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1956 Claus, Studies on the development and the systematics of Copepoda (in Japanese). J. Shimonoseki Coil. , •'1-90. , 37 pls. Wilhelm Engelmann, Leipzig. Dana, 1853 J. Von D. Crustacea. S. N. 13'1019-1262, pls. 70-88. Philadelphia. J. The fauna of the Ross Sea. 8. Pelagic Copepoda. Bull. N. Z. Dep. Scient. Ind. , 206:9-31, figs. 1-127, 23 Farran, 1908 1972 1926 G. P. Second report on the Copepoda of the Irish Atlantic slope. Scient. Invest. Fish. , 11 pls. S. Research, 1900. 14. The Copepoda. J.
Park, 1978, pp. 220-224, figs. 77-79. Pareuchaeta antarctica; Farran 1929, p. 238. Paraeuchaeta antarctica; Bradford, 1981, pp. 391-402, figs. , 1983, pp. 25, 27, 28, fig. , 1963, p. 7, figs. 2a-2d. Material examined. Females, 2,171; males, 448. Occurrences of this species are listed in field is lobe more rounded, extended posteriorly to join posterior wall of genital field. Genital valve almost square, posterior margin and sides smoothly rounded (Figures 3B and 3D). Central structure much enlarged and thickened ventrally; in lateral view it can be seen as a projection, bulging out between the genital pads (Figure 3E).