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POTAMON BHUMIBOL N. SP., A NEW GIANT FRESHWATER CRAB FROM THAILAND (DECAPODA, BRACHYURA, POTAMIDAE)

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[A new species of giant potamid crab, Potamon bhumibol, is described from Thailand. It belongs to the Potamon tannanti Rathbun group of Indochinese freshwater crabs and is the largest freshwater crab species ever collected from Thailand. It differs from congeners mainly by the form of its male first pleopod.

Une nouvelle espèce de crabe Potamidae géant, Potamon bhumibol est décrite de Thaïlande. Elle appartient au groupe Potamon tannanti Rathbun de crabes indochinois d'eau douce et est l'espèce de crabe d'eau douce la plus grande jamais collectée en Thaïlande. L'espèce diffère de ses congénères principalement par la forme du pléopode 1 du mâle., A new species of giant potamid crab, Potamon bhumibol, is described from Thailand. It belongs to the Potamon tannanti Rathbun group of Indochinese freshwater crabs and is the largest freshwater crab species ever collected from Thailand. It differs from congeners mainly by the form of its male first pleopod.

Une nouvelle espèce de crabe Potamidae géant, Potamon bhumibol est décrite de Thaïlande. Elle appartient au groupe Potamon tannanti Rathbun de crabes indochinois d'eau douce et est l'espèce de crabe d'eau douce la plus grande jamais collectée en Thaïlande. L'espèce diffère de ses congénères principalement par la forme du pléopode 1 du mâle.]

Affiliations: 1: Department of Biology, Faculty of Science, Chulalongkorn University, Bangkok, Thailand

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