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A NEW GENUS AND TWO NEW SPECIES OF ALPHEID SHRIMPS (DECAPODA: CARIDEA) FROM SOUTH FLORIDA

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ABSTRACT Sampling for infaunal decapods in shallow-water habitats of the southern Indian River lagoon near Fort Pierce, Florida, has yielded members of two new species, one representing a new genus near Leptalpheus Williams. Fenneralpheus chacei, new genus, new species, is named from one specimen taken in the Indian River and a second from off Key West, Florida. The second species described, Salmoneus cavicolus, new species, from the Indian River, comprises the first record of the genus from Florida. Both species are probably commensals with other macroinvertebrates, but their hosts are unknown.

10.1163/193724086X00343
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2017-11-23

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