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Praosia Punctata, a New Genus and Species of Mangrove Leucosiid Crab (Decapoda, Brachyura) From Singapore

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[A new genus and species of leucosiid crab, Praosia punctata, is described from mangrove swamps in Singapore. Praosia is allied to the genera Nursia Leach and Paranursia Serène & Soh, but can be separated in having four parallel longitudinal ridges on the carapace, the structure of the male abdomen and, a more elongate male second pleopod., A new genus and species of leucosiid crab, Praosia punctata, is described from mangrove swamps in Singapore. Praosia is allied to the genera Nursia Leach and Paranursia Serène & Soh, but can be separated in having four parallel longitudinal ridges on the carapace, the structure of the male abdomen and, a more elongate male second pleopod.]

Affiliations: 1: Department of Zoology, National University of Singapore, Kent Ridge, Singapore 0511, Republic of Singapore

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