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 Hemigrapsus sanguineus (De Haan, 1835) Brachyura, picture of crab Hemigrapsus sanguineus (De Haan, 1835) Varunidae Hemigrapsus sanguineus (De Haan, 1835) Far East / North Pacific Range. From South Primorye, Moneron Island, Aniva Bay to Hawaii, Australia and New  Zealand. [Vinogradov, 1950, p. 242]. From Peter the Great Gulf (Sea of Japan), Moneron  Island, Aniva Bay, along the whole coast of Japan to Hawaii, Australia and New Zealand.  [Zhirmunskiy, 1976, p. 56]. Japan. “The northern-most locality for this species is Saghalien  [= Sakhalin], ranging to Korea, North China, Formosa and Hong Kong. The localities in  Australia and New Zealand for this species (cf. Haswell 1882 as H. Maculatus) are  erroneous - fide Bennet 1964, 14.” [Sakai, 1976, p. 650].  “Inhabits the rocky or stony beaches but often soft beach between high and low tidal  marks.” [Sakai, 1976, p. 650].  Size of carapace. 30,0 x 26,5 mm (width x length), male. [Sakai, 1976, p. 650].  Hemigrapsus sanguineus in