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New and rare stomatopod Crustacea from the Indo-West-Pacific region

Raymond B. Manning

New and rare stomatopod Crustacea from the Indo-West-Pacific region

by Raymond B. Manning

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Published by Smithsonian Institution Press in Washington .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Indo-Pacific Region.
    • Subjects:
    • Stomatopoda,
    • Rare animals -- Indo-Pacific Region,
    • Crustacea -- Classification,
    • Crustacea -- Indo-Pacific Region

    • Edition Notes

      Bibliography: p. 34-36.

      StatementRaymond B. Manning.
      SeriesSmithsonian contributions to zoology ; 264, Smithsonian contributions to zoology ;, no. 264.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsQL1 .S54 no. 264, QL444.M375 .S54 no. 264
      The Physical Object
      Paginationiii, 36 p. :
      Number of Pages36
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL4546413M
      LC Control Number77014228

      Two new species of the stenopodid shrimp genus Odontozona Holthuis, are described and illustrated based on material from several Indo-West Pacific localities, including Japan, Indonesia, Australia and egypharmed2018.comzona arbur sp. nov. is described on the basis of numerous specimens collected in Australia (Queensland, Western Australia), Indonesia, Japan and egypharmed2018.com: Tomomi Saito, Junji Okuno, Arthur Anker. Barnard, K.H. () New records of marine Crustacea from the East African region. Crustaceana 3(3): – [View Pages] PDF is MB Barnes, R.S.K. () The Macrophthalminae of Australasia: with a review of the evolution and morphological diversity of .

      GC Williams, and JS Vennam, Revision of the Indo-West Pacific taxa of the gorgonian genus Pseudopterogorgia (Octocorallia: Gorgoniidae), with the description of a new species from western India: Bulletin of the Biological Society of Washington [Bull. Biol. Soc. Wash.]. no. 10, pp. 31 Oct Distribution: Indo-West Pacific: Sri Lanka and Malaya to Southeast China, Japan, the Malay Archipelago, New Guinea and Western, northern and eastern Australia. In India it forms a small fishery along with M. monoceros on the east coast of India.

      Mar 26,  · Why are there more species of coral and fish in tropical Indo-Pacific area than the Atlantic? species from other areas migrated to this region. This could be because they had left their homes to find better areas to live in or just because they were brought by the currents and then were able to better survive in the optimal conditions that. Crustacea Decapoda: Two new genera and species of deep–water gall crabs from the Indo–West Pacific (Cryptochiridae). Mémoires du Muséum National d'Histoire Naturelle – DONALDSON, T.J. Courtship and spawning of nine species of wrasses (Labridae) from the western Pacific.


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New and rare stomatopod Crustacea from the Indo-West-Pacific region by Raymond B. Manning Download PDF EPUB FB2

Get this from a library. New and rare stomatopod Crustacea from the Indo-West-Pacific region. [Raymond B Manning]. New and Rare Stomatopod Crustacea from the Indo-West-Pacific Region Raymond B.

Manning Introduction Visits to European museums in and to the Zoological Survey of India, Calcutta inand examination of collections received since then have resulted in the accumulation of a large amount of new information on Indo-West-Pacific stomatopods.

Get this from a library. New and rare stomatopod Crustacea from the Indo-West-Pacific region. [Raymond B Manning; Smithsonian Institution.]. Heterosquilla tricarinata is a species of mantis shrimp in the family egypharmed2018.com is known from both the Andaman Islands and New Zealand.

Heterosquilla tricarinata live in tidal mud flats where they can experience low environmental oxygen levels. However, the shrimp is well adapted to the low oxygen levels in its habitat.

ReferencesClass: Malacostraca. Advances in decapod crustacean research: proceedings of the 7th Colloquium Crustacea Decapoda Mediterranea, held at the Faculty of Sciences of the University of Lisbon, Portugal, September /. Crustacea Decapoda: Albuneidae and Hippidae of the tropical Indo-West Pacific region Christopher B.

BOYKO Department of Invertebrates American Museum of Natural History Central Park West at 79th. Jun 06,  · The fauna of Mayotte region is predominantly indo-west pacific in its composition (45 species).

Thirteen species are distributed only in the western Indian Ocean, but. widespread distributions primarily to the west and south (Indo-west Pacific and West Pacific: or %) and to the east (West-central Pacific and Pacific Plate: or %).

Only 25 species have limited distributions with six confined to the Philippine Plate. STENOPUS PYRSONOTUS, A NEW SPECIES OF \ STENOPODIDEAN SHRIMP FROM THE INDO-WEST ^ PACIFIC REGION (CRUSTACEA: DECAPODA) Joseph W. Goy and Dennis M.

