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TWO NEW SPECIES AND A NEW RECORD OF SPIDER CRABS WITH A NOTE ON STILBOGNATHUS CURVICORNIS (HERBST, 1803) FROM PAKISTAN WATERS OF THE NORTHERN ARABIAN SEA

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Tirmizi & Kazmi (1988) reported sixteen majid crabs from Pakistan, later two more species were added (Kazmi & Tirmizi, 1995). In the present paper one species, Menaethiops nodulosus (Nobili), is being recorded for the first time from Pakistan and two species, Menaethiops gadaniensis and Pseudomicippe griffini, are being described as new. Pseudomicippe here presents the first record of the genus for this region. A note is also added on live specimens of Stilbognathus curvicornis (Herbst) previously reported from Pakistan from a dry piece of carapace only.

Tirmizi & Kazmi (1988) ont signale du Pakistan seize especes de crabes Majidae, auxquelles se sont ajoutees deux especes supplementaires (Kazmi & Tirmizi, 1995). Dans le present article une espece, Menaethiops nodulosus (Nobili), est signalee pour la premiere fois de Pakistan et deux especes, Menaethiops gadaniensis et Pseudomicippe griffini, sont decrites comme nouvelles. C'est la premiere mention du genre Pseudomicippe dans la region. Une note est aussi ajoutee sur des specimens vivants de Stilbognathus curvicornis (Herbst), espece qui avait ete precedemment signalee de Pakistan seulement d'apres un fragment sec de carapace.

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1999-06-01
2016-08-29

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