Some New Zealand Parasitic Copepoda of the Family Anthosomidae
On Lamna nasus: from Cook Strait, 20 females and one juvenile female, nine males and one juvenile male, collected by the author, 23 August, 1960; no data, 17 females and eight males, Dominion Museum collection; from between Cape Campbell and Kaikoura, 11 females and five males, collected by A. Dickinson, 21 November, 1963, Dominion Museum Collection; from Kaikoura, five females, one juvenile female and one male, collected by R. Baxter, 30 November, 1955; from Napier (?; label damaged), two females, three males and one juvenile male, collected by A. Hamilton, — November, 1837, Otago Museum collection, deposited by G. M. Thomson, 1910.
On Isurus oxyrinchus: from Bay of Islands, three females and two males, Dominion Museum collection, 14 March, 1957; from Paraparaumu, one female and four males, collected by J. M. Moreland, 23 April, 1953, Dominion Museum collection; from Makara, one juvenile male, collected by J. Garrick, 29 June, 1955; from Marnoo Bank, four females collected by the Fisheries Laboratory, Marine Department, 30 November, 1964; from Kaikoura, four females, collected by T. Garbes, forwarded by Dr. J. Bradford, 23 April, 1964.
On Carcharodon carcharias: from Chatham Is., two females, collected by F. Abernethy, 1 August, 1949, Dominion Museum collection; from South Bay, Kaikoura, one female, collected by H. G. Upston, forwarded by Dr. J. Bradford, 9 January, 1965.
On Galeorhinus galeus: from Tory Channel Whaling Station, 21 females and seven males, collected by J. Garrick, 1955.