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Morphological and molecular evidence for a new endemic freshwater crab, Sesarma ayatum sp. n., (Grapsidae, Sesarminae) from eastern Jamaica
Recent morphological studies have shown that the Jamaican mountain stream crab, Sesarma bidentatum Benedict, 1892 (Sensu Abele 1992), consists of several allopatric forms. Three new species have beenExpand
Taxonomy and ecology of two endemic freshwater crabs from western Jamaica with the description of a new Sesarma species (Brachyura: Grapsidae: Sesarminae)
The type series of the Jamaican grapsid crab Sesarma windsor Turkay and Diesel, 1994, was re-examined and found to consist of two distinct forms. The holotype represented a form so far only recordedExpand
Neuroleptic malignant-like syndrome after rapid switch from bromocriptine to pergolide.
Neuroleptic malignant-like syndrome (NMLS) occurred after rapid switch from bromocriptine to pergolide in a Parkinsonian patient. Although the underlying mechanisms are as yet obscure, we hypothesizeExpand
Quetiapine improves involuntary movements after cerebellar stroke
Sirs: Delayed onset of involuntary movements, including dystonia, tremor, myoclonus, have been reported after stroke or head trauma. These symptoms are sometimes progressive and often disabling [1,Expand
Description of a New Freshwater Crab of the Genus Sesarma Say, 1817 (Brachyura, Grapsidae, Sesarminae) From Western Jamaica
[A new freshwater crab, Sesarma dolphinum sp. n., is described from Jamaica. The number of known Jamaican endemic Sesarminae increases thereby to eight. Half of the American species of Sesarma knownExpand
Gonopod morphology and 16S mtDNA sequence alignment of the freshwater crabs Sesarma bidentatum and S. ayatum (Grapsidae: Sesarminae) from Jamaica
The recent description of the fifth Jamaican crab species from freshwater streams, Sesarma ayatum Schubart, Reimer & Diesel 1998, suffered from two typesetting errors. Since these errors affect theExpand