Catalogue of the Indian Decapod Crustacea in the Collection of the Indian Museum

@article{CCatalogueOT,
  title={Catalogue of the Indian Decapod Crustacea in the Collection of the Indian Museum},
  author={W. T. C.},
  journal={Nature},
  volume={84},
  pages={524-524}
}
  • W. T. C.
  • Published 1 October 1910
  • Biology
  • Nature
THE “Catalogue of the Indian Decapod Crustacea,” which is in course of publication by the Trustees of the Indian Museum, Calcutta, consists of a series of independent fascicles, each complete in itself, and forming a systematic monograph of the Indian specie in the group with which it deals. The two parts under notice relate to the Brachyura. The first, published nine years ago, contains a general introduction to the series giving an outline of the morphology of the Decapoda, so far as it is… 

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