Family Sesarmidae Dana, 1852
Type species. Sesarma dehaani H. Milne Edwards, 1853, by present designation. Gender neuter.
Etymology: The name is derived from the arbritary combination of the term for East Asia, “Oriental”, and the genus name Sesarma. The gender is neuter.
Sesarma dehaani H. Milne Edwards, 1853 (= Sesarma hanseni Rathbun, 1897)
Sesarma neglecta De Man, 1887
Chiromantes magnus Komai & Ng, 2013
Grapsus (Pachysoma) intermedius De Haan, 1835
Sesarma sinensis H. Milne Edwards, 1853
Pseudosesarma patshuni Soh, 1978
Type species: Cancer quadratus Fabricius, 1798, subsequent designation by Rathbun, 1918; gender neuter (for historical rearrangements and detailed description of the type species see Ng et al., 2008; Rahayu & Ng, 2010).