Lithodidae Dromiidae Atelecyclidae Cancridae Pirimelidae Cheiragonidae Dorippidae Eriphiidae Epialtidae Inachidae Oregoniidae Pilumnidae Geryonidae Portunidae Potamidae Panopeidae Xanthidae Grapsidae Images Name list Publications Sites Whole checklist По-русски (in Russian) Porcellanidae Varunidae Camptandriidae Macrophthalmidae Pinnotheridae Hapalogastridae Plagusiidae Far East / North Pacific Black Sea Baltic Sea Freshwater crabs Arctic Ocean Designed and composed by Alex Alyakrinsky, 2011 Brachyura, picture of crab Hyas alutaceus Brandt, 1851 Oregoniidae Hyas alutaceus Brandt, 1851 Far East / North Pacific Range. “Typical H. c. coarctatus ranges from off North Carolina northeasterly with the trend  of the Gulf Stream to northwestern Europe, thence eastward in the Arctic to the Murman Sea.  This form merges into H. c. alutaceus around Cape Breton Island, Newfoundland, Greenland  and Iceland, continuing as that form through Davis and Hudson straits and into Hudson Bay;  westerly it is found along edges of the Beaufort, Chukchi and East Siberian seas, southward  through the Bering Sea, on the east to Puget Sound, and on the west to the Sea of Japan and  East China Sea.” [Williams, 1984, p. 310].  “Inhabits the bottoms of sand, mud or gravels; 30 to metres deep.” [Sakai, 1976, p. 185].  Size of carapace. 81 x 60 mm (length x width), male from Yonago. [Sakai, 1976, p. 184].  Brachyura, picture of crab Hyas alutaceus Hyas alutaceus in