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Uca longisignalis

Gulf Marsh Fiddler Crab

Type Description

Uca longisignalis
Salmon, M., and S.P. Atsaides (1968) Behavioral, morphological and ecological evidence for two new species of fiddler crabs (genus Uca) from the Gulf Coast of the United States. Proceedings of the Biological Society of Washington 81:275–290.

Information

Subgenus
Minuca
Common Names
Gulf Marsh Fiddler Crab, tou-la-lou
Synonyms, Alternate Spellings, & Name Forms (Chronology)
Uca (Minuca) [galapagensis] rapax longisignalis, Uca (Minuca) longisignalis, Uca longisignalis
Geographic Range
Western Atlantic: Gulf of Mexico - USA (Yankeetown, Florida to Boca Chica, Texas)
Map data derived from: Hopkins & Thurman (2010)
External Links
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NCBI Taxonomy Browser/Genbank

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References

Balbort & Thurman (1997), Barlow (1977), Barnwell (1963), Barnwell (1968), Beinlich & von Hagen (2006), Crane (1975), Croll & McClintock (2000), Croll & McClintock (2000), Fingerman et al. (1958), Fotheringham & Brunenmeister (1975), Hackney & de la Cruz (1981), Hazlett (1972), Heard (1976), Heard (1977), Heard & Overstreet (1983), Herrick (1887), Minello et al. (1994), Novak & Salmon (1974), Ohno et al. (2006), Overstreet (1983), Powers (1975), Powers (1975), Powers (1977), Rathbun (1918), Rosenberg (2000), Rosenberg (2001), Salmon (1966), Salmon (1967), Salmon & Atsaides (1968), Salmon & Atsaides (1968), Salmon & Horch (1972), Selander et al. (1971), Subrahmanyam et al. (1976), Thurman (1981), Thurman (1984), Thurman (1987), Thurman (1996), Thurman (2000), Thurman (2001), Thurman (2004), Vernberg & Vernberg (1972), von Hagen (1970), von Hagen (1975), von Hagen (1976), Warwick et al. (2009), Weygoldt (1977), Williams (1984)