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A New Record of Clistocoeloma Sinense Shen, 1933, From Taiwan (Decapoda, Brachyura, Grapsidae, Sesarminae), With Notes On Its Distribution and Ecology

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The poorly known sesarmine crab Clistocoeloma sinense Shen, 1933, previously known only from Zhejiang in China, is recorded from the western part of Taiwan for the first time. The species is compared with the closely related C. merguiense De Man, 1888, and the differences discussed and illustrated. Specimens and records from Taiwan previously ascribed to C. merguiense are almost certainly C. sinense instead. Notes on the ecology of C. sinense are also presented.

Affiliations: 1: National Museum of Natural Science, 1 Kuan Chien Rd, Taichung, Taiwan 40419, Republic of China; 2: Graduate School of Fisheries, National Oceanie University, Keelung, Taiwan 20224, Republic of China


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