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First record of Thermosbaenacea (Crustacea) from the Southern Hemisphere: a new species from a cave in tropical Western Australia

GCB Poore and WF Humphreys

Invertebrate Taxonomy 6(3) 719 - 725
Published: 1992

Abstract

The crustacean order Thermosbaenacea is reported for the first time from the Southern Hemisphere, from almost fresh water in a cave habitat in tropical Western Australia. Halosbaena tulki, sp. nov. belongs to a genus previously known only from saline waters in the West Indies, Columbia and Canary Is. The discovery is consistent with a very ancient origin of the order and distribution of the genus by plate movements following the breakup of Pangaea.



Full text doi:10.1071/IT9920719

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