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Department of Invertebrate Zoology

Menaethius c.f. orientalis (Brachyura, Majoidea, Epialtidae) from northern Sumatra, Indonesia

Menaethius c.f. orientalis (Brachyura, Majoidea, Epialtidae) from northern Sumatra, Indonesia

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Amanda WindsorSupport Scientist


  • Phone: 202-633-9082
  • Fax: 202-633-0182
  • E-mail: windsora@si.edu
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    Responsibilities: Molecular genetic analyses of invertebrate taxa.

    Education: PhD Evolutionary and Environmental Biology 2011. University of Louisiana at Lafayette
    BS Marine Science and Biology. 2003. Coastal Carolina University

    Research Interests:
    Phylogenetics and systematics of the brachyuran superfamily Majoidea. Decapod crustacean biodiversity in the Coral Triangle.

    Recent Publications:

    Windsor, A.M., and Ahyong, S.T. (in press). Hyastenus baru, A new species of spider crab from Indonesia (Brachyura, Majoidea, Epialtidae) with a key to the species of Hyastenus. Crustaceana. 86(x):XX - XX.

    Windsor, A.M. and Felder, D.L. 2011. A new species of Hemus (Majoidea: Majidae: Mithracinae) from the Pacific coast of Panamá, with akey to the genus. Zootaxa. 2799: 63-68.

    Windsor, A.M. and Felder, D.L. 2009. Re-evaluation of species allied to Mithrax hispidus (Decapoda: Brachyura: Majoidea: Mithracidae) based on three mitochondrial genes. Zootaxa. 2302: 61-68.

    Felder, D.L., Dworschak, P.C., Robles, R., Bracken, H.D., Windsor, A.M., Felder, J., et al. 2009. Obvious invaders and overlooked infauna: unexpected constituents of the decapod crustacean fauna at Twin Cays, Belize. In: M.A. Lang, I.G. Macintyre, and K. Rutzler (Eds), Smithsonian Contributions to the Marine Sciences. Smithsonian Institution Scholarly Press, Washington, D.C., pp. 181-188.

    Windsor, A., Crowe, M., Bishop, J. 2005. Determination of temperature preference and the role of the enlarged cheliped in thermoregulation in male sand fiddler crabs, Uca pugilator. Journal of Thermal Biology 30: 37-41.

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