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Except Agathotanaidae, all known families of the suborder are represented. 2'W, 135-137 m; 13 males + 100 females + 8 neuters + 5 fragments, USNM222916, cruise 715, Sta. ); 4 fe- based on that of Sieg and Winn . Within Tanaidomorpha,sexual dimorphismis strongly developed, resulting sometimesin strangelooking males. For this reason information on Sta. 8'W, 303-358 m; 1 female, USNM in the key. neuter, USNM 222909, cruise 715, Sta. 1'W, no depth information; 6 females, USNM222901, tive males + 5 neuters, USNM222910, cruise 715, 222908, cruise 715, Sta.
5 times broader than long, anterior edges strongly prominent; sixth peraeonite clearly necked, anterior and posterior edges less strongly pointed, lateral margin (as in all foregoing ones) with several setae. Pleonites: Five tergites dorsally visible, all of nearly same size, about than long, with a few (three setae on edges of pleurites. Antenna ! (Figure 11): 4 times or four) broader pinnate Consisting of SYSTEMATICS 2• TANAIDACEA OF THE ANTARCTIC AND SUBANTARCTIC Mx 1 Fig. 9. Apseudidae SYSTEMATICS 25 Uro PI / Fig.
3 times longer than wide and merus nearly as long as broad. 3 but armament different; basis with three broad, with two rows of four and three plumose seta; axelike, with one small distal outer seta and eight plumose setae distally; endite small, without couplers, with an inner row of four plumose setae, distally with two plumose setae ral seta; sternal of propodus with two spines, tergal with one feathered hair at midlength and four pinnate spines distally; dactylus with three small spinelike structures.