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Protandrous Hermaphroditism in Decapod Prawns of the Families Hippolytidae and Campylonotidae
In the Hippolytidae, this phenomenon has been demonstrated in two European and Mediterranean species of Lysmata, namely, L. seticaudata (the first decapod in which protandry was recognized4) and L. nilita5.
Antarctic and Subantarctic Decapod Crustacea
One of the remarkable aspects of Antarctic benthic fauna is the almost complete absence of the crustacean order Decapoda. Many of the characteristic groups within this order are apparently completely
Annotated checklist of New Zealand Decapoda (Arthropoda: Crustacea)
A checklist of the Recent Decapoda (shrimps, prawns, lobsters, crayfish and crabs) of the New Zealand region is given, with 153 (31%) of the species considered endemic.
Australian crustaceans in colour
One that the authors will refer to break the boredom in reading is choosing australian crustaceans in colour as the reading material.
Diagnosis of a new species of neolithodes (Crustacea: Anomura: Lithodidae) from New Zealand (note)
A new stone crab, Neolithodes brodiei sp.nov., known from an ovigerous female taken in 455 fm (832 m) on the Campbell Plateau, is characterised and distinguished from the five species previously re...
Holocene sand dunes on Enderby Island, Auckland Islands
On Enderby Island, Holocene sand dunes are separated into lower and upper deposits by layers of peat and silt. The lower deposits contain roughly equal proportions of shell fragments and basalt
A new species of the genus Pasiphaea from the South Indian Ocean (Crustacea, Decapoda, Pasiphaeidae)
Une nouvelle espece du genre Pasiphaea du sud de l'ocean Indien se distingue par le profil de son rostre dont le bord anterieur est presque vertical avec une convexite distincte and par the presence d'une depression laterale nette sur la carapace.
Giant Colonies of Pelagic Tunicates (Pyrosoma spinosum) from SE Australia and New Zealand
DURING 1967, reports reached the Australian Museum, Sydney, of very large cylindrical objects drifting in shallow waters off central and southern New South Wales. We shall summarize some of these