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The dromiacean crab species Homolodromia bouvieri, originally described from a small, damaged male from deep waters off the coast of Kenya, is redescribed, based on a male from off the coast of Mozambique, Africa. The specimen is the third known for the species and is significantly larger than the 2 previously known specimens, from off Kenya and Natal. Comparisons are made between H. bouvieri and the other two species in the genus, H. paradoxa and H. robertsi, known from the western Atlanticdoi:10.2307/1548728 fatcat:p3xmvng6mngqljhe3aqcj7asaq