A COMPLETE LARVAL DESCRIPTION OF PANDALUS JORDANI RATHBUN (DECAPODA, PANDALIDAE) AND ITS RELATION TO OTHER MEMBERS OF THE GENUS PANDALUS 1) BY PETER C. ROTHLISBERG CSIRO, Division of Fisheries and Oceanography, North-Eastern Regional Laboratory, P.O. Box 120, Cleveland, Queensland 4163, Australia INTRODUCTION The genus P andaluJ Leach, 1814, containing 12 to 13 species, is restricted to the northern hemisphere, all species occurring higher than 33° north latitude. The largest number of species (eight) occur in the north-eastern Pacific, followed by seven in the north-western Pacific and three in the northern Atlantic (table I). TABLE I Geographic distribution of species in the genus Pandalus Species Pacific Pacific Atlantic Atlantic Western Eastern Western Eastern P. boreali.r Kr6yer, 1838 + + + + P. danae Stimpson, 1857 + P. goniurus Stimpson, 1860 + + P. gurneyi Stimpson, 1871 + P. hypsinotus Brandt, 1851 1 + + P. jordani Rathbun, 1902 + P. ke.r.rleri Czern., 1878 + P. montagui Leach, 1814 + + P. montagui triden.r Rathbun, 1902 + P. platycero.r Brandt, 1851 1 + + P. pren.ror Stimpson, 1860 + P. propinquu.r Sars, 1869 + + P..rtenolepi.r Rathbun, 1902 + Totals 6 8 3 3 The descriptions of larvae, except for
Crustaceana – Brill
Published: Jan 1, 1980
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