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Description and biology of a new species of pelagic penaeid shrimp, Bentheogennema burkenroadi, from the Northeastern Pacific

@article{Krygier1975DescriptionAB,
  title={Description and biology of a new species of pelagic penaeid shrimp, Bentheogennema burkenroadi, from the Northeastern Pacific},
  author={Earl E. Krygier and Robert A. Wasmer},
  journal={Fishery Bulletin},
  year={1975},
  volume={73},
  pages={737-746}
}
The new species of pelagic penaeid shrimp lacks the richly plumose arthrobranch described for the genus and has a single pair of terminal spines on the telson. It is found mainly in transitional water of the North Pacific between 500 and 1,000 m by day and 150 and 1,000 m at night. Examination of testes and ovaries, and the structures of the petasma and thelycum, indicates a 4-5 mo spawning season and an equal male to female sex ratio. Generation time was estimated to be 2 yr. 

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