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Crustacea Decapoda: les Cyclodorippidae et Cymonomidae de l'Indo-Ouest-Pacifique à l'exclusion du genre Cymonomus

@inproceedings{Tavares1993CrustaceaDL,
  title={Crustacea Decapoda: les Cyclodorippidae et Cymonomidae de l'Indo-Ouest-Pacifique {\`a} l'exclusion du genre Cymonomus},
  author={Marcos Tavares},
  year={1993}
}
This is part of a séries of papers (TAVARES, 1991a, 1991b, 1992a, 1992b, 1992c) reviewing the Cyclodorippidae Ortmann, 1892, and Cymonomidae Bouvier, 1897, of the world. It contains a review of ail the Cyclodorippidae from the Indo-West Pacific as well as one genus of Cymonomidae. This is a systematic approach preceding a more detailed study of the Cyclodorippoidea morphology and of the phylogenetic relationships within the superfamily. The présent work was based upon large collections from the… 

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