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REDESCRIPTION OF THE AFRICAN FRESH-WATER CRAB SUDANONAUTES AFRICANUS (A. MILNE EDWARDS, 1869) (BRACHYURA: POTAMOIDEA: POTAMONAUTIDAE)

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ABSTRACT The African fresh-water crab Sudanonautes africanus (A. Milne Edwards, 1869) is redescribed from a large series of specimens from 5 countries. The species is redefined by a combination of characters of the carapace, chelipeds, and gonopod 1. The distribution of S. africanus is revised to include the coastal rain-forest regions of Nigeria and Central Africa (from south Cameroon to lower Zaire), and to exclude the West African region west of the river Niger in Nigeria. Sudanonautes africanus is one of the second intermediate hosts of the human lung fluke (Paragonimus).

10.1163/193724095X00569
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2017-11-21

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