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A new species of the genus Metapenaeus (Decapoda, Penaeidae) from the Philippines

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[A new species of penaeid, Metapenaeus motohi sp. nov. is described based on material from the Philippines. This new species is most closely similar to M. ensis (De Haan, 1844) from Japan in the morphology of the thelycum, but differs in that the rostral teeth mostly number 8-9, the P2, P3, and P5 are elongate, and the distal portion of the petasma forms a narrow lobule with a small genital pore. Une nouvelle espèce de pénéide, Metapenaeus motohi sp. nov. est décrite à partir de matériel en provenance des Philippines. Cette nouvelle espèce est la plus proche de M. ensis (De Haan, 1844) du Japon par la morphologie du thélycum, mais elle en diffère par le nombre de dents rostrales, le plus souvent de 8-9; les P2, P3, et P5 qui sont allongées; et la partie distale des petasma formant un petit lobe étroit avec un petit pore génital., A new species of penaeid, Metapenaeus motohi sp. nov. is described based on material from the Philippines. This new species is most closely similar to M. ensis (De Haan, 1844) from Japan in the morphology of the thelycum, but differs in that the rostral teeth mostly number 8-9, the P2, P3, and P5 are elongate, and the distal portion of the petasma forms a narrow lobule with a small genital pore. Une nouvelle espèce de pénéide, Metapenaeus motohi sp. nov. est décrite à partir de matériel en provenance des Philippines. Cette nouvelle espèce est la plus proche de M. ensis (De Haan, 1844) du Japon par la morphologie du thélycum, mais elle en diffère par le nombre de dents rostrales, le plus souvent de 8-9; les P2, P3, et P5 qui sont allongées; et la partie distale des petasma formant un petit lobe étroit avec un petit pore génital.]

Affiliations: 1: Human Life Science, Shikoku University, Ohjin-cho, Tokushima 771-1192, Japan; Laboratory of Marine Biology, Faculty of Science, Kochi University, 2-5-1 Akebono-cho, Kochi-shi 780-8520, Japan; 2: Human Life Science, Shikoku University, Ohjin-cho, Tokushima 771-1192, Japan

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2009-08-01
2016-12-08

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