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A New Species of Archaeomysis From Coastal Waters of Japan (Mysidacea, Gastrosaccinae)

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A large number of Japanese specimens previously identified as Archaeomysis grebnitzkii were examined and compared with specimens from the Bering Sea and Pacific coast of North America. This study demonstrates that the Japanese population of Archaeomysis grebnitzkii sensu Ii (1964) differs consistently from those of the latter locations, particularly in the shape of the telson and the male 3rd pleopod, so as to constitute a new species, described here as A. japonica n. sp. A short note is included at the end of this paper reporting some observations on the biology of the species noted during this study.

Affiliations: 1: ) Nansei National Fisheries Research Institute, Ohno-cho, Hiroshima 739-04, Japan; 2: ) Kunsan National University, San 68, Miryong-dong, Kunsan 573-360, Korea; 3: ) Tokyo University of Fisheries, Konan 4-5-7, Minato-ku, Tokyo 108, Japan


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