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Three genera removed from the synonymy of Pinnotheres Bosc, 1802 (Brachyura: Pinnotheridae)

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  title={Three genera removed from the synonymy of Pinnotheres Bosc, 1802 (Brachyura: Pinnotheridae)},
  author={Raymond B. Manning},
  year={1993}
}
— Three genera, Arcotheres Burger, 1895, Holothuriophilus Nauck, 1880, and Zaops Rathbun, 1900, are removed from the synonymy of Pinnotheres Bosc, 1802. Arcotheres contains only its type species from the IndoWest Pacific, A. palaensis (Burger, 1895). Holothuriophilus is represented by two species from the eastern Pacific, its type species H. trapeziformis Nauck, 1880 and H. pacificus (Poeppig, 1836), a senior synonym of if. silvestrii (Nobili, 1901), a species previously assigned to Pinnaxodes… 

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