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A New Species of Hadrosquilla Manning, 1966 From Eastern Australia (Stomatopoda, Lysiosquillidae)

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Eine neue Art der Familie Lysiosquillidae, Hadrosquilla melanocauda, wird aus Ostaustralien beschrieben. Sie unterscheidet sich von H. perpasta hauptsächlich durch folgende Merkmale: Rostrum dreieckig mit dornartig verlängerter Spitze, Fehlen der zwei mesialen Papillen am Protopoditen der Antenna, dorso-laterale Vorsprünge des Antennularsegments nicht vom Rostrum verdeckt, Telsonbewehrung neben den randständigen Borsten mit nur zwei spitzen Vorsprüngen, Färbung anders.

Affiliations: 1: School of Biological Sciences, University of Sydney, Sydney, N.S.W., Australia


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