Centropages tenuiremis   Thompson I.C. & Scott A.,  1903 (Copepod)
Organism information awaits expert curation
Taxonomy
Kingdom:Animalia
Phylum:Arthropoda
Class: Maxillopoda
Order:Calanoida
Family:Centropagidae

Description
Size (male): 1.428-1.80 mm (female): 1.710-2.00 mm.

Forehead rather protruded; postero-lateral angles of the last thoracic somite projecting into the spinal process; genital somite of the female with a hook-like process on ventral surface; posterior side of the second endopod of the right fifth leg in the female hairy, exopod of the right fifth leg two-segmented, inner margin of first exopod with a stout spinal process, extending backward, and bearing fine teeth; exopod of the right fifth leg in the male three-segmented, the spinal process stretching from middle portion of the inner margin of the second exopod to form a chela with the third exopod.



Synonym (s)
Centropages tenuiremis Thompson and A. Scott, 1903
Centropages arabicus Cleve, 1903
Centropages tenuiremis Sewell, 1912
Centropages tenuiremis Sewell, 1914
Centropages tenuiremis Thompson & Scott, 1903
(Senior synonym)

Common Name (s)
Economic Importance and Threats

Ecology
Habitat:  Pelagic, Demersal, Estuarine, Coastal

Biogeography


• Kerala, Off Trivandrum Coast INDIA
• Maharashtra, Mumbai Harbour (Lat: 13.18) (Long: 80.38) INDIA
• Maharashtra, Bassein Creek INDIA
• Maharashtra, Mumbai Harbour INDIA
• Maharashtra, Thane Creek INDIA
• Arabian Sea
• Bay of Bengal
• Orissa, Off Puri INDIA
• Andhra Pradesh, Vishakhapatnam INDIA
• Goa, Zuari Estuary INDIA
• Goa, Off Aguada INDIA (Depth: 5 mts)
• Orissa, Burhabalanga Estuary (Lat: 21.45) (Long: 87.06) INDIA (Record: 10/1991-08/1992)
• Southwest Coast INDIA (Record: 17/06/1987-10/07/1987)
• Arabian Sea (Lat: 16) (Long: 62) INDIA (Record: 12/09/1991-23/09/1991) (Depth: 200-500 mts)
• Arabian Sea (Lat: 23) (Long: 73) INDIA (Record: 12/09/1991-23/09/1991) (Depth: 200-500 mts)
• Maharashtra, Mumbai Harbour (Lat: 18.70) (Long: 72.85) INDIA (Record: 09/1984-11/1985) (Depth: 2.5-14 mts)
• Maharashtra, Dharamtar Creek (Lat: 18.86) (Long: 73.02) INDIA (Record: 09/1984-11/1985) (Depth: 2.5-14 mts)
• West Coast (Lat: 15) (Long: 69) INDIA (Record: 12/09/1986-26/09/1986)
• West Coast (Lat: 19) (Long: 73) INDIA (Record: 12/09/1986-26/09/1986)
• Andhra Pradesh, Lawsons Bay INDIA
• Goa, Mandovi and Zuari Estuary INDIA

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