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A NEW SPECIES OF ENOPLOMETOPUS (THALASSINIDEA: AXIIDAE) FROM THE NORTHERN PHILIPPINES

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ABSTRACT Enoplometopuschacei is described from a single male taken from shallow water at Batan Island in the Philippines. The species, a member of the subgenus Enoplometopus, is characterized primarily by the possession of an overall orange-red integumental pigment with few color spots on the ventrolateral carapace, as well as by several more subtle features of the appendages.

10.1163/193724086X00361
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2017-12-18

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