Parathelphusa spp. 
 
 

Group:
Crustaceans
Area(s) Where Listed As Endangered:
Indonesia, Malaysia, Philippines, Singapore
Status/Date(s) Listed as Endangered:
  Scientific Name Status Listing Date Range
1. Parathelphusa balabacVU-IUCN2008Philippines
2. Parathelphusa batamensisEN-IUCN2008Indonesia
3. Parathelphusa cabayuganVU-IUCN2008Philippines
4. Parathelphusa croceaVU-IUCN2008Indonesia
5. Parathelphusa maindroniVU-IUCN2008Indonesia, Malaysia
6. Parathelphusa nagasaktiEN-IUCN2008Malaysia
7. Parathelphusa ovumVU-IUCN2008Malaysia
8. Parathelphusa pantherinaVU-IUCN2008Indonesia
9. Parathelphusa possoensisVU-IUCN2008Indonesia
10. Parathelphusa reticulataCR-IUCN2008Singapore
11. Parathelphusa sarasinorumNT-IUCN2008Indonesia


Species/Common Names:
Parathelphusa balabac
Parathelphusa batamensis
Parathelphusa cabayugan
Parathelphusa crocea
Parathelphusa celebensis
Parathelphusa maindroni
Parathelphusa nagasakti
Parathelphusa ovum
Parathelphusa pantherina
Panther Crab
Parathelphusa possoensis
Parathelphusa reticulata
Swamp Forest Crab
Parathelphusa sarasinorum

Facts Summary:
Parathelphusa is a genus of crustaceans of concern and found in the following area(s): Indonesia, Malaysia, Philippines, Singapore.


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