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Title

Some litholid crabs (Crustacea, Decapoda, Lithodidae) from the Salomon Islands (SW Pacific Ocean) with the description of a new species

AuthorsMacpherson, Enrique
KeywordsCrustacea
Decapoda
Lithodidae
Neolithodes
Paralomis
New species
Pacific Ocean
Issue Date30-Dec-2003
PublisherConsejo Superior de Investigaciones Científicas (España)
CitationScientia Marina, Vol 67, No 4 (2003) 413-418
AbstractFour species of Lithodid crabs from the Solomon Islands were collected during the Solomon 1 cruise carried out off the Solomon Islands. One new species, Paralomis mendagnai, is described and illustrated. Three other species, Neolithodes nipponensis, Paralomis dawsoni and P. haigae, are reported for the first time from these islands. The new species of Paralomis closely resembles P. medipacifica Takeda, 1974, from Midway Islands (Central Pacific) and is characterised by the dorsal surface of the carapace thickly covered with rounded, more or less prominent granules of different sizes. Both species are easily distinguished by the armature of the scaphocerite and pereiopods. A key to the species of the genus Paralomis from the western and central Pacific Ocean is presented.
Se estudia la presencia de cuatro especies de la familia Lithodidae en la Islas Salomón. Paralomis mendagnai, Neolithodes nipponensis, Paralomis dawsoni y P. haigae. Asimismo se presenta una clave de las especies del género Paralomis del océano pacífico occidental y central.
URIhttp://hdl.handle.net/10261/2419
ISSN1886-8134
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