Reference List

This list includes references used to derive specimen records as well as those with scientific name Charybdis hellerii listed in key words.

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33857 Journal Article B.S. Sant’Anna, T.T. Watanabe, A. Turra, and F.J. Zara. 2012. Relative abundance and population biology of the non-indigenous crab Charybdis hellerii (Crustacea: Brachyura: Portunidae) in a southwestern
Atlantic estuary-bay complex. Aquatic Invasions 7(3):347-356.
1929 Web Page Bernice Pauahi Bishop Museum. 2000. Pearl Harbor Legacy Project. http://www.bishopmuseum.org/research/natsci/invert/nomenclature/phlegacy.html. Accessed on 05/10/2013.
13229 Journal Article Dineen, J.F., P.F. Clark, A.H. Hines, S.A. Reed, and H.P. Walton. 2001. Life history, larval description, and natural history of Charybdis hellerii (Decapoda, Brachyura, Portunidae), an invasive crab in the western Atlantic. Journal of Crustacean Biology 21(3):774-805.
33856 Journal Article Felder, D.L., P.C. Dworschak, R. Robles, H.D. Bracken, A.M. Windsor, J.M. Felder, and R. Lemaitre. 2009. Obvious invaders and overlooked infauna: unexpected constituents of the decapod crustacean fauna at Twin Cays, Belize. Smithsonian Contributions to the marine sciences 38:181-188.
1381 Journal Article Lemaitre, R. 1995. Charybdis hellerii (Milne Edwards, 1867), a nonindigenous portunid crab (Crustacea: Decapoda: Brachyura) discovered in the Indian River lagoon system of Florida. Proceedings of the Biological Society of Washington 108(4):643-648.
29257 Journal Article McGinley, E., A.O. O'Connor, E. Vazquez, and J. Veenstra. 2016. Analysis of the nearshore fish community in a northeast Florida estuary. Southeastern Naturalist 15(4):613-630.
31652 Journal Article Negri, M., C. D. Schubart, and F. L. Mantelatto. 2018. Tracing the introduction history of the invasive swimming crab Charybdis hellerii (A. Milne-Edwards, 1867) in the Western Atlantic: evidences of high genetic diversity and multiple introductions. Biological Invasions 20(7):1771–1798.
18885 Database Walker, Janice. 2002. Invertebrate database from the Smithsonian Institute.



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