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Brachyura and crab-like anomura of New Zealand
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New crabs from hydrothermal vents of the Kermadec Ridge submarine volcanoes, New Zealand: Gandalfus gen. nov. (Bythograeidae) and Xenograpsus (Varunidae) (Decapoda: Brachyura)
Gandalfus puia gen. et sp. nov. (Bythograeidae) is reported from submarine volcanoes near the Kermadec Islands. The genus Austinograea is revised with the result that A. yunohana Takeda, Hashimoto &Expand
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Reproduction in Brachyura
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Human-Mediated Spread of Alien Crabs
The introduction and spread of alien species is now recognized as one of the most significant modifiers of biodiversity. In the absence of their normal predators and parasites, alien crabs oftenExpand
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Competition and niche segregation following the arrival of Hemigrapsus takanoi in the formerly Carcinus maenas dominated Dutch delta
Abstract In a combined study including a 20 year monitoring programme of the benthic communities of four Dutch delta waters and a snapshot survey conducted in the Oosterschelde tidal bay in 2011, theExpand
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Contingencies in the behaviour of the crab Heterozius rotundifrons
We recorded the responses of individual intertidal crabs, Heterozius rotundifrons, to stimuli presented singly and in combinations in the laboratory. Undisturbed crabs did not respond to theExpand
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Masking and ingestion preferences of the spider crab Notomithrax ursus (Brachyura: Majidae)
Abstract In laboratory tests, the spider crabs Notomithrax ursus, collected near Kaikoura peninsula, South Island, New Zealand, were shown to mask with some species of algae more than others. TheExpand
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