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Three Species of Processid Shrimps (Crustacea: Decapoda: Caridea) from Korea
Three Species of Processid Shrimps (Crustacea: Decapoda: Caridea) from Korea
Animal Systematics, Evolution and Diversity. 2011. Nov, 27(3): 262-267
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  • Received : August 08, 2011
  • Accepted : November 11, 2011
  • Published : November 30, 2011
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Jung Nyun Kim
crangonk@nfrdi.go.kr
Jung Hwa Choi
Kangseok Hwang
Taeg Yun Oh
Kwang Ho Choi
Dong Woo Lee
Abstract
Three species of the family Processidae, Hayashidonus japonicus (De Haan, 1844), Processa sulcata Hayashi, 1975 and Processa zostericola Hayashi, 1975 described with illustrations from Korea. Two of these species, H. japonicus and P. zostericola , represent new records for the Korean carcinological fauna. The genus Haya-shidonus included the single species, H. japonicus is distinguished from other genera of Processidae by the broadly triangular rostrum, the obscure or absent dorsolateral spines of the telson, and the exceptionally long molar process of the mandible. Two species of the genus Processa , P. zostericola and P. sulcata are distin-guishable each other by presence or absence of an obtuse process of the basicerite of antenna on the antero-ventral margin. The basicerite of antenna arms with the obtuse process in P. zostericola , while in P. sulcata the basicerite of antenna lacks the process but is smooth on the ventral margin. A key to these species is pre-sented.
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INTRODUCTION
The family Processidae is characterized by a chelate right first pereopod and a simple left pereopod usually terminating in a plain claw-like dactylus. If both first pereopods are che-late, the rostrum shows a distal setose notch formed by a sub-distal dorsal tooth with no other teeth (Holthuis, 1993). The processid shrimps commonly occur in pantropical and sub-tropical regions and occasionally in temperate regions. They are usually confined to shallow grass flats and tide pools (Chace, 1997).
The family includes five genera and 65 species (De Grave et al., 2009). Only one, Processa sulcata Hayashi, 1975, has been reported from Korean waters (Cha et al., 2001).
During the course of a taxonomic study of Korean deca-pod crustaceans, three species of Processidae, Hayashidonus japonicus (De Haan, 1844), Processa sulcata Hayashi, 1975, and Processa zostericola Hayashi, 1975, were collected from the southern coastal waters of Korea, included Jeju Island. This report provides the first record of these species, except for P. sulcata , in Korean waters. All three species are describ-ed and illustrated, and an identification key is provided.
The specimens described in this study were deposited in the National Fisheries Research and Development Institute (NFRDI). Specimen sizes are based on postorbital carapace length (CL), and the terminology of the descriptions mainly follows that of Chace (1997).
SYSTEMATIC ACCOUNTS
  • Order Decapoda Latreille, 1802
  • Infraorder Caridea Dana, 1852
  • Family Processidae Ortmann, 1896
  • 1*GenusHayashidonusChace, 1997
  • 2*Hayashidonus japonicus(De Haan, 1844) (Fig.1)
Restricted synonymy
Nika japonica De Haan, 1844, pl. 46, fig. 6 (type locality: Japan); 1849: 184, pl. N.
Processa japonica: Hayashi, 1975: 110, fig. 24 (see full
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Hayashidonus japonicus (De Haan 1844). A-H Ovigerous female (CL 12.2 mm NFRDI 20110802-1) from Aenggang Bay Isl. Namhae; I male (CL 6.8 mm NFRDI 20110802-2) from Hamduok Jeju-do. A Carapace cephalic appendages and third maxilliped lateral eye omitted; B Anterior carapace and cephalic appendages dorsal right eye omitted; C Fourth to sixth abdominal somitesand telson lateral; D Right second pereopod lateral; E Same chela lateral; F Left second pereopod lateral; G Right third pereo-pod lateral; H Dactylus and propodus of left fifth pereopod lateral; I Endopod of left first pleopod ventral. CL postorbital carapacelength; NFRDI National Fisheries Research and Development Institute. Scale bars: A-I=1 mm.
synonymy); Noël, 1986: 287.
