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RAFFLES BULLETIN OF ZOOLOGY 2009 Supplement No. 21: 1–109
Date of Publication: 15 Sep.2009
© National University of Singapore

A CLASSIFICATION OF LIVING AND FOSSIL GENERA OF DECAPOD CRUSTACEANS

Sammy De Grave1, N. Dean Pentcheff2, Shane T. Ahyong3, Tin-Yam Chan4, Keith A. Crandall5,
Peter C. Dworschak6, Darryl L. Felder7, Rodney M. Feldmann8, Charles H. J. M. Fransen9,

Laura Y. D. Goulding1, Rafael Lemaitre10, Martyn E. Y. Low11, Joel W. Martin2, Peter K. L. Ng11,
Carrie E. Schweitzer12, S. H. Tan11, Dale Tshudy13, Regina Wetzer2

1Oxford University Museum of Natural History, Parks Road, Oxford, OX1 3PW, United Kingdom
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2Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County, 900 Exposition Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90007 United States of America
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3Marine Biodiversity and Biosecurity, NIWA, Private Bag 14901, Kilbirnie Wellington, New Zealand
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4Institute of Marine Biology, National Taiwan Ocean University, Keelung 20224, Taiwan, Republic of China
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5Department of Biology and Monte L. Bean Life Science Museum, Brigham Young University, Provo, UT 84602 United States of America
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6Dritte Zoologische Abteilung, Naturhistorisches Museum, Wien, Austria
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7Department of Biology, University of Louisiana, Lafayette, LA 70504 United States of America
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8Department of Geology, Kent State University, Kent, OH 44242 United States of America
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9Nationaal Natuurhistorisch Museum, P. O. Box 9517, 2300 RA Leiden, The Netherlands
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10Invertebrate Zoology, Smithsonian Institution, National Museum of Natural History, 10th and Constitution Avenue,
Washington, DC 20560 United States of America

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11Department of Biological Sciences, National University of Singapore, Science Drive 4, Singapore 117543

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12Department of Geology, Kent State University Stark Campus, 6000 Frank Ave. NW, North Canton, OH 44720 United States of America

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13Department of Geosciences, Edinboro University of Pennsylvania, Edinboro, PA 16444 United States of America

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ABSTRACT. – We present an updated classification for the entire Crustacea Decapoda, listing all known
families and genera organized by higher taxonomic groups and including estimates of the number of species
in every genus. All taxonomic names are also linked to the verified literature in which they were described,
the first compilation of its kind for the Decapoda. To arrive at this compilation, we began with the
classification scheme provided by Martin & Davis (2001) for extant families, updated the higher
classification and included the fossil taxa. The resultant framework was then populated with the currently
valid genera and an estimate of species numbers within each genus. Our resulting classification, spanning
both extant (living) and fossil taxa, is the first comprehensive estimate of taxonomic diversity within the
entire Decapoda. The classification consists of 233 families of decapods containing 2,725 genera and an
estimated 17,635 species (including both extant and fossil species). Of the families in our classification, 53
are exclusively fossil, 109 contain both fossil and extant species, and 71 are extant only. The current
estimate for extant species is 14,756, whereas 2,979 species are known exclusively as fossils.

KEY WORDS. – Decapoda, Crustacea, Arthropoda, taxonomy, classification.

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...........................................................................Preamble ! 3
....................................................................General notes ! 3

......................How many species of Decapoda are there? ! 5
..............................The higher classification of Decapoda ! 5

.............................................The placement of fossil taxa ! 8
............................................................Acknowledgements! 9

................................................................Literature cited ! 10
..............................................................Order Decapoda ! 14

..........................................! Suborder Dendrobranchiata ! 14
......................................! ! ! ! ! Superfamily Penaeoidea ! 14
....................................! ! ! ! ! Superfamily Sergestoidea ! 14

..................................................! Suborder Pleocyemata ! 15
.............................................! ! Infraorder Stenopodidea ! 15

......................................................! ! Infraorder Caridea ! 15
..............................! ! ! ! ! Superfamily Pleopteryxoidea ! 15

..................................! ! ! ! ! Superfamily Procaridoidea ! 15
..........................! ! ! ! ! Superfamily Galatheacaridoidea ! 15

..................................! ! ! ! ! Superfamily Pasiphaeoidea ! 15
................................! ! ! ! ! Superfamily Oplophoroidea ! 15

..........................................! ! ! ! ! Superfamily Atyoidea ! 15
.....................................! ! ! ! ! Superfamily Bresilioidea ! 16

.........................! ! ! ! ! Superfamily Nematocarcinoidea ! 16
..............................! ! ! ! ! Superfamily Psalidopodoidea ! 16
..............................! ! ! ! ! Superfamily Stylodactyloidea ! 16
............................! ! ! ! ! Superfamily Campylonotoidea ! 16

................................! ! ! ! ! Superfamily Palaemonoidea ! 16
......................................! ! ! ! ! Superfamily Alpheoidea ! 18
....................................! ! ! ! ! Superfamily Processoidea ! 19
.....................................! ! ! ! ! Superfamily Pandaloidea ! 19

...........................! ! ! ! ! Superfamily Physetocaridoidea ! 19
..................................! ! ! ! ! Superfamily Crangonoidea ! 19

.............................! ! ! ! ! Unplaced at superfamily level ! 19
...................................................! ! Infraorder Astacidea ! 20

......................! ! ! ! ! Superfamily Palaeopalaemonoidea ! 20
..........................! ! ! ! ! Superfamily Enoplometopoidea ! 20

..................................! ! ! ! ! Superfamily Nephropoidea ! 20
.......................................! ! ! ! ! Superfamily Astacoidea ! 20

