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SCYLLARUS RAMOSAE, NEW SPECIES, FROM THE BRAZILIAN CONTINENTAL SLOPE, WITH NOTES ON CONGENERS OCCURRING IN THE AREA (DECAPODA: SCYLLARIDAE)

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ABSTRACT Scyllarusramosae, new species, from the Brazilian continental slope closely resembles Scyllarus faxoni from the Caribbean Sea, with which it is compared. Three other species of the genus occur in Brazilian waters, namely, S. americanus, S. chacei, and S. depressus. The old records of S. arctus from Brazil belong actually to S. depressus. A key for the species of Scyllarus from the western Atlantic south of Venezuela is presented.

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1997-01-01
2016-12-05

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