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Ho, J.S. (1984). Copepoda associated with sponges, cnidarians and tunicates of the Sea of Japan. Rep. Sado mar. biol. Stn Niigata Univ. 14: 23-61.
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Ho, J.S.
1984
Copepoda associated with sponges, cnidarians, and tunicates of the Sea of Japan.
Report of the Sado Marine Biological Station, Niigata University
14:23-61, figs. 1-24. (iii-1984)
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Seven species of Copepoda are reported in association with their invertebrate hosts. They are: (1) Doropygus pinguis (Ooishi) from three species of tunicates, Polycarpa cryptocarpa kuroboja (Oka), Halocynthia roretzi (von Darsche), and Halocynthia hilgendorfi f. ritteri Oka; (2) Doropygus brevipes sp. nov. from a tunicate, Polycarpa cryptocarpa kuroboja )Oka); (3) Bonnierilla mollia sp. nov. from two species of tunicates, Polycarpa cryptocarpa kuroboja (Oka) and Halocynthia hilgendorfi f. ritteri Oka; (4) Oncaea venusta Philippi from a hydroid; Solanderia secunda (Inaba); (5) Enalcyonium digitigerum sp. nov. from an alcyonacean anthozoa, Bellonella rizida Putter; (6) Asterocheres aesthetes sp. nov. from a sponge, Spirastrella insignis Thiele: and (7) Pteroportius decorus sp. nov. from another sponge, Syphaciliata (Fabricius). While O. venusta is considered as a demersal plankton, E. digitigerum is reported as a true internal parasite. This is the first report on the copepod associates of sponges from the Pacific region. Descriptors: SOLANDERIA SECUNDA figs. 1-24. (iii.1984).
The World Of Copepods (T. Chad Walter)
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Asterocheres aesthetes Ho, 1984 (original description)
Bonnierilla mollia Ho, 1984 (original description)
Doropygus brevipes Ho, 1984 (original description)
Enalcyonium digitigerum Ho, 1984 (original description)
Pteropontius decorus Ho, 1984 (original description)