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Parthenopoidea

Scientific classification
Kingdom: Animalia
Phylum: Arthropoda
Subphylum: Crustacea
Class: Malacostraca
Order: Decapoda
Infraorder: Brachyura
Section: Eubrachyura
Subsection: Heterotremata
Superfamily: Parthenopoidea
Macleay, 1838
Family: Parthenopidae
Macleay, 1838
Subfamilies
  • Daldorfiinae
  • Parthenopinae

Parthenopidae is a family of crabs, placed in its own superfamily, Parthenopoidea.[1] It comprises nearly 40 genera, divided into two subfamilies, with three genera incertae sedis:[2][1]

Daldorfiinae Ng & Rodríguez, 1986
  • Daldorfia Rathbun, 1904
  • Niobafia S. H. Tan & Ng, 2007
  • Olenorfia S. H. Tan & Ng, 2007
  • Thyrolambrus Rathbun, 1894
Parthenopinae MacLeay, 1838
  • Acantholambrus Blow & Manning, 1996
  • Agolambrus S. H. Tan & Ng, 2007
  • Aulacolambrus Paul'son, 1875
  • Bittnerilia De Angeli & Garassino, 2003
  • Celatopesia Chiong & Ng, 1998
  • Certolambrus S. H. Tan & Ng, 2003
  • Costalambrus S. H. Tan & Ng, 2007
  • Cryptopodia H. Milne-Edwards, 1834
  • Derilambrus S. H. Tan & Ng, 2007
  • Distolambrus S. H. Tan & Ng, 2007
  • Enoplolambrus A. Milne-Edwards, 1878
  • Furtipodia S. H. Tan & Ng, 2003
  • Garthambrus Ng, 1996
  • Heterocrypta Stimpson, 1871
  • Hispidolambrus McLay & S. H. Tan, 2009
  • Hypolambrus S. H. Tan & Ng, 2007
  • Lambrachaeus Alcock, 1895
  • Latulambrus S. H. Tan & Ng, 2007
  • Leiolambrus A. Milne-Edwards, 1878
  • Mesorhoea Stimpson, 1871
  • Mimilambrus Williams, 1979
  • Neikolambrus S. H. Tan & Ng, 2003
  • Nodolambrus S. H. Tan & Ng, 2007
  • Ochtholambrus S. H. Tan & Ng, 2007
  • Parthenope Weber, 1795
  • Parthenopoides Miers, 1879
  • Patulambrus S. H. Tan & Ng, 2007
  • Piloslambrus S. H. Tan & Ng, 2007
  • Platylambrus Stimpson, 1871
  • Pseudolambrus Paul’son, 1875
  • Rhinolambrus A. Milne-Edwards, 1878
  • Solenolambrus Stimpson, 1871
  • Spinolambrus S. H. Tan & Ng, 2007
  • Tutankhamen Rathbun, 1925
  • Velolambrus S. H. Tan & Ng, 2007
  • Zarenkolambrus McLay & S. H. Tan, 2009
incertae sedis
  • Branchiolambrus Rathbun, 1908
  • Lambrus Leach, 1815
  • Mesolambrus Müller & Collins, 1991

References

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