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Marcgrave, G. (1648) Historiæ Rerum Naturalium Brasiliæ. Pp. 1–293 in Historia Naturalis Brasiliae. Leyden and Amsterdam: Lugdun Batavorum et Amstelodami.

Language: Latin

Names Appearing in this Publication

Name Used Common Name(s) Where Applied to... Accepted Name Source of Accepted Note(s)
Ciecie Ete Cranguersinho des Manges figure/text p. 185 location: Brazil Uca thayeri Rathbun (1918) Common name is 17th century Brazilian Portuguese for “Mangrove Crab”?
 
Ciecie Panema   text p. 185 location: Brazil ?    
 
Maracoani   figure/text p. 184 location: Brazil Uca maracoani Original  
 
Uca una   figure/text p. 184 location: Brazil Ucides cordatus    

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Bosc (1802), Bosc (1830), Crane (1975), De Geer (1778), Fabricius (1775), Fabricius (1781), Gronovius (1764), Guérin-Méneville (1829-1845), Herbst (1782), Jonston (1650), Lamarck (1838), Latreille (1802-1803), Latreille (1817), Latreille (1828), Latreille (1829), Lemos de Castro (1962), Linnaeus (1763), Linnaeus (1766), Milne Edwards (1837), Milne Edwards (1837), Milne Edwards (1852), Milne Edwards (1853), Milne Edwards (1854), Oliveira (1939), Olivier (1811), Olivier (1811), Piso (1658), Rathbun (1918), Rodriguez (1993), Sachs (1665), Sloane (1725), Smith (1870), Tavares (1993), White (1847), von Martens (1869)