STENETRIIDAE Hansen, 1905

Kensley, B & Schotte, M, 2002, New species and records of Asellota from the Indian Ocean (Crustacea: Peracarida: Isopoda), Journal of Natural History 36, pp. 1421-1461: 1443

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STENETRIIDAE Hansen, 1905
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Family STENETRIIDAE Hansen, 1905  

Key to the genera of the Stenetriidae  

1 Eyes reniform, with ommatidia arranged in kidney shape, or eyes absent.... 2

– Eyes with ommatidia in roughly circular group........... 5

2 Pereopod 1 in male, carpus produced into posterodistal lobe....................... Hansenium Serov and Wilson, 1995  

– Pereopod 1 in male, carpus not produced............ 3

3 Pereopod 1 in male, propodus usually longer than width of palm...... 4

– Pereopod 1 in male, propodus usually as long as width of palm....................... Tenupedunculus Schultz, 1982  

4 Pleopod 1 in male, lateral margin angular... Lexcenium Serov and Wilson, 1999  

– Pleopod 1 in male, lateral margin evenly convex... Stenetrium Haswell, 1881  

5 Eyes consisting of three to Žve ommatidia............ 6

– Eyes consisting of eight or more ommatidia............ 8

6 Rostrum triangular.................. 7

– Rostrum short, anterior margin convex.... Liocoryphe Serov and Wilson, 1995  

7 Rostrum narrowly triangular; pereopod 1 in male, propodus about twice longer than palm width................. Stenobermuda Schultz, 1979  

– Rostrum broad-based, distally narrowed; pereopod 1 in male, propodus slightly longer than palm............ Tristenium Serov and Wilson, 1995  

8 Rostrum poorly deŽned or absent..... Mizothenar Serov and Wilson, 1995  

– Rostrum large, triangular or linguiform...... Protallocoxa Schultz, 1978