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Uca forcipata

Forceps Fiddler Crab

Type Description

Gelasimus forcipatus
Adams, A., and A. White (1848) Crustacea. Pp. 1–66 in The zoology of the voyage of H.M.S. "Samarang"; under the command of Captain Sir Edward Belcher, C.B., F.R.A.S., F.G.S., during the years 1843-1846, A. Adams, ed., Volume 8. London: Reeve, Benham, & Reeve.

Information

Subgenus
Tubuca
Common Names
Forceps Fiddler Crab
Synonyms, Alternate Spellings, & Name Forms (Chronology)
Gelasimus arcuatus var. forcipatus, Gelasimus forcipatus, Gelasimus manii, Mesuca (Mesuca) forcipatus, Uca (Deltuca) [coarctata] forcipata, Uca (Tubuca) forcipata, Uca (Uca) forcipatus, Uca (Uca) mani, Uca forcipata, Uca mani, Uca manii, Uca manni
Geographic Range
Indo-West Pacific: Thailand, Malaysia, Western Indonesia
Map data derived from: Crane (1975); Frith& Frith (1977); Jones & Morton (1994)
External Links
Encyclopedia of Life
Wikipedia
iNaturalist
GBIF

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References

Adams & White (1848), Alcock (1900), Altevogt (1957), Beinlich & von Hagen (2006), Bott (1973), Crane (1957), Crane (1975), De Man (1891), De Man (1892), De Man (1895), De Man (1902), Estampador (1937), Estampador (1959), Frith & Frith (1977), Frith et al. (1976), Kingsley (1880), Lanchester (1900), Lundoer (1974), Maccagno (1928), Miers (1879), Miers (1880), Milne Edwards (1852), Milne Edwards (1854), Nobili (1903), Ortmann (1894), Rathbun (1910), Rathbun (1914), Rosenberg (2001), Sasekumar (1974), Serène (1973), Shen (1940), Stimpson (1907), Suvatti (1950), Tesch (1918), Tweedie (1937), Tweedie (1948), Tweedie (1950)