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SHRIMPS ASSOCIATED WITH COELENTERATES, ECHINODERMS, AND MOLLUSCS IN THE SANTA MARTA REGION, COLOMBIA

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ABSTRACT Commensal shrimps associated with echinoderms, molluscs, and coelenterates were collected in Tayrona National Park northeast of Santa Marta (11°15'N, 74°13'W). Twenty-nine species belonging to 4 families were found: 19 palaemonids, 6 hippolytids, 3 alpheids, and 1 gnathophyllid. The following shrimps are reported as commensals for the first time: Synalpheus townsendi and Alpheus cristulifrons (from crinoids), Latreutes parvulus (from an echinoid), and Periclimenes sp.? and Tozeuma serratum (from a hydroid).

Affiliations: 1: Instituto de Investigaciones Marinas, Punta de Betin, INVEMAR, Santa Marta, Apdo. Aereo 1016, Colombia; (present address) Zoologisches Institut der Universität Kiel, Olshausenstrasse 40-60, 2300 Kiel 1, Federal Republic of Germany.

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