ON A NEW SPECIES OF PRAWN, PALAEMONETES CAMRANHI N. SP., FROM BRACKISH WATER OF SOUTH VIET NAM (DECAPODA, CARIDEA) BY NGUYEN VAN XUÂN Faculty of Fisheries, University of Agriculture and Forestry, Thu Duc, Ho Chi Minh ville, South Viet Nam ABSTRACT A new species of the genus Palaemonetes was discovered in brackish water in South Viet Nam. It is the second species of Palaemonetes now known from East Asia. A description and illustrations are provided. RÉSUMÉ Une nouvelle espèce du genre Palaemonetes a été découverte en eau saumâtre dans le sud du Viet Nam. C'est la seconde espèce du genre maintenant connue de l'est de l'Asie. Elle est décrite et figurée. INTRODUCTION So far the genus Palaemonetes was only known in East Asia from a single species, P. sinensis (Sollaud, 1911). The species often indicated as Palaemo- netes tonkinensis was recently (Bruce, 1989: 176-187) restored to its own genus Coutierella Sollaud. The occurrence of the genus in Southeast Asia narrows one of the gaps that exist in its known range. The abbreviation tl. is used for total length, measured from the tip of the rostrum to that of the telson in the fully stretched animal; cl. indicates carapace
Crustaceana – Brill
Published: Jan 1, 1997
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