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Two New Species of Pseudocoutierea (Decapoda Natantia, Palaemonidae) From the Colombian Caribbean

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Se describen dos nuevas especies de camarones de la familia Palaemonidae, Pseudocoutierea edentata y Pseudocoutierea conchae encontradas en las bahías de Concha y Santa Marta, Caribe Colombiano. Estos camarones son ectocomensales de la octocoralia Leptogorgia virgulata (Lamarck), la cual presenta varios colores y los camarones tienen la capacidad de adaptar su color al del huesped. En estas dos especies se encuentran caracteríisticas diferenciables de las otras dos especies de Pseudocoutierea, siendo la principal, la presencia de exopoditos sobre el segundo par de maxilipedos, la cual no era conocida para el género.

Affiliations: 1: Instituto de Investigaciones Marinas de Punta de Bétin, Invemar, Apdo Aéreo 1016, Santa Marta, Colombia, S.A.


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