XI.—On a Small Collection of Terrestrial Isopoda from Spain, with Descriptions of Four New Species

Walter E. Collinge
1917 Transactions of the Royal Society of Edinburgh  
I am indebted to the kindness of Dr Leonard Doncaster, F.R.S., for the opportunity to examine the present collection of Terrestrial Isopoda from the Cambridge University Museum of Zoology.The Terrestrial Isopoda of Spain have received considerable attention in the past at the hands of L. Koch,* Budde-Lund,† O. De Buen,‡ and Dollfus,§ and present many features of great interest, one of the most striking of which is perhaps the large size of the various species, particularly in the
more » ... , Latreille, andArmadillidium, Brandt, and to these I am now able to add the genusCubaris, Brandt.
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