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  1. Parthenope horrida (Fabricius) = Daldorfia horrida (Linnaeus, 1758)
  2. Podophthalmus vigil (Leach) = Podophthalmus vigil (Fabricius, 1798)
  3. Pisa armata (Leach) = Pisa armata (Latreille, 1803)
  4. Gonoplax rhomboides (Desmarest) = Goneplax rhomboides (Linnaeus, 1758)
  5. Pisolambrus nitidus (Milne Edwards) = Solenolambrus tenellus Stimpson, 1871
  6. Stenopus hispidus (Latreille) = Stenopus hispidus (Olivier, 1811)
  7. Palaemon serratus (Fabricius) = Palaemon serratus (Pennant, 1777)
  8. Albunea symnista (Fabricius) = Albunea symmysta (Linnaeus, 1758)
  9. Lissa chiragra (Leach) = Lissa chiragra (Fabricius, 1775)
  10. Birgus latro (Herbst) = Birgus latro (Linnaeus, 1767)
Date 1904
Source Kunstformen der Natur (1904), plate 86: Decapoda (see here, here and here)
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