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Species within the genera Hyarachna, Echinozone, Pseudarachna, and Aspidarachna, all within the kinfolk Hyarachnidae, are reviewed and significantly mentioned. A key to genera is gifted in addition to a desk of the species in every one genus from antarctic waters. The genus Echinozone is redefined on new specimens from Anvers Island. A precis of every species in Echinozone is integrated, and the genus is redefined. Pseudarachna is in brief mentioned, and a moment species is additional to the genus. within the kinfolk Janiridae, Notasellus and Austrofilius are introduced out of synonymy at the foundation of specimens from Anvers Island, and the species of Iathrippa and Neojaera are mentioned with a severe evaluate of every species. The genera Nostasellus and Austrofilius are redefined. Ectias is redefined on specimens of the sort species from Anvers Island, and a species from South Africa is additional to the genus. Maps of the distribution of the various species are integrated.
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Austrofilius furcatus Hodgson, 1910. 8 mm long; B, antenna 1; C, basis antenna 2; D, left mandible; E, right mandible; F, female operculate pleopod; G, male peraeopod I; H, male peraeopod II; I, maxilliped; J, uropod; K, male pleopod 1; L, male pleopod 2; M, male pleopod 3. Copyright American Geophysical Union Antarctic Research Series Biology of the Antarctic Seas VI Vol. 26 SCHULTZ: ANTARCTIC ASELLOTE ISOPODA Fig. 10. Austrofilius 29 furcatus Hodgson, 1910. A, male peraeopod VII; B, female peraeopod I; C, female peraeopod VII.
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