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Two species of Sabidius Strelzov, 1973 were collected during a benthic survey, from 10-3,000 m deep, in Espírito Santo Basin, off southeastern Brazilian coast. Those species are S. cornatus (Hartman, 1965) and S. antennatus sp. nov. The genus Sabidius was monotypic until the present study, in which a new species is proposed, together with a redescription of the type species, with expansion of the geographic distribution of the genus and of the type species. The diagnostic feature of the genusdoi:10.1371/journal.pone.0229717 pmid:32160225 fatcat:q6c7a6je55fkfotedv6gvko67u