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Rissoides new genus of stomatopod crustacean from the east atlantic and south africa






Proceedings of the Biological Society of Washington 95(2): 352-353

Rissoides new genus of stomatopod crustacean from the east atlantic and south africa

A new genus [RISSOIDES ] is recognized for 5 East Atlantic species [R. desmaresti (Risso, 1816) comb. nov. [type species], R. pallidus (Giesbrecht, 1910) comb. nov.; R. africanus (Manning, 1974) comb. nov.; R. calypso (Manning, 1974) comb. nov.; and R. barnardi (Manning, 1975) comb. nov.] formerly assigned to Meiosquilla. The latter genus is restricted to 8 American species.


Accession: 006345835



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