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Baba, K., 1986. Anomura and Brachyura. In: Baba, K., K. Hayashi & M. Toriyama, Decapod Crustaceans from Continental Shelf and Slope around Japan. The Intensive Research of Unexploited Fishery Resources on Continental Slopes. Japan Fish. Res. Conserv. Ass., Tokyo: 1-336, figs 1-22, pls 1-176. (Japanese and English text)

Crosnier, A. & B. Thomassin, 1974. Sur des crabes de la famille des Portunidae (Crustacea Decapoda) nouveaux pour Madagascar ou rares. Bulletin du Muséum national d'Histoire naturelle, Paris, (3) 241: 1097-1118.

Dai, A. & S. Yang, 1991. Crabs of the China Seas, i-iv, 1-608, figs 1-295, pls 1-74. China Ocean Press, Beijing and Springer-Verlag, Berlin Heidelberg New York Tokyo, English edition. (Translation from Chinese original 1986.)

Holthuis, L.B. & T. Sakai, 1970. Ph. F. von Siebold and Fauna Japonica. A History of early Japanese Zoology. Academic Press of Japan, Tokyo, i-xviii, 1-323, pls 1-32, 7 unnumbered pls, 1 map, frontispiece. (In English and Japanese)

Huang, J.-F. & H.-P. Yu, 1997. Illustrations of swimming crabs from Taiwan. National Museum of Marine Biology & Aquarium, pp. 1-181, figs (In Chinese)

Kim, H.S. & C.Y. Chang, 1985. The brachyuran crabs of Cheju Island, Korea (Crustacea: Decapoda). The Korean Journal of Systematic Zoology, 1(1-2): 41-60, figs 1-4.

Kim, H.S., 1970. A checklist of the Anomura and Brachyura (Crustacea, Decapoda) of Korea. Seoul University Journal, Biology and Agriculture (Series B), 21: 1-34, fig. 1, pls 1-5.

Kim, H.S., 1973. A Catalogue of Anomura and Brachyura from Korea. In: Illustrated Encyclopedia of Fauna and Flora of Korea, Samhwa Publishing Company, 14: 1-694, figs 1-265, pls 1-112, tabls 1-2, 1 map. Seoul. (In Korean with English summary)

Miyake, S., 1983. Japanese Crustacean Decapods and Stomatopods in color. Vol. II. Brachyura (Crabs), i-viii, 1-277, pls 1-64. Hoikusha, Osaka. (In Japanese; second edition in 1992)

Muraoka, K., 1998. Catalogue of the Brachyuran and Anomuran Crabs donated by Prof. Dr. Tune Sakai to the Kanagawa Prefectural Museum. Catalogue of the Collection in the Kanagawa Prefectural Museum of Natural History, 11: 5-67, pls 1-16.

Parisi, B., 1916. I Decapodi Giapponesi del Museo di Milano. IV. Cyclometopa. Atti Societas Italiano Sciences naturelle, 55: 153-190, 4 figs, pls 7-11. (in Italian)

Sakai, T., 1935a. List of marine animals around Shimoda area. Biological report of Shimoda Marine Biological Station, Tokyo University of Literature and Science, 1: 23-85, 3 pls, 2 maps (In Japanese)

Sakai, T., 1935b. New or rare species of Brachyura, collected by the Misago during the zoological survey around the Izu-Peninsula. Science Reports of the Tokyo Bunrika Daigaku, (B) 2(32): 63-88, figs 1-17, pls 6-8.

Sakai, T., 1936b. Crabs of Japan: 66 plates in life colours with descriptions. Sanseido, Tokyo (1935): 1-239, figs 1-122, 27 pages of bibliography & index, frontispiece (in colour), pls 1-66 (colour). (In Japanese)

Sakai, T., 1939. Studies on the crabs of Japan. IV. Brachygnatha, Brachyrhyncha, pp. 365-741, figs 1-129, pls 42-111, table 1. Yokendo Co., Tokyo.

Sakai, T., 1965b. The Crabs of Sagami Bay, collected by His Majesty the Emperor of Japan, i-xvi, 1-206 (English text), figs 1-27, pls 1-100: 1-92 (Japanese text): 1-26 (references and index in English): 27-32 (index in Japanese), 1 map. Maruzen Co., Tokyo.

Sakai, T., 1976a. Crabs of Japan and the Adjacent Seas. (In 3 volumes: (1) English text: i-xxix, 1-773, figs 1-379, (2) Plates volume: 1-16, pls 1-251, (3) Japanese text: 1-461, figs 1-2, 3 maps.) Kodansha Ltd, Tokyo.

Stephenson, W. & M. Rees, 1968c. A revision of the Charybdis miles-group of species, with description of a new species from Queensland waters. Memoirs of the Queensland Museum, 15(2): 91-109, figs 1-3, pl. 12.

Stephenson, W., 1972b. An annotated check list and key to the Indo-West-Pacific swimming crabs (Crustacea: Decapoda: Portunidae). Bulletin of the Royal Society of New Zealand, 10: 1-64.

Takeda, M. & Y. Koyama, 1974. On some rare crabs from Kii Province. Researches on Crustacea, 6: 103-121, figs 1-3, pls 10-12. (In Japanese and English.)

Takeda, M., 1997. Deep-sea Decapod Crustacean Fauna of Suruga Bay, Central Japan. National Science Museum Monographs, 12: 229-255, pls 1-5.

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