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Description of a New Species of Petrolisthes from the Western Pacific (Decapoda, Anomura, Porcellanidae)

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A new species of Porcellanid crab from the western Pacific, Petrolisthes bifidus, is described. The species is similar to the species of Borradaile's Petrolisthes lamarckii complex, but is distinguishable from all comparable species by the unusual form of the dactyli of the walking legs, a character so far unique for a Petrolisthes species. Eine neue Porcellanidenart aus dem Westpazifik, Petrolisthes bifidus wird beschrieben. Die Art ähnelt den Angehörigen von Borradaile's Petrolisthes lamarckii Komplexes, unterscheidet sich aber von allen vergleichbaren Arten durch die außergewöhnliche Form der Dactyli der Laufbeine, die bisher einzigartig für eine Petrolisthes -Art ist.


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