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Note on the Zuiderzee Crab, Rithropanopeus harrisii (Gould) subspecies tridentatus (Maitland)
In the former Zuiderzee, the large brackish inland sea of the Netherlands, a species of crab was commonly met with, which species generally was considered to be endemic in the Dutch inland waters,Expand
Note on a Collection of Decapoda Branchyura from the Coasts of Mexico, includung the Description of a new Genus and Species
The material of Brachyura on which this paper is based was collected during some years on the Mexican coasts and I am greatly indebted to Dr. F. Bonet of the Escuela Nacional de Ciencias BiologicasExpand
On some Portunid crabs from the Indo-westpacific region
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A new species of the genus Charybdis from the collection of the Rijksmuseum van Natuurlijke Historie at Leiden and with the genus Lupocyclus philippinensis from the Amsterdam and Leiden Museums is discussed. Expand
Note on Cleistostoma edwardsii (Mcleay), a South African Ocypodid
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The material, collected by Dr Brongersma and Dr Engel in South Africa, contains 33 specimens of a Cleistotoma species, collected at Knysna, probably Cleistostoma edwardsii McLeay. Expand
Zoological notes from port Dickson : III. Crustacea Anomura and Brachyura
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From his stay at Port Dickson on the Malay Peninsula at the beginning of 1946 Major Dr. Brongersma of the N I C A Detachment brought home several species of crabs, which are now incorporated in the collections of the Museum of Natural History at Leiden. Expand
Note on the Xanthid subgenus Eudora De Haan
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The presence of the set of mouthparts as well as the writing on the old label leave no doubt whatever to the fact that this is the specimen examined by De Haan and enumerated on page 23 of the Fauna Japonica. Expand
Note on Charybdis ihlei nov. spec., Charybdis beauforti nov. spec., and Charybdis edwardsi nom. nov., from the collections of the British Museum (Natural History), London
The material on which the present paper is based has been found in the collections of the British Museum in 1939, when a grant of the “Linnaeusfonds” enabled the first named author to pay a shortExpand
Note on Dardanus crassimanus (H. M.-Edw.) and Dardanus rufus nov. spec.
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The type specimen examined was able to identify it as a true Dardanus, there being no paired appendages present on the anterior abdominal segments of either sex, the left cheliped being larger than the right, fingertips corneous, blackened and somewhat spooned. Expand