Tanaidomorphan Systematics—Is it Obsolete?

@article{Larsen1998TanaidomorphanSI,
  title={Tanaidomorphan Systematics—Is it Obsolete?},
  author={Kim Larsen and George D. F. Wilson},
  journal={Journal of Crustacean Biology},
  year={1998},
  volume={18},
  pages={346-362}
}
A new species of the genus Bathytanais is described and its impact on the unstable taxonomy of the family Paratanaidae is discussed. A full description of the adult female and the manca of Bathytanais juergeni, new species, is presented. Males remain unknown for the genus. Scanning electron micrographs of B. juergeni reveal that the carapace consists of articulated plates, not a uniform carapace, and that the coxae of pereiopods 4-6 are expanded to form sternal plates. The genus Bathytanais is… Expand
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