Devaney Abstract.—A new species of shrimp in the genus Stenopus from the Indo-West Pacific region is described and figured. Specimens have been collected from the Hawaiian Islands and Mauritius. Japanese Association of Benthology () Threatened animals of Japanese tidal flats: red data book of seashore benthos.

Tokai University Press, Tokyo, pp. (in Japanese). Manning, R. () New and rare stomatopod Crustacea from the Indo-West-Pacific region. Chace F.A. Reports on the scientific results of the first Atlantis expedition to the West Indies, under the joint auspices of the University of Havana and Harvard University.

Preliminary descriptions of one new genus and seventeen new species of decapod and stomatopod Crustacea. Memorias de la Sociedad Cubana de Historia Natural Books on Crustacea.

Books on Decapods. Books on the remaining groups of Crustaceans like Amipopds, Isopods, Copepods etc. New and Rare Stomatopod Crustacea from the Indo-West-Pacific Region. 36 p., 15 figs, 4to, wrps.

CD; € 8. Further Indo-West Pacific palaemonoid shrimps (Crustacea: Decapoda: Palaemonoidea), principally from the New Caledonian region XINZHENG LI1 & ALEXANDER J.

BRUCE2 1Institute of Oceanology, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Qingdao, China, and 2Queensland Museum, South Cited by: Holthuis. Notes on Indo-West Pacific Crustacea Decapoda Zool. Med. Leide n 69 () and a single blunt tooth (tha fitt s between the tw teeto h of the dactylus o) n the fixed finger.

The fingers are perfectly smooth an apard nakedt fro,m an irregular row of very short hairs or hair bundles along either side of the cutting edges.

The palm is. THE INDO-WEST PACIFIC PILUMNIDAE X. NEW SPECIES AND RECORDS FROM THE SOUTH CHINA SEA (CRUSTACEA: DECAPODA: BRACHYURA) ABSTRACT. - Six species of pilumnid crabs are reported from the Spratly (=Nansha) Islands in the South China Sea, viz. Pllumnus guinotae Takeda & Miyake,and five new species, P.

comatus, P. rubroseta, P. capillatus, P. semilunaris and. Caridean shrimps found in land-locked saltwater pools at four Indo-West Pacific localities (Sinai Peninsula, Funafuti atoll, Maui and Hawaii Islands), with the description of one new genus and four new species.

48 p., 13 figs, 7 (2 col.) pls, paperbound (ZV); CD € A new Cholydia from the mantle cavity of a cephalopod (Crustacea, Harpacticoidea, Tisbidae). Goodyear, R. A new species of Ataxolepis, a bathypelagic fish from the Gulf of Panama (Pisces, Lampridiformes, Megalomycteridae).

Laville, H. Some Chironomidae (excl. Diamesinae) from Southern Spain (Insecta, Diptera). This new species is assigned to a newly proposed species group, the Labidocera madurae species group, within the Labidocera detruncata species complex.

In this species complex five Indo-West Pacific species groups are recognized (cervi, detruncata, gangetica, madurae, and pavo) and defined on the basis of difference in sexual egypharmed2018.com by: 4.

Three New Species Of Indo west Pacific Lizardfish (Synodontidae) Volume 92, Page Studies On Decapod Crustacea From The Indian River Region Of Florida Usa Larval Development Under Laboratory Conditions Of The Spider Crab Mithrax forceps Brachyura Majidae 3 New Stomatopod Crustaceans From The Pacific Coast Of Costa rica.

Volume Barnard, K.H. () Descriptions of new species of South African decapod Crustacea, with notes on synonymy and new records. The Annals and Magazine of Natural History, series 11 13 [for ]: – [View Pages] PDF is MB Barnard, K.H.

() Descriptive list of South African stomatopod Crustacea (mantis shrimps). Diversity of the primary groups of contemporary Indo-West Pacific coral reef organisms, including mantis shrimps (stomatopod crustaceans), peaks in the Indo-Australian Archipelago (IAA), reaches a lower peak in East Africa and Madagascar [Indian Ocean continental (IOC)], and declines in the central Indian Ocean (IO) and Central Pacific (CP).Author: John C.

Avise, Stephen P. Hubbell, Francisco J. Ayala.from the Western Atlantic (Crustacea: Decapoda: Thalassinidea) Austin B. Williams Introduction Until now, 12 species of Upogebiidae have been recognized from the continental shelf region of the western Atlantic Ocean from Cape Cod, Massachusetts, U.S.A., to southern Brazil.

Eleven additional species have been found in the region, either.Leander manningi, a new palaemonine shrimp from Western Australia (Crustacea, Decapoda, Palaemonidae), with a review of the Indo-West Pacific species of the genus Leander E.

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