Resurrection and neotype designation of Pilumnus spinulosus Kessler, 1861 (Crustacea: Decapoda)

@inproceedings{Marin2019ResurrectionAN,
  title={Resurrection and neotype designation of Pilumnus spinulosus Kessler, 1861 (Crustacea: Decapoda)},
  author={Ivan N. Marin and d’Acoz C. d’Udekem},
  year={2019}
}
some older local studies were overlooked. Representatives of the brachyuran genus Pilumnus Leach, 1816 (Decapoda: Pilumnidae), occurring along the Russian coasts of the Black Sea, were re-named several times with several subspecies described [Markuzen, 1868; Czerniavsky, 1868, 1884; Băcescu, 1967; Kobjakova, Dolgopolskaya, 1969; Spiridonov, Petryashov, 2011; Anosov et al., 2012; Anosov, Ignatyev, 2016; Marin, 2018]. Recently published data, based on both morphological and DNA analysis (see… 

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