Stomatopod Crustacea collected by the Galathea Expedition, 1950-1952, with a list of Stomatopoda known from depths below 400 meters

@inproceedings{Manning1991StomatopodCC,
  title={Stomatopod Crustacea collected by the Galathea Expedition, 1950-1952, with a list of Stomatopoda known from depths below 400 meters},
  author={Raymond B. Manning},
  year={1991}
}
Manning, Raymond B. Stomatopod Crustacea Collected by the Galathea Expedition, 1950-1952, with a List of Stomatopoda Known from Depths below 400 Meters. Smithsonian Contributions to Zoology, number 521, 18 pages, 12 figures, 1991.—Thirty-five species taken by the Galathea expedition are reported, most from shallow water stations. The seventeen species of Stomatopoda known with certainty to live in depths greater than 400 meters are listed. Acaenosquilla, new genus, is recognized for two species… 

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