Family Sesarmidae (Dana, 1851)

Type species: Sesarma fasciata Lanchester, 1900, by present designation.
Fasciarma fasciatum (Lanchester, 1900)
Fasciarma fasciatum (Lanchester, 1900)
Sesarma fasciata Lanchester, 1900: 758, pl. 47 fig. 12.
Sesarma (Chiromantes) siamens Rathbun, 1909: 109.
Sesarma (Chiromantes) siamensis – Tesch, 1917: 199.
Sesarma (Parasesarma) fasciata – Tesch, 1917: 153. Sesarma (Chiromantes) fasciata – Tweedie, 1936: 66, pl. 15 fig. 3; Dai & Yang, 1991: 539, pl. 69 fig. 5.
Sesarma fasciata – Tweedie, 1950
Chiromantes fasciatus – Tan & Ng, 1994: 82 (in list).
Perisesarma fasciatum – Guerao et al., 2004; Ng et al., 2008: 222 (in list); Davie, 2010: 204 (in key); Shahdadi & Schubart, 2015: 1083 (in Table 1).

The name Fasciarma is composed of two parts: fascia, is derived from the name of the type species fasciatum, and arma is derived from the last part of its former genus Perisesarma, as well as from the type genus of the family, Sesarma. Gender neuter.