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First Records of Merhippolyte Ancistrota Crosnier & Forest, 1973 in Moroccan Atlantic Waters and in the Mediterranean Sea (Decapoda, Merhippolytidae)

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Four specimens of the rare shrimp Merhippolyte ancistrota are here reported. This species, which was only known from the subtropical and southern parts of the Eastern Atlantic, is recorded for the first time off the Atlantic coast of Morocco and in the Mediterranean Sea. The morphology of the shrimps examined is compared with the specimens previously reported.

Affiliations: 1: ) Avenue du Bois des Collines 34, B-1420 Braine-l'Alleud, Belgium; 2: ) Department of Biology, University of Ostrava, Hladnovská 9, 710 00 Ostrava 2, Czech Republic


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