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Liparis tessellatus of Toyama bay

Liparis tessellatus  is one of Liparidae. Body length is about 16cm. Distribution is coast of Hokkaido from Shimane Prefecture, Hokkaido coast from Ibaraki Prefecture. East coast of Korean Peninsula, Peter the Great Bay, West coast of Sakhalin, Aniva Bay, South Kuril Strait. Shooting in March 2016. Liparis tessellatus (Gilbert & Burke,1912)

A record of Penaeus (Melicertus) longistylus Kubo, 1943 from Kume Island Okinawa Japan.

First report and shooting the  Penaeus  ( Melicertus )  longistylus  from Kume Island Okinawa Japan. Penaeus  ( Melicertus )  longistylus  is similar large species  Penaeus  ( Melicertus )  latisulcatus . Color also it is very similar. I met  Penaeus  ( Melicertus )  longistylus  at night, it was on top of the coral reef. However, perhaps I think that they will live in close sand mud area to reef. Penaeus  ( Melicertus )  longistylus  has red spot of abdominal which is a feature, it is only on the trailing edge of the side surface of the third abdominal segment. Tips of uropods are blue with red hairs. Penaeus  ( Melicertus )  longistylus  Kubo,1943 Picture location:  Depth -6 m, Northern reef Kume Island Okinawa Japan. Individual information:  Total length about 150 mm. Species information:  Maximum total length: 150 mm (female) English name: Red-spot king prawn Japanese name: unknown Distribution: Indo-West Pacific (South China Sea, Malaysia, North Australia, Lord