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Further Notes On the Distribution of Portunus Xantusii Affinis and Euphylax Dovii (Decapoda Brachyura, Portunidae) in the Eastern Tropical Pacific 1)

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Deux espèces de crabes pélagiques ont été recueillies dans le Pacifique tropical oriental pendant l'expédition "Eastropac", février 1967-avril 1968. Portunus xanthusii affinis a été recueilli en 26 localités différentes et Euphylax dovii en 21. Aucune femelle ovigère des deux espèces n'a été rencontrée dans les récoltes pélagiques. On suppose donc que ces portunides pélagiques trouvés loin en mer ne font pas partie de la population reproductive. Dix spécimens de P. x. affinis et un spécimen de E, dovii portaient des cirripèdes pédonculés, Conchoderma virgatum, attachés à leur carapace.

Affiliations: 1: Institute of Marine Resources, Scripps Institution of Oceanography, University of California, La Jolla, California, U.S.A

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