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ANNOTATED CHECKLIST OF ANOMURAN DECAPOD CRUSTACEANS OF THE WORLD (EXCLUSIVE OF THE KIWAOIDEA AND FAMILIES CHIROSTYLIDAE AND GALATHEIDAE OF THE GALATHEOIDEA) PART II - PORCELLANIDAE

@inproceedings{Osawa2010ANNOTATEDCO,
  title={ANNOTATED CHECKLIST OF ANOMURAN DECAPOD CRUSTACEANS OF THE WORLD (EXCLUSIVE OF THE KIWAOIDEA AND FAMILIES CHIROSTYLIDAE AND GALATHEIDAE OF THE GALATHEOIDEA) PART II - PORCELLANIDAE},
  author={Masayuki Osawa and Patsy A. Mclaughlin and Porcellanidae Haworth and Porcellaniens H. Milne Edwards and Porcellaniadae Randall and Porcellanodea Henderson and Porcellainea Holmes},
  year={2010}
}
Annotated checklists of the world's Recent anomuran crustacean superfamilies Aegloidea, Hippoidea, Lithodoidea, Lomisoidea, Paguroidea and galatheoid family Porcellanidae are presented. Each is accompanied by brief reviews of the historical aspects of its classifi cation, general external morphology, features of larval development and current phylogenetic status. This presentation is divided into four parts because the only unifying threads among the Aegloidea, Hippoidea, Porcellanidae and the… 

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