Polychelidae

 
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2013
2013
The collection of deep-sea blind lobsters (Polychelidae), comprising eight species in three genera: Pentacheles Spence Bate, 1878… (More)
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2009
2009
– Polychelids collected by joint Taiwanese/French deepwater trawling around Taiwan are reported. Nine species in two genera of… (More)
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2009
2009
Stereomastis nana was the most abundant species of Polychelidae collected by otter trawl on the continental slope of the Middle… (More)
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2008
2008
Two new species and a new record of Polycheles are reported from Australia together with notes on the distribution of species… (More)
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2007
2007
..............................................................................................................................................................................2 Introduction ......................................................................................................................................................................... 2 Materials and methods ........................................................................................................................................................ 2 SYSTEMATICS.................................................................................................................................................................. 3 Galatheidae Samouelle, 1819 ..............................................................................................................................................3 Munidopsinae Ortmann, 1898 .............................................................................................................................................3 Galacantha quiquei Macpherson, 2007 .......................................................................................................................3 Galacantha rostrata A. Milne-Edwards, 1880 ............................................................................................................ 4 Munidopsis bractea sp. nov. .........................................................................................................................................5 Munidopsis norfanz sp. nov. ........................................................................................................................................7 Munidopsis treis Ahyong & Poore, 2004 ...................................................................................................................10 Galatheinae Samouelle, 1819 ............................................................................................................................................11 Agononida eminens (Baba, 1988) ..............................................................................................................................11 Agononida marini (Macpherson, 1994) ..................................................................................................................... 11 Agononida nielbrucei Vereshchaka, 2005 ..................................................................................................................11 Agononida procera Ahyong & Poore, 2004 .............................................................................................................. 13 Allogalathea elegans (Adams & White, 1848) ..........................................................................................................13 Galathea tanegashimae Baba, 1969 .......................................................................................................................... 14 Leiogalathea laevirostris (Balss, 1913) ..................................................................................................................... 14 Munida acacia sp. nov. ..............................................................................................................................................15 Munida cerisa sp. nov. ...............................................................................................................................................19 Munida collier sp. nov. ..............................................................................................................................................22 Munida endeavourae Ahyong & Poore, 2004 ...........................................................................................................25 Munida exilis sp. nov. ................................................................................................................................................25 Munida howensis sp. nov. ..........................................................................................................................................28 Munida isos Ahyong & Poore, 2004 ..........................................................................................................................31 Munida icela sp. nov. .................................................................................................................................................31 Munida redacta sp. nov. ............................................................................................................................................34 Munida rubrimana sp. nov. .......................................................................................................................................36 Munida tangaroa sp. nov. ..........................................................................................................................................38 Paramunida labis Macpherson, 1996 ........................................................................................................................ 41 Phylladiorhynchus cf. pusillus (Henderson, 1885) ....................................................................................................42 Phylladiorhynchus integrirostis .................................................................................................................................42 Tasmanida gen. nov. ..................................................................................................................................................43 Tasmanida norfolkae sp. nov. ....................................................................................................................................45 Polychelidae Wood-Mason, 1874 .....................................................................................................................................47 Pentacheles laevis Bate, 1878.................................................................................................................................... 47 
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2006
2006
Deep-sea blind lobsters (Polychelidae) from Fiji, Tonga, the Solomon Islands, and Austral Islands are studied. We report the fi… (More)
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2000
Review
2000
The polychelids are large, uncommon, primitive decapods that inhabit the depths of the world oceans down to 5000 m, between… (More)
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2000
2000
—Decapod crustaceans bearing major claws with long, slender fingers armed with pectinate (comblike) denticles have been described… (More)
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1995
Review
1995
Twenty-three species of deep-water lobsters in the families Nephropidae, Palinuridae, Polychelidae and Scyllaridae are recorded… (More)
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