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Day, J. (1975). South African Cumacea. Part I.:Family Bodotriidae, Subfamily Vaunthompsoniinae. Annals of the South African Museum. 66(9): 177-220.
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Day, J.
1975
South African Cumacea. Part I.:Family Bodotriidae, Subfamily Vaunthompsoniinae.
Annals of the South African Museum
66(9): 177-220
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Ant'Phipoda Literature database
Nine species of the southern African members of Bodotriidae are described, three of which are new and two newly designated sub species. The general distribution of the subfamily Vaunthompsoniinae is discussed and a more detailed account is given of the distribution of its southern African members. The subfamily in southern African waters has a high rate of endemism and a high diversity, but a very low frequency of occurrence.
South Africa
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Bathycuma capense (Zimmer, 1921) (additional source)
Bathycuma natalense Stebbing, 1912 (additional source)
Hypocuma dentatum Day, 1975 (original description)
Pseudosympodomma africanum (Stebbing, 1912) (additional source)
Vaunthompsonia cristata Bate, 1858 (additional source)
South Africa (country) for Bathycuma capense (Zimmer, 1921) 
South Africa (country) for Bathycuma natalense Stebbing, 1912 
South Africa (country) for Hypocuma dentatum Day, 1975 
South Africa (country) for Pseudosympodomma africanum (Stebbing, 1912) 
South Africa (country) for Vaunthompsonia cristata Bate, 1858 
 Distribution

Endemic to the south-western coast of South Africa. [details]

 Remark

Is a new combination by Day, 1975; Holotype designated by Fage (1924) as Heterocuma intermedia <250>. [details]

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