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Eukarya - Opisthokonta - Animalia - Arthropoda - Crustacea - Malacostraca - Eumalacostraca - Eucarida - Decapoda - Pleocyemata - Brachyura - Dromioidea
Dromiidae De Haan, 1833
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■ Record acquisition rangeWith latitude and longitude information:97%
26.189490 ~ 35.40
127.281407 ~ 139.65
7.6999998 ~ 226.00 m
■ Record acquisition periodWith period:99%
1958/11/06 ~ 2020/06/21
* Date last modified:2024/07/18
■ Number of record465  
■ Dataset6  
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Dromiidae De Haan, 1833 of literature
De Grave, S., Pentcheff, N. D., Ahyong, S. T., Chan, T.-Y., Crandall, K. A., Dworschak, P. C., Felder, D. L., Feldmann, R. M., Fransen, C. H. J. M., Goulding, L. Y. D., Lemaitre, R., Low, M. E., Martin, J. W., Ng, P. K. L., Schweitzer, C. E., Tan, S. H., Tshudy, D. and R. Wetzer (2009) A classification of living and fossil genera of decapod crustaceans. The Raffles Bulletin of Zoology, Supplement 21, 1-109.
Ikeda, H. (1998) The deep-sea crabs of Sagami Bay. Hayama Shiosai Museum, Kanagawa. 180 pp. (in Japanese).
Miyake, S. (1983) Japanese crustacean decapods and stomatopods in color, Vol. Ⅱ. Brachyura (crabs). Hoikusha, Osaka, 277pp. (in Japanese).
Ng, P. K. L., Guinot, D. and P. J. F. Davie (2008) Systema Brachyurorum: Part I. An annotated checklist of extant brachyuran crabs of the world. The Raffles Bulletin of Zoology, 17, 1-286.
Takeda, M. (2001) Annotated List of Crabs from Tosa Bay, Southwest Japan, Collected by the R/V Kotaka Maru during the Years 1997-2000. National Science Museum Monographs, Tokyo 20: 217-262.
Wada, K. (1995) Brachyura. In: Nishimura, S. (ed.), Guide to Seashore Animals of Japan with Color Pictures and Keys, vol. II. Hoikusha, Osaka, 379-418 (in Japanese).
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