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Human fatality due to ingestion of the crab Demania reynaudii that contained a palytoxin-like toxin.
Brachyura of the Pacific coast of America, Brachyrhyncha: Portunidae
Introduction The portunid crabs are a tropical to sub-temperate group, occurring on the Pacific coast of the Americas from Santa Barbara, California, to ?Valparaiso, Chile, or from Latitude 33° N to…
Distribution and Affinities of the Brachyuran Crustacea
- J. Garth
- 1 September 1960
The Brachyura, or short-tailed crabs, of the Baja California-Gulf of California region, goes back barely a century and may be said to date from the early work of John Xantus, who established for the U. S. Coast Survey and maintained a tidal gauge station at Cape San Lucas.
Taxonomy, Distribution, and Ecology of Galápagos Brachyura
- J. Garth
This chapter constitutes an update of my “Littoral brachyuran fauna of the Galapagos Archipelago” (Garth, 1946a). Written 45 years ago, it dealt with a total of 120 species, 87 genera, and 15…
The Royal Society of New Zealand
A new genus and species, Bathyhippolyte yaldwyni (Decapoda, Natantia, Hippolytidae) are proposed for three specimens collected from New Zealand deep waters. The new genus superficially resembles the…
Crabs of the family Xanthidae (Crustacea: Brachyura) from the Philippine Islands and adjacent waters based largely on collections of the U.S. Fish Commission steamer Albatross in 1908–1909
The total number of 60 identified species are distributed among six subfamilies and 30 genera, and the Pilumninae were overwhelmingly represented with 29 species belonging to eight genera.