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ERYTHROSQUILLA MEGALOPS, A REMARKABLE NEW STOMATOPOD FROM THE WESTERN INDIAN OCEAN

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ABSTRACT Erythrosquillamegalops, known from one specimen taken on the outer shelf off Somalia in depths of 75 to 175 meters, is assigned to a new family in the Superfamily Lysiosquilloidea. It is the only lysiosquilloid with a distinct median carina on the telson.

Affiliations: 1: (RBM) IZ-NHB Stop 163, Smithsonian Institution, Washington, D.C. 20560;; 2: (AJB) Division of Natural Sciences, Northern Territory Museum, P.O. Box 4646, Darwin, Northern Territory 5794, Australia.

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2017-08-23

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