A hermit crab living in association with a mobile scleractinian coral, Heteropsammia cochlea
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The author thanks Sadao Yokoyama (Setouchi Marine Biological Institute), Toshihiko Yonezawa (Kagoshima Environmental Research and Service), Daisuke Uyeno (Kagoshima University), James D. Reimer, Ryuta Yoshida (University of the Ryukyus), Tomoyuki Komai (Natural History Museum and Institute, Chiba), three anonymous reviewers, and the “Establishment of Research and Education Network on Biodiversity and its Conservation in the Satsunan Islands” project of Kagoshima University adopted by the Ministry of Education.
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