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Published via the yank Geophysical Union as a part of the Antarctic study Series.
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Perhaps the species is not rare but is o n l y taken from rarely collected localities and depths. Diagnosis. 5 times propodal length. Remarks. Fry and Hedgpeth [ 1 9 6 9 , p. 124] g i v e a g o o d summary and comparison o f their n e w species with A. 91, its nearest morphological relation. T h e y fail to mention the cement glands o f this species, for g o o d reason. These are not conspicuous and I failed to find any evidence o f the gland pores o n Fry and Hedgpeth's male holotype specimen.
U C D a v i s - S O S C : L 8 0 (one j u v e n i l e ) . Remarks. This material is too y o u n g for determina tion. Genus Cilunculus Caiman (one 3-TR 5 (four specimens). Distribution. This species is k n o w n from several East Antarctica localities at 5 3 ° E , 6 7 ° E , 9 2 ° E , and about 1 4 0 ° E , also in the R o s s Sea, and at South Georgia Island, in 5 0 - 2 0 9 m. T h e above records tend 33 L o m a n , 1908 Only three species o f this genus have been taken from Antarctic and Subantarctic waters: Cilunculus acanthus Fry and Hedgpeth, 1 9 6 9 ; C.
Cooki Child Trunk less than 5 mm in length; chelifore scape 1segmented; ocular tubercle placed well anterior to Copyright American Geophysical Union Antarctic Research Series B I O L O G Y OF THE A N T A R C T I C S E A S XXIII 30 2. Vol. 63 oviger insertion; oviger denticulate spines in one or two rows only, terminal claw half length of its segment or longer 2 Large tubercles dorsal to chelifore insertion; ocular tubercle placed well posterior to cephalic segment anterior rim; abdomen very short, carried at ventral oblique angle; proboscis with marked proximal con striction, and marked distal taper; legs almost gla brous A.
Antarctic and Subantarctic Pycnogonida: Ammotheidae and Austrodecidae by C. Allan Child