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Neogene and Quatenary crabs (Crustacea, Decapoda) collected from Costa Rica and Panama by members of the Panama Paleontology Project

@inproceedings{Todd2005NeogeneAQ,
  title={Neogene and Quatenary crabs (Crustacea, Decapoda) collected from Costa Rica and Panama by members of the Panama Paleontology Project},
  author={Jonathan A. Todd and Joe S. H. Collins},
  year={2005}
}
Crabs of Middle Miocene to Early Pleistocene age collected by members of the Panama Paleontology Project are described from the (Caribbean) Southern Limon Basin of Costa Rica and the Canal and Bocas del Toro basins of Panama, the (Isthmian) Chucunaque-Tuira Basin of Panama, and the (East Pacific) Osa-Burica, Parrita and Tempisque basins of Costa Rica. Thirty taxa are identified to species level, of which 25 are described in detail. Of these twelve species are new: Ctenocheles falciformis sp… 
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