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A new genus and a new species of onchidiid slugs from eastern Indonesia (Gastropoda: Euthyneura: Onchidiidae)

@article{Goulding2018ANG,
  title={A new genus and a new species of onchidiid slugs from eastern Indonesia (Gastropoda: Euthyneura: Onchidiidae)},
  author={Tricia C. Goulding and Munawar Khalil and Shau Hwai Aileen Tan and Beno{\^i}t Dayrat},
  journal={Raffles Bulletin of Zoology},
  year={2018},
  volume={66},
  pages={337-349}
}
The taxonomy of the Onchidiidae is currently being revised based on extensive sampling, molecular data, and examination of all type specimens available. A new genus, Alionchis Goulding & Dayrat, new genus is described here for a new species, Alionchis jailoloensis Goulding & Dayrat, new species, which is highly distinct from all other onchidiids. Alionchis jailoloensis lives on the mud in mangrove forests and can be easily identified in the field by its large eye tentacles and a hyponotum with… 

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