Neosinocythere dekrooni   (Kingma,  1948) (Ostracod)
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Class: Ostracoda

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It is characterized by its subrhomboidal shape, posteroventral caudal process, with subcentral, posterodorsal, posteroventral, anteroventral and posterior tubercles and the fine and dense punctae on the entire surface.

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Habitat:  Coastal


• Palk Bay, Off Rameswaram (Lat: 9.25) (Long: 79.31) INDIA (Depth: 1-12 mts)
• Palk Bay, Off Rameswaram (Lat: 9.28) (Long: 79.58) INDIA (Depth: 1-12 mts)
• Andhra Pradesh Coast INDIA

Literature Source(s)
  • Verma, KU; Sunder, VVS and Naidu, TY (1993) Recent Ostracoda of the Tekkali creek, east coast of India Journal of the Geological Society of India 41(6) 551-560 Available at - NCL, Pune (ASFA Records 3)
  • Society for the Management of European Biodiversity Data (2009) World Register of Marine Species (WoRMS) Available at -
  • Sridhar, SGD; Hussain, SM; Kumar, V and Periakali, P (2002) Recent benthic ostracoda from Palk Bay, off Rameswaram, southeast coast of India Journal Of The Palaeontological Society Of India The Palaeontological Society Of India 47 17-39 Available at -
  • Hussain, SM; Ganesan, P; Ravi, G; Mohan, SP and Sridhar, SGD (2007) Distribution of Ostracoda in marine and marginal marine habitats off Tamil Nadu and adjoining areas, southern east coast of India and Andaman Islands: Environmental implications Indian Journal of Marine Sciences CSIR 36(4) 369-377 Available at -

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