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The effects of parasitism by the rhizocephalan, Briarosaccus callosus Boschma on the lithodid crab, Paralomis granulosa (Jacquinot) in the Falkland Islands


, : The effects of parasitism by the rhizocephalan, Briarosaccus callosus Boschma on the lithodid crab, Paralomis granulosa (Jacquinot) in the Falkland Islands. Crustaceana (Leiden): 592: 156-170

Briarosaccus callosus is a locally prevalent parasite of commercially important king crabs in the north Pacific, but in the Falkland Islands it occurs at a frequency of <1% on the as yet unexploited crab P. granulosa.

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DOI: 10.2307/20104590

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