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Funchalia Sagamiensis Sp. Nov. From Central Japan, With Discussion of the Generic Characters (Decapoda, Natantia, Penaeidae)

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Funchalia sagamiensis sp. nov. (Decapoda Natantia) wurde in der Sagami Bucht entdeckt. Das Material dokumentiert den ersten Fund dieser Gattung in die Nord-West-pazifische Region. Die neue Art unterscheidet sich wesentlich von den anderen Arten der Gattung Funchalia durch einige wichtige morphologische Merkmale: (1) die vollständige Abwesenheit der Pereiopoden-Exopodite und des Dorns von Ischium und Basis der ersten zwei Beinpaare; (2) die Anwesenheit von zwei Paaren beweglicher subterminaler Dornen und einem Paar fester terminalen Dornen auf der Spitze des Telsons. Diese Unterschiede werden aus systematischer Sicht erörtert.

Affiliations: 1: Zoological Laboratory, Kyushu University, Fukuoka, Japan


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