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      Primer hallazgo de Salmoneus carvachoi Anker, 2007 (crustacea: decapoda: alpheidae) en aguas de Venezuela Translated title: First record of Salmoneus carvachoi Anker, 2007 (crustacea: decapoda: alpheidae) in waters of Venezuela

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          Los Alpheidae son un grupo de camarones carideos caracterizados, entre otros aspectos, por presentar los ojos total o parcialmente cubiertos por el caparazón. En Venezuela esta familia está representada por los géneros Synalpheus, Mohocaris, Alpheus, Automate, Metalpheus, Salmoneus, Alpheopsis, Leptalpheus y Parabetaeus. Dos ejemplares de Salmoneus carvachoi fueron recolectados, usando una bomba de succión tipo yabby en la laguna de Punta de Piedras, Isla de Margarita, Venezuela. Estos ejemplares pueden ser diferenciados de otras especies del género Salmoneus principalmente por presentar la palma del quelipedo mayor deprimida ventralmente y por el largo de los dáctilos del tercer par de pereiópodos. Este hallazgo constituye el primer reporte de esta especie para Venezuela, ampliando de esta manera su distribución conocida para el Atlántico americano.

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          The Alpheidae is a group of caridean shrimps characterized, among other aspects, by the partial or total coverage of the eyes by the carapace. In Venezuela, this family is represented by the genera Synalpheus, Mohocaris, Alpheus, Automate, Metalpheus, Salmoneus, Alpheopsis, Leptalpheus and Parabetaeus. Two specimens of Salmoneous carvachoi were collected using a suction pump type yabby in the lagoon of Punta de Piedras, Margarita Island, Venezuela. These specimens mainly differ from other species of Salmoneus in the palm of the largest cheliped, which is ventrally depressed, and in the length of the dactyl of the third pair of pereiopods. This is the first report of this species for Venezuela, thus expanding the known distribution of this species to the American Atlantic.

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                Universidad de Oriente
                2343-6468
                June 2015
                : 27
                : 2
                : 347-351
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                [1 ] Universidad de Oriente, Núcleo de Nueva Esparta Venezuela
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                S1315-01622015000200018
                bda1bb52-5e96-4d20-bb27-d3ac85f28d82

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                MULTIDISCIPLINARY SCIENCES

                Systematic,Caridea,shrimp,infauna,Sistemática,camarón
                Systematic, Caridea, shrimp, infauna, Sistemática, camarón

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