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A new species of the genus Michelea Kensley & Heard, 1991, M. takeda, from the Beibu Gulf (Tonkin Gulf), northern South China Sea, is described and illustrated. The new species is closely allied to M. leura (Poore & Griffin, 1979) but differs markedly in its wider rostrum, the lower margin of the propodus of pereopod 1 being distinctly convex and the shorter uropodal endopod. This genus is recorded for the first time from Chinese waters.

In: Studies on Eumalacostraca: a homage to Masatsune Takeda

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A new species of the genus Michelea Kensley & Heard, 1991, M. takeda, from the Beibu Gulf (Tonkin Gulf), northern South China Sea, is described and illustrated. The new species is closely allied to M. leura (Poore & Griffin, 1979) but differs markedly in its wider rostrum, the lower margin of the propodus of pereopod 1 being distinctly convex and the shorter uropodal endopod. This genus is recorded for the first time from Chinese waters.

In: Studies on Eumalacostraca: a homage to Masatsune Takeda
In: Studies on Malacostraca: Lipke Bijdeley Holthuis Memorial Volume
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This volume is devoted to the memory of the eminent carcinologist Professor Ruiyu Liu (1922-2012) of the Institute of Oceanology of Chinese Academy of Sciences, Qingdao, China. Since 1949, Professor Liu had devoted his life to studying taxonomy, systematics, ecology, zoogeography and aquaculture and published a total of more than 210 papers and monographs. He described two new genera, fifty-two new species and one new subspecies, including not only crustaceans but also cnidarians, polychaetes and molluscs. In this volume forty of his friends and colleagues put together sixteen papers to honour Professor Liu, and named after him three new genera and eleven new species.
First published as a Special Issue of Crustaceana 93(11-12): 1233-1546.
In: Studies on the Taxonomy of Crustaceans
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A new species of the upogebiid mud shrimp genus Austinogebia Ngoc-Ho, , A. liui n. sp., collected from the Bohai Sea, is described and illustrated. It is closely similar to A. takaoensis (Sakai & Türkay, ) and A. spinifrons (Haswell, ) in the fixed finger of the male pereopod 1 bearing a large blunt tooth on the outer (or lateral) surface, but differs markedly from the latter two in the rostrum being 1.7 times as long as its basal width, and the lower margin of the antennal peduncle being unarmed, respectively.

In: Crustaceana

Anthurid isopods collected from the river courses in Shanghai, China, are described as a new species, Cyathura shanghaiensis, representing the first record of the genus in fresh waters of China.

In: Crustaceana

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Eucalliaxiopsis liui sp. nov. is described from a specimen taken from the South China Sea. The new species differs from other species of Eucalliaxiopsis in the combination of a telson with a transverse posterior margin, without a transverse row of spiniform setae, and a hook on the upper margin of the carpus of the cheliped. Eucalliaxiopsis liui is unique in having a biramous female pleopod 2, its endopod slender, with finger-like appendix interna, and a slender segmented exopod.

In: Studies on the Taxonomy of Crustaceans
In: Crustaceana