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Decapod Crustaceans of the Trawlable Sea Bed Around the Island of Lampedusa (Central Mediterranean)

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A list of species of the decapod crustaceans collected during benthic investigations around the island of Lampedusa is given, together with notes on their ecology and biology. The carcinofauna is typical for the central Mediterranean, and has a close affinity to that of the western basin. The Atlantic species Pilumnus inermis is reported for the first time in the central Mediterranean. Paguristes streaensis, hitherto known from the southern Adriatic, was also found.

Affiliations: 1: Department of Environmental Biology, University of Siena, Via delle Cerchia, 3, I-53100 Siena, Italy


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