. Bulletin - United States National Museum. Science. 18 BULLETIN 2 01, UNITED STATES NATIONAL MUSEUM 1902; Albatross stations 2418, 1 female with young in brood pouch, 18 mm.; 2314*, 2399*, 2401*, 2403*, 2601, 2602*. Bahama Islands: Bache station 10209, March 22, 1914, north of Bahama Bank, latitude 27°57' N., longitude 78° 15' W., 100-0 m., 1 immature specimen. All the material denoted by an asterisk was examined by Ortmann (1906) and referred to L. ty pious. I believe it should all be considered this new species.. Figure 1.—Antennal scales of various species of Lophogaster: a, Lophogaster am

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. Bulletin - United States National Museum. Science. 18 BULLETIN 2 01, UNITED STATES NATIONAL MUSEUM 1902; Albatross stations 2418, 1 female with young in brood pouch, 18 mm.; 2314*, 2399*, 2401*, 2403*, 2601, 2602*. Bahama Islands: Bache station 10209, March 22, 1914, north of Bahama Bank, latitude 27°57' N., longitude 78° 15' W., 100-0 m., 1 immature specimen. All the material denoted by an asterisk was examined by Ortmann (1906) and referred to L. ty pious. I believe it should all be considered this new species.. Figure 1.—Antennal scales of various species of Lophogaster: a, Lophogaster am
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. Bulletin - United States National Museum. Science. 18 BULLETIN 2 01, UNITED STATES NATIONAL MUSEUM 1902; Albatross stations 2418, 1 female with young in brood pouch, 18 mm.; 2314*, 2399*, 2401*, 2403*, 2601, 2602*. Bahama Islands: Bache station 10209, March 22, 1914, north of Bahama Bank, latitude 27°57' N., longitude 78° 15' W., 100-0 m., 1 immature specimen. All the material denoted by an asterisk was examined by Ortmann (1906) and referred to L. ty pious. I believe it should all be considered this new species.. Figure 1.—Antennal scales of various species of Lophogaster: a, Lophogaster americanus, new species, type, X 22){; b, L. japonicus, new species, X 20; c, L. intermedins Hansen ? , X 22}i; d, Lophogaster sp. ?, Albatross station 4891, X 22>i {A and J,"rotundate" type;. b and c, "elongate" type.) Distribution.—Off the east coast of North America from Massa- chusetts to the Gulf of Mexico. Remarks.—This species may be distinguished from L. typicus by the absence of tubercles on the carapace and their replacement by a. Please note that these images are extracted from scanned page images that may have been digitally enhanced for readability - coloration and appearance of these illustrations may not perfectly resemble the original work.. United States National Museum; Smithsonian Institution; United States. Dept. of the Interior. Washington : Smithsonian Institution Press, [etc. ]; for sale by the Supt. of Docs. , U. S. Govt Print. Off.

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