Two northwestern Pacific species of the munnopsid subfamily Eurycopinae, Eurycope pavlenkoi Gurjanova, 1933 and E. ochotensis Kussakin, 1979 are transferred to the other genus of the subfamily, Baeonectes Wilson, 1982, on the basis of the following characteristics: short truncated epipod of maxilliped, broad rostrum without distinct margins, absence of a distomedial lobe of the article 1 of antenna 1, mandible with broad, rounded molar and long condyle and pereonites 5–7 fused dorsomedially. Based on the mentioned characters E. pygmaea G.O. Sars, 1870, which was put into the genus Tytthocope Wilson & Hessler, 1981 is also suggested to be transferred into the genus Baeonectes. After the clarification of the taxonomical position of the species, the geographical range of the genus Baeonectes expanded. In the Sea of Japan the genus was registered for the first time.
Russian Journal of Marine Biology – Springer Journals
Published: May 8, 2010
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