DALATOMON DANG & HO, 2007, A SENIOR SYNONYM OF KEMPAMON YEO & NG, 2007 (BRACHYURA, POTAMIDAE) BY DARREN C. J. YEO 1,2,3 ) and PETER K. L. NG 1,4 ) 1 ) Department of Biological Sciences, National University of Singapore, 14 Science Drive 4, Singapore 117543, Republic of Singapore 2 ) Department of Biological Sciences, University of Notre Dame, Notre Dame, IN 46556, U.S.A. In a recent reappraisal of Asian potamid species previously assigned to “ Pota- mon Savigny, 1816”, Yeo & Ng (2007) established a new genus, Kempamon , for two species described from Vietnam by Kemp (1923), viz., Potamon ( Geotelphusa ) laevior and Potamon ( Geotelphusa ) loxophrys . The latter was designated the type species of Kempamon and illustrated (Yeo & Ng, 2007: 286, fig. 7). Unknown to us at the time of our publication, Dang & Ho (2007) had already described a new genus and species, Dalatomon soni , based on material collected from south- ern Vietnam in 2005. We only recently obtained this publication and it is clear that Dalatomon Dang & Ho, 2007, is identical with Kempamon Yeo & Ng, 2007, and is accordingly synonymized. As the publication date for Dalatomon
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