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FAO Names : En - Scarlet lobsterette. (after Bouvier, 1917) Fig. 67a 39 Type : Type locality: ““Knight Errant” August 10, 1880. Station 4; in 555 fathoms (Norman, 1882). Norman evidently made an error in the station number, as the date and depth given by him are those of Station 30 and not Station 4. The position of Station 30 in the Faeroe Channel is 59º33’N 7º14’W, 555 fms = 1015 m, bottom mud. Whereabouts of type unknown, not in BM. Geographical Distribution : Eastern Atlantic between 61ºN and 24ºs (Faeroe Islands to Namibia) (Fig.
Key to Species: 1a. Teeth on fingers of large cheliped placed in a single row and oriented in the same plane as the fingers themselves (Fig. 32a). Indo-West Pacific ............... T. japonicus (Fig. 33). 1b. The teeth on fingers of large cheliped not in the same plane as the fingers themselves, pointing alternatingly obliquely inward and outward; the bases of the teeth are placed in a single line, but the teeth themselves form two diverging rows (Fig. 32b). Western Atlantic . T. zaleucus (Fig.
N. sulcata (Fig. 84) 10b. Median groove of rostrum failing to reach the anterior pair of lateral rostral teeth. Distance between supraorbital spine and gastric tubercle about two thirds the distance between gastric tubercle and postcervical groove (Fig. 59) Eastern Atlantic ....... N. Atlantica (Fig. 67) a. carapace (dorsal view) no spine on second pleura b. abdomen (lateral view) N. neglecta Fig. 57 anterior lateral teeth median groove supraorbital spine gastric tubercle postcervical groove anterior part of carapace (dorsal view) N.