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Japanese journal of benthology
Abundances and size structures of crabs of the genus Ocypode were investigated seasonally from 2000 to 2003 in Nakusanohama-beach, Wakayama, middle Japan. One temperate species, Ocypode stimpsoni, and two subtropical species, 0. sinensis and 0. ceratophthalma, were collected, with the number being largest in 0. ceratophthalma and smallest in 0. sinensis. Ocypode stimpsoni was dominant among the crabs collected from spring to summer, whereas 0. ceratophthalma was dominant from summer to autumn.doi:10.5179/benthos.61.2 fatcat:5urzizaibncybpup435khmxgo4