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Taku Spinosocarinatus (Fukuda, 1909): First Record of a Takuid Stomatopod from Taiwan

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[Four specimens of a small-sized stomatopod, Taku spinosocarinatus (Fukuda, 1909), belonging to the family Takuidae Manning, 1995, were collected from intertidal dead coral rocks in southern Taiwan. This is the first record of this interesting cryptic stomatopod from Taiwan, and it is also the first record of the family from the island. Quatre spécimens du petit stomatopode, Taku spinosocarinatus (Fukuda, 1909), appartenant à la famille des Takuidae Manning, 1995, ont été collectés dans les rochers de coraux morts de la zone intertidale au sud de Taiwan. C'est le premier signalement de cet intéressant stomatopode cryptique à Taiwan et c'est également la première fois que l'on mentionne de cette île la présence de cette famille., Four specimens of a small-sized stomatopod, Taku spinosocarinatus (Fukuda, 1909), belonging to the family Takuidae Manning, 1995, were collected from intertidal dead coral rocks in southern Taiwan. This is the first record of this interesting cryptic stomatopod from Taiwan, and it is also the first record of the family from the island. Quatre spécimens du petit stomatopode, Taku spinosocarinatus (Fukuda, 1909), appartenant à la famille des Takuidae Manning, 1995, ont été collectés dans les rochers de coraux morts de la zone intertidale au sud de Taiwan. C'est le premier signalement de cet intéressant stomatopode cryptique à Taiwan et c'est également la première fois que l'on mentionne de cette île la présence de cette famille.]

Affiliations: 1: Department of Science Application and Dissemination, National Taichung University, Taichung, Taiwan 403, R.O.C.; 2: Department of Life Sciences, National Chung Hsing University, Taichung, Taiwan 402, R.O.C.;, Email: pwhsueh@dragon.nchu.edu.tw

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2016-08-25

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