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Stomatopod Crustacea of the Western Atlantic

@inproceedings{Manning1969StomatopodCO,
  title={Stomatopod Crustacea of the Western Atlantic},
  author={Raymond B. Manning},
  year={1969}
}
The stomatopod fauna of the western Atlantic is far richer in number of species than previously believed. Sixty-two species, representing 18 genera and four families, are described and illustrated. Twenty-eight species have been added to the western Atlantic fauna, including 24 species described as a result of this study. Ten new species and one new subspecies are described in this report, and four other species, previously unrecorded from the area, are recognized. Complete synonymies are… 

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