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Introductions of Two Freshwater Decapod Crustaceans (Hymenosomatidae and Atyidae) Into Central and North America 1)

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Neorenclioplax kempi (Chopra & Das, 1930) (Familie Hymenosornatidae), welche bisher nur von einer einzigen Lokalität im Irak bekannnt ist, wird aus dem Süßwasser des Panama Kanals gemeldet. Potimirim potimirim (Müller, 1881) (Familie Atyidae), bisher von zwei Örtlichkeiten in Brasilien bekannt, wurde im Süßwasser in Florida, USA, gefunden. Beide Arten werden illustriert. N. kempi wird wiederbeschrieben und mit einer nahe verwandten Art, N. alcocki (Kemp, 1917), verglichen.

Affiliations: 1: Smithsonian Tropical Research Institute, P.O. Box 2072, Balboa, Canal Zone


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