Acta Palaeontol Pol 2014;59(4):947-965
[ ], Department of Palaeontology and Geology, Hungarian Natural History Museum, Ludovika tér 2, Budapest H-1088, Hungary.
We describe deep-water ghost shrimp assemblages from the otherwise well known Oligocene Kiscell Clay in Hungary. The described fossorial shrimps (Decapoda: Callianassidae and Ctenochelidae) include: (younger synonym ) and (younger synonym ). The fossil material of the former species is assigned to based on the morphology of the major cheliped, particularly the pectinate fingers, bulbous propodus, cup-shaped carpus and elongated merus. Read More