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Higgins, R. P.; Korczynski, R. E. (1989). Two new species of Pycnophyes (Homalorhagida, Kinorhyncha) from the Canadian coast of the Beaufort Sea. Canadian Journal of Zoology. 67: 2056-2064.
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Higgins, R. P.; Korczynski, R. E.
1989
Two new species of Pycnophyes (Homalorhagida, Kinorhyncha) from the Canadian coast of the Beaufort Sea
Canadian Journal of Zoology
67: 2056-2064
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Holotype NMC NMCI 1988-0380, geounit Northwest Territories, identified as Pycnophyes borealis Higgins & Korczynski, 1989
Paratype NMC NMCI 1988-0382, geounit Northwest Territories, identified as Pycnophyes borealis Higgins & Korczynski, 1989
Paratype NMC NMCI 1988-0383, NMCI 1988-0386, geounit Northwest Territories, identified as Pycnophyes borealis Higgins & Korczynski, 1989
Paratype NMC NMCI 1988-0384, NMCI 1988-0385, NMCI 1988-3087, geounit Northwest Territories, identified as Pycnophyes borealis Higgins & Korczynski, 1989
Holotype NMC NMCI 1988-0387, geounit Northwest Territories, identified as Pycnophyes canadensis Higgins & Korczynski, 1989
Allotype USNM 234013, geounit Northwest Territories, identified as Pycnophyes canadensis Higgins & Korczynski, 1989
Paratype USNM 234014, 234015, geounit Northwest Territories, identified as Pycnophyes borealis Higgins & Korczynski, 1989
Paratype USNM 234016, geounit Northwest Territories, identified as Pycnophyes borealis Higgins & Korczynski, 1989
Paratype USNM 234017, geounit Northwest Territories, identified as Pycnophyes borealis Higgins & Korczynski, 1989
 Etymology

[The species name was derived from Latin boreale, northern part, and referred to the original description of the ... [details]

 Etymology

[The name of the species referred to its original description from a location in Canada.] [details]

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