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Free Content A Large Megalopa Attributed to Petalomera Wilsoni (Fulton and Grant, 1902) (Decapoda, Dromiidae)

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A large megalopa attributed to Petalomera wilsoni (Fulton and Grant, 1902) is figured and described. This megalopa shares many “primitive” features with others described from the family Dromiidae, but is relatively more “advanced” in having uniramous uropods and no exopods on any of the pereiopods.

Document Type: Short Communication

Publication date: 1977-07-01

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