NEROCILA MILESENSIS N. SP. (ISOPODA: CYMOTHOIDAE) PARASITIC ON DEVIL FIREFISH PTEROIS MILES (BENNETT, 1828) FROM THE SOUTH AEGEAN SEA, TURKEY


Oktener A., Tuncer S., Trilles J. P.

VIE ET MILIEU-LIFE AND ENVIRONMENT, cilt.70, sa.1, ss.7-17, 2020 (SCI İndekslerine Giren Dergi) identifier

  • Cilt numarası: 70 Konu: 1
  • Basım Tarihi: 2020
  • Dergi Adı: VIE ET MILIEU-LIFE AND ENVIRONMENT
  • Sayfa Sayıları: ss.7-17

Özet

Nerocila milesensis n. sp is described from the Devil firefish, Pterois miles (Bennett, 1828) (Scorpaeniformes; Scorpaenidae), a lessepsian fish, in the South Aegean Sea along the coasts of Turkey. The new species is distinguished from its two congeners native to Mediterranean, Nerocila orbignyi (Guerin-Meneville, 1832), Nerocila bivittata (Risso, 1816) and one congener native to Atlantic and Pacific Ocean, Nerocila acuminata Schitklte & Meinert, 1881 by having pereonites 5-7 mostly gradually extended to posterior than others; pereonite longest/shortest; visibility of coxae in dorsal view; proportion of pleotelson length-width; number of setae on maxilliped; number of setae on articles of mandible; number of spine on pereopod 7; endopod and exopod length of uropod.