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The Indo-Pacific Pilumnidae XVIII. New Species and New Records from Taiwan (Decapoda, Brachyura)

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[Two species of Pilumnus, P. orbitospinis Rathbun, 1911, and P. spinulus Shen, 1932, are newly recorded from Taiwan. Two new species, Pilumnus chani and Typhlocarcinops yui, are also described. Pilumnus chani is similar to P. ikedai Takeda & Miyake, 1968, from Japan, but can easily be distinguished by its frontal margin being lined with rounded granules, blunter anterolateral teeth and relatively longer ambulatory legs. Typhlocarcinops yui is allied to T.canaliculata Rathbun, 1909, from Thailand, but can be separated by the cleft anterolateral margin of its carapace and the distinctive form of its male first pleopod.

Deux espèces de Pilumnus, P.orbitospinis Rathbun, 1911, et P.spinulus Shen, 1932, sont citées comme nouvelles pour Taiwan. Deux nouvelles espèces, Pilumnus chani et Typhlocarcinops yui, sont également décrites. Pilumnus chani ressemble à P. ikedai Takeda & Miyake, 1968 du Japon, mais peut facilement être distinguée par son bord frontal marqué par une ligne de granules arrondis, des dents antérolatérales plus émoussées et des pattes ambulatoires relativement plus longues. Typhlocarcinops yui est apparenté à T. canaliculata Rathbun, 1909, de Thaïlande, mais peut en être séparé par le bord antérolatéral incisé de la carapace et la forme distinctive de son premier pléopode mâle., Two species of Pilumnus, P. orbitospinis Rathbun, 1911, and P. spinulus Shen, 1932, are newly recorded from Taiwan. Two new species, Pilumnus chani and Typhlocarcinops yui, are also described. Pilumnus chani is similar to P. ikedai Takeda & Miyake, 1968, from Japan, but can easily be distinguished by its frontal margin being lined with rounded granules, blunter anterolateral teeth and relatively longer ambulatory legs. Typhlocarcinops yui is allied to T.canaliculata Rathbun, 1909, from Thailand, but can be separated by the cleft anterolateral margin of its carapace and the distinctive form of its male first pleopod.

Deux espèces de Pilumnus, P.orbitospinis Rathbun, 1911, et P.spinulus Shen, 1932, sont citées comme nouvelles pour Taiwan. Deux nouvelles espèces, Pilumnus chani et Typhlocarcinops yui, sont également décrites. Pilumnus chani ressemble à P. ikedai Takeda & Miyake, 1968 du Japon, mais peut facilement être distinguée par son bord frontal marqué par une ligne de granules arrondis, des dents antérolatérales plus émoussées et des pattes ambulatoires relativement plus longues. Typhlocarcinops yui est apparenté à T. canaliculata Rathbun, 1909, de Thaïlande, mais peut en être séparé par le bord antérolatéral incisé de la carapace et la forme distinctive de son premier pléopode mâle.]

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2003-02-01
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