Nitocrella karanovici sp. n., adult male (A, B, C, D) and adult female (E, F, G, H, I, J): A urosomites 2–6 and caudal rami, ventral B left antennule with segments 3, 4, 6 and 7 shown separately and aesthetasc indicated by arrowhead, ventral C right leg 1 basis, anterior D right leg 5, ventral E terminal exopodal segment of right leg 1, anterior F terminal exopodal segment of left leg 3, anterior G terminal endopodal segment of left leg 3, anterior H same, anterior I basis and endopod of right leg 4, anterior J endopod of left leg 4, anterior. Scale bars: A 50 µm; B, I 25 µm; C, D, G, H, J 10 µm; E, F 20 µm.

  Part of: Tang D, Eberhard SM (2016) Two new species of Nitocrella (Crustacea, Copepoda, Harpacticoida) from groundwaters of northwestern Australia expand the geographic range of the genus in a global hotspot of subterranean biodiversity. Subterranean Biology 20: 51-76.