Aegla riolimayana Schmitt, 1942,

Bond-Buckup, Georgina, Jara, Carlos G., Buckup, Ludwig, Bueno, Alessandra A. P., Pérez-Losada, Marcos & Crandall, Keith A., 2010, Description of a new species of Aeglidae, and new records of related species from river basins in Argentina (Crustacea, Anomura), Zootaxa 2343, pp. 18-30: 25-26

publication ID

http://doi.org/ 10.5281/zenodo.193342

persistent identifier

http://treatment.plazi.org/id/03AD87BD-4360-FFDC-EC93-F8BF6641FE05

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Plazi

scientific name

Aegla riolimayana Schmitt, 1942
status

 

Aegla riolimayana Schmitt, 1942 

Diagnosis. Anterolateral spine of carapace not reaching basis of cornea; posterior margins of areola convergent; rostrum of medium length in adult males, styliform, carinate along its entire length; front wide, anterior angle of ventral margin of epimera 2 with small spine; outer proximal margin of moveable finger of cheliped with rudimentary lobe; palmar crest present, subrectangular, indented, with tubercles; inner margin of ventral face of ischium of cheliped with only two tubercles; dorsal margin of merus of second pereiopod unornamented, with setae. (Modified from Bond-Buckup & Buckup 1994.)

New records. ARGENTINA: River Chimehuin, Junin de Los Andes, 39 º 59 ' 17 "S, 71 º 3 ' 36.2 "W; 776m, 26.iii. 2007 ( UFRGS 4407, 1M, 15 F).

Former distribution. ARGENTINA: Western and southern Province of Neuquén. CHILE: Southern Province of Cautin; Provinces of Valdivia, Osorno, and Llanquihue; and Chilóe Island ( Bond-Buckup & Buckup 1994; Bahamonde et al. 1998).

Present distribution. ARGENTINA: Patagonian River systems in Neuquén Province. CHILE: Province of Valdivia (only in the basin of the San Pedro River - Calle Calle); Osorno: Lake Puyehue; Chilóe Island.

UFRGS

Universidade Federale do Rio Grande do Sul

Kingdom

Animalia

Phylum

Arthropoda

Class

Malacostraca

Order

Decapoda

Family

Aeglidae

Genus

Aegla