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Découverte en mer du Corail d'une deuxième espèce de glyphéide (Crustacea, Decapoda, Glypheoidea)

@article{Forges2006DcouverteEM,
  title={D{\'e}couverte en mer du Corail d'une deuxi{\`e}me esp{\`e}ce de glyph{\'e}ide (Crustacea, Decapoda, Glypheoidea)},
  author={Bertrand Richer de Forges},
  journal={Zoosystema},
  year={2006},
  volume={28},
  pages={17-29}
}
Une nouvelle espece de glypheide du genre jusqu'a present monotypique Neoglyphea Forest & de Saint Laurent, 1975, N. neocaledonica n. sp., a ete capturee dans les eaux profondes de la mer du Corail. Apres une description de l'unique specimen femelle, une comparaison morphologique est faite avec l'autre espece du genre, N. inopinata Forest & de Saint Laurent, 1975. Les deux especes se distinguent aisement par de nombreux caracteres: chez N. neocaledonica n. sp. la forme generale du corps est… 

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