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Intraspecific Setal Variation in Bathynectes Superbus (Costa) (Decapoda, Portunidae) 1)

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Des spécimens de Bathynectes superbus de l'est et de l'ouest de l'Atlantique ont été examinés en fonction de la présence ou de l'absence de pubescence. Deux types de pubescence ont été observés parmi les populations allopatriques. Les crabes de l'Atlantique oriental étaient complètement pubescents: chélipèdes, péréiopodes, maxillipèdes et surfaces ventrales de la carapace étaient couverts de soies, alors que celles-ci, sur les spécimens ouest-atlantiques, étaient généralement confinées aux bords antérolatéraux, sur le côté ventral de la carapace.

Affiliations: 1: Virginia Institute of Marine Science, Gloucester Point, Virginia 23062, U.S.A.


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