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Synalpheus comatularum (Haswell, 1882)

Labeled as "topotypes", Cape York, det. Haswell 1882. RBINS INV. 111932. There are 2 specimens in the vial: 1 with chelipeds and 1 without chelipeds, and detached chelipeds: 2 major and one minor one. These specimens are really topotypical and probably even be syntypes. The date 1882 on the label might simply refers to the time of registration.
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