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Antarctica, but Very second seta on basal segment 2 longer, almost 1/4 the length of the large curved seta (Figure 11F). ) Al- E. AUSTRINA 13. folds 2. most Fig. anterolateral Mandible' 0 [-I E. TYCODESMA • since decorated. Antenna 1' Barely reaching the posterior edge of metasome when pressed closely against the sides of the body. Antenna 2' Like that of •. ,, 0 43 of Euchaeta tycodesma, and •. austrina. E. from show stations where no adults of the three species were found. RSSW, Ross Sea Shelf Water, CDW, Circumpolar Deep Water.
Elongata Esterly and •. japonica Marukawa from the North Pacific. The disparity of the "intermediate" species may be the result of attempting to combine female mouthparts with the male reproductive Park  has described the general anatomy of the calanoid female genital segment. The terminology for parts of the genital segment I have taken from Heptner ' it has already been adopted by Bradford . When the species are grouped by using the female genital segment (described by With  and Heptner [1968' 1971], along with the male fifth legs, relationships are more easily seen.
Copepodites were present in nearly all of these samples, but their presence was 80 ø 70 ø 60 ø For explanation not noted, 50 ø of inset, because species not be certain. The size of the net 40 ø see Figure identification 2. could for the cod end of the midwater trawl was either no. 366-mm mesh) or no. 569-mm mesh). The collections 30 BIOLOGY OF THE ANTARCTIC SEAS XIX 150øW 80os160øW 170øW180 ø 170øE160øE80Os ROSS ICE SHELF 984/98 150øW + 2066 ! 2102 20816_t_21 CDW208(•_j. 1899 RSSW• 2094X•839 2078•.