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HISTOLOGY AND EXTERNAL MORPHOLOGY OF A GYNANDROMORPH OF QUADRELLA CORONATA DANA (DECAPODA: TRAPEZIIDAE)

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ABSTRACT Two gynandromorph specimens of the trapeziid crab Quadrella coronata Dana were collected in the Philippines. The specimens display both the female characteristic broad abdomen and male pleopods. Histological examination revealed only fully developed testes.

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2016-12-04

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