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Published: 2019-11-28
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Galeatylinae, a new subfamily of Atylidae for Galeatylus coripes, new genus and species, from the Bass Strait, south-eastern Australia (Amphipoda, Dexaminoidea)

Natural History Museum of Denmark, (Zoological Museum), University of Copenhagen, Universitetsparken 15, DK-2100, Copenhagen, Denmark.
Crustacea Amphilochoidea Atylidae Galeatylinae subfam. nov. Galeatylus gen. nov. G. coripes sp. nov. Bass Strait Australia


Galeatylinae, a new subfamily in the Atylidae, for Galeatylus coripes new genus and species, is reported from the Bass Strait in the south-east of Australia. This is the first record of the Atylidae from Australia.



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