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Yoritaka, M., ed. (~1762-1770) Shûrin-zu.

A natural history manuscript edited by Matsudaira Yoritaka, with figures by many different artists. The date of completion is uncertain, but is after 1762, while Yoritaka died in 1771. Included are a few figures of the fiddler crab Uca lactea.

Language: Japanese

Names Appearing in this Publication

Name Used Common Name(s) Where Applied to... Accepted Name Source of Accepted Note(s)
  Saku; Hashiri-kani; Nikiri-kani figure location: Japan Uca lactea Yamaguchi & Holthuis (2001) Female crab, originally drawn by Kurimoto Suiken. Saku = “running crab”; Hashiri-kani = “running crab”; Nikiri-kani = “fist crab”
      location: Japan Uca lactea Yamaguchi & Holthuis (2001) Kome-tsukigani = “rice cleaning crab”; Tau chi-gani = “rice field cultivating crab”

This Publication is Cited By

Suiken (~1826), Yamaguchi & Holthuis (2001)