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First record of a pontoniine shrimp (Caridea, Palaemonidae) in association with a boring bivalve of the genus Spengleria (Bivalvia, Euheterodonta, Gastrochaenidae)

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[During fieldwork in Raja Ampat, West Papua, Indonesia, in 2007, a pontoniine shrimp, most likely belonging to the genus Anchistus, was collected from a coral boring bivalve of the genus Spengleria. This is the first record of a pontoniine shrimp living in association with a boring bivalve. As it probably concerns a juvenile shrimp, its identity remains unclear. Its affinities with the Indo-West Pacific mollusc-associated genera and with congenerics are discussed. Au cours d'un travail de terrain dans le Raja Ampat, Papouasie occidentale, Indonésie, en 2007, une crevette Pontoniinae, probablement appartenant au genre Anchistus, a été collectée dans un bivalve creusant le corail du genre Spengleria. C'est le premier enregistrement d'une crevette Pontoniinae vivant en association avec un bivalve perforant. Comme il s'agit probablement d'une crevette juvénile, son identité reste incertaine. Ses affinités avec les genres de l'Indo-Ouest Pacifique associés aux mollusques, et avec les congénères sont discutées., During fieldwork in Raja Ampat, West Papua, Indonesia, in 2007, a pontoniine shrimp, most likely belonging to the genus Anchistus, was collected from a coral boring bivalve of the genus Spengleria. This is the first record of a pontoniine shrimp living in association with a boring bivalve. As it probably concerns a juvenile shrimp, its identity remains unclear. Its affinities with the Indo-West Pacific mollusc-associated genera and with congenerics are discussed. Au cours d'un travail de terrain dans le Raja Ampat, Papouasie occidentale, Indonésie, en 2007, une crevette Pontoniinae, probablement appartenant au genre Anchistus, a été collectée dans un bivalve creusant le corail du genre Spengleria. C'est le premier enregistrement d'une crevette Pontoniinae vivant en association avec un bivalve perforant. Comme il s'agit probablement d'une crevette juvénile, son identité reste incertaine. Ses affinités avec les genres de l'Indo-Ouest Pacifique associés aux mollusques, et avec les congénères sont discutées.]

Affiliations: 1: Department of Marine Zoology, Netherlands Centre for Biodiversity Naturalis, P.O. Box 9517, NL-2300 RA Leiden, The Netherlands

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