Zoological Society

1855 Annals and Magazine of Natural History  
Zoological ~ociety. 367 Pedes antiei gracillimi. Abdomen maris lanceolatum, segmentis a tertio ad sextum coalitis. 1. drcania Erinaceus, Herbst. Corpore atque membris dens~ spinosis, spinis spinulosis. 2. Arcanla 11-spinosa, De Haan. " Thorace spinuloso, spinulis obtusis, ambitu 11-spinoso, spinis acutis simplieibus ; braehiis granulatis, digitis manibus longioribus." 3. Arcania novem-spinosa, Adams & White. " Thorace lzevi, granuloso, marginibus latero-anterioribus spinis duabus,
more » ... abus, latero-posterioribus spinis duabus, posteriore spinet long£ reet~." 4..drcania septem-spinosa, Bell. Testg paul5 latiore quam longiore, tuberculate, "margi]le spinis septem tuberculatis armato, laterali utrinque reliquis iongiore. 5. dreanla tuberculata, Bell. Test~ paul') longiore quam latiore, omnino tuberculaff b margine spinis novem tuberculatis instrueto ; brachiis granulatis, manibus lzevibus. 6. Arcanla gracilipes, Bell. Test~ granulosh, tubereulis quindecim supr'X, et tribus ad marginem posteriorem instructS; pedibus anticis tenuissimis. 7. Arcania lwvimana, Bell. Test~ granulath, tuberculis numerosis distinctis, ad marginem spinis novem simplicibus armatfi; manibus glabris. Genus Ienxs, Leach. Testa rhomhoidalis, transversa, angulis rotundati% utrinque spinfi longissim~ horizontali armata ; fronte emarginato. Species unica, Iphis septemsplnosa, Fabr. Genus IxA, Leach. Testa elliptieo-rhomhoidalis, proeessu utrinque subcylindrieo ~ regione branchiali producto ; regionibus sulco proflmdo separatis. Orbita supr~ bifissa. Pedlpalpi externi eaule exteriore lato,
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