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DESCRIPTION OF A NEW GENUS AND SPECIES, ACORIDON MANNINGI (STOMATOPODA: CORONIDIDAE), FROM THE GULF OF MEXICO

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ABSTRACT Acoridon manningi, new genus, new species, is described on the basis of two specimens from the Gulf of Mexico. The new genus closely resembles Coronida Brooks, 1886, and Neocoronida Manning, 1976, but differs from both of these genera by having five teeth on the dactylus of the raptorial claw, a telson with a marginal carina, the dorsal ornamentation of the sixth abdominal somite and the telson composed of long blunt tubercles, and the posterior margin of the telson armed with three pairs of teeth. This report constitutes the first record of the family Coronididae from the western Atlantic.

10.1163/193724083X00102
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2017-08-24

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