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Ahmed, M., and R.A. Khan (1978) Development of asymmetry in the claws of the fiddler crab Uca lactea. Pakistan Journal of Zoology 10(1):49–54.

Language: English

Names Appearing in this Publication

Name Used Where Applied to... Accepted Name Source of Accepted Note(s)
Uca text p. 49-50, 52-53 citation: Ahmed (1976) Uca Original  
    citation: Hyman (1920) Uca Original  
    citation: Morgan (1920) Uca Original  
    citation: Morgan (1923) Uca Original  
    citation: Valiela et al. (1974) Uca Original  
    citation: Vernberg & Costlow (1966) Uca Original  
 
Uca annulipes text p. 50 location: Karachi, Pakistan Uca annulipes Original  
 
Uca cumulanta text p. 50-51, 53 citation: Ahmed (1976)Uca cumulanta Uca cumulanta Computed  
    citation: Ahmed (1978)Uca cumulanta Uca cumulanta Computed  
 
Uca lactea text p. 49-53 citation: Ahmed & Kahn (1976)Uca lactea ? Computed  
    citation: Hashmi (1971) TBD Computed  
    location: Karachi, Pakistan ? Geography It is not clear what species they are referring to, particularly given they specify Uca annulipes as a related species also found in the area. Their use of U. lactea either also refers to U. annulipes, or perhaps U. iranica or U. albimana if one of their ranges is expanded to include Pakistan.
 
Uca pugilator text p. 50 citation: Vernberg & Costlow (1966)Uca pugilator Uca pugilator Computed  
 
Uca rapax text p. 50, 53 citation: Ahmed (1976)Uca rapax Uca rapax Computed  
    citation: Vernberg & Costlow (1966)Uca rapax Uca rapax Computed  

This Publication is Cited By

Altevogt & Davis (1979), Rosenberg (2000), Rosenberg (2002)