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A worldwide revision of the recent and fossil sand crabs of the Albuneidae Stimpson and Blepharipodidae, new family (Crustacea, Decapoda, Anomura, Hippoidea).
Bulletin of the American Museum of Natural History272:
BoykoC. B.HarveyA. W.2009.
Phylogenetic systematics and biogeography of the sand crab families Albuneidae and Blepharipodidae (Crustacea: Anomura: Hippoidea).
Coordination between the legs and tail during digging and swimming in sand crabs.
Journal of Comparative Physiology A180(2):
Digging in sand crabs (Decapoda, Anomura, Hippoidea): interleg coordination.
The Journal of Experimental Biology200:
GingrasM. K.PembertonS. G.DashtgardS.DafoeL.2008.
How fast do marine invertebrates burrow?
Palaeogeography Palaeoclimatology Palaeoecology270:
HayW. P.ShoreC. A.1918.
The decapod crustaceans of Beaufort, N.C., and the surrounding region.
Bulletin of the Bureau of Fisheries35:
HurtadoL. A.MateosM.SantamariaC. A.2010.
Phylogeography of supralittoral rocky intertidal Ligia isopods in the Pacific region from Central California to Central Mexico.
PLoS ONE5: e11633.
Instituto de Biología2008. Lepidopa websteri Benedict 1903 — IBUNAM:CNCR:CR10536 Vol. 2013. (Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México Mexico City).
Abundance and size of sand crabs, Lepidopa benedicti (Decapoda: Albuneidae), in South Texas.
The Southwestern Naturalist58:
Color polymorphism of sand crabs, Lepidopa benedicti (Decapoda, Albuneidae).
The Journal of Crustacean Biology32:
Distribution of Lepidopa websteri Benedict, 1903. Unmarked circles show one representative location for each county or parish, taken from Boyko (2002). New location in Texas marked with an asterisk.
Live Lepidopa websteri Benedict, 1903 specimen collected at South Padre Island, TX, U.S.A. A, Dorsal view of specimen, showing length of antennae relative to carapace length; B, ventral view; C, close up of carapace, showing carapace grooves and ocular peduncles; compare to fig. 38A in Boyko (2002). This figure is published in colour in the online edition of this journal, which can be accessed via http://booksandjournals.brillonline.com/content/journals/15685403.
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