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ON THE OCCURRENCE OF THALASSINIDEA (DECAPODA) IN NORWEGIAN WATERS

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This paper surveys occurrence of five thalassinidean species recorded from the Norwegian coast. All five species occur along the coast of Southern Norway. Calocaris macandreae, the most abundant of the species, and Calocarides coronatus are found north to Northern Norway (69°30.1'N and 70°20'N respectively). Upogebia deltaura is recorded north to Sognefjorden (61 °04'N), whereas the known ranges of U. stellata and Callianassa subterranea extend to the fjords around Bergen (just north of 60°N). The study is based on both published and unpublished data.

Affiliations: 1: Zoological Museum, University of Oslo, Sars gt. 1, N-0562 Oslo, Norway m.e.christiansen@toyen.uio.no

10.1163/1937240X-90000024
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2017-11-20

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