Tetraliidae and Trapeziidae (Crustacea, Decapoda, Brachyura) from the Early Eocene of Monte Magrè (Vicenza, NE Italy)

@inproceedings{Angeli2013TetraliidaeAT,
  title={Tetraliidae and Trapeziidae (Crustacea, Decapoda, Brachyura) from the Early Eocene of Monte Magrè (Vicenza, NE Italy)},
  author={Antonio De Angeli and Loris Ceccon},
  year={2013}
}
The decapod crustaceans of the families Tetraliidae and Trapeziidae from the Early Eocene (middle-late Ypresian) of Monte Magre (Schio, Vicenza, NE Italy), are described. The specimens are assigned to Eurotetralia loerenthey (Muller, 1975) n. gen., Tetralia vicetina n. sp. (Tetraliidae Castro, Ng & Ahyong, 2004); Archaeotetra lessinea n. sp., Eomaldivia trispinosa Muller & Collins, 1991, Paratetralia convexa Beschin, Busulini, De Angeli & Tessier, 2007, and Paratetralia sulcata n. sp… 

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