Upogebiidae Borradaile, 1903 from the Andaman Sea, collected by the Phuket Marine Biological Center, Thailand, with seven new species, presented in revised keys (Thalassinidea Latreille, 1831)

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A biodiversity workshop under the title “International Workshop on the Crustacea of the Andaman Sea” was held at Phuket Marine Biological Center (PMBC), Phuket, Thailand, from 29 November to 20 December 1998 in the framework of the Thai-Danish BIOSHELF programme, running from 1996 to 2000. Material of the decapod crustacean families Callianassidae Dana, 1852 and Upogebiidae Borradaile, 1903, collected in 1996 and 1998, has been made available for study. As a sequel to the report on the callianassid collections, published in 2002 (Phuket Marine Biological Center Special Publication, 23(2): 461-532 [2002]), the upogebiid collections, are treated in the present paper, with as a result records of seven species of the genus Paragebicula Sakai, 2006, including five new species, and three species of the genus Upogebia Leach, 1814, including two new species. All species are presented in revised keys to the subfamilies, genera, and species of the family Upogebiidae Borradaile, 1903.

Upogebiidae Borradaile, 1903 from the Andaman Sea, collected by the Phuket Marine Biological Center, Thailand, with seven new species, presented in revised keys (Thalassinidea Latreille, 1831)

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    Paragebicula berggreni sp. nov. A, Carapace, dorsal view; B, same, lateral view; C, P1, lateral view; D, P2, lateral view; E, P3, lateral view; F, P4, lateral view; G, P5, lateral view; H, abdominal somite 6, telson, uropodal endopod and exopod on left side, dorsal view. A-H, PMBC 27250, holotype male (TL/CL, 10.1/3.4 mm), BIOSHELF st. C-1, 009°00′N 098°02′E. Scale, 1 mm.

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    Paragebicula bussarawiti sp. nov. A, Carapace, dorsal view; B, same, lateral view; C, P1, mesial view; D, P2 lateral view; E, abdominal somite 6, telson, and uropodal endopod and exopod on left side, dorsal view. A-E, PMBC 27253, holotype male (TL/CL, 10.0/3.6 mm), BIOSHELF st. L-1, 006°46′N 099°21′E, 38 m, sandy mud with shell fragments. Scale, 1 mm.

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    Paragebicula edentata (Lin, Ngoc-Ho & T. Y. Chan, 2001). A, Carapace, dorsal view; B, anterior part of carapace, lateral view; C, abdominal somite 6, telson and uropodal endopod and exopod on right side, dorsal view. A-C, PMBC 27252, female (TL/CL, 17.0/5.2 mm), P1-4 detached, BIOSHELF st. H-1, 007°45′N 098°16′E, mud. Scale, 1 mm.

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    Paragebicula edentata (Lin, Ngoc-Ho & T. Y. Chan, 2001). A, P1, mesial view; B, P2, lateral view; C, P3, mesial view; D, P4, lateral view. Detached appendages, either from PMBC 27251, male (TL/CL, 16.0/5.2 mm), or belonging to PMBC 27252, female (TL/CL, 17.0/5.2 mm), P1-4 detached, BIOSHELF st. H-1, 007°45′N 098°16′E, mud. Scale, 1 mm.

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    Paragebicula monoceros (De Man, 1905). A, Carapace, dorsal view; B, same, lateral view; C, abdominal somite 6, telson, and uropodal endopod and exopod on right side, dorsal view. A-C, ZMUC-CRU-4755, male (TL/CL, 12.0/3.8 mm, lacking P1-5), BIOSHELF st. H-3, 007°45′N 097°46′E, 71 m, coarse sand. Scale, 1 mm.

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    Paragebicula oleseni sp. nov. A, Gastric region of carapace, dorsal view; B, same, lateral view; C, abdominal somite 6, telson, and uropodal endopod and exopod on left side, dorsal view. A-C, PMBC 27254, holotype male (CL, 3.7 mm), BIOSHELF st. A-2, 009°30′N 097°51′E, 61 m, sandy mud, fine sand and shell fragments. Scale, 1 mm.

