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Morphological Characteristics of Bay Lobsters, Thenus Leach Species (Decapoda, Scyllaridae), From North-Eastern Australia

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L'examen morphologique de Scyllaridae du genre Thenus Leach a indiqué une différence significative avec les autres genres. Le trait le plus frappant est la compression dorso-ventrale du corps. Les analyses morphométriques ont révélé des discontinuités entre mâles et femelles et entre deux types morphologiques de T. orientalis (Lund, 1783). Ces différences correspondaient à la reconnaissance de deux espèces distinctes: T. orientalis et Thenus sp. nov. La signification adaptive des caractéristiques morphologiques décrites est discutée.

Affiliations: 1: Johnson Aquaculture, P.O. Box 132, Kurrimine Beach, Queensland 4871, Australia


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