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Phyllotymolinidae, nouvelle famille de Brachyoures Podotremata (Crustacea, Decapoda)

@article{Tavares1998PhyllotymolinidaeNF,
  title={Phyllotymolinidae, nouvelle famille de Brachyoures Podotremata (Crustacea, Decapoda)},
  author={Marcos Tavares},
  journal={Zoosystema},
  year={1998},
  volume={20},
  pages={109-122}
}
Une nouvelle famille de crabes, les Phyllotymolinidae, est decrite pour les genres Phyllotymolinum Tavares, 1993, le genre-type, Genkaia Miyake et Takeda, 1970 et Lonchodactylus Tavares et Lemaitre, 1996. Quatre especes sont incluses dans la nouvelle famille : Phyllotymolinum crosnieri Tavares, 1993 (Nouvelle-Caledonie et Vanuatu, 280-301 m) ; Genkaia gordonae Miyake et Takeda, 1970 (Japon, Tsushima, nord-est de Kyushu, 68-100 m) ; Genkaia keijii Tavares, 1993 (Nouvelle-Caledonie, 135-150 m) et… 

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