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DASELLA HERDMANIAE (LEBOUR) (DECAPODA: NATANTIA: PONTONIINAE) FROM MOÇAMBIQUE AND ESTABLISHMENT OF A NEW SPECIES, DASELLA BRUCEI

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ABSTRACT One ovigerous female of Dasella herdmaniae (Lebour) is reported from Inhaca Island, southern Moçambique. It is the most southern and also the most western report from the Indian Ocean. The specimen exhibited minute hepatic spines and 2 terminal and 1 subterminal "clubshaped" spines on the ambulatory pereiopods. A new species, Dasella brucei, is established for the specimens of D. herdmaniae reported from Heron Island, Great Barrier Reef, Australia.

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1990-01-01
2016-12-11

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