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Notes On Some Indo-Pacific Pontoniinae. XII

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Les spécimens décrits par Miers (1884) comme Pontonia? brevirostris maintenant dans les collections du British Museum, ont été réexaminés. Ces spécimens ne peuvent être rapportés au genre Pontonia Latreille et un nouveau genre Platypontonia a été établi pour eux. L'identité de l'hôte est discutée. Les caractères qui séparent Platypontonia des autres genres indo-pacifiques connus comme vivant dans des Mollusques bivalves sont donnés et les différences entre le nouveau genre, et Pontonia et Platycaris Holthuis, auxquels il ressemble morphologiquement, sont exposées sous la forme d'un tableau.

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