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ALPHEUS UTRIENSIS, NEW SPECIES (CARIDEA: ALPHEIDAE), FROM UTRIA SOUND, PACIFIC COAST OF COLOMBIA

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ABSTRACT A new species of Alpheidae, Alpheus utriensis, is described from Utria Sound, Pacific coast of Colombia. The shrimps were obtained from hollow spines of the fan clam, Pinna rugosa Sowerby. The new species shares some general characters with A. longicarinatus Hilgendorf and A. cristulifrons Rathbun, but can easily be separated from them by the presence of marked branchiostegal and infraorbital furrows, a characteristic not shared with other snapping shrimps.

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1989-01-01
2016-12-07

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