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Caprella californica Stimpson, [sensu lato] is one of the dominant species of Caprella spp. (Crustacea: Amphipoda) along the Pacific coast of Mexico to Canada and Japan to Hong Kong, China, and recently widely reported from the Australian coasts. Detailed morphological comparison of C. californica [sensu lato] collected from California and the Uwa Cited by: 6.
An undoubtedly closely related clade of Caprella species with an occipital spine is distributed in warm waters all over the world. Its members are divided in those with and those without ventral spines; the species collected in the Mediterranean shows no ventral processes, therefore is close to Caprella scaura scaura, described from Mauritius by Templeton () as.
A new species of Pedroplax (Decapoda, Brachyura, Goneplacidae) from the Coral Sea, and a new record of Pedroplax megalops from north-western Australia FUJITA, YOSHIHISA, First zoea of Porcellanopagurus truncatifrons Takeda, (Decapoda, Anomura, Paguridae) described from laboratory-hatched material HANAMURA, YUKIO & ISAO TSUTSUI, A new.
InW. Weber described Buellia saurina from aeolian sandstone in the Dinosaur National Monument in Utah, U.S.A. In his description, Weber mentioned several characters that are rather unusual for the genus Buellia, especially a lemon yellow thallus and a violet-brown hymenium.
Careful re-examination of material at ASU and the holotype from COLO demonstrates that the species. Abstract. A study of the goneplacid crabs (Goneplacidae) collected in the Mozambique Channel, southwestern Indian Ocean by the MAINBAZA expedition along the Mozambique coast and the MIRIKI expedition off northwestern Madagascar revealed the presence of four species, one of which is described as a new species of Pycnoplax Castro, The new species differs.
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A new caprellid amphipod, Caprella tavolarensis n. sp., is described based on specimens collected from a Posidonia oceanica seagrass meadow at the Tavolara-Punta Coda Cavallo Marine Protected Area (Sardinia, Mediterranean Sea). The species is close to Caprella liparotensis, but can be clearly distinguished by smaller size, presence of a short rostrum.
Hishimonus Ishihara is a large genus of leafhoppers widely distributed in Asia, Africa, and Australia. Its greatest diversity appears to be in the Oriental region where recent investigations on Hishimonus suggest much of the diversity remains undocumented. In the present study, twenty-eight species of the leafhopper genus Hishimonus Ishihara from China are reviewed based.
Descriptions of new orders, classes, or phyla are extremely rare; a new order is described in fewer than 1 in 1, taxonomic publications, a new class in 1 in 4, and a new phylum in about 1 in 10, (figure ) (Winston and Metzger ).
The material collected, based on surveys conducted from tocomprised 11 species. A new genus Selvacaprella gen. nov., and three new species. Syngnathidae) with descriptions of nine new species.
Records of the Australian Museum 53(3): – Records of the Australian Museum () Vol. – ISSN In compiling information for a book on the syngnathid fishes of the world (Kuiter, ), it became clear that despite. The amphipod Caprella andreae Mayer, was recorded for the first time in Southern Iberian Peninsula (36°44'15″N, 3°59'38″W).
This species is the only obligate rafter of the suborder. Six new species (Aciconula australiensis n. sp., Caprella traudlae n. sp., Pseudaeginella vaderi n. sp., Orthoprotella nana n. sp., Pseudoprotella soela n.
and Pseudoprotomima grandimana n. sp.) are described as new for Science. Lateral view figures of all the species, together with a key to species level, are also provided.
The presence of caprellid amphipod, Caprella scauroides is confirmed for the first time from New Zealand waters through two separate sample submissions received by the Ministry for Primary Industries (MPI) Marine Invasives Taxonomic Service (MITS) during Mayboth from Ōkahu Bay, Waitematā Harbour, from swing mooring ropes.A subsequent report (November ) recorded the species.
Caprella scaura is thought to come from the western Indian Ocean and was first recorded in the Atlanto-Mediterranean region in the Lagoon of Venice in Since then the species has rapidly spread throughout the Mediterranean Sea and it has.
The species in that case will anticipate the genus. In re Slayter, F.2d, USPQ(CCPA ); In re Gosteli, F.2d10 USPQ2d (Fed. Cir. ) (Gosteli claimed a genus of 21 specific chemical species of bicyclic thia.
Description: Body smooth or with only few spines. Peduncle of antenna 1 usually with numerous setules. Ratio of total length to length of the basis of gnathopod 2 usually less thaninner surface of gnathopod 2 with a small tooth adjacent to the poison tooth.
Mouthparts typical of genus, right lacinia mobilis 5-toothed.Preview this book» What people are Description of a new Species of the Genus Chameleon By Mr SAMUEL. Observations on the Genus Hosackia and the American Loti.
Characters of EMBIA a Genus of Insects allied to the White Ants. De Marchantieis Auctore THOMA TAYLOR M D S L S. To be effectively published (Arts. 29–31), i.e. to be made available, a description of a new species must be published in a journal that can be read by the scientific community.
Species published in newspaper articles, or mentioned in oral presentations at scientific meetings, for example, are not considered effectively published.