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ALPHEUSINCA: A NEW SNAPPING SHRIMP (CARIDEA: ALPHEIDAE) FROM WESTERN SOUTH AMERICA

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ABSTRACT Alpheus inca, new species, is described from shallow rocky subtidal zones of Chile and Peru. This member of the macrocheles species group can be recognized by the locking notch of the dactyl in the palm of the major chela. The species lacks spines on the distal margins of the merus of the third pereiopods.

Affiliations: 1: (MKW) Allan Hancock Foundation, University of Southern California, University Park, Los Angeles, California 90007: (MMG) Area de Invertebrados e Ictiologia, Instituto del Mar del Peru, Apartado 22, Callao, Lima, Peru

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2016-12-08

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