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ATHANOPSIS RUBRICINCTUTA, NEW SPECIES (DECAPODA: NATANTIA: ALPHEIDAE), A SHRIMP ASSOCIATED WITH AN ECHIUROID AT INHACA ISLAND, MOÇAMBIQUE

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ABSTRACT A new species of alpheid shrimp in the genus Athanopsis was found at Inhaca Island, southern Moçambique. Athanopsis rubricinctuta is the fifth species in the genus and the first found in the southwestern Indian Ocean. It was obtained in shallow water on a tidal flat from the burrows of echiuroids of the family Thalassematidae. This association confirms an earlier finding of Athanopsis associated with echiuroids.

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1991-01-01
2016-12-08

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