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Tweedie (1937)

Tweedie, M.W.F. (1937) On the crabs of the family Ocypodidae in the collection of the Raffles Museum. Bulletin of the Raffles Museum 13:140–170.

Language: English

Names Appearing in this Publication

Name Used Where Applied to... Accepted Name Source of Accepted Note(s)
Gelasimus annulipes text p. 141-142; figure 1a citation: Alcock (1900)Gelasimus annulipes Uca annulipes Computed in part
    citation: Gordon (1934)Gelasimus annulipes Uca annulipes Computed in part
    citation: De Man (1887-1888)Gelasimus annulipes Uca annulipes Computed in part
    citation: De Man (1891)Gelasimus annulipes Uca annulipes Computed in part
    specimen: Kuantan, Pahang, Malaysia TBD    
    specimen: Port Klang, Selangor, Malaysia TBD    
    specimen: Singapore Uca annulipes Original could be multiple species
 
Gelasimus coarctatus text p. 143 citation: Gordon (1934)Gelasimus coarctatus Uca coarctata Computed  
    citation: De Man (1887-1888)Gelasimus coarctatus TBD Computed  
    specimen: Simalur Island, Sumatra, Indonesia Uca coarctata Original  
 
Gelasimus dussumieri text p. 141, 143, 145-146; figure 2b citation: Alcock (1900)Gelasimus Dussumieri Uca dussumieri Computed in part
    citation: Gordon (1934)Gelasimus dussumieri Uca dussumieri Computed in part
    citation: Stimpson (1907)Gelasimus acutus Uca acuta Computed in part
    citation: De Man (1887-1888)Gelasimus Dussumieri Uca dussumieri Computed in part
    citation: De Man (1891)Gelasimus Dussumieri TBD Computed in part
    specimen: Kabili River, Sandakan, Sabah, Borneo, Malaysia Uca paradussumieri Synonymy, Crane (1975)  
    specimen: Kuantan, Pahang, Malaysia Uca paradussumieri Synonymy, Crane (1975)  
    specimen: Port Klang, Selangor, Malaysia Uca paradussumieri Synonymy, Crane (1975)  
    specimen: Singapore Uca paradussumieri Synonymy, Crane (1975)  
 
Gelasimus manii text p. 142, 143, 145-146; figure 1b, 2a citation: Alcock (1900)Gelasimus acutus Uca acuta Computed in part
    citation: Rathbun (1909)Uca manii Uca acuta Computed  
    citation: Rathbun (1910)Uca manii Uca acuta Computed in part
    citation: De Man (1887-1888)Gelasimus acutus Uca acuta Computed in part
    citation: De Man (1891)Gelasimus acutus Uca acuta Computed in part
    specimen: Kabili River, Sandakan, Sabah, Borneo, Malaysia Uca forcipata Crane (1975)  
    specimen: Kuantan, Pahang, Malaysia Uca forcipata Crane (1975)  
    specimen: Port Klang, Selangor, Malaysia Uca forcipata Crane (1975)  
    specimen: Singapore Uca forcipata Crane (1975)  
 
Gelasimus marionis text p. 143 citation: Alcock (1900)Gelasimus Marionis Uca vocans Computed in part
    citation: De Man (1902)Gelasimus marionis Uca vocans Computed in part
    specimen: Great Natuna Island, Indonesia Uca vocans Synonymy  
 
Gelasimus marionis var. nitidus text p. 142-143; figure 1d,e citation: Alcock (1900)Gelasimus Marionis var. nitidus Uca vocans Computed in part
    citation: De Man (1891)Gelasimus vocans Uca vocans Computed in part
    citation: De Man (1902)Gelasimus marionis Uca vocans Computed in part
    specimen: Great Natuna Island, Indonesia Uca vocans Synonymy  
    specimen: Singapore Uca vocans Synonymy  
 
Gelasimus roseus text p. 142, 145-146; figure 1f, 2c specimen: Port Klang, Selangor, Malaysia Uca rosea Original type description
    specimen: Singapore Uca rosea Original type description
 
Gelasimus triangularis text p. 142, 144; figure 1c citation: Alcock (1900)Gelasimus triangularis Uca triangularis Computed in part
    citation: De Man (1887-1888)Gelasimus triangularis Uca triangularis Computed in part
    citation: De Man (1891)Gelasimus triangularis Uca triangularis Computed  
    specimen: Port Klang, Selangor, Malaysia Uca triangularis Original  
 
Gelasimus triangularis variabilis text p. 144-145 citation: De Man (1891)Gelasimus triangularis var. variabilis Uca triangularis Computed  
    specimen: Simalur Island, Sumatra, Indonesia Uca triangularis Crane (1975)  

This Publication is Cited By

Beinlich & von Hagen (2006), Bott (1973), Chhapgar (1957), Chopra & Das (1937), Crane (1975), Forest & Guinot (1961), McNeill (1968), Naderloo et al. (2010), Pillai (1951), Sakai (1939), Serène (1973), Tweedie (1950), Yamaguchi & Takeda (1973), von Hagen (1970)