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The Australian Portunids (Crustacea: Portunidae). IV. Remaining Genera
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Subfamily names are discussed, Portuninae being used in a new sense and Macropipus, Lissocarcinus, Caphyra, Lupocyclus, Scylla, and Podophthalmus being proposed for Alcock's Portuninee. Expand
The Australian Portunids (Crustacea : Portunidae). III. The Genus Portunus
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Thirteen species of the genus Portunus Weber are recorded from Australia, including one new species and five new records, and a key is given to Bnown Indo-West-Pacific species. Expand
The sublittoral Brachyura (Crustacea: Decapoda) of Moreton Bay
Eighty-four species are recorded as the result of an intensive dredging and trawling programme m Moreton Bay. New species are described in the genera Cryptodromia and Hexapus and a possiblyExpand
The Australian Portunids (Crustacea: Portunidae). II. The Genus Charybdis
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The 12 species of Charybdis known from Australia, including two new records, are keyed and illustrated and minor changes in Leene’s (1938) synonymy are proposed. Expand
The sub-littoral Goneplacidae and Pinnotheridae (Crustacea: Brachyura) of Moreton Bay
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Typhlocaicinops tonsurata, a new species close to T. decrescens Rathbun, is described and the following species are recorded and discussed: Rhizopa gracUipes; Xenophthalmodes doUcophallus; and Pinnotheres sptntdactylus, both sexes of which are redescribed and figured. Expand
CHONDRICHTHYES FROM THE UPPER PART OF THE MINNELUSA FORMATION (MIDDLE PENNSYLVANIAN: DESMOINESIAN), MEADE COUNTY, SOUTH DAKOTA
Numerous teeth, denticles, and scales of selachians and holocephalans have been recovered from an outcropping of the upper Minnelusa Formation in Meade County, South Dakota. Specimens include theExpand