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PSEUDATHANAS DARWINIENSIS, NEW GENUS, NEW SPECIES, AN ALPHEID SHRIMP FROM THE NORTHERN TERRITORY, AUSTRALIA

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ABSTRACT An illustrated description of Pseudathanas darwiniensis, new genus, new species, of the family Alpheidae, from Darwin, Australia, is provided. The new genus is related to Athanas from which it may be distinguished by the presence of the strongly spinulate border of the outer ramus of the uropod, the strongly reduced rostrum, and the lack of any periorbital spines. The proximal half of the antennal flagellum is markedly thickened and the ventral margin of the palm of the chela of the first pcreiopod is provided with a dense fringe of long fine setae.

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1983-01-01
2016-12-11

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