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FAUGHNIA SERENEI, NEW SPECIES, A STOMATOPOD FROM THE SOUTH CHINA SEA (CRUSTACEA, STOMATOPODA)

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ABSTRACT Faughniaserenei herewith described is based on four specimens collected from the South China Sea and its vicinity. One of the specimens (a female of 86.5 mm) was identified by Serene in his work of 1962 as Pseudosquillopsis (Faughnia) dehaani. The present study reveals that Serene's specimen, together with three other specimens preserved in the USNM, belongs to an undescribed species that is the third known species of the genus.

Affiliations: 1: National Institute of Oceanology, P.O. Box 580 DAK, Jakarta, Indonesia.

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1982-01-01
2016-12-10

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