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A review of the species of the genus Thalassina (Thalassinidea, Thalassinidae)

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The genus Thalassina Latreille, 1806, recently dealt with by Ngoc-Ho & De Saint Laurent (2009) was reviewed including one additional species described by Moh & Chong (2009), and has turned out to be currently composed of nine species including two new species: Thalassina anomala (Herbst, 1804); Thalassina australiensis sp. nov.; Thalassina gracilis Dana, 1852 [sensu Ngoc-Ho & De Saint Laurent, 2009]; Thalassina kelanang Moh & Chong, 2009; Thalassina krempfi Ngoc-Ho & De Saint Laurent, 2009; Thalassina saetichelis sp. nov.; Thalassina spinirostris Ngoc-Ho & De Saint Laurent, 2009; Thalassina spinosa Ngoc-Ho & De Saint Laurent, 2009; and Thalassina squamifera De Man, 1915, which are distributed in the subtropical and tropical regions of the Indo-West Pacific Ocean system.

Affiliations: 1: 1Shikoku University, Tokushima, Japan; 2: 2Senckenberg Forschungsinstitut, Senckenberganlage 25, DE-60325 Frankfurt am Main, Germany


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