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Munidopsis (Decapoda, Anomura) from south-eastern Australia

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[Six species of the galatheid genus Munidopsis are recorded for the first time from Australia: M. bispinoculata Baba, 1988, M. dasypus Alcock, 1894, M. edwardsii (Wood-Mason, 1891), M. marginata (Henderson, 1885), M. serricornis (Lovén, 1852), and M. verrilli Benedict, 1902. Another, Munidopsis rostrata (A. Milne-Edwards, 1880), previously known from Queensland and reported here from Victoria, is a widespread species in both the Atlantic and the Indo-West Pacific, as also is M. serricornis. Munidopsis verrilli shows a disjunct distribution in the eastern Pacific off California and south-eastern Australia. A seventh species, M. victoriae n. sp., is described as new.

Six espèces de Galathéidés du genre Munidopsis sont signalées pour la première fois d'Australie: M. bispinoculata Baba, 1988, M. dasypus Alcock, 1894, M. edwardsii (Wood-Mason, 1891), M. marginata (Henderson, 1885), M. serricornis (Lovén, 1852), et M. verrilli Benedict, 1902. Une autre, Munidopsis rostrata (A. Milne-Edwards, 1880), connue auparavant de Queensland et signalée ici de Victoria, est une espèce répandue à la fois dans l'Atlantique et dans l'Indo-ouest Pacifique, ce qui est aussi le cas de M. serricornis. Munidopsis verrilli présente une distribution discontinue dans l'est du Pacifique au large de la Californie et dans le sud-est de l'Australie. Une septième espèce, M. victoriae n. sp. est décrite comme nouvelle., Six species of the galatheid genus Munidopsis are recorded for the first time from Australia: M. bispinoculata Baba, 1988, M. dasypus Alcock, 1894, M. edwardsii (Wood-Mason, 1891), M. marginata (Henderson, 1885), M. serricornis (Lovén, 1852), and M. verrilli Benedict, 1902. Another, Munidopsis rostrata (A. Milne-Edwards, 1880), previously known from Queensland and reported here from Victoria, is a widespread species in both the Atlantic and the Indo-West Pacific, as also is M. serricornis. Munidopsis verrilli shows a disjunct distribution in the eastern Pacific off California and south-eastern Australia. A seventh species, M. victoriae n. sp., is described as new.

Six espèces de Galathéidés du genre Munidopsis sont signalées pour la première fois d'Australie: M. bispinoculata Baba, 1988, M. dasypus Alcock, 1894, M. edwardsii (Wood-Mason, 1891), M. marginata (Henderson, 1885), M. serricornis (Lovén, 1852), et M. verrilli Benedict, 1902. Une autre, Munidopsis rostrata (A. Milne-Edwards, 1880), connue auparavant de Queensland et signalée ici de Victoria, est une espèce répandue à la fois dans l'Atlantique et dans l'Indo-ouest Pacifique, ce qui est aussi le cas de M. serricornis. Munidopsis verrilli présente une distribution discontinue dans l'est du Pacifique au large de la Californie et dans le sud-est de l'Australie. Une septième espèce, M. victoriae n. sp. est décrite comme nouvelle.]

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2002-03-01
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