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A Note On Three Uncommon Southern African Grapsids, Helice Leachii Hess, 1865, Sesarma (Sesarma) Longipes Krauss, 1843 and Sesarma (Sesarma) Smithi H. Milne Edwards, 1853

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Three uncommon mangrove-associated grapsid species recorded in southern African waters are described and photographed. Helice leachii Hess, 1865 is recorded for the first time from southern Africa. Sesarma (Sesarma) longipes Krauss, 1843, and Sesarma (Sesarma) smithi H. Milne Edwards, 1853, were both originally described from southern African waters during the last century, but rarely collected. Possible reasons for this are given.

Affiliations: 1: Department of Zoology, University of Transkei, Private Bag X1, Umtata, Transkei


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