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Brusca (1973)

Brusca, R.C. (1973) A Handbook to the Common Intertidal Invertebrates of the Gulf of California. Tucson, Arizona: University of Arizona Press.

Language: English

Names Appearing in this Publication

Name Used Where Applied to... Accepted Name Source of Accepted Note(s)
Uca brevifrons text p. 263 location: Gulf of California, Mexico Uca brevifrons Original  
 
Uca coloradensis text p. 263 location: Gulf of California, Mexico Uca coloradensis Original  
 
Uca crenulata text p. 263-265; figure 7.58 citation: Bates (1966) TBD Computed  
    citation: Wallace (1967) TBD Computed  
    location: Gulf of California, Mexico Uca crenulata Original  
 
Uca latimanus text p. 265; figure 7.59 location: Gulf of California, Mexico Uca latimanus Original  
 
Uca macrodactylus text p. 265; figure 7.60 location: Gulf of California, Mexico Uca zacae MSR It is not clear what species he is referring to. In a 2nd edition he refers to this as Uca galapagensis but neither it nor the closely related U. herradurensis are found that far north. Given the description, the most likely species that it could be confused with found in the Gulf is U. zacae.
 
Uca monilifera text p. 266; figure 7.61 location: Gulf of California, Mexico Uca monilifera Original  
 
Uca mordax text p. 265 location: Gulf of California, Mexico Uca ecuadoriensis Brusca (1980)  
 
Uca princeps text p. 266; figure 7.62 location: Gulf of California, Mexico Uca princeps Original  
 
Uca pugnax text p. 264 citation: Brown et al. (1953)Uca pugnax Uca pugnax Computed  

This Publication is Cited By

Brusca (1980), Hendrickx (1979)