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Studies On Indo-West Pacific Stenopodidea, 1. Stenopus Zanzibaricus Sp. Nov., a New Species From East Africa

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Stenopus zanzibaricus, une nouvelle espèce de crevette provenant de l'île Mwemba, Zanzibar, est décrite et figurée. S. zanzibaricus est considéré comme très proche de S. tenuirostris, dont il peut être facilement distingué par les différences du rostre et la spinulation du corps. S. zanzibaricus se distingue aussi par la couleur or de son corps et par ses antennes rouges. Une clef est fournie pour l'identification des trois espèces de Stenopus de la région indo-ouest pacifique.

Affiliations: 1: 26, St. Peter's Grove, Canterbury, Kent, Great Britain


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