(Lund, 1793) 
T. orientalis is known by a number of common names. The United Nations' Food and Agriculture Organization prefers the name flathead lobster, while the official Australian name is Bay lobster. In Australia, it is more widely known as the Moreton Bay bug after Moreton Bay, a location in Queensland. In Singapore, both the flathead lobster and true crayfish are confusingly called crayfish. They are popularly used in many Singaporean dishes.
Thenus orientalis has an Indo-West Pacific distribution, ranging from the east coast of Africa (southern Red Sea to Natal) to China, southern Japan, the Philippines and along the northern coast of Australia from Western Australia to Queensland. They are also caught on a small scale off the shores of Malaysia and Singapore.
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- Lipke B. Holthuis (1991). "Thenus orientalis". Marine Lobsters of the World. FAO Fisheries Synopsis No. 125. Food and Agriculture Organization. pp. 227–228. ISBN 92-5-103027-8.
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