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THE CARCINOLOGICAL WORK AND TAXA OF JAN HENDRIK STOCK (1931-1997)

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The 370 papers on carcinology published by the late Jan H. Stock are cited and annotated through a list of new taxa published in each paper. A short outline of the career of Jan Stock as a carcinologist and an impression of his personality are drawn.

Les 370 travaux carcinologiques publies par le regrette Jan. H. Stock sont mentionnes et annotes, avec une liste des nouveaux taxa publies dans chaque article. Est egalement presente un court expose sur la carriere de Jan Stock en tant que carcinologiste, ainsi qu'un apercu de sa personnalite.

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1999-11-01
2016-12-06

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