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Crustacea Decapoda : Deep-sea shrimps of the genus Plesionika Bate, 1888 (Pandalidae) from French Polynesia, with descriptions of five new species

  title={Crustacea Decapoda : Deep-sea shrimps of the genus Plesionika Bate, 1888 (Pandalidae) from French Polynesia, with descriptions of five new species},
  author={T. Y. Chan and Alain Crosnier},
Recent extensive deep-sea trappings in French Polynesian waters produced 21 species of shrimps belonging to the caridean genus Plesionika Bate, 1888. Seven of these have been described in detail before (CHAN & CROSNIER, 1991). The present report mainly deals with the remaining 14 species and has many interesting findings. P. ocellus (Bate, 1888) is actually a senior synonym of P. chacei Hayashi, 1986 and the name P. sindoi (Rathbun, 1906) has to be revived. P. macropoda Chace, 1939 and P… 
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