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A NEW SPECIES OF ALPINE FRESHWATER CRAB (BRACHYURA, POTAMIDAE) FROM SIANGYANG NATIONAL FOREST RECREATION AREA, TAIWAN

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[A new species of freshwater crab, Geothelphusa haituan, is described from the SiangYang National Forest Recreation Area, adjacent to the southeastern part of YuShan National Park in Taiwan. G. haituan is a small-sized Alpine species, obtained at an elevation of about 2000 m a.s.l. The species is diagnosed and figured, and compared with allegedly allied species. Detailed features of the male first gonopod are examined using scanning electron microscopy (SEM), and part of the species' COI gene was analysed.

Une nouvelle espèce de crabe d'eau douce Geothelphusa haituan, provenant du “SiangYang National Forest Recreation Area”, proche de la partie sud-est du parc national YuShan à Taïwan, est décrite. G. haituan est une petite espèce alpine, récoltée à une altitude d'environ 2000 m. Une diagnose, des figures et une comparaison avec les espèces supposées proches sont données. Les détails des caractéristiques du premier gonopode du mâle ont été examinés au microscope à balayage et une partie du gêne COI de l'espèce a été analysé., A new species of freshwater crab, Geothelphusa haituan, is described from the SiangYang National Forest Recreation Area, adjacent to the southeastern part of YuShan National Park in Taiwan. G. haituan is a small-sized Alpine species, obtained at an elevation of about 2000 m a.s.l. The species is diagnosed and figured, and compared with allegedly allied species. Detailed features of the male first gonopod are examined using scanning electron microscopy (SEM), and part of the species' COI gene was analysed.

Une nouvelle espèce de crabe d'eau douce Geothelphusa haituan, provenant du “SiangYang National Forest Recreation Area”, proche de la partie sud-est du parc national YuShan à Taïwan, est décrite. G. haituan est une petite espèce alpine, récoltée à une altitude d'environ 2000 m. Une diagnose, des figures et une comparaison avec les espèces supposées proches sont données. Les détails des caractéristiques du premier gonopode du mâle ont été examinés au microscope à balayage et une partie du gêne COI de l'espèce a été analysé.]

Affiliations: 1: Department of Biological Sciences, National Sun Yat-sen University, Kaohsiung 804, Taiwan, R.O.C.; Jyn-Jeng Junior High School, Pingtung 900, Taiwan, R.O.C.; 2: Department of Biological Sciences, National Sun Yat-sen University, Kaohsiung 804, Taiwan, R.O.C.;, Email: hsumin@mail.nsysu.edu.tw; 3: Tungkang Biotechnology Research Center, Fisheries Research Institute, Pingtung 928, Taiwan, R.O.C.

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