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NEW SPECIES OF CYMONOMUS FROM SOUTHEASTERN AUSTRALIA (BRACHYURA, CYMONOMIDAE) WITH A KEY TO THE INDO-WEST PACIFIC SPECIES

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[Two new species of Cymonomus A. Milne-Edwards, are described and illustrated, representing the only species of the genus known from Australia. Cymonomus kapala sp. nov., from New South Wales, most closely resembles C. curvirostris Sakai, 1965, from Japan. Cymonomus soela sp. nov., from Tasmania, most closely resembles C. bathamae Dell, 1971, from New Zealand. Cymonomus soela also superficially resembles the East African C. valdiviae Lankester, 1903, but that species differs most significantly in having seven instead of six abdominal somites. Therefore, C. valdiviae is transferred to Cymonomoides Tavares, 1993. A key to the Indo-West Pacific Cymonomidae is given.

Deux espèces nouvelles de Cymonomus A. Milne-Edwards, sont décrites et illustrées; elles représentent les seules espèces connues du genre en Australie. Cymonomus kapala sp. nov., de Nouvelles-Galles du Sud ressemble à Cymonomus curvirostris Sakai, 1965, du Japon. Cymonomus soela sp. nov., de Tasmanie ressemble à C. bathamae Dell, 1971 de Nouvelle-Zélande. Cymonomus soela ressemble aussi à l'espèce d'Afrique orientale C. valdiviae Lankester, 1903, mais cette espèce diffère significativement en ayant sept somites abdominaux au lieu de six. En conséquence, C. valdiviae est transféré dans le genre Cymonomoides Tavares, 1993. Une clé des Cymonomidae de l'Indo-Ouest pacifique est fournie., Two new species of Cymonomus A. Milne-Edwards, are described and illustrated, representing the only species of the genus known from Australia. Cymonomus kapala sp. nov., from New South Wales, most closely resembles C. curvirostris Sakai, 1965, from Japan. Cymonomus soela sp. nov., from Tasmania, most closely resembles C. bathamae Dell, 1971, from New Zealand. Cymonomus soela also superficially resembles the East African C. valdiviae Lankester, 1903, but that species differs most significantly in having seven instead of six abdominal somites. Therefore, C. valdiviae is transferred to Cymonomoides Tavares, 1993. A key to the Indo-West Pacific Cymonomidae is given.

Deux espèces nouvelles de Cymonomus A. Milne-Edwards, sont décrites et illustrées; elles représentent les seules espèces connues du genre en Australie. Cymonomus kapala sp. nov., de Nouvelles-Galles du Sud ressemble à Cymonomus curvirostris Sakai, 1965, du Japon. Cymonomus soela sp. nov., de Tasmanie ressemble à C. bathamae Dell, 1971 de Nouvelle-Zélande. Cymonomus soela ressemble aussi à l'espèce d'Afrique orientale C. valdiviae Lankester, 1903, mais cette espèce diffère significativement en ayant sept somites abdominaux au lieu de six. En conséquence, C. valdiviae est transféré dans le genre Cymonomoides Tavares, 1993. Une clé des Cymonomidae de l'Indo-Ouest pacifique est fournie.]

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