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A New Species of Parasquilla (Stomatopoda ) From the Gulf of Mexico, With a Redescription of Squilla Ferussaci Roux 1)

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Description de la troisième espèce du genre Parasquilla, P. coccinea, de Floride et du Golfe du Mexique. La rare espèce méditerranéenne, P. ferussaci (Roux), est redécrite pour faciliter la comparaison des trois espèces. Parasquilla peut représenter le lien unissant les genres bien connus de Stomatopodes, Squilla et Pseudosquilla.

Affiliations: 1: Institute of Marine Science, University of Miami, Florida, U.S.A.

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2016-12-05

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