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    Paragebicula setaerostrata sp. nov. A, Carapace, dorsal view; B, gastric region of carapace, dorsal view; C, carapace lateral view; D, abdominal somite 6, telson, and uropodal endopod and exopod on right side, dorsal view. A-D, PMBC 27246, holotype male (TL/CL, 15.5/4.2 mm, P4 on left side and P4-5 on right side missing), BIOSHELF st. L-2, gear BC, 006°46′N 099°04′E, soft mud, 59 m. Scale, 1 mm.

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    Paragebicula setaerostrata sp. nov. A, Mxp3, lateral view; B, P1, lateral view; C, P1, mesial view; D, P2, lateral view; E, P3, lateral view. A-B, D-E, PMBC 27246, holotype male (TL/CL, 15.5/4.2 mm), BIOSHELF st. L-2, 006°46′N 099°04′E, soft mud, 59 m; C, PMBC 27248, male (TL/CL, 13.0/4.0 mm), BIOSHELF st. J-2, 007°15′N 098°48′E, soft mud, 63 m. Scale, 1 mm.

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    Paragebicula waikuli sp. nov. A, Carapace, dorsal view; B, same, lateral view; C, abdominal somite 6, telson, uropodal endopod and exopod on right side, dorsal view. A-C, PMBC 27255, holotype male (TL/CL, 10.0/3.4 mm), BIOSHELF st. G-2, 007°59′N 098°08′E, muddy sand, 72 m. Scale, 1 mm.

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    Paragebicula waikuli sp. nov. A, P1, lateral view; B, P1 dactylus, propodus, and carpus, mesial view; C, P2, lateral view; D, P3, lateral view; E, P4, lateral view. A-E, PMBC 27255, holotype male (TL/CL, 10.0/3.4 mm), BIOSHELF st. G-2, 007°59′N 098°08′E, muddy sand, 72 m. Scale, 1 mm.

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    Upogebia jacobseni sp. nov. A, Carapace, dorsal view; B, anterior part of carapace, lateral view; C, distal part of P1, mesial view; D, P1, lateral view; E, P2 lateral view; F, abdominal somite 6, telson, and uropodal endopod and exopod on left side, dorsal view. A-F, PMBC 27264, holotype male (TL/CL, 14.0/5.7 mm), BIOSHELF st. J-1, 007°15′N 099°03′E, 76 m, no data on sediment. Scale, 1 mm.

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    Upogebia andamanensis sp. nov. A, Carapace, dorsal view; B, same, lateral view; C, abdominal somite 6, telson, and uropodal endopod and exopod on left side, dorsal view. A-C, PMBC 27260, holotype female (TL/CL, 32.0/10.3 mm; Mxp3-P5 on right side and P1-4 on left side detached), BIOSHELF st. J-1, 007°15′N 099°03′E, 42 m, 23.ii.1998. Scale, 1 mm.

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    Upogebia andamanensis sp. nov. A, Mxp3, lateral view; B, P1 carpus to dactylus, lateral view; C, P1, mesial view; D, P1 carpus to dactylus, mesial view; E, P1 carpus to dactylus, mesial view. A-D, F, PMBC 27260, holotype female (TL/CL, 32.0/10.3 mm; Mxp3-P5 on right side and P1-4 on left side detached), BIOSHELF st. J-1, 007°15′N 099°03′E, 42 m, 23.ii.1998; E, PMBC 27261, male (TL/CL, 20.0/6.7 mm; Mxp3-P5 detached), BIOSHELF st. J-48, 007°15′N 098°34′E, 79 m, muddy sand, 4.v.1996. Scale, 1 mm.

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    Upogebia spinifrons (Haswell, 1881). A, Gastric region of carapace, dorsal view; B, carapace, lateral view; C, Pl, lateral view; D, P2, lateral view; E, abdominal somite 6, telson, and uropodal endopod and exopod on right side, dorsal view. A-E, PMBC 27266, female (TL/CL, 32.0/9.1 mm), BIOSHELF st. J-1, 007°15′N 099°03′E, 76 m, no data on sediment. Scale, 1 mm.

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