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A Further Sponge-Dwelling Species of the Periclimenes Iridescens Complex from the Western Atlantic (Decapoda, Caridea, Palaemonidae)

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[A new sponge-dwelling species of the western Atlantic Periclimenes iridescens species complex is described from Caribbean Panama. The new species is closely similar to the only other sponge-dwelling species in the complex, but can be easily separated by the highly unequal second pereiopods, as well as the armature of the major chela. Eine neue schwammbewohnende Art der westatlantischen Periclimenes iridescens-Artengruppe wird aus der Karibik bei Panama beschrieben. Die neue Art ähnelt dem einzigen anderen Schwammbewohner dieser Gruppe, kann von ihm aber durch die stark unterschiedlichen zweiten Pereiopoden und die Bewehrung der großen Schere leicht unterschieden werden., A new sponge-dwelling species of the western Atlantic Periclimenes iridescens species complex is described from Caribbean Panama. The new species is closely similar to the only other sponge-dwelling species in the complex, but can be easily separated by the highly unequal second pereiopods, as well as the armature of the major chela. Eine neue schwammbewohnende Art der westatlantischen Periclimenes iridescens-Artengruppe wird aus der Karibik bei Panama beschrieben. Die neue Art ähnelt dem einzigen anderen Schwammbewohner dieser Gruppe, kann von ihm aber durch die stark unterschiedlichen zweiten Pereiopoden und die Bewehrung der großen Schere leicht unterschieden werden.]

Affiliations: 1: Oxford University Museum of Natural History, Parks Road, Oxford, OX1 3PW, United Kingdom;, Email: sammy.degrave@oum.ox.ac.uk

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2009-06-01
2016-08-25

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