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The Occurrence of Scyllarus Pygmaeus (Bate) in the Mediterranean

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Scyllarus pygmaeus (Bate), espèce connue de l'Atlantique oriental, depuis les Açores et les Canaries jusqu'aux îles du Cap Vert, est signalé pour la première fois avec certitude en Méditerranée où ce petit Scyllare, qui n'est pas rare, a jusqu'à présent été en général pris pour un jeune S. arctus (L.). Ces deux espèces, assez proches, présentent cependant un certain nombre de différences constantes. S. pygmaeus se distingue en particulier de S. arctus par la présence d'un sillon pilifère transverse sur

Affiliations: 1: Muséum National d'Histoire Naturelle, Paris; 2: Rijksmuseum van Natuijke Historie, Leiden


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