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Crustacea Deacapoda: Stylodactylidae en Indonésie, aux îles Wallis et Futuna et au Vanuatu (campagnes KARUBAR, MUSORSTOM 7 et 8): Données complémentaires sur les Stylodactylidae de Nouvelle-Calédonie = Crustacea Decapoda: Stylodactilidae collected in Indonesia, the Wallis and Futuna islands and the Vanuatu (KARUBAR, MUSORSTOM 7 and 8 cruises). Additional information on the Stylodactilidae from New Caledonia
Cleva, R. (1997). Crustacea Deacapoda: Stylodactylidae en Indonésie, aux îles Wallis et Futuna et au Vanuatu (campagnes KARUBAR, MUSORSTOM 7 et 8): Données complémentaires sur les Stylodactylidae de Nouvelle-Calédonie = Crustacea Decapoda: Stylodactilidae collected in Indonesia, the Wallis and Futuna islands and the Vanuatu (KARUBAR, MUSORSTOM 7 and 8 cruises). Additional information on the Stylodactilidae from New Caledonia, in: Résultats des campagnes MUSORSTOM. 16: pp. 385-408
In: (1997). Résultats des campagnes MUSORSTOM. Musée d'Histoire Naturelle, Paris: Paris. 1-667 pp., more

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  • Cleva, R.

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    Crustacea Decapoda: Stylodactylidae collected in Indonesia, the Wallis and Futuna Islands and the Vanuatu (KARUBAR, MUSORSTOM 7 and 8 cruises). Additional information on the Stylodactylidae from New Caledonia. During the French-Indonesian expedition KARUBAR off Kai and Tanimbar Islands (Moluccas) in 1991, eight species of Stylodactylidae were collected. One of these species, Parastylodactylus moluccensis was new. Two other species, Parastylodactylus richeri Cleva, 1990, and Neostylodactylus affinis Hayashi & Miyake, 1968, are recorded from the region for the first time and the remaining five species, Stylodactylus tokarensis Zarenkov, 1968, S. multidentatus Kubo, 1942, S. libratus Chace, 1983, Parastylodactylus bimaxillaris (Bate, 1888), and Stylodactylus licinus Chace, 1983, are already known from the Indonesian area, the last one having been recorded recently by TAKEDA and HANAMURA (1994). On the other hand, some specimens, at first identified doubtfully as Stylodactylus libratus, and related to Stylodactylus pubescens Burukovsky, 1990, have been causing trouble to us, and we have not find till now a satisfying solution: they are mentionned here as Stylodactylus sp. Stylodactylus brevidactylus Cleva, 1990, considering the variability observed through 49 specimens of S. multidentatus Kubo collected during this cruise, is synonymised with this species. We added to the indonesian material, for each different species, the specimens collected recently from Wallis and Futuna, the Vanuatu and New-Caledonia. The species from these three countries which have not been collected during the KARUBAR expedition are mentionned at the end of this study.

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