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A new species and two new records of stomatopod Crustacea are reported from Hawaii based on collections made during exploratory shrimp trawling around the Hawaiian Islands by the R/V "Townsend Cromwell". Alima maxima sp. nov. is the largest known species of the genus. Busquilla plantei Manning, 1978, and Heterosquilloides insignis (Kemp, 1911) are reported from Hawaii for the first time. In addition, a specimen of Lysiosquillina maculata (Fabricius, 1793) from Wake Island is included to document its presence there. A checklist of the 20 stomatopod species now known from Hawaii is provided.

Une espèce nouvelle est décrite et deux espèces sont signalées pour la première fois d'Hawaï, à partir de collections de Crustacés Stomatopodes réalisées au cours d'un chalutage expérimental de crevettes autour des îles Hawaï par le R/V "Townsend Cromwell". Alima maxima sp. nov. est l'espèce la plus grande connue du genre. Busquilla plantei Manning, 1978, et Heterosquilloides insignis (Kemp, 1911) sont signalés de Hawaï pour la première fois. De plus, un spécimen de Lysiosquillina maculata (Fabricius, 1793) de l'île Wake est inclus pour dénoter sa présence ici. Une liste des 20 espèces de Stomatopodes, maintenant connues d'Hawaï, est fournie.


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