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Penaeoid Decapoda (Dendrobranchiata) from the Luoping Biota (Middle Triassic) of China: Systematics and Taphonomic Framework

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  15 October 2015

Carrie E. Schweitzer
Affiliation:
Department of Geology, Kent State University at Stark, 6000 Frank Avenue NW, North Canton, OH 44720, USA, <cschweit@kent.edu>
Rodney M. Feldmann
Affiliation:
Department of Geology, Kent State University, Kent, OH 44242, USA, <rfeldman@kent.edu>
Shixue Hu
Affiliation:
Chengdu Institute of Geology and Mineral Resources, Chengdu, 610081, China, <hushixue@hotmail.com> Chengdu Center of China Geological Survey, No.2, N-3-Section, First Ring, Chengdu 610081, China
Jinyuan Huang
Affiliation:
Chengdu Institute of Geology and Mineral Resources, Chengdu, 610081, China, <hushixue@hotmail.com> Chengdu Center of China Geological Survey, No.2, N-3-Section, First Ring, Chengdu 610081, China
Changyong Zhou
Affiliation:
Chengdu Institute of Geology and Mineral Resources, Chengdu, 610081, China, <hushixue@hotmail.com> Chengdu Center of China Geological Survey, No.2, N-3-Section, First Ring, Chengdu 610081, China
Qiyue Zhang
Affiliation:
Chengdu Institute of Geology and Mineral Resources, Chengdu, 610081, China, <hushixue@hotmail.com> Chengdu Center of China Geological Survey, No.2, N-3-Section, First Ring, Chengdu 610081, China
Wen Wen
Affiliation:
Chengdu Institute of Geology and Mineral Resources, Chengdu, 610081, China, <hushixue@hotmail.com> Chengdu Center of China Geological Survey, No.2, N-3-Section, First Ring, Chengdu 610081, China
Tao Xie
Affiliation:
Chengdu Institute of Geology and Mineral Resources, Chengdu, 610081, China, <hushixue@hotmail.com> Chengdu Center of China Geological Survey, No.2, N-3-Section, First Ring, Chengdu 610081, China
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Abstract

Two new genera, Anisaeger and Distaeger, and three new species, Anisaeger brevirostrus, A. spiniferus, and Distaeger prodigiosus, extend the range of the Aegeridae (Dendrobranchiata, Penaeoidea) into the Middle Triassic (Anisian) of China. Seven decapod crustacean species are now known from the Luoping biota of southern China. Morphological features of shrimp that are present but rarely mentioned in the neontological literature are recognized as potentially useful in classifying fossil material, including a diaeresis on the exopod of the uropods and multiarticulate flagellae on pleopods. Unusual taphonomic features of the shrimp include fractured cuticle, preservation in lateral, dorsal, and ventral position, and twisted cephalothoraxes.

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