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Description of the Holotype of Enoplometopus Dentatus Miers, With Notes On Other Species of the Genus (Decapoda)

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Une rédescription de l'holotype de Enoplometopus dentatus Miers, 1880, est donnée et l'identité de cette espèce avec E. antillensis Lütken démontré. L'espèce de Lütken a une distribution atlantique. Les spécimens de Banda (Moluques) identifiés par Holthuis (1946) comme E. antillensis appartiennent à une nouvelle espèce E. holthuisi.

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1968-01-01
2016-02-13

Affiliations: 1: British Museum (Natural History), London, Great Britain

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