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Uca stylifera

Styled Fiddler Crab

Type Description

Gelasimus styliferus
Milne Edwards, H. (1852) Observations sur les affinités zoologiques et la classification naturelle des crustacés. Annales des Sciences Naturelles. Zoologie (Série 3) 18:109–166.

Information

Subgenus
Uca
Common Names
Styled Fiddler Crab
Synonyms, Alternate Spellings, & Name Forms
Gelasimus heterophthalmus, Gelasimus styliferus, Gelasius heterophthalmus, Uca (Gelasimus) stylifera, Uca (Uca) stylifera, Uca platydactyla var. stylifera, Uca stylifera
Geographic Range
Eastern Pacific: El Salvador to northern Peru
Map data derived from: Crane (1975); von Prahl (1982)
External Links
Encyclopedia of Life
Wikipedia
iNaturalist
NCBI Taxonomy Browser/Genbank
GBIF

Photos

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Video

Female Uca stylifera feeding (with Uca beebei in fore- and background)
19 sec., 352 x 240, MP4
Male Uca stylifera waving
29 sec., 352 x 240, MP4
Male Uca stylifera waving
40 sec., 352 x 240, MP4
Male Uca stylifera fighting
40 sec., 352 x 240, MP4
Male Uca stylifera waving and fighting
2:27 min., 352 x 240, MP4
Surface mating in Uca stylifera
1:42 min., 352 x 240, MP4
Surface mating in Uca stylifera
2:03 min., 352 x 240, MP4

Art

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References

Altevogt (1955), Altevogt (1955), Altevogt (1957), Altevogt (1969), Altevogt (1972), Barnwell (1968), Barnwell & Szelistowski (1985), Beinlich & von Hagen (2006), Bott (1954), Bott (1973), Crane (1941), Crane (1944), Crane (1947), Crane (1957), Crane (1975), Dominguez Alonso (2008), Fingerman (1988), Holthuis (1954), Kingsley (1880), Lockington (1877), Milne Edwards (1837), Milne Edwards (1852), Milne Edwards (1854), Oliveira (1939), Ortmann (1897), Pesta (1931), Peters (1955), Rao (1985), Rathbun (1911), Rathbun (1918), Salmon & Horch (1972), Smith (1870), Smith (1871), von Hagen (1962), von Hagen (1968), von Hagen (1970), von Hagen (1970), von Hagen (1970), von Hagen (1976), von Prahl & Toro (1985)