ABSTRACT

In 2005, the EBISCO oceanographic campaign collected numerous large ostracods in the Coral Sea, off southwest New Caledonia. These ostracods belong to a new species, Azygocypridina brynmawria, and differ from the morphologically similar Azygocypridina lowryi in the color of the soft parts and details of the morphology of the second antenna, furca, and terminal tooth of the seventh limb, as determined by light microscopy and scanning electron microscopy (SEM). Included is a discussion of the unique color and locality of these organisms.

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