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Crabs of Japan (CD-ROM)

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Edited By: K Sakai
illustrations, distribution maps
Crabs of Japan (CD-ROM)
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Please note: this software was written and designed before 64-bit operating systems (OS) were introduced. If you are running a 64-bit OS, such as a 64-bit version of Windows Vista or Windows 7, this software may not function. Please note that suppliers do not accept returns of sealed software that has been opened, and NHBS can therefore not refund such items. If in doubt, please contact customer services or the software supplier to enquire after compatibility before purchasing this item.

Based on the 3 volume work "Crabs of Japan and the Adjacent Seas" (1976) by Dr Tsune Sakai, the information contained in this CD ROM has been extensively revised and extended by the distinguished carcinologists: Dr Daniele Guinot, Paris; Dr Peter Davie, Brisbane; and Dr Michael Turkay, Frankfurt am Main. More than 1250 species and subspecies belonging to 425 genera are now recognized, ranging from local (Japanese) endemics to widespread Pacific and Indian Ocean species. All species are described and illustrated, and all published distribution data checked, listed and mapped. A key is provided down to the (sub-)families, and for all families, genera, etc. a diagnosis and full synonymy is given. All text is linked to a glossary of terms.

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