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A Revision of the Genera Parapetalus Steenstrup & Lutken and Pseudopetalus Nov

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Ce mémoire donne la description complète de six espèces de Parapetalus, parmi les sept décrites jusqu'ici. Une étude comparée de ces espèces montre que la définition du genre demande quelques modifications, ce qui m'a amené à donner une nouvelle définition de Parapetalus. Les deux espèces, P. formicoides (Redkar, Rangnekar & Murti) et P. caudatus Gnanamuthu, diffèrent des autres espèces et sont par conséquent classées ici dans un nouveau genre, Pseudopetalus. Un autre nouveau genre, Parechetus, est créé pour inclure Caligoides carangis Bassett-Smith. J'ai donné ici une description complète et illustrée de Parapetalus orientalis Steenstrup & Lütken.

Affiliations: 1: Marine Biological Laboratory, Trivandrum 7, India


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