The white-tipped mud crab is usually found in brackish water, but can also be found in freshwater. It likes to live on stones and in oyster beds. It is a common inhabitant of Texas and Florida estuaries, but was later introduced all over the world. In 1937, Rhithropanopeus harrisii was discovered to be invading the San Francisco Bay's brackish waters and adjacent fresh waters of the California Central Valley. It was also recently discovered in the Third Lock Lake in Panama, a man-made lake intended to be a part of the Panama Canal.
Breeding populations have been found in the Brazos river basin in Texas, notably the Possum Kingdom and Granbury Lakes.
Primary culture and characteristic morphologies of neurons from the cerebral ganglion of the mud crab, Scylla paramamosain
Sep 01, 2010; Received: 17 March 2010 / Accepted: 27 May 2010 / Published online: 29 June 2010 / Editor: J. Denry Sato © The Society for In...
Simultaneous Estimation of Mixing Rates and Genetic Drift under Successive Sampling of Genetic Markers with Application to the Mud Crab (Scylla Paramamosain) in Japan
Aug 01, 2006; ABSTRACT In stock enhancement programs, it is important to assess mixing rates of released individuals in stocks. For this...