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Brodsky, 1959

Females: Posterior corners of Pr rounded; 2.60-3.59 mm. In practice Calanus agulhensis De Decker, Kaczmaruk and Marska, 1991 and Calanus australis Brodsky, 1959 are very difficult to distinguish, as previously mentioned (Bradford-Grieve, 1994). More characters can be accessed by backtracking the key:
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Males: Right P5 Exp extends more than half way along left Exp2; right P5 about 1.5-1.6 times shorter than left P5; 2.90-3.47 mm. More characters can be accessed by backtracking the key:
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In practice Calanus agulhensis De Decker, Kaczmaruk and Marska, 1991 and Calanus australis Brodsky, 1959 are very difficult to distinguish, as previously mentioned (Bradford-Grieve, 1994).

Calanus australis