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REDESCRIPTION AND SYSTEMATIC REMARKS ON PROBOPYRUS BUITENDIJKI (HORST, 1910) (ISOPODA, BOPYRIDAE), PARASITIC ON MACROBRACHIUM ROSENBERGII (DE MAN) IN SOUTHEAST ASIA

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ABSTRACT The bopyrid isopod Probopyrus buitendijki (Horst, 1910), the only known bopyrid parasite of the commercially important palaemonid shrimp Macrobrachium rosenbergii (de Man), is redescribed and fully illustrated on the basis of collections from Thailand, Malaysia, and Indonesia, including type-material. Probopyrus latilamellaris Nierstrasz and Brender à Brandis, 1923, is considered a junior synonym of P. buitendijki. Though similar to P. borrei (Giard and Bonnier) it is readily distinguishable by means of characters presented.

Affiliations: 1: Arch Cape Marine Laboratory, Arch Cape, Oregon 97102.

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2017-08-18

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