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- Munida granulata Henderson, 1885: 409 (S of the Fiji Islands, 549 m). – Henderson 1888: 133, pl. 14, figs 3, 3a, 3b (off Matuku, Fiji, 576 m).
- Paramunida granulata. – Baba, 1988: 176, fig. 72 (Moluccas off W coast of Halmahera, 545 m). – Macpherson 1993: 452, figs 3, 13 (New Caledonia, Loyalty Islands and Indonesia; reexamination of type material; 439–650 m). – Macpherson 1996: 412 (SW Pacific (Futuna Island, Wallis Islands, Bayonnaise Bank), 400–450 m). – Macpherson 2004: 287 (Fiji and Tonga, 395–592 m). – Ahyong and Poore 2004: 68 (Queensland, 548 m). – Baba 2005: 302 (key, synonymies). – Baba et al. 2008: 172 (list of occurrences). – Macpherson and Baba 2011: 60. – Cabezas et al. 2010: 23, fig 13C, 16I (Tonga, Vanuatu, Loyalty Islands, 550–600 m).
(modified from Cabezas et al. 2010) Rostrum clearly triangular, larger than supraocular spines, with thin dorsal carina; margin between rostral and supraocular spines straight or slightly concave. Minute spinules on gastric and hepatic regions forming groups arising from scale-like striae and with few short uniramous setae. Mesogastric region with 1 well-developed spine. Median cardiac region with 3 or 4 well-developed spines. Few and short setae along anterior branch of cervical groove. Sternal plastron squamate, with numerous striae on sternites 4–7. Lateral margin of antennular article 1 with distal slender portion about half as long as proximal inflated portion. Antennal peduncle with anterior prolongation of article 1 spiniform; article 2 twice longer than broad, with distomesial spine long, almost reaching end of anterior prolongation of article 1, distolateral spine nearly reaching end of article 3; article 3 1.5 times longer than broad. Base of P1 carpus without bundle of setae. P2 propodus 7–8 times as long as wide, and 1.2–1.3 times longer than dactylus.
Philippines, Indonesia, Queensland, New Caledonia, Loyalty Islands, Fiji, Tonga, Futuna Island, Vanuatu, Wallis Islands and Bayonnaise Bank, between 395 and 650 m.
Detailed illustrations for Hendersonida granulata are included in Baba (1988), Macpherson (1993) and the antennule, antenna and dorsal surface of the carapace were newly illustrated in Cabezas et al. (2010).
- Cabezas, P; Macpherson, E; 2014: A new species of Paramunida Baba, 1988 from the Central Pacific Ocean and a new genus to accommodate P. granulata (Henderson, 1885) ZooKeys, 425: 15-32. doi
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