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The Distribution of Pariambus Typicus Var. Inermis Mayer (Amphipoda, Caprellidae) On the Common Starfish Asterias Rubens L

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Pariambus typicus var. inermis Mayer est signalé pour la première fois sur Asterias rubens L. dans les eaux britanniques. Ce caprellide présente une distribution groupée sur l'astérie, ce qui est attribué à la modification, par un groupement ultérieur en familles, d'une distribution soumise au hasard à l'origine. Il n'y a pas de relations entre le nombre de caprellides et le diamètre, la couleur et le sexe des astéries. Pariambus est trouvé en grand nombre sur la face aborale de l'astérie. L'auteur discute les différences entre cette association et celle que l'on observe entre un autre caprellide, Caprella grahami Wigley & Shave et l'astérie américaine Asterias forbesi (Desor).

Affiliations: 1: Department of Zoology, University College of Swansea, Wales, Great Britain

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