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Zur Kenntnis Der Crustacea Decapoda Des Golfes Von Thessaloniki

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A first survey of the Crustacea Decapoda of the Gulf of Salonica. After an introduction in the environmental data of the Gulf of Salonica the authors give a table showing data for 35 species of Decapoda found there in July/August 1970 and in August 1971. Two species are reported for the first time for Greece (Parthenope angulifrons, Macropodia czerniavskii). The most characteristic species for the Gulf are Palaemon adspersus, Crangon crangon, Diogenes pugilator, Dorippe lanata, Carcinus mediterraneus, Macropipus depurator, Brachynotus sexdentatus. Of special interest are some biological notes (e.g., the number of eggs of berried females).

Affiliations: 1: Institut für Allgemeine Zoologie, D-6500 Mainz, Deutschland


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