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The Identities of Pandalus Gracilis Stimpson, 1860, and Pandalus Prensor Stimpson, 1860 (Decapoda, Pandalidae)

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Der Lectotypus von Pandalus gracilis Stimpson, 1860, aus Hakodate (Japan), der sich in der Sammlung des British Museum (Natural History) befindet, wurde untersucht. Es erwies sich als spezifisch identisch mit Pandalus hypsinotus Brandt, 1851. Der letztgenannte Name muss demnach für die Art benutzt werden. Pandalus prensor Stimpson, 1860, auch von Hakodate, ist, der Beschreibung nach, identisch mit Pandalus meridionalis Balss, 1914, eine Art die ursprünglich von Balss (1914) als Unterart von P. hypsinotus beschrieben wurde. Der Stimpsonsche Name Pandalus prensor hat Priorität und soll für die Art verwendet werden.

Affiliations: 1: Rijksmuseum van Natuijke Historie, Leiden, the Netherlands


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