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ON THE CARIDEAN SHRIMP PANDALOPSIS MIYAKEI HAYASHI (DECAPODA, PANDALIDAE), INCLUDING ITS FIRST RECORD FROM TAIWAN

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Based on five specimens, including the holotype and paratype as well as two young specimens from Taiwan, the deep-water pandalid shrimp, Pandalopsis miyakei Hayashi, 1986, is rediagnosed, and the variation in colouration in life of this species is noted. It represents the first record of the genus Pandalopsis from Taiwan. Detailed comparison with the species' closest relative, P.coccinata Urita, 1941, is made.

A partir de cinq spécimens, incluant l'holotype, le paratype ainsi que deux jeunes spécimens de Taiwan, une nouvelle diagnose de Pandalopsis miyakei Hayashi, 1986, crevette Pandalidae d'eaux profondes, est donnée, et la variation de la coloration au cours de la vie de cette espèce est notée. Il s'agit du premier signalement du genre Pandalopsis pour Taiwan. Une comparaison détaillée avec l'espèce la plus proche, P.coccinata Urita, 1941 est donnée.

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/content/journals/10.1163/156854002760202714
2002-05-01
2015-04-21

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