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  1. Calanus pavo (Dana) = Calocalanus pavo (Dana, 1852), male
  2. Clytemnestra scutellata (Dana) = Clytemnestra scutellata Dana, 1849, female
  3. Oncaea venusta (Philippi) = Oncaea venusta Philippi, 1843, male
  4. Cryptopontius thorelli (Giesbrecht) = Cryptopontius thorelli Giesbrecht, 1899, female
  5. Acontiophorus scutatus (Brady) = Acontiophorus scutatus (Brady & Robertson D., 1873), female
  6. Corycaeus venustus (Dana) = Corycaeus venustus Dana, 1849, female
  7. Sapphirina Darwinii (Haeckel) = Sapphirina darwini Haeckel, 1864, female
  8. Augaptilus filigerus (Giesbrecht) = Euaugaptilus filigerus (Claus, 1863), male

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Date 1904
Source Kunstformen der Natur (1904), plate 56: Copepoda (see here, here and here)
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