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Male pleopod 1 rectangular (more or less truncate), slightly longer than width of sympod. Copyright American Geophysical Union Antarctic Research Series Biology of the Antarctic Seas X SCHULTZ: Vol. 32 ASELLOTE ISOPOD CRUSTACEA 45 Fig. 20. Stenetrium inflectofrons n. : A, holotype male (ll mm l o n g ) ; B, male pleopods 1; C, male pleopod 2 (two views); D-F, pleopods 3-5,, respectively; G, peraeopod II with detail of dactylus; H, basis of male peraeopod I (same scale as G ) . Measurements. Holotype male, 5 mm long; allo type female, 5-5 mm long; paratype male, 4 mm long; five paratype females, from 3 to 5*5 mm long.
17, fig. 3 f ] . 35 Measurements. 2 mm long. Type locality. Lyttleton Harbour, New Zealand, shallow water. Affinities. The poorly described species was compared only with the generic definition of Has well [l88l]. Nierstrasz [ l 9 4 l ] and Hurley [l96l] simply included the species in a list. It and S_. glauerti Nicholls have different ornamentation on the lateral borders on the margins of the pleotel son, but the serrations are irregular in shape and size on S_. fractum Chilton and regularly serrate or sawtoothlike on S_.
Kussakin, 1967, p . 3 0 6 . Diagnosis. Dorsal view of coxal extensions on peraeonal segments I-IV unique. Copyright American Geophysical Union Antarctic Research Series Biology of the Antarctic Seas X Vol. 32 BIOLOGY OF THE ANTARCTIC SEAS X Fig. 12. 2 mm long); B, male peraeopod I; C-G, male pleopods 1-5, respectively; H, antenna 1; I, uropod; J, antenna 2 peduncle; K, labrum; ;L, hypopharynx. Copyright American Geophysical Union Antarctic Research Series Biology of the Antarctic Seas X SCHULTZ: Vol.