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A Redescription of Sphaerophthalmus Grobbeni Spandl Based On Type Material From the Red Sea and New Material From the Great Barrier Reef (Amphipoda, Dexaminidae)

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L'amphipode gammaride Sphaerophthalmus grobbeni (Spandl, 1923) a été redécouvert sur le récif de la Grande Barrière d'Australie. La femelle est redécrite d'après le matériel type recueilli en mer Rouge. Le mâle est décrit pour la première fois d'après les spécimens obtenus sur le récif de la Grande Barrière. Il est montré que Sphaerophthalmus Spandl, 1923, est un homonyme plus récent, et le nouveau nom de Dexaminoculus est proposé en remplacement. Sur ce récif Dexaminoculus grobbeni vit parmi les algues bleues Lyngbya majuscula Harv. sur des fonds de sable.

Affiliations: 1: The Australian Museum, Sydney, Australia


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