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MORE RECORDS FOR SHRIMPS OF THE GENUS RIMICARIS (DECAPODA: CARIDEA: BRESILIIDAE) FROM THE MID-ATLANTIC RIFT

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ABSTRACT Additional specimens of the newly described caridean bresiliid shrimps Rimicaris exoculata and R. chacei are recorded from a hydrothermally active area, 23°22.160'N, 44°57.072'W, at a depth of 3,522 m on the Mid-Atlantic Rift about 184 nautical miles (341 km) SSW of the locality from which the species were originally described.

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1987-01-01
2016-12-03

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