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The genus Pisidia Leach (Decapoda, Anomura) in the northeastern Atlantic Ocean and the Mediterranean Sea

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[The study of numerous specimens of the genus Pisidia from the Atlantic coast of France and the coasts of the Aegean and Ionian Seas proved their distinction in three different groups. Each group possesses constant, non-overlapping characters that justify their distinction to species level. A key to the three species of the genus (P.longicornis, P.longimana, and P.bluteli) is given, based on selected constant characters. P.longicornis has been collected only from the French Atlantic coast, the other two only from the coasts of the Aegean and Ionian Seas, at different sampling stations.

L'étude de nombreux échantillons du genre Pisidia en provenance de la côte atlantique française et des côtes de la mer Egée et de la mer lonienne montrent trois groupes bien distincts; chacun possède des caractères constants et ne se recouvrant pas qui justifient la distinction de trois espèces. Une clé des trois espèces européennes du genre (P. longicornis, P. longimana, et P. bluteli) est donnée, d'après les caractères constants sélectionnés. P.longicornis a été récolté des côtes atlantiques françaises, alors que les deux autres espèces ont été récoltées des rivages de la mer Egée et de la mer lonienne en différentes stations., The study of numerous specimens of the genus Pisidia from the Atlantic coast of France and the coasts of the Aegean and Ionian Seas proved their distinction in three different groups. Each group possesses constant, non-overlapping characters that justify their distinction to species level. A key to the three species of the genus (P.longicornis, P.longimana, and P.bluteli) is given, based on selected constant characters. P.longicornis has been collected only from the French Atlantic coast, the other two only from the coasts of the Aegean and Ionian Seas, at different sampling stations.

L'étude de nombreux échantillons du genre Pisidia en provenance de la côte atlantique française et des côtes de la mer Egée et de la mer lonienne montrent trois groupes bien distincts; chacun possède des caractères constants et ne se recouvrant pas qui justifient la distinction de trois espèces. Une clé des trois espèces européennes du genre (P. longicornis, P. longimana, et P. bluteli) est donnée, d'après les caractères constants sélectionnés. P.longicornis a été récolté des côtes atlantiques françaises, alors que les deux autres espèces ont été récoltées des rivages de la mer Egée et de la mer lonienne en différentes stations.]

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2002-03-01
2016-12-08

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