This is the collection of drawings given by Suiken to Siebold in 1826. Most, if not all, of the drawings were reproductions from earlier works, some of which were by other artists. Of the five fiddler crab illustrations in this manuscript, at least four are originally by Suiken (the male Uca lactea may not be).
The Japanese names are from Suiken; Latin names, when given, were added by Siebold.
These were used, in part, by de Haan when describing the Japanese Crustacea.
|Name Used||Common Name(s)||Where||Applied to...||Accepted Name||Source of Accepted||Note(s)|
|Tenbo-gani; Shiomaneki||plate 5: figures 33-35||citation: Suiken (?) → .||Uca arcuata||Computed||Three different figures of male crabs. Tenbo-gani = “one handed man crab”; Shiomaneki = “tide beckoning crab”|
|Ocypode||plate 2: figure 12||citation: Yoritaka (~1762-1770) → .||Uca lactea||Computed||Male crab.|
|Ocypode (Gelasimus)||Kometsuki-gani; Shiomaneki||plate 2: figure 11||citation: Yoritaka (~1762-1770) → .||Uca lactea||Computed||Female crab. Kometsuki-gani = “rice-cleaning crab”; Shiomaneki = “tide beckoning crab”|
Yamaguchi & Holthuis (2001), de Haan (1833-1850)