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PARTIAL REVISION OF PINNOTHERID CRAB GENERA WITH A TWO-SEGMENTED PALP ON THE THIRD MAXILLIPED (DECAPODA: BRACHYURA)

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ABSTRACT Two new genera in the Pinnotheridae are recognized from the northwestern Atlantic, Gemmotheres, new genus (type species Pinnotheres chamae Roberts, 1975) and Tunicotheres, new genus (type species Pinnotheres moseri Rathbun, 1918). These genera shared a 2-segmented palp on the third maxilliped with Calyptraeotheres Campos, 1990, Dissodactylus Smith, 1870, Ostracotheres H. Milne Edwards, 1853, and Xanthasia White, 1846. They differ in shape, texture, and hardness of the carapace, shape and relative length of third maxilliped articles, relative length of the walking legs, and relative length and shape of their articles. Comparisons among these genera are provided in a dichotomous key based on adult female characters.

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2017-10-18

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