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ONYCOCARIDITES ANOMODACTYLUS, NEW GENUS, NEW SPECIES (DECAPODA: PALAEMONIDAE), A COMMENSAL SHRIMP FROM THE ARAFURA SEA

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ABSTRACT A new genus, Onycocaridites, is proposed for two specimens of a palaemonid shrimp found inhabiting a sponge in a depth of 60 m in the southern Arafura Sea. The shrimps, representing a new genus and species, are described and illustrated. The new genus is most closely related to Onycocaridella Bruce, 1981, and the only species, O. anomodactylus, is readily separated from all palaemonid shrimps by the unique differences between the dactyls of the third pair of pereiopods (very long, slender, and simple) and those of the fourth and fifth pereiopods (short, stout, and strongly biunguiculate).

10.1163/193724087X00504
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2017-10-17

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