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

@inproceedings{Leene1949NoteOC,
  title={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},
  author={J. Leene and A. M. Buitendijk},
  year={1949}
}
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 short visit to London; it has been brought over to Holland after the war in 1947 by the second author. As it forms an addition to the earlier papers and especially to the thesis of the first named author, the same form of publication has been chosen. For the drawings of habitus and abdomina we are indebted… 
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