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TIFF PNG PPT The Key to the genera of Anthuridae section in the Results and Discussion is numbered incorrectly. Please see the correct Key to the genera of Anthuridae below.1. Uropodal exopod terminal, cylindrical































































.Leipanthura- Uropodal exopod subterminal, dorsal, leaf-like





































































.22. Pereopods 4-7 with carpus twice width of propodus, rectangular, with obvious free distal margin usually with row of pectinate setae defined by stout seta on posterodistal angle; maxillipedal endite half length of palp, distally rounded; palp articles 1 and 2 separated by suture 4 or 5 articles visible











































































Quantathura- Pereopods 4-7 with carpus of similar width to propodus, or if wider triangular, only short free distal margin between base of dactylus and stout seta; maxillipedal endite weak or absent, acute if present; palp articles 1-2 and 4-5 fused maximum of 3 articles visible







.33. Pereopods 2-7 ischium-propodus bearing long setae on upper and lower margin; blind or eyes weakly pigmented























































































.4- Pereopods 2-7 ischium-propodus bearing few short setae, most on lower margin merus-carpus posteriorly lobed and setose in some Apanthura; eyes usually pigmented

















.54. Carpus of pereopods 4-7 longer and wider than propodus; mandibular palp of 3 articles









































Notanthura- Carpus of pereopods 4-7 shorter than propodus; mandibular palp of 2 articles







Cortezura5. Pereopods 4-7 with carpus more or less triangular, upper margin much shorter than lower margin, distal margin oblique and with posterodistal lobe























































6- Pereopods 4-7 with carpus more or less rectangular, upper margin nearly as long as lower margin, distal margin tansverse and without posterodistal lobe













































166. Pereopod 4-7 carpus with 1 robust seta on posterodistal angle













































7- Pereopod 4-7 carpus without robust setae on posterior margin or on posterodistal angle



.137. Pereopod 1 palm straight without step or prominent tooth





























.Tinggianthura- Pereopod 1 palm with step or prominent tooth







































































88. Maxillipedal palp articles 1-2 fused, 3 free and 4-5 fused with terminal articles 4-5 at least one third as long as penultimate article 3







































































9- Maxillipedal palp articles 1-2 fused, 3 free and 4-5 fused with terminal article 4-5 minute, without a free mesial margin between its suture and distal group of setae





























109. Pereopod 1 chelate, propodus produced posterodistally, dactylus with complexly ridged distal margin, unguis subterminal, carpus and propodus fused





























.Chelanthura- Pereopod 1 subchelate, dactylus and terminal unguis closing on axial palm, carpus and propodus separated by suture













































































.Mesanthura10. Maxillipedal palp with fused articles 1-2 longer than broad; mandibles asymmetrical, left molar with tooth fitting socket of right molar; pereopods 2 and 3 with propodus discoid









































































Apanthuropsis- Maxillipedal palp with fused articles 1-2 broader than long; mandibles symmetrical; pereopods 2 and 3 with propodus linear

















































































.1111. Pleonites 1-5 separated by folds dorsally and laterally except dorsally between 4 and 5































Amakusanthura- Pleonites 1-5 not separated by folds dorsally







































































.1212. Antenna 2 flagellum with 3-4 articles; male with antenna 1 flagellum of 1 basal + 10 aesthetasc-bearing articles, as long as head; head without produced chin except in some males











































































.Apanthura- Antenna 2 flagellum with 1-2 articles; male with antenna 1 flagellum of 1 basal + 1 or 2 short aesthetasc-bearing articles, never as long as head; head with produced chin in both sexes

































































.Skuphonura13. Maxillipedal endite absent, palp 1-2 fused, 3 free and 4-5 fused with terminal articles 4-5 at least as long as penultimate article 3











































































.14- Maxillipedal endite present as triangular lobe, palp articles 1-5 fused

































1514. Uropodal exopod leaf-shaped, articulating along peduncle; marine and estuarine























































.Cyathura- Uropodal exopod linear, articulating transversely; stygobiontic in Caribbean















































.Stygocyathura15. Pleon shorter than wide; mandibular palp of 1 article with long seta













.Pendanthura- Pleon longer than wide; mandibular palp of 3 articles









































Sauranthura16. Maxillipedal palp of 3 articles of similar length; maxilliped with endite; mandible with spike-like molar on right side, none of left; pleonite 6 not separated from telson by transverse ridge















































.Apanthuroides- These characters not in combination; mandible with triangular or blunt molar, symmetrical























































.1717. Maxillipedal palp with articles 1-2 fused, 3 free, 4-5 fused or 3-5 fused; endite triangular or absent































.18- Maxillipedal palp with articles 1-3 fused and 4-5 fused or all fused; endite absent













2118. Maxillipedal palp with terminal fused articles 4-5 contributing to mesial margin of palp, with setae on mesial margin; telson with longitudinal middorsal ridge; uropodal endopod short, oblique









































































.Idanthura- Maxillipedal palp with terminal fused articles 4-5 minute, triangular or semicircular, not contributing to mesial margin of palp, with setae on distal or distomesial margin; telson broadly rounded, rarely with longitudinal middorsal ridge; uropodal endopod at least as long as wide, its suture with peduncle more or less transverse























































1919. Pereopod 1 merus barely touching cylindrical propodus on anterior margin; maxillipedal endite absent; male antenna 1 of 10 articules



























































.Cetanthura- Pereopod 1 merus cupping swollen subchelate propodus; maxillipedal endite present; male antenna 1 of 20 articles





























































2020. Body covered at least in part with setules; pleonites 1-5 with sutures indicated dorsally; antenna 2 flagellum of 7 articles; eyes absent























































.Pilosanthura- Body smooth, without setules; pleonites 1-5 without sutures indicated dorsally; antenna 2 flagellum of 5 articles; eyes present





































































Malacanthura21. Pereopod 1 palm with strong proximal seta about as long as unguis; maxillipedal palp with fused articles 4-5 small, transverse, lateral to distomesial lobe of fused articles 1-3; mandibular palp of 1 or 2 artilces











































































Caenanthura- Pereopod 1 palm without strong proximal seta; maxillipedal palp with fused articles 4-5 oblique; mandibular palp of 3 articles





















































































2222. Maxillipedal palp with articles 1-3 fused and 4-5 fused



















































23- Maxillipedal palp with articles 1-5 fused













































































.2423. Pereopod 1 propodus swollen, subchelate; dactylus simple and closing on palm; body of usually propotions, rarely slender

































































Haliophasma- Pereopod 1 propodus cylindrical; dactylus with teeth along lower margin, not closing on palm; body very slender











































































Nemanthura24. Mandibular palp of 3 articles













































































.Anthura- Mandibular palp of 1 article

























































































2525. Pereopod 7 present





















































































































.Ptilanthura- Pereopod 7 absent



































































































































.ExallanthuraReference1. Chew M, Abdul Rahim A, Haji Ross Ob 2014 Tinggianthura alba: A New Genus and Species of Anthuridae Isopoda, Cymothoida, Anthuroidea from Pulau Tinggi, Johor, Malaysia with an Updated Key to the Genera of Anthuridae. PLoS ONE 96: e99072 View Article PubMed-NCBI Google Scholar



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