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Figure 2 in Molecular phylogeny of hinge-beak shrimps (Decapoda: Caridea: Rhynchocinetes and Cinetorhynchus) and allies: a formal test of familiar and generic monophyly using a multilocus phylogeny
Baeza, J. Antonio;
Bauer, Raymond T.;
Figure 2. Habitus and morphological diversity of hinged-beak shrimps from the genera Rhynchocinetes and Cinetorhynchus and allied species in the superfamily Nematocarcinoidea. A, lateral view of Eugonatonotus crassus (Eugonatonotidae) (photo credit: Charles Bump, SERT). B, lateral view of Cinetorhynchus cf. maningi (photo credit: Arthur Anker). C, pair of Cinetorhynchus hendersoni in situ (photo credit: Nicolas Ory). Notice the male on the right with extremely elongated pereopods. D, large aggregation of Rhynchocinetes uritai in Japan (photo credit: Martin Thiel). E, dorsal view of a 'robustus' male of Rhynchocinetes typus (photo credit: Ivan Hinojosa). Notice the elongated third maxillipeds and the dense setae in the chelipeds. F, small aggregation of Rhynchocinetes serratus (photo credit: Ivan Hinojosa). In the male perched on the roof of the crevice, notice the elongated third maxillipeds and the absence of dense setae on the chelipeds. G, lateral view of Cinetorhynchus cf. rigens (photo credit: Arthur Anker).
Published as part of Baeza, J. Antonio, Bauer, Raymond T., Okuno, Junji & Thiel, Martin, 2014, Molecular phylogeny of hinge-beak shrimps (Decapoda: Caridea: Rhynchocinetes and Cinetorhynchus) and allies: a formal test of familiar and generic monophyly using a multilocus phylogeny, pp. 426-450 in Zoological Journal of the Linnean Society 172 (2) on page 429, DOI: 10.1111/zoj.12173, http://zenodo.org/record/5314330