Hayashidonus japonicus : Chace, 1997: 35, fig. 18.
Material examined. Korea: Gyeongsangnam-do: 2♀♀ (CL 11.5, 11.8 mm), 1 ovig. ♀ (CL 12.2 mm), Namhae Island, Aenggang Bay, Zostera belt, beam trawl, 19 May 2005, Kim HW, NFRDI 20110802-1; Jeju-do: 1♂ (CL 6.8 mm), Hamduok, Zostera belt, beam trawl, 10 Jun 1994, Kim JN, NFRDI 20110802-2.
Description. Integument glabrous, except for pubescent tel-son. Rostrum ( Fig.1 A, B) short, 0.17-0.23 times as long as carapace, broad, triangular in dorsal aspect, not bifid distally, lateral margin rather strongly carinate. Carapace ( Fig.1 A, B) almost smooth; postorbital region slightly grooved; antennal spine small but acute. Abdominal somites ( Fig.1 C) smooth and rounded; pleura of first to fifth somites unarmed; lateral
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Processa sulcata Hayashi 1975. A B Sex unknown (CL 2.5 mm NFRDI 20110802-3); C D Sex unknown (CL 3.0 mm samelot) from Gujora Isl. Geoje. A Carapace cephalic and thoracic appendages fifth pereopods missing lateral; B Anterior carapaceand cephalic appendages dorsal left eye omitted; C Fourth to sixth abdominal somites and telson lateral; D Telson dorsal. CL postorbital carapace length; NFRDI National Fisheries Research and Development Institute. Scale bar: A-D=1mm.
lobe of sixth somite triangular but not spiniform. Telson ( Fig.1 C) with 2 pairs of small dorsolateral spines; posterior mar-gin ending in minute median tooth, bearing 2 pairs of margi-nal spines and tuft of mesial setae. Eye ( Fig.1 B) pyriform;cornea broader than eyestalk. Antennular peduncle ( Fig.1 A, B) with first segment as long as distal 2 segments combined; second segment slightly longer than third; stylocerite trun-cate, reaching distal 1/3 of first segment of antennular pedun-cle. Antennal scale ( Fig.1 A, B) overreaching distal margin of antennular peduncle; distolateral tooth falling short of blade; basicerite unarmed. Third maxilliped ( Fig.1 A) stout, over-reaching distal margin of antennular peduncle by distal 2 seg-ments, without exopod; ultimate segment tapering to strong terminal tooth. First pereopods stout, asymmetrical; right che-late; left with simple dactylus, more slender than right. Sec-ond pereopods ( Fig.1 D-F) slender, right longer than left; right ( Fig.1 D) with 13-17 meral articles, 44-48 carpal articles, chela ( Fig.1 E) with curved dactylus; left ( Fig.1 F) with 5-7 meral articles, 16-18 carpal articles. Third and fourth pereo-pods ( Fig.1 G) with ischia bearing 2 spines; meri with 1-3 spines; propodi with series of short setae in flexor margin, some tuft of long setae in margins of both of flexor and exten-sor. Fourth pereopod longer than third. Fifth pereopod ( Fig.1 H) with propodus bearing 25 small spines in flexor margin.Endopod of first male pleopod ( Fig.1 I) with distal margin notched, lateral and mesial margins with 6-7 stout setae.
Distribution. Indo-West Pacific: eastern Africa to Japan, Philippines, Indonesia, Korea (present study); to a depth of 150m (Chace, 1997).
