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CRABS OF THE FAMILY HOMOLODROMIIDAE, I. DESCRIPTION OF THE MALE OF HOMOLODROMIA ROBERTSI GARTH, 1973, BASED ON SPECIMENS FROM DEEP WATERS OFF THE COAST OF CHILE

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ABSTRACT Several large adults of Homolodromia robertsi Garth, 1973, previously known from 2 females collected off the coast of Peru, were collected from deep waters off the coast of Chile. The male of the species is described. In general, characters of the male are similar to those of the female; little sexual dimorphism exists. The first gonopod is 3-segmented, robust, and similar to that of other genera in the Dromiacea and to an earlier description of the pleopods of Homolodromia paradoxa. Data on the biology of the species (occurrence of ovigerous females, geographic range, and morphometry) are included. The range of the species is extended more than 2,600 km south.

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1989-01-01
2016-12-04

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