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Preliminary Report on Eight New Genera Formerly Attributed to Parapenaeopsis Alcock, 1901, Sensu Lato (Decapoda, Penaeidae)

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[The genus Parapenaeopsis Alcock, 1901 auctorum (i.e., sensu lato) is herein distinguished to comprise a total of eight genera, seven of which are new, the eighth being the original genus Parapenaeopsis in a new sense, i.e., sensu stricto. The new classification is based predominantly on the various structures of the male petasma, with in addition the structures of the male 2nd pleopods as exhibited by the species comprised in the former, large genus. Brief diagnoses of all genera are given and a key to these genera is provided. Le genre Parapenaeopsis Alcock, 1901 auctorum (c'est-à-dire, sensu lato) est ici reconnu comme représentant un ensemble de huit genres, dont sept sont nouveaux, le huitième étant le genre originel Parapenaeopsis dans un sens nouveau, c'est-à-dire sensu stricto. La nouvelle classification est fondée principalement sur les structures différentes du petasma mâle, avec en addition, les structures des 2nds pléopodes ainsi que le montrent les espèces comprises dans le premier, grand genre. De brèves diagnoses de tous les genres sont données et une clé de ces genres est fournie., The genus Parapenaeopsis Alcock, 1901 auctorum (i.e., sensu lato) is herein distinguished to comprise a total of eight genera, seven of which are new, the eighth being the original genus Parapenaeopsis in a new sense, i.e., sensu stricto. The new classification is based predominantly on the various structures of the male petasma, with in addition the structures of the male 2nd pleopods as exhibited by the species comprised in the former, large genus. Brief diagnoses of all genera are given and a key to these genera is provided. Le genre Parapenaeopsis Alcock, 1901 auctorum (c'est-à-dire, sensu lato) est ici reconnu comme représentant un ensemble de huit genres, dont sept sont nouveaux, le huitième étant le genre originel Parapenaeopsis dans un sens nouveau, c'est-à-dire sensu stricto. La nouvelle classification est fondée principalement sur les structures différentes du petasma mâle, avec en addition, les structures des 2nds pléopodes ainsi que le montrent les espèces comprises dans le premier, grand genre. De brèves diagnoses de tous les genres sont données et une clé de ces genres est fournie.]

Affiliations: 1: Shikoku University, 771-1192 Tokushima, Japan;, Email: ksakai@mf.pikara.ne.jp; 2: Shikoku University, 771-1192 Tokushima, Japan;, Email: shinomiya-s@shikoku-u.ac.jp

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2011-04-01
2016-12-09

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