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"Anterior feet unequal, the left larger. Fingers moving in a vertical plane, calcareous at tips, spoon-excavate. Front with a small point as a rostrum.

The species are naked, or but little hairy. They have been found only in the tropics."

Dana, 1852; pg. 456

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Description

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"Numerous specimens from Minikoi, and from Goidu, Maldives."

Alcock, 1906; pg. 828

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Description

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"A single specimen from Goidu, Maldives."

Alcock, 1905; pg. 829

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Distribution

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"Indo-Pacific and South-east and East Africa to the Sandwich Islands, but not further north or south than 30°."

Alcock, 1905; pg. 828

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Calcinus

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Calcinus is a genus of hermit crabs in the family Diogenidae, containing the following species:[1][2]

References

  1. ^ Patsy A. McLaughlin; Tomoyuki Komai; Rafael Lemaitre; Dwi Listyo Rahayu (2010). Martyn E. Y. Low; S. H. Tan (eds.). "Annotated checklist of anomuran decapod crustaceans of the world (exclusive of the Kiwaoidea and families Chirostylidae and Galatheidae of the Galatheoidea) Part I – Lithodoidea, Lomisoidea and Paguroidea" (PDF). Zootaxa. Suppl. 23: 5–107. Archived from the original (PDF) on 2012-01-22.
  2. ^ Patsy McLaughlin; Michael Türkay (2010). P. McLaughlin (ed.). "Calcinus Dana, 1851". World Paguroidea database. World Register of Marine Species. Retrieved July 26, 2011.
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Calcinus: Brief Summary

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Calcinus is a genus of hermit crabs in the family Diogenidae, containing the following species:

Calcinus albengai Poupin & Lemaitre, 2003 Calcinus anani Poupin & McLaughlin, 1998 Calcinus argus Wooster, 1984 Calcinus californiensis Bouvier, 1898 Calcinus chilensis (H. Milne Edwards, 1836) Calcinus dapsiles Mogan, 1989 Calcinus elegans (H. Milne-Edwards, 1836) Calcinus explorator Boone, 1930 Calcinus gaimardii (H. Milne-Edwards, 1848) Calcinus gouti Poupin, 1997 Calcinus guamensis Wooster, 1984 Calcinus haigae Wooster, 1984 Calcinus hakahau Poupin & McLaughlin, 1998 Calcinus hazletti Haig & McLaughlin, 1984 Calcinus imperialis Whitelegge, 1901 Calcinus inconspicuus Morgan, 1991 Calcinus isabellae Poupin, 1997 Calcinus kurozumii Asakura & Tachikawa, 2000 Calcinus laevimanus (Randall, 1840) Calcinus latens (Randall, 1840) Calcinus laurentae Haig & McLaughlin, 1984 Calcinus lineapropodus Morgan & Forest, 1991 Calcinus mclaughlinae Poupin & Bouchard, 2006 Calcinus minutus Buitendijk, 1937 Calcinus morgani Rahayu & Forest, 1999 Calcinus nitidus Heller, 1865 Calcinus obscurus Stimpson, 1859 Calcinus orchidae Poupin, 1997 Calcinus paradoxus Bouvier, 1922 Calcinus pascuensis Haig, 1974 Calcinus pulcher Forest, 1958 Calcinus revi Poupin & McLaughlin, 1998 Calcinus rosaceus Heller, 1861 Calcinus seurati Forest, 1951 Calcinus sirius Morgan, 1991 Calcinus spicatus Forest, 1951 Calcinus talismani A. Milne-Edwards & Bouvier, 1892 Calcinus tibicen (Herbst, 1791) Calcinus tropdiomanus Lewinsohn, 1981 Calcinus tubularis (Linnaeus, 1767) Calcinus urabaensis Campos & Lemaitre, 1994 Calcinus vachoni Forest, 1958 Calcinus vanninii Gherardi & McLaughlin, 1994 Calcinus verrillii (Rathbun, 1901)
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