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Japanese Paralebbeus Zygius Chace, 1997 Awaken from a Centurial Sleep (Decapoda, Caridea, Hippolytidae)

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Based on four male specimens from Sagami Bay, we present a brief description of Paralebbeus zygius Chace, 1997. This is the second record of the species, which is new to the Japanese fauna. All of the specimens were obtained from small chambers in hexactinellid sponges collected more than a century ago. Morphological variations of some important characters are discussed.

Une courte description de Paralebbeus zygius Chace, 1997 est présentée à partir de quatre spécimens mâles récoltés dans la baie de Sagami. Cette espèce, signalée pour la seconde fois depuis sa description, est nouvelle pour la faune japonaise. Les spécimens étudiés ont été trouvés dans de petites cavités d'éponges Hexactinellides, récoltées il y a plus d'un siècle. Les variations morphologiques de quelques caractères importants sont discutées.

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2003-02-01
2016-08-24

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