A NEW GENUS AND SPECIES OF CALLIANASSID GHOST SHRIMP FROM KYUSHU, JAPAN (DECAPODA: THALASSINIDEA)

@article{Poore2000ANG,
  title={A NEW GENUS AND SPECIES OF CALLIANASSID GHOST SHRIMP FROM KYUSHU, JAPAN (DECAPODA: THALASSINIDEA)},
  author={Gary C. B. Poore},
  journal={Journal of Crustacean Biology},
  year={2000},
  volume={20},
  pages={150-156}
}
  • G. Poore
  • Published 20 July 2000
  • Biology
  • Journal of Crustacean Biology
Grynaminna tamakii, new genus, new species, is described from specimens taken in a small area near the south end of Shimabara Peninsula, western Kyushu, Japan. The new genus shares with the eight known callichirine callianassid genera presence of a dorsal oval, maxilliped 3 with ovate propodus and slender dactylus, and pleopods 3-5 with "stubby" appendices internae. It most resembles Callichirus but differs in possessing an elongate-oval uropodal endopod, absence of a meral hook on the major… 

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