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Kabatarina pattersoni, a Fossil Parasitic Copepod (Dichelesthiidae) from a Lower Cretaceous Fish
Roger Cressey and Geoffrey Boxshall
Vol. 35, No. 2 (1989), pp. 150-167
Published by: The Micropaleontology Project., Inc.
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/1485466
Page Count: 18
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Thirteen fragments of a fossil parasitic copepod have been recovered from two specimens of the fossil teleost fish, Cladocyclus gardneri, from the Santana Formation in Brazil. The fossil fragments are preserved in the round and represent both sexes of a primitive species of the family Dichelesthiidae, related to the modern genera Anthosoma and Dichelesthium.
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