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Dana, J.D. (1852) Crustacea. Pp. 1–685 in Untied States Exploring Expedition. During the years 1838, 1839, 1840, 1841, 1842. Under the Command of Charles Wilkes, U.S.N., Volume 13. Philadelphia: C. Sherman.

Language: English

Names Appearing in this Publication

Name Used Where Applied to... Accepted Name Source of Accepted Note(s)
Gelasimus Duperreyi text p. 316-317 citation: Guérin-Méneville (1829)Gelasimus Duperreyi Uca tetragonon Computed  
    location: Tongatapu, Tonga Uca tetragonon Crane (1975)  
    location: Upolu, Samoa Uca tetragonon Crane (1975)  
 
Gelasimus annulipes text p. 317-318 citation: Milne Edwards (1837)Gelasimus annulipes Uca annulipes Computed  
    location: East Indies Uca annulipes Original could be multiple species
    location: Singapore Uca annulipes Original could be multiple species
 
Gelasimus maracoani text p. 318-319 citation: Latreille (1818)Gelasima Maracoani Uca maracoani Computed  
    citation: Milne Edwards (1837)Gelasimus maracoani Uca maracoani Computed in part
    location: Rio de Janeiro, Brazil Uca maracoani Original  
 
Gelasimus nitidus text p. 316-317; plate 19: figure 5 citation: Dana (1851)Gelasimus nitidus Uca excisa Computed  
    specimen: Fiji Uca excisa Geography  
 
Gelasimus vocans text p. 318 citation: De Geer (1778)Cancer vocans Uca vocans Computed in part
    citation: Desmarest (1825)Gelasimus vocans Uca vocans Computed  
    citation: Milne Edwards (1837)Gelasimus vocans Uca vocans Computed in part
    location: Rio de Janeiro, Brazil TBD    
 
Uca lævis text p. 375 location: Rio de Janeiro, Brazil TBD    

This Publication is Cited By

Alcock (1900), Altevogt & Davis (1979), Boone (1934), Crane (1975), Crosnier (1965), Estampador (1937), Estampador (1959), Hilgendorf (1869), Kingsley (1880), Kossmann (1877), Lanchester (1900), Maccagno (1928), McNeill (1920), Miers (1886), Milne-Edwards (1873), Naderloo et al. (2010), Nobili (1903), Nobili (1906), Ortmann (1897), Richters (1880), Sakai (1939), Serène (1973), Serène (1973), Smith (1869), Smith (1870), Stebbing (1921), Stimpson (1858), Stimpson (1859), Stimpson (1907), Thallwitz (1891), Yamaguchi & Takeda (1973), De Man (1902), von Martens (1869)