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A revision of the genus Pachygrapsus Randall, 1840 (Crustacea: Decapoda: Brachyura, Grapsidae), with special reference to the Southwest Pacific species
The genus Pachygrapsus Randall, 1840 is revised with particular attention to the five Southwest Pacific species: P. fakaravensis Rathbun, 1907, P. laevimanus Stimpson, 1858, P. minutus A.Expand
A preliminary assessment of the deep-sea Decapoda collected during the KARUBENTHOS 2015 Expedition to Guadeloupe Island.
A preliminary assessment of the deep-sea Decapoda is proposed for Guadeloupe Island based solely on high definition macro photographs taken during the KARUBENTHOS 2015 Expedition to the Island (R/VExpand
Effects of graded exercise on blood gas tensions and acid-base characteristics of rainbow trout.
A swim tunnel respirometer and an extracorporeal blood circulation technique allowed continuous collection of data from exercising fish below and near their critical speed to change the acid-base status toward a mixed respiratory and metabolic acidosis. Expand
[French polynesia].
A new deep-water hermit crab species, Paragiopagurus fasciatus, is described from the Austral Islands, French Polynesia, which has a distinct colour pattern and is distinguished by having short antennal peduncles, strongly armed carpus of the left cheliped, and in females, laterally armed telson. Expand
Land, Mangrove and Freshwater Decapod Crustaceans of Mayotte Region (Crustacea Decapoda)
A comparison with the fauna of the Seychelles Islands shows that at least 6 additional species, widely distributed in the Indo-West Pacific, are potentially also present in Mayotte region. Expand
Report on Some Species of Palaemonidae (Decapoda: caridea) from Clipperton Island
Six genera nine species of Palaemonidae collected from Clipperton Island, eastern tropical Pacific are reported, including three new species of the pontoniine genus Chacella: C. bicORNuta, C. quadricornuta, and C. sexicornuta. Expand
Hermit crabs of the genus Calcinus Dana, 1851 (Decapoda: Anomura: Diogenidae) from the Austral Islands, French Polynesia, with description of a new species
One species of Calcinus Dana, 1851 from French Polynesia is expanded based primarily on collections obtained during the French BENTHAUS Expedition in 2002 to the Austral Islands, the southernmost of the French Polynesian islands, and is fully described. Expand