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Report on the occurrence of the xanthid crab, Demania armadillus (Herbst, 1790) in Kalpakkam coastal waters, southeast India

@inproceedings{Silambarasan2018ReportOT,
  title={Report on the occurrence of the xanthid crab, Demania armadillus (Herbst, 1790) in Kalpakkam coastal waters, southeast India},
  author={Krishnan Silambarasan and Palaniswamy Senthilkumaar and A. Sundaramanickam},
  year={2018}
}
Introduction Of the 17 valid species listed by Ng et al.under the genus Demania Laurie, 1906 of the family Xanthidae, 5 species have been reported from India: Demania scaberrima (Walker, 1887) from Odisha, Manoli Island in Gulf of Mannar, mouth of River Mahanadi, Odisha and Chennai; D.baccalipes (Alcock, 1898) from Mumbai, Parangipettai, Gulf of Mannar and Chennai; D.alcocki Deb, 1987 from mouth of River Mahanadi, Odisha; D.armadillus from Tranquebar, mouth of River Mahanadi, Odisha, Sand… 
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