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Title: The crabs of the families Dromiidae, Raninidae, Corystidae and Palicidae (Crustacea: Decapoda: Brachyura) of Taiwan
Authors: Peter K. L. Ng
Tin-Yam Chan
Chia-Hsiang Wang
Contributors: 國立臺灣海洋大學:海洋生物研究所
Keywords: new records
Date: 2000
Issue Date: 2018-04-11T07:21:00Z
Publisher: National Taiwan Museum Special Publication Series
Abstract: Abstract: The taxonomy of four families of marine crabs from Taiwan, the Dromiidae, Raninidae,Corystidae and Palicidae is treated. Ten species of dromiids (Conchoecetes artificiosus, C.intermedius, Cryptodromia fallax, Dromia dormia, D. wilsoni, Lauridromia dehaani, L. intermedia, Petalomera granulata, Sphaerodromia kendalli,Takedromia cristatipes) and six species of raninids [Cosmonotus grayi, Notopus dorsipes, Ranilia oriental is, Ranina ranina, Lreidus stenops, L. tridentatus) are recorded. Of these, eight are new records for the island. With regards to the three species of Corystidae, the identity of Jonas distincta formosae, a taxon previously regarded only as a subspeices of Jonas distincta or with doubt, is clarified, and is recognized as a distinct species. Both species present in Taiwan. Another species, Jonas choprai, is also redescribed. The palicid Crossotonotus spinipes (and the family Palicidae) is also recorded from Taiwan for the first time.
Relation: 10pp.155-180
URI: http://ntour.ntou.edu.tw:8080/ir/handle/987654321/45810
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