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Zoological Journal of the Linnean Society, ISSN 0024-4082, 10/2010, Volume 160, Issue 2, pp. 254 - 265
Shrimps from the ecologically diverse genera Lysmata and Exhippolysmata are rare among marine invertebrates because they are protandric simultaneous... 
Merguia | Lysmata | Exhippolysmata | hermaphrodite | Hippolytidae | Hermaphrodite | EVOLUTION | ZOOLOGY | SEX ALLOCATION | DNA | PROTANDRIC SIMULTANEOUS HERMAPHRODITISM
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Tropical Zoology, ISSN 0394-6975, 05/1993, Volume 6, Issue 1, pp. 179 - 187
The hippolytid shrimps Merguia oligodon (De Man 1888) and M. rhizophorae (Rathbun 1900) are reported from Kenya and Nigeria respectively, the first occurrences... 
Merguia | Crustacea | semi-terrestrial shrimps | zoogeography | Hippolytidae | Semi-terrestrial shrimps | Zoogeography
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Tropical Zoology, ISSN 0394-6975, 11/1993, Volume 6, Issue 2, pp. 281 - 286
Merguia oligodon (De Man 1888), is one of the two known species of semi-terrestrial shrimp. It is very common in some Kenyan mangroves, where it can be found... 
Hyppolytidae | semi-terrestrial decapods | Merguia oligodon | mangrove ecology | Semi-terrestrial decapods | Mangrove ecology
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Echos (Paris, France), ISSN 0153-4831, 06/2016
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Asie du sud-est et monde insulindien, 01/1980, Volume 11, pp. 445 - 448
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