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Cirolana songkhla, a new species of brackish-water cirolanid isopod (Crustacea, Isopoda, Cirolanidae) from the lower Gulf of Thailand.

Rodcharoen E, Bruce NL, Pholpunthin P - Zookeys (2014)

Bottom Line: Cirolana songkhla sp. n. was collected from brackish-water habitats including lagoons and estuaries in the coastal zone of the lower Gulf of Thailand.C. songkhla sp. n. is described and fully illustrated; C. songkhla sp. n. can be recognized by the presence of abundant chromatophores dorsally, lack of ornamentation on the posterior pereonites, pleonites and pleotelson, the number of robust setae on the uropodal and pleotelson margins (uropod exopod lateral margin with 12-14 RS, mesial margin with 5-8 RS; endopod lateral margin with 8-10 RS, mesial margin with 11-13 RS; pleotelson with 12-15 RS) and lack of setae on the endopods of pleopods 3-5.A dichotomous key of brackish Cirolana species in Thailand is given.

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Affiliation: Department of Biology, Faculty of Science, Prince of Songkla University, Hat Yai, Songkhla, Thailand 90112.

ABSTRACT
Cirolana songkhla sp. n. was collected from brackish-water habitats including lagoons and estuaries in the coastal zone of the lower Gulf of Thailand. C. songkhla sp. n. is described and fully illustrated; C. songkhla sp. n. can be recognized by the presence of abundant chromatophores dorsally, lack of ornamentation on the posterior pereonites, pleonites and pleotelson, the number of robust setae on the uropodal and pleotelson margins (uropod exopod lateral margin with 12-14 RS, mesial margin with 5-8 RS; endopod lateral margin with 8-10 RS, mesial margin with 11-13 RS; pleotelson with 12-15 RS) and lack of setae on the endopods of pleopods 3-5. A dichotomous key of brackish Cirolana species in Thailand is given.

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Cirolana songkhla sp. n., male paratype (PSUZC-CR0281-2) (11.2 mm) (A–F), ovigerous female (PSUZC-CR0281-2) (8.7 mm) (G). A uropod B uropod exopod apex C uropod endopod apex D uropod exopod E pleotelson F detail of pleotelson apex G oostegite 4.
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Figure 6: Cirolana songkhla sp. n., male paratype (PSUZC-CR0281-2) (11.2 mm) (A–F), ovigerous female (PSUZC-CR0281-2) (8.7 mm) (G). A uropod B uropod exopod apex C uropod endopod apex D uropod exopod E pleotelson F detail of pleotelson apex G oostegite 4.

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Cirolana songkhla, a new species of brackish-water cirolanid isopod (Crustacea, Isopoda, Cirolanidae) from the lower Gulf of Thailand.

Rodcharoen E, Bruce NL, Pholpunthin P - Zookeys (2014)

Cirolana songkhla sp. n., male paratype (PSUZC-CR0281-2) (11.2 mm) (A–F), ovigerous female (PSUZC-CR0281-2) (8.7 mm) (G). A uropod B uropod exopod apex C uropod endopod apex D uropod exopod E pleotelson F detail of pleotelson apex G oostegite 4.
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Figure 6: Cirolana songkhla sp. n., male paratype (PSUZC-CR0281-2) (11.2 mm) (A–F), ovigerous female (PSUZC-CR0281-2) (8.7 mm) (G). A uropod B uropod exopod apex C uropod endopod apex D uropod exopod E pleotelson F detail of pleotelson apex G oostegite 4.
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Bottom Line: Cirolana songkhla sp. n. was collected from brackish-water habitats including lagoons and estuaries in the coastal zone of the lower Gulf of Thailand.C. songkhla sp. n. is described and fully illustrated; C. songkhla sp. n. can be recognized by the presence of abundant chromatophores dorsally, lack of ornamentation on the posterior pereonites, pleonites and pleotelson, the number of robust setae on the uropodal and pleotelson margins (uropod exopod lateral margin with 12-14 RS, mesial margin with 5-8 RS; endopod lateral margin with 8-10 RS, mesial margin with 11-13 RS; pleotelson with 12-15 RS) and lack of setae on the endopods of pleopods 3-5.A dichotomous key of brackish Cirolana species in Thailand is given.

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Affiliation: Department of Biology, Faculty of Science, Prince of Songkla University, Hat Yai, Songkhla, Thailand 90112.

ABSTRACT
Cirolana songkhla sp. n. was collected from brackish-water habitats including lagoons and estuaries in the coastal zone of the lower Gulf of Thailand. C. songkhla sp. n. is described and fully illustrated; C. songkhla sp. n. can be recognized by the presence of abundant chromatophores dorsally, lack of ornamentation on the posterior pereonites, pleonites and pleotelson, the number of robust setae on the uropodal and pleotelson margins (uropod exopod lateral margin with 12-14 RS, mesial margin with 5-8 RS; endopod lateral margin with 8-10 RS, mesial margin with 11-13 RS; pleotelson with 12-15 RS) and lack of setae on the endopods of pleopods 3-5. A dichotomous key of brackish Cirolana species in Thailand is given.

No MeSH data available.