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The Male of Halmyrapseudes Srilankaensis (Băcescu, 1981) Comb. Nov. and an Analysis of the Genus Halmyrapseudes Băcescu and Guţu, 1974 (Peracarida, Tanaidacea)

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Abstract Tanaidacean material collected from Mundel Lake, Sri Lanka, in 1997 included the first recorded males of ‘Apseudes’ srilankaensis Băcescu, 1981. From the morphology of the male cheliped (inter alia) the species is reassigned to the genus Halmyrapseudes Băcescu and Guţu, 1974. The species which have been associated with this genus have been analyzed. The genus, which is rediagnosed, is currently composed of seven species, characterized in particular by carpal apophyses on the male cheliped and a reduced dactylus on the fourth pereopod.

Affiliations: 1: a (correspondence) Department of Zoology, The Natural History Museum, Cromwell Road, London SW7 5BD, U.K. ( ; 2: b Intermediate Technology Development Group, 5 Lionel Edirisinghe Mawatha, Kirillapone, Colombo 5, Sri Lanka ( ; 3: c Institute of Fundamental Studies, Hantana Road, Kandy, Sri Lanka


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