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Campylonotoidea

Campylonotoidea
Scientific classification
Kingdom: Animalia
Phylum: Arthropoda
Subphylum: Crustacea
Class: Malacostraca
Order: Decapoda
Infraorder: Caridea
Superfamily: Campylonotoidea
Sollaud, 1913
Families

Campylonotoidea is a superfamily of shrimp, containing the two families Campylonotidae and Bathypalaemonellidae. Fenner A. Chace considered it to be the sister group to the much larger superfamily Palaemonoidea, with which it shares the absence of endopods on the pereiopods, and the fact that the first pereiopod is thinner than the second.[1] Using molecular phylogenetics, Bracken et al. proposed that Campylonotoidea may be closer to Atyoidea.[2] There are sixteen described species in 3 genera; no fossils are known.[3]

References

  1. ^ Raymond T. Bauer (2004). "Evolutionary history of the Caridea". Remarkable Shrimps: Adaptations and Natural History of the Carideans. Animal natural history series 7.  
  2. ^ Heather D. Bracken, Sammy De Grave & Darryl L. Felder (2009). "Phylogeny of the infraorder Caridea based on mitochondrial and nuclear genes (Crustacea: Decapoda)". In Joel W. Martin, Keith A. Crandall & Darryl L. Felder. Decapod Crustacean Phylogenetics. Crustacean issues 18.  
  3. ^ Sammy De Grave, N. Dean Pentcheff, Shane T. Ahyong et al. (2009). "A classification of living and fossil genera of decapod crustaceans".  


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