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Redescription of Hippolyte Obliquimanus Dana, 1852, and Comparison With Hippolyte Williamsi Schmitt, 1924 (Decapoda, Caridea)

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Examination of topotypic (Brazilian) specimens of Hippolyte obliquimanus Dana, 1852, and H. exilirostratus Dana, 1852, shows that the two species are identical and also conspecific with the West Indian H. curacaoensis Schmitt, 1924. The name obliquimanus Dana, 1852 is given precedence over exilirostratus Dana, 1852. The species is redescribed and compared to its East-Pacific counterpart H. williamsi Schmitt, 1924.

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