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STOMATOPODA OF THE ZHUJIANG ESTUARY BETWEEN HONG KONG AND MACAU

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The present study reports on the stomatopods collected by a joint survey of the Zhujiang estuary between Hong Kong and mainland China during 1992 to 1995. The collection comprises 254 specimens representing 1 superfamily, 2 families, 7 genera, and 9 species. Among these, Clorida decorata Wood-Mason, 1875 and Harpiosquilla raphidea (Fabricius, 1798) are new records for the area. Cloridopsis aquilonaris Manning, 1978, is synonymized with C. scorpio (Latreille, 1828). All nine species are illustrated and a diagnostic key to the species known from southern China between Macau and Hong Kong is provided.

Kong, Shatin, Cette etude porte sur des stomatopodes peches de 1992 a 1995 dans l'estuaire de Zhujiang entre Hongkong et la Chine. Le materiel collecte inclut 254 specimens representant 1 super-famille, 2 familles, 7 genres et 9 especes. Parmi celles-ci, Clorida decorata Wood-Mason, 1875 et Harpiosquilla raphidea (Fabricius, 1798) sont signalees pour la premiere fois dans cette region. Cloridopsis aquilonaris Manning, 1978 est mis en synomymie avec C. scorpio (Latreille, 1828). Des illustrations des neuf especes, ainsi qu'une cle d'identification pour les especes connues du sud de la Chine, entre Macao et Hongkong, sont fournies.

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1999-01-01
2016-12-08

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