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Distribution and habitat of four species of Alpheus Fabricius, 1798 (Alpheus bellimanus Lockington, 1877; A. Cristulifrons Rathbun, 1900; A. Panamensis Kingsley, 1878; and A. Malleator Dana, 1852) (Caridea, Alpheidae) along the Pacific coast of Mexico

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The geographic distribution of four species of Alpheus shrimp in the Mexican Pacific is reviewed on the basis of new collections. The habitat of two species trawled on the continental platform (A. bellimanus and A. cristulifrons) is precised in terms of depth, sediment composition, epibenthic water temperature, and dissolved oxygen content. A second record for A. panamensis is provided and records for A. malleator in the southern Gulf of California are summarized. La distribution géographique de quatre espèces de crevette du genre Alpheus le long du Pacifique du Mexique est analysée et complétée grâce à de nouvelles récoltes. L'habitat de deux espèces récoltées au chalut (A. bellimanus et A. cristulifrons) est précisé en ce qui concerne la profondeur, la nature des sédiments, la température et la concentration en oxygène de l'eau au niveau du fond. Un second registre est présenté pour A. panamensis et les registres de A. malleator connus pour le sud-est du golfe de Californie sont analysés.


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