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ADDITIONS TO THE KNOWN ANOMURAN FAUNA OF EL SALVADOR, CENTRAL AMERICA (CRUSTACEA: DECAPODA)

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ABSTRACT Twenty-nine species of the Infraorder Anomura were identified from invertebrate material recently collected from the coastal waters of El Salvador. Only 17 species that represent significant finds are treated here in detail; 3 species belonging to the genera Clibanarius, Paguristes, and Isocheles are undescribed, the ranges of 6 species are extended to El Salvador, and 7 other widely ranging species are new to the country. The remaining 12 species are listed with habitat information. A range map of the 37 known anomuran species of El Salvador and illustrations of the undescribed species are included.

Affiliations: 1: School of Biology Museum, University of Costa Rica, San Pedro, Costa Rica

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2016-12-11

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