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TWO NEW SPECIES OF MUNIDOPSIS (DECAPODA: ANOMURA: GALATHEIDAE) FROM THE WESTERN ATLANTIC OCEAN

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ABSTRACT New galatheid squat lobsters, Munidopsis glabra, from the continental slope of the northwestern Gulf of Mexico, and M. penescabra, from continental slope areas of the northwestern Gulf of Mexico and the western North Atlantic off Georgia, are described and illustrated. Munidopsis glabra is closely related to western Atlantic M. abbreviata (A. Milne Edwards, 1880). Munidopsis penescabra has affinities with eastern Pacific M. scabra Faxon, 1893, and M. tanneri Faxon, 1893, and with closely related western Atlantic M. sharreri (A. Milne Edwards, 1880) and M. kucki Baba and Camp, 1988.

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2017-12-15

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