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PAGURIXUS NOMURAI, NEW SPECIES, AND ADDITIONAL RECORD OF PAGURIXUS MAORUS (NOBILI, 1906), HERMIT CRABS FROM KUME-JIMA ISLAND, THE RYUKYUS, JAPAN (DECAPODA: ANOMURA: PAGURIDAE)

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ABSTRACT Two pagurid species of the genus Pagurixus Melin, 1939, P. nomurai, new species, and P. maorus (Nobili, 1906), are described and illustrated in detail on the basis of material from Kume-jima Island, the Ryukyus, Japan. Among the 12 known species of the genus, the new species appears closest to P. maorus, and the material at hand permits an adequate evaluation of the differences between the two taxa. The present record of Pagurixus maorus greatly extends its known biogeographical range north and west.

10.1163/193724095X00343
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2017-08-16

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