Unpublished material originally identifi ed by J.-M. Remy, as well as evaluation of his type material deposited in the Muséum national d'Histoire naturelle, Paris, has resulted in two new genera, Remyranina n. gen. and Planobranchia n. gen.; two new species, Liocarcinus heintzi n. sp. and Szaboa lamarei n. sp., and fi ve new combina-tions, Remyranina ornata n. comb., Calappilia? gorodiskii n. comb., Mursia simplex n. comb., Planobranchia simplex n. comb., and Planobranchia laevis n. comb. ese taxa include the fi rst Oligocene record for the Matutidae, and the extinct genus Szaboa is re-diagnosed. e Remy collection, comprised primarily of fossils from France and equatorial Africa, consists of numerous Calappidae and Carpilioidea, especially abundant today in tropical environments, suggesting that at least for some taxa in these groups, environmental tolerances have changed little since the Eocene.
Schweitzer, Carrie E.; Feldmann, Rodney (2010). New Fossil Decapod Crustaceans from the Remy Collection, Muséum National d’Histoire Naturelle, Paris. Geodiversitas 32(3) 399-415. doi: 10.5252/g2010n3a3. Retrieved from https://oaks.kent.edu/geolpubs/82