Rediscovery of Uroptychus pubescens Faxon, 1893 (Decapoda, Anomura, Chirostylidae) in the Southern Gulf of California, Pacific Coast of Mexico

in Crustaceana
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Abstract

Uroptychus pubescens Faxon, 1893, was collected off the east coast of the Baja California Peninsula, in the southern Gulf of California, and represents the second known record for this species since it was captured by the "Albatross" in 1891. This new material is described and compared to the only syntype available in the Smithsonian collections. The new material is much smaller than the syntype (CW 8.3 mm vs. CW 14.1 mm), but its general characteristics correspond well with the specimen collected by the "Albatross".

Rediscovery of Uroptychus pubescens Faxon, 1893 (Decapoda, Anomura, Chirostylidae) in the Southern Gulf of California, Pacific Coast of Mexico

in Crustaceana

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