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A Deep-Water Lobster Palinustus Unicornutus Berry, 1979 (Decapoda, Palinuridae) From the Maldive Islands, a New Record for the Central Indian Ocean

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A trawling survey for demersal fishery resources was carried out in the deep water between the atolls of the Maldive Islands. A single specimen of deep-sea lobster Palinustus unicornutus was captured together with specimens of Puerulus sewelli Ramadan, 1938, and Puerulus angulatus (Bate, 1888). This is a new record for the Central Indian Ocean. Palinustus unicornutus was known only from two specimens, both collected from waters off Natal, South Africa.

Affiliations: 1: 14 Ffrydlas Road, Bethesda, Gwynedd LL57 3BL, N. Wales, U.K.


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