Remarks. Chace (1997) established a new genus Hayashido-nus for this single species generally known as Processa japo-nica , because the broadly triangular rostrum, the obscure or absent dorsolateral spines of the telson, and the exceptional-ly long molar process of the mandible seemed sufficiently
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Processa zostericola Hayashi 1975. Ovigerous female (CL 6.1 mm NFRDI 20110802-4) from Hamduok Jeju-do. A Carapace cephalic and thoracic appendages lateral; B Anterior carapace and cephalic appendages dorsal right eye and left antennule andantenna omitted; C Rostrum lateral; D Fourth to sixth abdominal somites and telson lateral; E Left first pereopod lateral; F Leftsecond pereopod lateral. CL postorbital carapace length; NFRDI National Fisheries Research and Development Institute. Scalebars: A-F=1 mm.
unusual among the processids. The present specimens agree well with the definitions of the species by Chace (1997) and Hayashi (1975) who magnificently reviewed the Indo-West Pacific Processidae.
  • GenusProcessaLeach, 1815
  • Processa sulcataHayashi, 1975 (Fig.2)
  • Restricted synonymy
Processa sulcata Hayashi, 1975: 134, fig. 34 (type locality: Ainoshima, Fukuoka Pref., Kyushu, Japan) (see full syno-nymy); Noël, 1986: 291, fig.19 ; Chace, 1997: 39; Cha et al., 2001: 123, 2 unnumbered figs.
Material examined. Korea: Gyeongsangnam-do: sex un-known 2 specimens (CL 2.5, 3.0 mm), Geoje Island, Gujora, rough sand, dredge, 1 Nov 2001, Kim JN, NFRDI 20110802-3.
Description. Integument glabrous. Rostrum ( Fig.2 A, B) rela-tively long, 0.21-0.25 times as long as carapace, slender in dorsal aspect, bifid distally, ventral margin slightly concave. Carapace ( Fig.2 A, B) nearly smooth; postorbital region dis-tinctly grooved; antennal spine distinct. Abdominal somites ( Fig.2 C) smooth and rounded dorsally; pleura of first to fourth somites rounded posteriorly; pleuron of fifth somite with small posterior tooth; lateral lobe of sixth somite sub-truncated. Telson ( Fig.2 C, D) with 2 pairs of distinct dorso-lateral spines; posterior margin ending in median tooth flank-ed by 2 pairs of spines and pair of setae. Eye ( Fig.2 A, B) large; cornea moderately broader than eyestalk. Antennular peduncle ( Fig.2 A, B) with distal segment of right and distal 2 segments of left missing; stylocerite obliquely truncate,falling short of midpoint of first segment of antennular ped-uncle. Antennal scale ( Fig.2 A, B) with distolateral tooth not reaching blade; basicerite with smooth ventral margin. Third maxilliped ( Fig.2 A) stout, overreaching distal margin of antennal scale by ultimate segment and distal 3/4 of penulti-mate segment, bearing well developed exopod. First pereo-pods ( Fig.2 A) stout, asymmetrical; right with well develop-ed chela, stouter than left; left simple, with claw-like dacty-lus.Second pereopods ( Fig.2 A) slender; right missing; left with 5 meral and 14 carpal articles. Third pereopod ( Fig.2 A) with ischium bearing 2 spines; merus with 4 spines. Fourth pereopod ( Fig.2 A) longer than third pereopod; ischium bearing 2 spines; merus with 3 spines.
Distribution . Indo-West Pacific: South Africa, southern Arabia, Madagascar, Vietnam, Philippines, Japan, Korea; 0-123m (Chace, 1997).
Remarks . Although the present specimens are damaged and of undetermined sex, they agree with the original description of P. sulcata by Hayashi (1975) in the pleuron of the fifth abdominal somite with a posterior tooth, the basicerite of the antenna without any process, and the left second pereo-pod with 5 meral articles and 14 carpal articles. In Korea, Cha et al. (2001) first reported this species based on an ovi-gerous female collected from Hansan Island, Tongyeong.
