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On the Taxonomy and Ecology of Labuanium Trapezoideum (Decapoda, Brachyura, Sesarmidae), A Crab Living On Riverine Cliffs In Taiwan

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[The unusual sesarmid crab, Labuanium trapezoideum (H. Milne Edwards, 1837) is reported from Taiwan and is the second species of this genus known from the island. The taxonomy of the species is discussed and observations of its ecology are provided for the first time. In Taiwan, this species was found from 200 m to several kilometers away from the sea. It is always found on vertical to nearly vertical rock faces along flowing streams.

Le crabe inhabituel Sesarmidae Labuanium trapezoideum (H. Milne Edwards, 1837) a été trouvé à Taiwan. C'est la deuxième espèce du genre connue de l'île. La taxonomie de l'espèce est discutée et des observations sur son écologie sont fournies pour la première fois. A Taiwan, cette espèce a été trouvée de 200 m à plusieurs kilomètres de la mer; elle a toujours été observée sur des falaises rocheuses verticales ou subverticales le long de rivières rapides., The unusual sesarmid crab, Labuanium trapezoideum (H. Milne Edwards, 1837) is reported from Taiwan and is the second species of this genus known from the island. The taxonomy of the species is discussed and observations of its ecology are provided for the first time. In Taiwan, this species was found from 200 m to several kilometers away from the sea. It is always found on vertical to nearly vertical rock faces along flowing streams.

Le crabe inhabituel Sesarmidae Labuanium trapezoideum (H. Milne Edwards, 1837) a été trouvé à Taiwan. C'est la deuxième espèce du genre connue de l'île. La taxonomie de l'espèce est discutée et des observations sur son écologie sont fournies pour la première fois. A Taiwan, cette espèce a été trouvée de 200 m à plusieurs kilomètres de la mer; elle a toujours été observée sur des falaises rocheuses verticales ou subverticales le long de rivières rapides.]

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2003-02-01
2015-08-04

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