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Callianassoidea from the Gulf of Tonkin and the Red Sea, in the Zoological Museum of Moscow University (Decapoda, Thalassinidea)

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[Within the new classification of the superfamily Callianassoidea (cf. Sakai, 2010), six genera, including two new genera, with 13 species, including 7 new species and a previously reported form named herein as a new species, all based on material from the Gulf of Tonkin and the Red Sea, are examined in the present paper. In the Callianassidae Dana, 1852, subfamily Callianassinae, the genus Cheramus Bate, 1888 sensu Sakai (2010) includes C. anoplourus (Sakai, 2002) and C. malaccaensis (Sakai, 2002); the genus Notiax Manning & Felder, 1991 sensu Sakai (2010) includes N. bicauda sp. nov.; and the genus Trypaea Dana, 1852 sensu Sakai (2010) includes T. andamaniensis sp. nov., T. kovalewski sp. nov., T. spinoculata Sakai, 2005b, T. spinorostra sp. nov., T. tonkinae (Grebenjuk, 1975), and T. vietnamensis sp. nov. In the subfamily Callichirinae Manning & Felder, 1991 the genus Callichiropsis gen. nov., is established based on the type species Callichiropsis spiridonovi sp. nov. In the second family, Gourretiidae Sakai, 1999, the genus Paragourretia Sakai, 2004 includes P. zarenkovi sp. nov. and Paragourretia sp., and in the third family here examined, Micheleidae Sakai, 1992, the genus Micheleopsis gen. nov. is established on the basis of the type species Micheleopsis orlik sp. nov. Im Rahmen der neuen Klassifikation der Überfamilie Callianassoidea (cf. Sakai, 2010) und auf der Basis von Material aus dem Golf von Tonkin und dem Roten Meer werden hier sechs Gattungen, davon 2 neue, mit 13 Arten, davon 7 neue, und eine schon bekannte Form untersucht, die hier als neue Art benannt wird. In den Callianassidae Dana, 1852, Unterfamilie Callianassinae, umfasst die Gattung Cheramus Bate, 1888 sensu Sakai (2010) die Arten C. anoplourus (Sakai, 2002) und C. malaccaensis (Sakai, 2002), die Gattung Notiax Manning & Felder, 1991 sensu Sakai (2010) die Art N. bicauda sp. nov. und die Gattung Trypaea Dana, 1832 sensu Sakai (2010) die Arten T. andamaniensis sp. nov., T. kovalewski sp. nov., T. spinoculata Sakai, 2005b, T. spinorostra sp. nov., T. tonkinae (Grebenjuk, 1975) und T. vietnamensis sp. nov. In der Unterfamilie Callichirinae Manning & Felder, 1991 wird die Gattung Callichiropsis gen. nov. auf der Basis der Typusart Callichiropsis spiridonovi sp. nov. errichtet. In der Familie Gourretiidae Sakai, 1999 umfasst die Gattung Paragourretia Sakai, 2004 die Arten P. zarenkovi sp. nov. und Paragourretia sp. In der Familie Micheleidae Sakai, 1992 wird die Gattung Micheleopsis gen. nov. auf der Basis der Typusart Micheleopsis orlik sp. nov. errichtet., Within the new classification of the superfamily Callianassoidea (cf. Sakai, 2010), six genera, including two new genera, with 13 species, including 7 new species and a previously reported form named herein as a new species, all based on material from the Gulf of Tonkin and the Red Sea, are examined in the present paper. In the Callianassidae Dana, 1852, subfamily Callianassinae, the genus Cheramus Bate, 1888 sensu Sakai (2010) includes C. anoplourus (Sakai, 2002) and C. malaccaensis (Sakai, 2002); the genus Notiax Manning & Felder, 1991 sensu Sakai (2010) includes N. bicauda sp. nov.; and the genus Trypaea Dana, 1852 sensu Sakai (2010) includes T. andamaniensis sp. nov., T. kovalewski sp. nov., T. spinoculata Sakai, 2005b, T. spinorostra sp. nov., T. tonkinae (Grebenjuk, 1975), and T. vietnamensis sp. nov. In the subfamily Callichirinae Manning & Felder, 1991 the genus Callichiropsis gen. nov., is established based on the type species Callichiropsis spiridonovi sp. nov. In the second family, Gourretiidae Sakai, 1999, the genus Paragourretia Sakai, 2004 includes P. zarenkovi sp. nov. and Paragourretia sp., and in the third family here examined, Micheleidae Sakai, 1992, the genus Micheleopsis gen. nov. is established on the basis of the type species Micheleopsis orlik sp. nov. Im Rahmen der neuen Klassifikation der Überfamilie Callianassoidea (cf. Sakai, 2010) und auf der Basis von Material aus dem Golf von Tonkin und dem Roten Meer werden hier sechs Gattungen, davon 2 neue, mit 13 Arten, davon 7 neue, und eine schon bekannte Form untersucht, die hier als neue Art benannt wird. In den Callianassidae Dana, 1852, Unterfamilie Callianassinae, umfasst die Gattung Cheramus Bate, 1888 sensu Sakai (2010) die Arten C. anoplourus (Sakai, 2002) und C. malaccaensis (Sakai, 2002), die Gattung Notiax Manning & Felder, 1991 sensu Sakai (2010) die Art N. bicauda sp. nov. und die Gattung Trypaea Dana, 1832 sensu Sakai (2010) die Arten T. andamaniensis sp. nov., T. kovalewski sp. nov., T. spinoculata Sakai, 2005b, T. spinorostra sp. nov., T. tonkinae (Grebenjuk, 1975) und T. vietnamensis sp. nov. In der Unterfamilie Callichirinae Manning & Felder, 1991 wird die Gattung Callichiropsis gen. nov. auf der Basis der Typusart Callichiropsis spiridonovi sp. nov. errichtet. In der Familie Gourretiidae Sakai, 1999 umfasst die Gattung Paragourretia Sakai, 2004 die Arten P. zarenkovi sp. nov. und Paragourretia sp. In der Familie Micheleidae Sakai, 1992 wird die Gattung Micheleopsis gen. nov. auf der Basis der Typusart Micheleopsis orlik sp. nov. errichtet.]

Affiliations: 1: Shikoku University, Tokushima, Japan

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