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Halicarcinus planatus is the only member of the family Hymenosomatidae that occurs in the southern tip of South America. The aim… Expand Crabs of the family Hymenosomatidae are common in coastal and shelf regions throughout much of the southern hemisphere. One of… Expand Sulaplax gen. nov. and Guaplax gen. nov. are established for two new species of cave-dwelling false spider crabs (Hymenosomatidae… Expand This study analyses morphology and morphometric growth changes of Halicarcinus planatus females until their terminal moult, and… Expand The systematics of the false spider crab genus Hymenicoides Kemp, 1917 (Hymenosomatidae), is revised. Hymenicoides carteri, type… Expand A new false spider crab, Neorhynchoplax yaeyamaensis (Decapoda: Brachyura: Hymenosomatidae) is described from the Yaeyama Group… Expand The false spider crabs of the family Hymenosomatidae are one of the most poorly known group of brachyuran crabs in Southeast Asia… Expand The present paper reports five species of Hymenosomatidae in the collections of the Beijing Natural History Museum. Among them… Expand A new species of the Hymenosomatidae (Crustacea, Brachyura), Elamenopsis okinawaensis Nakasone & Takeda, n. sp., is described on… Expand The family Hymenosomatidae is revised as a result of discovering a large range of species in Australia. Three new genera and… Expand