The fossil record of Glypturus (Decapoda: Axiidea: Callianassidae) revisited with additional observations and description of a new species

@article{Hyn2013TheFR,
  title={The fossil record of Glypturus (Decapoda: Axiidea: Callianassidae) revisited with additional observations and description of a new species},
  author={Mat{\'u}{\vs} Hy{\vz}n{\'y} and Ali Bahrami and Adi{\"e}l A. Klompmaker and Mehdi Yazdi and Roger W. Portell and Christian Neumann},
  journal={Swiss Journal of Palaeontology},
  year={2013},
  volume={132},
  pages={129-139}
}
The extent of propodal tuberculation is considered taxonomically important for species of the callianassid genus Glypturus (Decapoda: Axiidea). Based on cheliped material from the Middle-Late Miocene of Iran, Glypturuspersicus n. sp. is described here. It possesses no tuberculation on the outer surface of the major propodus, whereas its inner surface is moderately to heavily tuberculated in terms of its extent. It resembles extant Glypturus armatus, but this species is completely smooth on both… 
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