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Heller (1865)

Heller, C. (1865) Die Crustaceen. Pp. 1–280 in Reise der österreichischen Fregatte "Novara" um die Erde in den Jahren 1857-1859 unter den Befehlen des Commodore B. von Wüllerstorf-Urbair. Zoology, Volume 2. Vienna

Language: German

Names Appearing in this Publication

Name Used Where Applied to... Accepted Name Source of Accepted Note(s)
Gelasimus Gaimardi text p. 38 citation: Milne Edwards (1852)Gelasimus Gaimardi Uca crassipes Computed  
    location: Tahiti Uca crassipes Crane (1975)  
 
Gelasimus annulipes text p. 38 citation: Milne Edwards (1837)Gelasimus annulipes Uca annulipes Computed  
    location: Chennai, India Uca annulipes Original  
    location: Nicobar Islands Uca annulipes Original could be multiple species
    location: Sri Lanka Uca annulipes Original  
 
Gelasimus perplexus text p. 38-39; plate 5: figure 4 citation: Milne Edwards (1837)Gelasimus Marionis Uca vocans Computed  
    citation: Milne Edwards (1852)Gelasimus perplexus Uca vocans Computed  
    location: Chennai, India Uca bengali Crane (1975)  
    location: Sri Lanka Uca bengali Crane (1975)  
 
Gelasimus rubripes text p. 38 citation: Jacquinot & Lucas (1855)Gelasimus rubripes ? Computed  
    location: Nicobar Islands TBD    
 
Gelasimus tetragonon text p. 37 citation: Herbst (1790)Cancer tetragonon Uca tetragonon Computed  
    citation: Rüppell (1830)Gelasimus tetragonon Uca tetragonon Computed  
    location: Nicobar Islands Uca tetragonon Original  
    location: Tahiti Uca tetragonon Original  
 
Gelasimus vocans text p. 37 citation: Milne Edwards (1852)Gelasimus vocans Uca vocans Computed  
    citation: Rumphius (1705)Cancer Vocans Uca vocans Computed  
    location: Nicobar Islands Uca vocans Original  

This Publication is Cited By

Alcock (1900), Boone (1934), Crane (1975), Estampador (1937), Estampador (1959), Forest & Guinot (1961), Henderson (1893), Hilgendorf (1869), Hoffmann (1874), Kingsley (1880), Kossmann (1877), Maccagno (1928), Naderloo et al. (2010), Ortmann (1897), Paul'son (1875), Sakai (1939), Sankarankutty (1961), Thallwitz (1891), Yamaguchi & Takeda (1973), De Man (1887-1888)