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The Danish Ingolf-Expedition, Vol. 3Excerpt from The Danish Ingolf Expedition Vol 3 Part 3; Crustacea Malacostraca IISince 1881 about twenty four zoologists have published escriptions of new species sometimes besides about twenty four zoologists have published escriptions of new species sometimes besides new genera of Tanaidacea Among these prominence must be given to the two English zoologists A M Norman and "T R R Stebbing because in a valuable paper on Crustacea Isopoda 1886 uoted several times in this report they gave "R R Stebbing because in a valuable paper on Crustacea Isopoda 1886 uoted several times in this report they gave escriptions with numerous figures of 17 species 1 valid new genus 13 of which were new and the majority even eep sea forms; in other papers each of these two authors has escribed and figured some other forms In the Challenger Report Vol XVII 1886 F E Beddard established 4 new genera and 10 new species most of them interesting antarctic or eep sea forms; unfortunately his figure. S are somewhat poor A Dollfus has published preliminary escriptions With Some Figures Of About 14 Valid New Species And some figures of about 14 valid new species and new and valid genus; in several papers published in later years Miss Harriet Richardson has established 2 new genera and several new species mostly AmericanIn order to arrive at a fair idea of our knowledge of genera and species established before the order to arrive at a fair idea of our knowledge of genera and species established before the of 1912 I have inspected the Zoological Records since 1877 and besides looked over the vast majority of the papers I have attempted to count the genera and species hitherto established excluding of course the synonyms but it was impossible to arrive at absolute certainty as to the number of species because "IN A FEW CASES IT CANNOT "a few cases it cannot made out whether a species is valid or ought to be cancelled as a synonym and.