Three species of Amphipoda are recorded from interstices of a marine beach on the island of Santiago, Cape Verde Archipelago: Cabogidiella littoralis n. gen., n. sp. (Bogidiellidae), Psammogammarus spinosus n. sp. (Melitidae), and Idunella sketi Karaman, 1980 (Liljeborgiidae). The latter, widely distributed species (West Indies, Canary Islands), is new to the Cape Verde Islands. Furthermore, an isopod is described from the same locality, Caecostenetroides mixtum n. sp. (Gnathostenetroididae).

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Stock, J.H, & Vonk, Ronald. (1992). Marine interstitial Amphipoda and Isopoda (Crustacea) from Santiago, Cape Verde Islands. Bijdragen tot de dierkunde, 62(1), 21–36.