This is the general collection of the drawings of Suiken. The dates are unknown, but much of it has to predate 1826, since figures from this collection were reproduced in the Kai-ka rui siya-sin which was given to Siebold in that year. Three of the four fiddler crab drawings (all Uca arcuata) were reproduced in the later work.
|Name Used||Common Name(s)||Where||Applied to...||Accepted Name||Source of Accepted||Note(s)|
|figure||location: Japan||Uca arcuata||Original||A male crab, not reproduced in the later work.|
|location: Wakayama, Honshu, Japan||Uca arcuata||Original||Three different figures of male crabs. Tenbo-gani = “one handed man crab”; Shiomaneki = “tide beckoning crab”|
Suiken (~1826), Yamaguchi & Holthuis (2001)