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The Phyletically Irregular Social Behavior of Diogenes Pugilator (Anomura, Paguridea) 1)

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Le comportement social du pagure Diogenes pugilator ressemble davantage à celui des Paguridae qu'à celui des autres membres de la famille des Diogenidae. Son allure générale et ses mouvements, l'usage du jeu des chélipèdes, le comportement de secouement-délogement, et le comportement sexuel sont très semblables à ceux des Paguridae.

Affiliations: 1: Biological Laboratories, Harvard University, Cambridge, Mass., U.S.A.


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