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A Redescription of Dotilla Malabarica Nobili, 1903 (Decapoda, Brachyura, Ocypodidae)

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[Dotilla malabarica Nobili, 1903, aus der Unterfamilie Scopimerinae wird erneut beschrieben, da seit der lückenhaften Erstbeschreibung dieser Art aus Mahé (Malabar-Küste - Indien, Locus typicus) bisher keine neuen Funde publiziert wurden. Neben der Typusserie diente neues Material aus Chaliyam, 65 km südlich von Mahé, als Grundlage für diese Redeskription., Dotilla malabarica Nobili, 1903, aus der Unterfamilie Scopimerinae wird erneut beschrieben, da seit der lückenhaften Erstbeschreibung dieser Art aus Mahé (Malabar-Küste - Indien, Locus typicus) bisher keine neuen Funde publiziert wurden. Neben der Typusserie diente neues Material aus Chaliyam, 65 km südlich von Mahé, als Grundlage für diese Redeskription.]

Affiliations: 1: Department of Physiology and Ecology, University of Münster, Badestr. 9, D-4400 Münster, Federal Republic of Germany

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