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The "Plesionika rostricrescentis (Bate, 1888)" and "P. lophotes Chace, 1985" species groups of Plesionika Bate, 1888, with descriptions of five new species (Crustacea: Decapoda: Pandalidae)

  title={The "Plesionika rostricrescentis (Bate, 1888)" and "P. lophotes Chace, 1985" species groups of Plesionika Bate, 1888, with descriptions of five new species (Crustacea: Decapoda: Pandalidae)},
  author={T. Chan},
Avant la presente etude, les deux seules especes du genre Plesionika presentant une crete rostrale elevee etaient Plesionika rostricrescentis (Bate, 1888) et P. lophotes Chace, 1985. L'espece recemment decrite, P. erythrocyclus Chan & Crosnier, 1997 a une crete rostrale basse mais est clairement affiliee a P. rostricrescentis. Une etude attentive d'un abondant materiel recolte par les campagnes MUSORSTOM et a Taiwan, a revele qu'il y a au moins 8 especes dans le complexe d'especes P… Expand

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