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Uca inversa

Inversed Fiddler Crab

Type Description

Gelasimus inversus
Hoffmann, C.K. (1874) Crustacea, Volume Part 5, livr. 2. Leyden.

Information

Subgenus
Cranuca
Common Names
Inversed Fiddler Crab
Synonyms, Alternate Spellings, & Name Forms
Austruca inversa, Gelasimus inversus, Gelasimus smithii, Uca (Amphiuca) inversa inversa, Uca (Celuca) inversa inversa, Uca (Cranuca) inversa, Uca (Minuca) inversa, Uca inversa, Uca inversus, Uca universa
Geographic Range
Indo-West Pacific: Western Indian Ocean: Madagasca, South Africa to Red Sea, Gulf of Aden, southern Oman (Dhofar), Persian Gulf, Gulf of Oman
Map data derived from: Collins et al. (1984); Crane (1975); Naderloo & Türkay (2012); Price et al. (1987)
External Links
Encyclopedia of Life
Wikipedia
iNaturalist
NCBI Taxonomy Browser/Genbank
GBIF

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References

Alcock (1900), Balss (1924), Barnard (1950), Beinlich & von Hagen (2006), Bliss (1968), Bott (1973), Chace (1942), Colosi (1924), Crane (1958), Crane (1967), Crane (1975), Crosnier (1965), De Man (1891), Edney (1961), Edney (1962), Fishelson (1971), Fourmanoir (1953), Gerstaecker & Ortmann (1901), Gilchrist (1988), Gordon (1958), Hartnoll (1975), Hartnoll (1988), Hartnoll (1988), Heller (1862), Hilgendorf (1869), Hoffmann (1874), Holthuis (1958), Jansen (1970), Kalik (1958), Kalik (1958), Kingsley (1880), Laurie (1915), Lewinsohn (1977), Maccagno (1928), Macnae (1963), Macnae (1967), Macnae (1968), Macnae & Kalk (1958), Macnae & Kalk (1962), Mantel & Farmer (1983), Naderloo et al. (2010), Nemec (1939), Nobili (1906), Nobili (1906), Ortmann (1894), Ortmann (1897), Pocock (1903), Por (1986), Por et al. (1977), Rathbun (1935), Shih et al. (2013), Spaargaren (1977), Stebbing (1910), Stella (1953), Vatova (1943), von Hagen (1970), Warner (1969), Warner (1977)