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Tetralia cavimana

Heller, 1861

Browny tetra crab

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Classification   {MSG_BIOLOGY_LISTE_CATEGORIES}
Latin name : Tetralia cavimana (Heller, 1861)
Synonyms :
Classification : Crustacea [ Brünnich, 1772 ] ( Crustaceans )
 
Name : Crabe tétra brunâtre
Name : Browny tetra crab
Identification   {MSG_BIOLOGY_LISTE_CATEGORIES}
Main identification characters
Size : Up to 1.2 cm.

All Tetralia specie live in Acropora coral.
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Biology   {MSG_BIOLOGY_LISTE_CATEGORIES}
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Habitat

Coral
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Geographical distribution
Red sea, Arabic sea, Indo-Pacific.
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Bibliography   {MSG_BIOLOGY_LISTE_CATEGORIES}
Guide du récif corallien de Mer Rouge
Helmut Debelius
PLB Editions, 1998
Data sheet written by Christophe Naslain , 13/06/2002

Updates :
Chris - 29/08/2002


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