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Rathbun, M.J. (1897). A revision of the nomenclature of the Brachyura. Proceedings of the Biological Society of Washington. 11: 153-167.
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Rathbun, M.J.
1897
A revision of the nomenclature of the Brachyura
Proceedings of the Biological Society of Washington
11: 153-167
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Aepinus Rathbun, 1897 (original description)
Apias Rathbun, 1897 (original description)
Apiomithrax Rathbun, 1897 (original description)
Carcinides Rathbun, 1897 accepted as Carcinus Leach, 1814 [in Leach, 1813-1815] (original description)
Charybdella Rathbun, 1897 accepted as Cronius Stimpson, 1860 (original description)
Chlorodiella Rathbun, 1897 (original description)
Cycloxanthops Rathbun, 1897 (original description)
Dasygyius Rathbun, 1897 accepted as Collodes Stimpson, 1860 (original description)
Engonionotus Rathbun, 1897 accepted as Cosmonotus White, 1848 (original description)
Ericerodes Rathbun, 1897 (original description)
Eriphides Rathbun, 1897 (original description)
Euxanthopsis Rathbun, 1897 accepted as Euxanthus Dana, 1851 (original description)
Hapalonotus Rathbun, 1897 (original description)
Hypocolpus Rathbun, 1897 (original description)
Leucocarcinus Rathbun, 1897 accepted as Leucisca MacLeay, 1838 (original description)
Leucosides Rathbun, 1897 accepted as Leucosia Weber, 1795 (original description)
Leurocyclus Rathbun, 1897 (original description)
Lupella Rathbun, 1897 (original description)
Ophthalmias Rathbun, 1897 accepted as Stilbognathus von Martens, 1866 (original description)
Paeduma Rathbun, 1897 (original description)
Raphonotus Rathbun, 1897 accepted as Fabia Dana, 1851 (original description)
Sphenomerides Rathbun, 1897 (original description)
Thersandrus Rathbun, 1897 (original description)
Tympanomerus Rathbun, 1897 accepted as Ilyoplax Stimpson, 1858 (original description)
Ucides Rathbun, 1897 (original description)
Xanthias Rathbun, 1897 (original description)
Zalasius Rathbun, 1897 accepted as Trichia De Haan, 1839 [in De Haan, 1833-1850] (original description)