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REVISION OF THE WATERFALL CRABS OF THE GENUS DEMANIETTA (DECAPODA: BRACHYURA: POTAMIDAE)

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ABSTRACT The taxonomy of the Indochinese potamid waterfall crabs of the genus Demanietta from Thailand and Myanmar (=Burma) is revised, and the type species D. manii is redescribed. The genus now contains 10 species, 5 of which are new, namely, D. huahin, D. khirikhan, D. lansak, D. nakhonsi, and D. suanphung. A key to the species of Demanietta is provided.

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2016-12-11

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