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Description of Metasiriella Kitaroi N. Gen., N. Sp. (Mysidacea) With Revision of the Subfamily Siriellinae

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Un nouveau Mysidacé, Metasiriella kitaroi n. gen., n. sp., est décrit d'après des spécimens collectés dans les eaux côtières de l'île Panay, Philippines. Les pléopodes du mâle sont très différents de ceux de toutes les espèces connues de la sous-famille des Siriellinae. La diagnose de cette sous-famille doit être révisée pour qu'elle puisse recevoir le nouveau genre, et il est proposé de la diviser en deux tribus, les Siriellini et les Metasiriellini.

Affiliations: 1: Tokyo University of Fisheries, 4-5-7 Konan, Minato-ku, Tokyo 108, Japan


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