Redescription of Alpheus vladivostokiensis (Vinogradov, 1950), a large and conspicuous snapping shrimp from the northern Sea of Japan (Decapoda: Caridea: Alpheidae).

@article{Anker2016RedescriptionOA,
  title={Redescription of Alpheus vladivostokiensis (Vinogradov, 1950), a large and conspicuous snapping shrimp from the northern Sea of Japan (Decapoda: Caridea: Alpheidae).},
  author={Arthur Anker and Ivan N. Marin and Paulo P G Pachelle and Tomoyuki Komai},
  journal={Zootaxa},
  year={2016},
  volume={4127 1},
  pages={
          171-84
        }
}
The poorly described Alpheus vladivostokiensis (Vinogradov, 1950) comb. [] Key Result Alpheus vladivostokiensis is closely related to A. japonicus Miers, 1879, a species occurring in deeper waters of Japan, Korea, China and Taiwan. All previous records of A. japonicus from the Russian Far East are reassigned to A. vladivostokiensis.

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