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Stebbing (1910)

Stebbing, T.R.R. (1910) General catalogue of South African Crustacea (Part V. of S.A. Crustacea, for the Marine Investigations in South Africa). Annals of the South African Museum 6:281–593.

Language: English

Names Appearing in this Publication

Name Used Where Applied to... Accepted Name Source of Accepted Note(s)
Uca arcuata text p. 327 citation: Krauss (1843)Gelasimus arcuatus Uca arcuata Computed in part
    citation: Stebbing (1905)Uca arcuata Uca arcuata Computed in part
    citation: de Haan (1833-1850)Ocypode (Gelasimus) arcuata Uca arcuata Computed  
    citation: De Man (1891)Gelasimus arcuatus Uca arcuata Computed  
    location: South Africa Uca urvillei Geography  
 
Uca chlorophthalmus text p. 327-328 citation: Krauss (1843)Gelasimus lacteus Uca occidentalis Computed in part
    citation: MacLeay (1838)Gelasimus chlorophthalmus Uca chlorophthalmus Computed  
    citation: Milne Edwards (1837)Gelasimus chlorophthalmus Uca chlorophthalmus Computed  
    citation: Ortmann (1897)Uca chlorophthalmus TBD Computed  
    citation: De Man (1891)Gelasimus chlorophthalmus Uca chlorophthalmus Computed  
    location: South Africa Uca chlorophthalmus Original  
 
Uca inversa text p. 328 citation: Hoffmann (1874)Gelasimus inversus Uca inversa Computed  
    citation: Kingsley (1880)Gelasimus smithii Uca inversa Computed  
    citation: Ortmann (1897)Uca inversa Uca inversa Computed in part
    citation: De Man (1891)Gelasimus inversus Uca inversa Computed in part
    location: South Africa Uca inversa Original  
 
Uca lactea text p. 327 citation: Alcock (1900)Gelasimus lacteus Uca lactea Computed in part
    citation: Krauss (1843)Gelasimus lacteus Uca lactea Computed in part
    citation: Ortmann (1897)Uca lactea Uca lactea Computed  
    citation: de Haan (1833-1850)Ocypode (Gelasimus) lactea Uca lactea Computed  
    location: South Africa Uca occidentalis Geography  

This Publication is Cited By

Balss (1922), Balss (1924), Barnard (1950), Boone (1934), Crane (1975), Sakai (1939), Serène (1973), Stebbing (1917)