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Ecological note on Troglocarcinus corallicola (Brachyura: Cryptochiridae) living in symbiosis with Manicina areolata (Cnidaria: Scleractinia) in the Mexican Caribbean
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Troglocarcinus corallicola Verrill is one of the twoknown species of gall crabs in the Mexican Atlantic which lives in symbiosis with the host stony coral, Manicina areolata Linnaeus, and is the most widely distributed of the Atlantic cryptochirids. Expand
Marine and coastal biodiversity of Oaxaca, Mexico
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The present study aimed to update and synthesize existing information to improve understanding of coastal and marine biodiversity; and provide a baseline for future biodiversity studies in Oaxaca. Expand
Littoral Maeridae and Melitidae (Amphipoda: Gammaridea) from the Gulf of Tehuantepec, Mexico
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The examination of approximately 3,250 specimens resulted in 12 new records from the Gulf of Tehuantepec, belonging to four genera, Elasmopus, Maera, Quadrimaera and Melita, increased to 18 species that corroborates the hypothesis of Barnard (1979) “on the Pacific there are (sic) a mark of speciation of genusElasmopus”. Expand
Marine and coastal biodiversity of Oaxaca, Mexico [with erratum]
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The present study aimed to update and synthesize existing information to improve understanding of coastal and marine biodiversity; and provide a baseline for future biodiversity studies in Oaxaca. Expand
RECORDS OF AND OBSERVATIONS ON TANAIDACEANS (PERACARIDA) FROM SHALLOW WATERS OF THE CARIBBEAN COAST OF MEXICO
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Nine species have been known to occur in the Caribbean Basin and four species, Hexapleomera robusta (Moore), Leptochelia dubia (Kroyer), Sinelobus stanfordi (Richardson), and Zeuxo kurilensis (Kussakin & Tzareva) are widely distributed forms, occurring in two or more oceans. Expand
Annotated checklist and keys for cumaceans (Crustacea: Peracarida) from the Tropical Eastern Pacific, with six new species from the Southern Mexican Pacific.
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Six new species of cumaceans belonging to two families and five genera are recorded in the Tropical Eastern Pacific, and the genus Coricuma Watling & Breedy, 1988, increases its geographical range from Costa Rica to Mexico, and a second species is described. Expand
Diet of Octopus hubbsorum (Cephalopoda: Octopodidae) from the Coast of Oaxaca, México
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The results suggest that females likely migrate to shallow areas to feed in preparation for mating, they may do this to increase energy intake prior to egg caring and incubation, a period when they do not feed. Expand
Marine flatworms (Platyhelminthes: Polycladida) found in empty barnacle shells, including a new species, from southern Mexican Pacific.
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This work records for the first time the presence of a cotylean polyclad in barnacles, as well as the first record of the polyclad genera Stylochus and Prosthiostomum from the southern Mexican Pacific. Expand
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