Studies on Eumalacostraca: a homage to Masatsune Takeda

@inproceedings{Komatsu2012StudiesOE,
  title={Studies on Eumalacostraca: a homage to Masatsune Takeda},
  author={Hironori Komatsu and Junji Okuno and Kouki Fukuoka},
  year={2012}
}
,butalso some significant differences that may imply that shell-carrying in thedromiids has evolved more than once. We provide a summary of relevantmorphological evidence and a hypothesis about the evolution of camouflagein dromiid crabs. The morphological and behavioural characters will need tobe eventually mapped on to a molecular phylogeny.Specimens that were used for this study came from the Western AustraliaMuseum (WAM), Queensland Museum, Brisbane (QM) and the Allan Han-cock Collection, now… 

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