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Dr. R. Plante's collection of the families Callianassidae and Gourretiidae (Decapoda, Thalassinidea) from Madagascar, with the description of two new genera and one new species of the Gourretiidae Sakai, 1999 (new status) and two new species of the Callianassidae Dana, 1852

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Unstudied callianassids available to Dr. Raphael Plante, collected in 1965-70 around Madagascar from the shallow waters to a depth of 1050 m, have been examined. Most specimens are small and heavily damaged, but they include interesting species of the families Callianassidae and Gourretiidae. Four species of callianassids had earlier been reported from the region around the Mozambique Channel, and in the present study three new species and two new genera of the family Gourretiidae, i.e., Laurentgourretia rhopalommata n. gen. and sp., Gourretia nosybeensis n. sp., and Paragourretia phuketensis (Sakai, 2002), n. gen. and three species of the family Callianassidae, Callianassa chakratongae Sakai, 2002, C. mocambiquensis n. sp., and C. plantei n. sp., are added to the known Madagascan fauna. Des Callianassidés non étudiés du Dr. Raphael Plante, collectés en 1965-70 autour de Madagascar, dans les eaux peu profondes et jusqu'à 1050 m, ont été examinés. La plupart des spécimens étaient petits et fortement endommagés, mais parmi eux, se trouvaient des espèces intéressantes appartenant aux familles Callianassidae et Gourretiidae. Quatre espèces de Callianassidés avaient été signalées de la région autour du Canal du Mozambique, et dans la présente étude, trois nouvelles espèces et deux nouveaux genres de la famille des Gourretiidae, Laurentgourretia rhopalommata n. gen. et sp., Gourretia nosybeensis n. sp. et Paragourretia phuketensis (Sakai, 2002), n. gen., ainsi que trois espèces de la famille des Callianassidae, Callianassa chakratongae Sakai, 2002, C. mocambiquensis n. sp. et C. plantei n. sp. ont été ajoutés à la faune connue de Madagascar.

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2004-05-01
2016-12-03

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