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The genus Diogenes (Decapoda, Anomura, Diogenidae) from Irian Jaya, Indonesia, with description of a new species

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[A new species of hermit crab, Diogenes foresti, collected on the southwest coast of Irian Jaya is described. This new species is easily distinguished from D. avarus in possessing dactyls of the second and third pereiopods that are weakly curved, dorsal margin of carpi with distal spine, and ocular peduncles inflated at their extremities. Other species, Diogenes avarus Heller, 1865; D. dubius (Herbst, 1804); D. dorotheae Morgan & Forest, 1991; D. leptocerus Forest, 1956; D. stenops Morgan & Forest, 1991, and D. tumidus Rahayu & Forest, 1995 are also recorded.

Une nouvelle espèce de pagure, Diogenes foresti, récolté sur la côte sud-occidentale de l'Irian Jaya est décrite ici. Cette nouvelle espèce se distingue aisément de D. avarus par la présence sur les deuxième et troisième péréiopodes de dactyles faiblement recourbés, par le bord dorsal des carpes présentant une épine distale et les pédoncules oculaires dilatés à leur extrémités. D'autres espèces, Diogenes avarus Heller, 1865; D. dubius (Herbst, 1804); D. dorotheae Morgan & Forest, 1991; D. leptocerus Forest, 1956; D. stenops Morgan & Forest, 1991 et D. tumidus Rahayu & Forest, 1995 sont également signalées et commentées., A new species of hermit crab, Diogenes foresti, collected on the southwest coast of Irian Jaya is described. This new species is easily distinguished from D. avarus in possessing dactyls of the second and third pereiopods that are weakly curved, dorsal margin of carpi with distal spine, and ocular peduncles inflated at their extremities. Other species, Diogenes avarus Heller, 1865; D. dubius (Herbst, 1804); D. dorotheae Morgan & Forest, 1991; D. leptocerus Forest, 1956; D. stenops Morgan & Forest, 1991, and D. tumidus Rahayu & Forest, 1995 are also recorded.

Une nouvelle espèce de pagure, Diogenes foresti, récolté sur la côte sud-occidentale de l'Irian Jaya est décrite ici. Cette nouvelle espèce se distingue aisément de D. avarus par la présence sur les deuxième et troisième péréiopodes de dactyles faiblement recourbés, par le bord dorsal des carpes présentant une épine distale et les pédoncules oculaires dilatés à leur extrémités. D'autres espèces, Diogenes avarus Heller, 1865; D. dubius (Herbst, 1804); D. dorotheae Morgan & Forest, 1991; D. leptocerus Forest, 1956; D. stenops Morgan & Forest, 1991 et D. tumidus Rahayu & Forest, 1995 sont également signalées et commentées.]

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2002-03-01
2016-12-09

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