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Image from page 583 of “Annals of the South African Museum = Annale van die Suid-Afrikaanse Museum” (1898)
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Title: Annals of the South African Museum = Annale van die Suid-Afrikaanse Museum
Year: 1898 (1890s)
Authors: South African Museum
Subjects: Natural history
Publisher: Cape Town : The Museum
Contributing Library: Smithsonian Institution Libraries
Digitizing Sponsor: Biodiversity Heritage Library
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ugh members of the genus occur in thewarm-water regions of the Indo-West Pacific (Murano 1995a), only 15 of the 50 knownspecies occur in the Western Indian Ocean (Table 1). Samples at Grande Comore were collected at night with a small benthic sled towedover scattered patches of low reef, interspersed with patches of coral sand and weed. Typespecimens are lodged in the South African Museum, Iziko Museums of Cape Town. DESCRIPTION OF MATERIAL Anisomysis unispinosa sp. nov.Figs 1-4 Type species SAM-A45145. Adult male from Le Galawa reef flat on Grande Comore (11 °2207S,43°1913E). Collected by T. Wooldridge, 28 October 1997. Paratypes SAM-A45146. Three adult males and three adult females. Description Morphological characteristics described refer to both sexes, unless otherwise stated.Carapace short, posterodorsal margin emarginated and rounded medially (Fig. 1A).Frontal margin produced into short rostrum covering the base of eyestalks; apex narrowly 92 ANNALS OF THE SOUTH AFRICAN MUSEUM
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Figure 2 Anisomysis unispinosa sp. nov. Adult male: (A) second thoracic limb. (B) fourth thoracic limb. (C) fifth thoracic limb. MYSIDACEA FROM THE COMOROS ARCHIPELAGO 93
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