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Long time hidden: second record in the type locality and redescription of rare caridean shrimp Lebbeus uschakovi (Kobjakova, 1936) (Crustacea: Decapoda: Thoridae)
Lebbeus uschakovi (Kobjakova, 1936), known until now only upon the type specimens (type locality near Iona I. in the north-western Sea of Okhotsk) is redescribed on the basis of an extant female
Review of
Macropodia czernjawskii (Brandt, 1880), described from the Black Sea, was ignored in the regional faunal accounts for more than a century, although it was recognised in the Mediterranean. Instead, M.
The author presents no keys for some stages of larvae development, and no description of some stages, for various species: these blanks are due entirely to a lack of material.
A new record of the Japanese Longhorn decorator crab Chorilia japonica (Miers, 1879) (Crustacea: Brachyura: Epialtidae) in the western part of Bering Sea — the first record of the species and genus
A male specimen of Chorilia japonica was collected in the Bering Sea, southwest of Navarin Cape, at the depth of 283–298 m, and is the most northern record of the genus in north-western Pacific; and is a range extension of more than 3000 km for the species.
King crabs of the western Atlantic sector of Antarctic and adjacent areas: new records, molecular barcode data and distribution (Crustacea: Decapoda: Lithodidae)
New material and literature data demonstrate the existence of two discontinuous lithodid faunas: the Antarctic Pacific fauna that extends up to the western Antarctic Peninsula and the Magellanic—Scotia fauna.
Betaeus truncatus Dana, 1852 (Crustacea: Decapoda: Caridea: Alpheidae) from South Georgia, South Atlantic Ocean — a new sub-Antarctic record of alpheid shrimps
The alpheid shrimp Betaeus truncatus Dana, 1852 (Decapoda: Alpheidae) is firstly reported from sub-Antarctic coastal shallow waters of South Georgia, South Atlantic Ocean. The present locality
Vanishing of an isolated population of thick-clawed crayfish Astacus pachypus (Crustacea: Decapoda: Astacidae) in the Sevastopol Bay (Crimean Peninsula, Black Sea)
In the XIX and XX centuries thickclawed crayfish Astacus pachypus was reported for the Sevastopol area in Crimea. Nowadays significant changes of hydrolological conditions and substrates took place