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The Status of Remipes Test Udinari Us Latreille, and Designation of a Neotype for Hippa Adactyla J. C. Fabricius (Decapoda, Hippidae) 1)

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L'histoire des noms Cancer testudinarius Herbst, 1791, Remipes testudinarius Latreille, 1806, et Hippa adactyla Fabricius, 1787, est discutée. C. testudinarius Herbst est un synonyme plus ancien d'un Hippidae de l'océan Atlantique, Hippa cubensis (Saussure, 1857). R. testudinarius Latreille, un homonyme plus récent du nom de Herbst, a été utilisé pour quelques Hippidae indo-pacifiques; il a été interprété correctment par De Man (1896). On ne peut pas identifier H. adactyla, l'espèce-type du genre Hippa. Un exemplaire de R. testudinarius Latreille, de Coff's Harbour, N.S.W., Australie, est choisi comme néotype d'Hippa adactyla.

Affiliations: 1: Allan Hancock Foundation, University of Southern California, Los Angeles, California, U.S.A.


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