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Paulmier (1905)

Paulmier, F.C. (1905) Higher Crustacea of New York City. New York State Museum Bulletin(91):117–189.

Language: English

Names Appearing in this Publication

Name Used Common Name(s) Where Applied to... Accepted Name Source of Accepted Note(s)
Gelasimus minax fiddler crabs; soldier crabs text p. 147-148; figure 16 citation: Le Conte (1855)Gelasimus minax Uca minax Computed  
      citation: Smith (1870)Gelasimus minax Uca minax Computed in part
      citation: Verrill (1873)Gelasimus minax Uca minax Computed  
      location: New York, USA Uca minax Original  
 
Gelasimus pugilator fiddler crabs; soldier crabs text p. 147-148; figure 16 citation: De Kay (1844)Gelasimus vocans [New York, USA] Uca pugilator Computed  
      citation: Latreille (1817)Gelasima pugillator Uca pugilator Computed  
      citation: Smith (1870)Gelasimus pugilator Uca pugilator Computed  
      citation: Verrill (1873)Gelasimus pugilator Uca pugilator Computed  
      location: New York, USA Uca pugilator Original  
 
Gelasimus pugnax fiddler crabs; soldier crabs text p. 147-148; figure 16 citation: De Kay (1844)Gelasimus vocans Var. A Uca pugnax Computed  
      citation: Smith (1870)Gelasimus pugnax Uca pugnax Computed in part
      citation: Verrill (1873)Gelasimus pugnax Uca pugnax Computed  
      location: New York, USA Uca pugnax Original  

This Publication is Cited By

Fowler (1912) , Hay & Shore (1915-1916)