..................................! ! ! ! ! Superfamily Parastacoidea ! 20
................................................! ! Infraorder Glypheidea ! 20

.......................................! ! ! ! ! Superfamily Erymoidea ! 20
....................................! ! ! ! ! Superfamily Glypheoidea ! 21

......................................................! ! Infraorder Axiidea ! 21
....................................................! ! Infraorder Gebiidea ! 22
.....................................................! ! Infraorder Achelata ! 22

................................................! ! Infraorder Polychelida ! 23
....................................................! ! Infraorder Anomura ! 23

........................................! ! ! ! ! Superfamily Aegloidea ! 23
...................................! ! ! ! ! Superfamily Galatheoidea ! 23

........................................! ! ! ! ! Superfamily Hippoidea ! 24
.......................................! ! ! ! ! Superfamily Kiwaoidea ! 25
.....................................! ! ! ! ! Superfamily Lithodoidea ! 25
......................................! ! ! ! ! Superfamily Lomisoidea ! 25
......................................! ! ! ! ! Superfamily Paguroidea ! 25

..................................................! ! Infraorder Brachyura ! 26
...................................................! ! ! Section Dromiacea ! 26

............................! ! ! ! ! Superfamily Dakoticancroidea ! 26
.....................................! ! ! ! ! Superfamily Dromioidea ! 26

..................................! ! ! ! ! Superfamily Eocarcinoidea ! 27
..........................! ! ! ! ! Superfamily Glaessneropsoidea ! 27
.........................! ! ! ! ! Superfamily Homolodromioidea ! 27

....................................! ! ! ! ! Superfamily Homoloidea ! 28
....................................................! ! ! Section Raninoida ! 28

..........................................! ! ! Section Cyclodorippoida ! 29
................................................! ! ! Section Eubrachyura ! 29

......................................! ! ! ! Subsection Heterotremata ! 29
.......................................! ! ! ! ! Superfamily Aethroidea ! 29
........................................! ! ! ! ! Superfamily Bellioidea ! 29

...............................! ! ! ! ! Superfamily Bythograeoidea ! 30
....................................! ! ! ! ! Superfamily Calappoidea ! 30

......................................! ! ! ! ! Superfamily Cancroidea ! 30
....................................! ! ! ! ! Superfamily Carpilioidea ! 30

...............................! ! ! ! ! Superfamily Cheiragonoidea ! 31
.......................! ! ! ! ! Superfamily Componocancroidea ! 31

.....................................! ! ! ! ! Superfamily Corystoidea ! 31
........................................! ! ! ! ! Superfamily Dairoidea ! 31

....................................! ! ! ! ! Superfamily Dorippoidea ! 31
......................................! ! ! ! ! Superfamily Eriphioidea ! 31

..............................! ! ! ! ! Superfamily Gecarcinucoidea ! 32
................................! ! ! ! ! Superfamily Goneplacoidea ! 32
.................................! ! ! ! ! Superfamily Hexapodoidea ! 33

...................................! ! ! ! ! Superfamily Leucosioidea ! 33
.........................................! ! ! ! ! Superfamily Majoidea ! 34

....................................! ! ! ! ! Superfamily Orithyioidea ! 37
........................................! ! ! ! ! Superfamily Palicoidea ! 37

................................! ! ! ! ! Superfamily Parthenopoidea ! 37
....................................! ! ! ! ! Superfamily Pilumnoidea ! 37
.....................................! ! ! ! ! Superfamily Portunoidea ! 38
......................................! ! ! ! ! Superfamily Potamoidea ! 39

......................! ! ! ! ! Superfamily Pseudothelphusoidea ! 40
.................................! ! ! ! ! Superfamily Pseudozioidea ! 41

..............................! ! ! ! ! Superfamily Retroplumoidea ! 41
....................................! ! ! ! ! Superfamily Trapezioidea ! 41

...........................! ! ! ! ! Superfamily Trichodactyloidea ! 41
......................................! ! ! ! ! Superfamily Xanthoidea ! 42
....................................! ! ! ! Subsection Thoracotremata ! 44

..............................! ! ! ! ! Superfamily Cryptochiroidea ! 44
......................................! ! ! ! ! Superfamily Grapsoidea ! 44

...................................! ! ! ! ! Superfamily Ocypodoidea ! 45
................................! ! ! ! ! Superfamily Pinnotheroidea ! 46

..................................! ! ! ! Unplaced at subsection level ! 46
........................................! Unplaced at subordinal level ! 46

..............................................................Authorities cited ! 47
............................................................................Figures ! 95

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Fig. 7. Selected representative decapods from freshwater and terrestrial habitats. A, Macrobrachium lar (J. C. Fabricius, 1798)
(Palaemonidae), Indonesia, Sulawesi, Manado (image by P. K. L. Ng); B, Potamalpheops amnicus Yeo & Ng, 1997 (Alpheidae),
Singapore (image by D. C. J. Yeo); C, Caridina temasek Ng & Choy, 1990 (Atyidae), Singapore (image by H. W. Choy); D, Euastacus
spinifer (Heller, 1865) (Parastacidae), Australia, New South Wales, Wilson River (image by S. Ahyong); E, Irmengardia johnsoni Ng &
Yang, 1985 (Gecarcinucidae), Singapore (image by H. H. Tan); F, Parathelphusa reticulata Ng, 1990 (Gecarcinucidae), Singapore (image
by Kelvin K. P. Lim); G, Epigrapsus notatus (Heller, 1865) (Gecarcinidae), Taiwan (image by P. K. L. Ng); H, Discoplax gracilipes Ng &
Guinot, 2001 (Gecarcinidae), Philippines, Bohol (image by P. K. L. Ng).

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