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Discoconchoecia aff. elegans (Sars, 1865)
Discoconchoecia aff. elegans (Sars, 1865)
Description Female (left). Carapace: A, lateral; B, ventral; C, both valves outside: posterior dorsal coners. D, frontal organ and first antenna. E, other specimen: capitulum of frontal organ. Second antenna: F, protopodite and exopodite; G, endopodite. H, labrum. I, mandible. J, maxilla. K, fifth limb. L, sixth limb. M, seventh limb. N, caudal furca.
Male (right). Carapace: A, lateral; B, ventral; C, both valves outside: posterior dorsal coners. D, frontal organ and first antenna. E, other specimen: capitulum of frontal organ. F, first antenna: armature of e-seta. Second antenna: G, protopodite and exopodite; H, I, left and right endopodites; J, left hook appendage; K, setae of endopodite 2. L, labrum. M, mandible without coxale. N, maxilla. O, fifth limb. P, sixth limb. Q, seventh limb. R, copulatory appendage. S, caudal furca.
North Western Indian Ocean
In: Drapun, I & S.L. Smith (2012) Halocyprid ostracods of the Arabian Sea region: Plates 26, 27.
https://www.researchgate.net/publication/280559278_Halocyprid_Ostracods_of_the_Arabian_Sea_Region
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