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Uca triangularis

Triangular Fiddler Crab

Type Description

Gelasimus triangularis
Milne-Edwards, A. (1873) Recherches sur la faune carcinologique de la Nouvelle-Caledonie. Nouvelles Archives de Muséum d'Historie Naturelle de Paris 9(2):156–332.

Information

Subgenus
Austruca
Common Names
Triangular Fiddler Crab
Synonyms, Alternate Spellings, & Name Forms
Gelasimus triangularis, Gelasimus triangularis var. variabilis, Gelasimus triangularis variabilis, Gelasimus variabilis, Uca (Austruca) triangularis, Uca (Celuca) triangularis, Uca (Celuca) triangularis triangularis, Uca (Gelasimus) triangularis, Uca (Minuca) triangularis, Uca (Minuca) variabilis, Uca (Paraleptuca) triangularis, Uca triangularis, Uca triangularis var. variabilis, Uca triangularis variabilis, Uca variabilis
Geographic Range
Indo-West Pacific: Australia, Indonesia, Malaysia, Philippines, Taiwan, China, Papa New Guinea
Map data derived from: Crane (1975); Dai & Yang (1991); Fukui et al. (1989); George & Jones (1982); Huang et al. (1989); Iguchi & Nishihira (1994); Jones & Morton (1994); Macintosh (1988); von Hagen & Jones (1989)
External Links
Encyclopedia of Life
Wikipedia
iNaturalist
NCBI Taxonomy Browser/Genbank
GBIF

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References

Alcock (1900), Barnard (1950), Beinlich & von Hagen (2006), Chopra & Das (1937), Crane (1975), De Man (1887-1888), De Man (1891), De Man (1892), Estampador (1937), Estampador (1959), George & Jones (1982), Gordon (1934), Henderson (1893), Kingsley (1880), Maccagno (1928), Macnae (1968), McNeill (1968), Milne-Edwards (1873), Miyake (1938), Miyake (1939), Murai & Goshima (1987), Naderloo et al. (2010), Nobili (1899), Nobili (1899), Nobili (1903), Ortmann (1894), Ortmann (1897), Rathbun (1913), Sakai (1936), Sakai (1976), Serène (1973), Shih et al. (2013), Shih et al. (2010), Stephenson et al. (1931), Tesch (1918), Tweedie (1937), Tweedie (1950), von Hagen (1970), Ward (1941)