Aegla rostrataKeith A. Crandall
Holotype, Instituto de Zoologia, Universidad Austral de Chile, Valdivia, Chile 266-2C (1 male).
Allotype, (1 adult female).
Paratype, Museo Nacional de Historia Natural, Santiago, Chile 10720 (13 males, 14 females).
Eastern edge of Lake Rinihue, 1 kilometer southeast of the headwaters of San Pedro River, Valdivia, Chile.
DistributionCautin and Valdivia provinces, Chile.
Conservation StatusCategory: LR (Lower Risk)
Bond-Buckup, G. and L. Buckup. 1994. A Familia Aeglidae (Crustacea, Decapoda, Anomura). Arquivos de Zoologia 32:159-347.
Perez-Losada, M.; Jara, C. G.; Bond-Buckup, G.; Crandall, K. A. 2002. Conservation Phylogenetics of Chilean Freshwater Crabs Aegla (Anomura, Aeglidae): Assigning Priorities for Aquatic Habitat Protection. Biological Conservation, Volume 105, Number 3, June 2002, pp. 345-353(9).
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