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EULIMNADIA BELKI, A NEW CLAM SHRIMP FROM COZUMEL, MEXICO (CONCHOSTRACA: LIMNADIIDAE), WITH A REVIEW OF CENTRAL AND SOUTH AMERICAN SPECIES OF THE GENUS EULIMNADIA

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ABSTRACT A new species of Eulimnadia, E. belki, is described from the Chankanaab National Park in Cozumel, State of Quintana Roo, Yucatan Peninsula, Mexico. The species also occurs in Venezuela. Eulimnadia belki can be distinguished from all other species of the Limnadiidae in the New World by the unusual morphology of the eggs. The morphology of the external egg shell, a promising taxonomic character, is compared to that of all species of Eulimnadia known from Central and South America.

10.1163/193724089X00250
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2017-12-16

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