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Fresh-water Crabs of Taiwan

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Title: Fresh-water Crabs of Taiwan
Other Titles: 台湾の淡水産カニ類について
Authors: Hwan, Jiuan-Jiuan / Mizue, Kazuhiro
Authors (alternative): 黄, 娟娟 / 水江, 一弘
Issue Date: Feb-1985
Publisher: 長崎大学水産学部
Citation: 長崎大学水産学部研究報告, v.57, pp.1-21; 1985
Abstract: The authors collected specimens of fresh-water crabs from 23 places in Taiwan. Ten species, including an undescribed species, were found: Eriocher japonicus, E. rectus, Varuna litterata, Varuna sp. (Grapsidae); Somoniathelphusa taiwanensis (Parathelphusidae); Nanhaipontamon formosanum (Isolapotamidae): Candidiopotamon rathbuni (Sinopotamidae); Geothelphusa chiui, G. Candidiensis and G. miyazakii (Potamidae). Distributions of some of these crabs are limited either in east or west of the central mountain range of Taiwan. / 台湾の全土にわたる23ヶ所において淡水産カニ類を採集し、次の5科10種を得た: Eriocheir japonicus, E. rectus, Varuna litterata,Varuna sp.(以上はGrapsidae); Somaniathelphusa taiwanesis (Parathelphusidae); Nanhaipotamon formosanum (Isolapotamidae); Candidiopotamon rathbuni (Sinosotamidae); Geothelphntsa Chiui, G.candidiensis, G.miyazakii (Potamidae). これらのうちVaruna sp.は未記載種と思われる。一部のカニ類の分布は地理的に偏在していて、Eriocheir recutusは東部にのみ、Somaniathelphusa taiwanensis, Nanhaipotamon formosanumおよびGeothelphusa chiuiは西部にのみ生息している。なお、Eriocheir rectus, Varuna litterataおよびNanhaipotamon formosanwmは中国大陸に、またEriocheir japonicus, Varuna litterata, Geothelphusa candidiensisおよびG.miyazaakiiは日本にも分布している。
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10069/30385
ISSN: 05471427
Type: Departmental Bulletin Paper
Text Version: publisher
Appears in Collections:第57号

Citable URI : http://hdl.handle.net/10069/30385

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