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Uca burgersi

Burger's Fiddler Crab

Type Description

Uca burgersi
Holthuis, L.B. (1967) On a new species of Uca from the West Indian region (Crustacea, Brachyura, Ocypodidae). Zoologische Mededelingen 42(6):51–54.

Information

Subgenus
Minuca
Common Names
Burger's Fiddler Crab
Synonyms, Alternate Spellings, & Name Forms
Minuca burgersi, Uca burgersi, Uca (Minuca) burgersi, Uca burgersi
Geographic Range
Western Atlantic: Mexico to Venezuela, Brazil, Caribbean & West Indies, USA (southern Florida)
Map data derived from: Abele & Kim (1986); Barnwell & Thurman (1984); Barnwell (1986); Crane (1975); Powers (1977); Thurman (1987); Thurman et al. (2013)
External Links
Encyclopedia of Life
Wikipedia
iNaturalist
NCBI Taxonomy Browser/Genbank
GBIF

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References

Barlow (1977), Beinlich & von Hagen (2006), Boone (1929), Bott (1954), Bott (1973), Buitendijk (1950), Chace & Hobbs (1969), Crane (1941), Crane (1943), Crane (1957), Crane (1975), Fontaine & Barnwell (1988), Gerlach (1958), Gibbs (1974), Gibbs & Bryan (1972), Greenspan (1975), Hailman (1977), Hartnoll (1988), Hazlett (1972), Holthuis (1959), Holthuis (1959), Holthuis (1967), Jones (1968), Kingsley (1880), Landstorfer & Schubart (2010), Maccagno (1928), McFadden & Thurman (2003), Mertens (1940), Miller & Vernberg (1968), Milne-Edwards & Bouvier (1923), Nutting (1919), Oliveira (1939), Ortmann (1897), Oyenekan (1995), Pearse (1916), Powers (1977), Rathbun (1897), Rathbun (1918), Rathbun (1921), Rathbun (1933), Rodriguez (1993), Salmon (1967), Salmon & Atsaides (1968), Salmon & Atsaides (1968), Salmon & Horch (1972), Streets (1872), Thurman (1981), Thurman et al. (2007), VĂ©lez (1967), von Hagen (1967), von Hagen (1968), von Hagen (1970), von Hagen (1970), von Hagen (1970), von Hagen (1975), von Hagen (1976), von Hagen (1987), Warner (1977), Weis (1977), Weygoldt (1977), Yamaguchi (1977), Young (1900)