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PublsSetoMar. Biol. ,21(3/4): 193-267, figs. 1-33, tables1-4. C. 1983a Calanoidcopepods of somescolecithricid genera Sars, G. O. The Copepodaof the Siboga Expedition. 1. Siboga Exped. , 69 pls. Sewell, R. B. S. XI, 1988 Albert 1• de Monaco. Camp. Scient. , 127pks. Bull. Br. Mus. Nat. Hist. , 24(1): 1-71, figs. 1-13, tables1-7. Park, T. S. le Prince Albert de Monaco. Oceanogr. Monaco,377: 1-20. Bull. Inst. 1904 1911 Notes on the Copepodaof the North Atlantic Sea and the Far'6e Channel. J. Mar. Biol.

Mandibularpalp about43% lengthof bladeincludingcoxa;endopod extendingbeyonddistalend of exopodby one-fifthits length. Maxillule(Figure 22a) with 11 spineson first, 2 spiniformsetaeon SEAS XXII setae: 2 each on first and second and 1 each on third to fifth segments. All long setaeof maxillipedbasisand endopodarmedwithhookedspinules. Last 3 outerspines moreor lessevenlyspaced. In second legexopod(Figure 22e), terminalspineof thirdsegment aboutas longas segmentitself. 1 timeslengthof segment itself.

Magnusdescribedabove. Fifth pair of legs (Figure 30b) also similarto that of E. austrinus,n. Secondsegmentwithoutan inner spine. Remarks. Euaugaptilusmagnus was originally describedvery briefly by Wolfenden [1904] from femalespecimens collectedfrom the FaeroeChannel. Subsequently,Wolfenden [1911] redescribedthe specieswith figures of habitus,antenna,mandible, maxillule, maxilliped,first leg, and fifth leg from specimens found in severallocationsin the tropical and temperateAtlantic. It has since been recorded widely in the Atlantic, Pacific, and Indian Ocean [Vervoort, 1957; Matthews, 1972].

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