  • 1*Processa zostericolaHayashi, 1975 (Fig.3)
Processa zostericola Hayashi, 1975: 137, fig. 35 (type locality: Tomioka Bay, Isl. Amakusa, Kumamoto Pref., Kyu-shu, Japan); Ledoyer, 1984: 43, fig.21 ; Unsworth et al., 2010: 353 (list).
Material examined. Korea: Jeju-do: 1♀ (CL 6.9 mm), 1 ovig. ♀ (CL 6.1 mm), Hamduok, Zostera belt, beam trawl, 10 Jun 1994, Kim JN, NFRDI 20110802-4.
Description. Integument glabrous. Rostrum ( Fig.3 A-C) rela-tively short, 0.18-2.1 times as long as carapace, slender in dorsal aspect, bifid indistinctly distally, ventral margin near-ly straight. Carapace ( Fig.3 A, B) smooth except for postor-bital region moderately grooved; antennal spine relatively strong. First to fourth abdominal somites ( Fig.3 D) smooth and rounded; pleuron of fifth somite posteriorly pointed; lat-eral lobe of sixth somite subrectangular, unarmed. Telson ( Fig.3 D) with dorsolateral margin bearing 2 spines; posteri-or margin with minute median tooth, flanked by 2 pairs of small spines and pair of setae. Eye ( Fig.3 A, B) moderately large, cornea slightly broader than eyestalk. Antennular ped-uncle ( Fig.3 A, B) with first segment slightly longer than distal 2 segments combined; second segment subequal to third in length; stylocerite truncate, reaching basal third of first segment of antennular peduncle, lateral margin with minute tooth distally. Antennal scale ( Fig.3 A, B) reaching distal mar-gin of antennular peduncle; distolateral tooth falling slightly short of blade; basicerite with small obtuse process on ante-roventral margin. Third maxilliped ( Fig.3 A) stout, overreach-ing distal margin of antennal scale by distal 2 segments, well developed exopod present. First pereopods ( Fig.3 A, E) stout,chelate on right, simple on left. Second pereopods ( Fig.3 A, F) slender; right with 10 meral and 24 carpal articles; left with 5 meral and 14 carpal articles. Third and fourth pereopods ( Fig.3 A) with 2 ischial and 3-6 meral spines; fourth pereo-pod longer than third. Fifth pereopod ( Fig.3 A) more slender than third and fourth pereopods; ischium and merus lacking spines; propodus with 17-21 small spines on flexor margin.
Distribution . New Caledonia, Indonesia, Japan, Korea (pre-sent study); 0-8m (Ledoyer, 1984).
Remarks . This speices is similar to P. sulcata in having the distinct antennal spine, the pleuron of fifth abdominal somite with a distinct posterior tooth, the truncate or rectangular lat-eral lobe of sixth abdominal somite, and the distally bifid rostrum. However, P. zostericola differs from P. sulcata in having an obtuse process of the basicerite of antenna on the anteroventral margin. In P. sulcata the basicerite of antenna lacks the process but is smooth on the ventral margin.
  • Key to Processidae species from Korean waters
1. Third maxilliped without exopod; rostrum triangular in dorsal aspect ∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙ Hayashidonus japonicus (De Haan, 1844)
- Third maxilliped with exopod; rostrum slender in dorsal aspect ∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙ 2
2. Basicerite of antenna smooth, without process on antero-ventral margin ∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙ Processa sulcata Hayashi, 1975
- Basicerite of antenna with obtuse anteroventral process ∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙ Processa zostericola Hayashi, 1975
Korean name: 1*세모짧은뿔새우속 (신칭), 2*세모짧은뿔새우 (신칭)
Korean name: 1*잘피짧은뿔새우 (신칭)
Acknowledgements
This work was funded by the National Fisheries Research and Development Institute (RP-2011-FR-031). We are also greatly indebted to Dr. Ken-Ichi Hayashi of the Shrimp and Prawn Research Laboratory, Shimonoseki, for his critical review of the manuscript.
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