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Contributions to the biogeographical knowledge of some decapod crustaceans in the British Isles

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Distributional data for many species are usually collated from historical accounts. Gaps in this knowledge have been highlighted by reviewing available literature. Data collated from several routine and monitoring surveys have produced records of a number of decapod species in areas from which they were previously unknown or were scarce. Their publication here highlights the importance of publishing data from routine surveys. Les données sur la distribution de nombreuses espèces sont habituellement collationnées à partir de comptes-rendus anciens. Des lacunes dans cette connaissance ont été remarquées en consultant la littérature disponible. Les données provenant de plusieurs relevés de routine ou de contrôle, ont fourni des signalements d'un certain nombre d'espèces de décapodes dans des zones d'où elles étaient jusqu'à présent inconnues ou rares. Leur publication démontre ici l'importance de publier les données des opérations de contrôle.

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