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THREE COLONIAL RHIZOCEPHALANS FROM MANTIS SHRIMPS AND A CRAB IN VIETNAM, INCLUDING POTTSIA SERENEI, NEW SPECIES (CIRRIPEDIA: RHIZOCEPHALA: THOMPSONIIDAE)

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ABSTRACT At Nha Trang, Vietnam, two species of colonial rhizocephalans of the family Thompsoniidae parasitize three species of Stomatopoda. Thylacoplethus squillae Høeg and Lützen is already known from Japan. Pottsia serenei, new species, may be differentiated from Pottsia plesionikae by its smaller size, relatively longer stalk, much larger eggs, and the presence of compound eyes in the cypris larvae. A third colonial species, Diplothylacus sinensis, is recorded from Portunus sanguinolentusat three localities in Vietnam

10.1163/193724099X00583
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2017-12-18

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