New species of deep-sea isopod discovered off Kollam named after ISRO

New species of deep-sea isopod discovered off Kollam named after ISRO

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Category : Science and Tech Published on: March 26 2024

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  • Researchers have named a new species of deep-sea isopod discovered off the Kollam coast after the Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO).
  • Small fish-parasitic crustaceans of the Brucethoa species, a marine fish were recovered from the base of the gill cavity of Spinyjaw greeneye.
  • Researchers named the species after the Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) to honor its successful space missions, including Chandrayaan-3.
  • The discovery was published in the journal Systematic Parasitology.
  • Brucethoa isro adds to the biodiversity of marine life in the Kollam coastal region.
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