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On the occurrence of two brachyurans, Myra subgranulata and Herbstia condyliata, on Rhodes Island (Se Aegean Sea)

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Two brachyurans, the Erythrean Myra subgranulata (Leucosiidae) and the Atlanto-Mediterranean Herbstia condyliata (Majidae), were collected from the NE coast of Rhodes Island. The first species' occurrence represents a new record for Greek waters and is the result of a gradual westward extension of its distribution along the eastern Mediterranean coasts, after its immigration from the Red Sea via the Suez Canal. The second species' record is new for Rhodes. Deux crabes brachyoures, l'érythréen Myra subgranulata (Leucosiidae) et l'atlanto-méditerranéen Herbstia condyliata (Majidae) ont été récoltés sur la côte nord-orientale de l'île de Rhodes. La présence de la première espèce représente une nouvelle citation pour les eaux grecques et est le résultat de l'extension graduelle de sa répartition vers l'ouest le long des côtes méditerranéennes, après son immigration depuis la mer Rouge via le canal de Suez. La seconde espèce est nouvelle pour Rhodes.

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