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Additional pandaloid shrimps from the South China Sea (Crustacea : Decapoda : Caridea), with description of one new species

  title={Additional pandaloid shrimps from the South China Sea (Crustacea : Decapoda : Caridea), with description of one new species},
  author={Xinzheng Li},
The present paper reports 22 pandaloid shrimp species from the South China Sea and its adjacent area, including two new records of the South China Sea, 14 new records of the Nanshan Islands, and one new speices. Heterocarpus chani, new species, type localities from the Philippines and Nansha Islands, is distinguished from its allied species, H. gibbosus Bate, 1888, H. tricarinatus Alcock & Anderson, 1894 and H. lepidus De Man, 1917, by the third maxilliped with a short rudimentary exopod. 
Further records of the deep-sea pandalid shrimp Heterocarpus chani Li, 2006 (Crustacea, Decapoda, Caridea) from southern India
A recent survey in some deep-sea fishing ports in southern India revealed that all material previously reported as “H. gibbosus” is actually a misidentification of its closely related species H. chani Li, 2006, which has only recently been reported from India.
An overview of the genus Plesionika Bate, 1888 (Decapoda, Caridea, Pandalidae) in Asian waters.
The pandalid genus Plesionika Bate, 1888 includes 93 species and has a widespread distribution including mainly subtropical and tropical waters and some temperate waters, but most species can be
Carideorum catalogus: the recent species of the dendrobranchiate, stenopodidean, procarididean and caridean shrimps (Crustacea: Decapoda)
A checklist of recent species of dendrobranchiate, stenopodidean, procarididean and caridean shrimps including synonyms and type localities. Also listed are unavailable names, larval names, nomina
Taxonomy and distribution of shrimps genus Heterocarpus A. Milne-Edwards, 1881 collected on the brazilian slope by the Program REVIZEE - central score
Heterocarpus inopinatus and H. ensifer were collected mostly by trawling in mid‑ water, which indicates that they have more pelagic habits than previously thought.
Reproductive biology of the deep-sea shrimp Heterocarpus chani Li, 2006 (Decapoda: Caridea: Pandalidae) from southern India
The caridean shrimp Heterocarpus chani Li, 2006 (Pandalidae), is widely distributed along the Indian coasts, and is commercially exploited by deep-sea fisheries in southern India, with the highest number so far reported for any pandalid species.
The occurrence of the pandalid shrimp Heterocarpus abulbus Yang, Chan & Chu, 2010 (Decapoda, Caridea) in Japan
Detailed examination of two specimens collected during ecological and fishery studies of deep-water shrimp in Kagoshima Bay, Kyushu, Japan, revealed that these specimens represent H. abulbus, which confirms the occurrence of this species in Japanese waters.
Complete mitochondrial genome of green shrimp, Chlorotocus crassicornis (Crustacea: Decapoda: Pandalidae) in Korean water
The mitochondrial genome of green shrimp, Chlorotocus crassicornis, was generated by the combination of next-generation sequencing platform and long PCR technique and it was clearly demonstrated that C. cr Jurassicornis is closest to Pandalopsis japonica and Pandalus borealis with 77% identity.
Decapod crustaceans new to the fauna of Cyprus
The first information on the decapod fauna of Cyprus was given by Heller (1863) who reported six marine species, while more recently Dogan et al. (2008) reported two more decapod species increasing the decapOD species number for Cyprus to 147.
Growth Patterns and Longevity of the Pandalid Shrimp Plesionika izumiae (Decapoda: Caridea)
The growth patterns and longevity of P. izumiae were estimated in Kagoshima Bay, southern Japan, using time series of the length-frequency distributions during February 2007 to January 2011 and indicated negative allometric growth in males and positive allometry growth in females.
Distribution and population biology of pelagic decapod crustaceans of the western Mediterranean
The Gibraltar Strait was shown to be a strong and unique geographical barrier to the genetic flux of both P. sivado and P. multidentata, due the presence of a marked genetic structure characterized by two main haplotypes: one Atlantic and another one Mediterranean.


Pandaloid shrimps from the northern South China Sea, with description of a new species of Plesionika (Crustacea : Decapoda : Caridea)
The present paper deals with the pandaloid shrimp material collected from the northern part of the South China Sea during the Chinese government's "National Comprehensive Oceanography Survey" program
Crustacea Decapoda : Deep-sea shrimps of the genus Plesionika Bate, 1888 (Pandalidae) from French Polynesia, with descriptions of five new species
Five new species were found in French Polynesia: P. ocellus (Bate, 1888), which is actually a senior synonym of P. chacei Hayashi, 1986 and the name P. sindoi (Rathbun, 1906).
Additional records of the pandalid shrimps from the northern South China Sea are reported, as a supplement to those reported recently by Li and Komai (2003), and pontoniine species, from the East China Sea, collected by NCOS are reported.
Crustacea decapoda : studies of the Plesionika narval (Fabricius, 1787) group ( Pandalidae ) with description of six new species
The specimens from the Atlantic identified as STIMPSON's species by LEMAITRE and GORE (1988) are identified as P. narval and P. longicauda (Rathbun, 1901).
Sur les Heterocarpus (Crustacea, Decapoda, Pandalidae) du sud-ouest de l'océan Indien: remarques sur d'autres espèces ouest-pacifiques du genre et description de quatre taxa nouveaux
Comparisons between specimens from Madagascar and La Réunion and specimens from the West-Pacific and from the Atlantic permit the consideration of variations associated with geographical areas and depths of sampling for H. lepidus from H. iricarinatus and two new species are described.
Taxonomy and Some Notes On the Biology of a New Caridean Shrimp, Plesionika Izumiae (Decapoda, Pandalidae)
[Eine neue Art, Plesionika izumiae (Decapoda, Caridea) aus der Suruga Bucht wird beschrieben. Die Art hat eine Gesamtlange von 30-45 mm. Sie last sich durch die Farbung des Korpers und die Lange der
The recent genera of the caridean and stenopodidean shrimps (Crustacea, Decapoda), with an appendix on the order Amphionidacea
This book is a revised and extend edition of the paper published by the Rijksmuseum van Natuurlijke Historie (presently named Nationaal Natuurhistorisch Museum) in 1955 as no. 26 of the Zoologische