Lysmata zacae Armstrong, 1941, Rediscovery from Southern Japan and New Caledonia (Crustacea, Decapoda, Hippolytidae)
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Lysmata zacae Armstrong, 1941, previously known only by the type specimens from Savai'i Island, Western Samoa, is redescribed on the basis of two nonovigerous females and one ovigerous female newly collected from southern Japan and New Caledonia. The rediscovery of this species suggests that it is widespread in the western Pacific.
- Species Diversity
Species Diversity 1(1), 49-54, 1996-09-27
Japanese Society of Systematic Zoology