Hans Jacob HANSEN - papers on Opiliones
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Hans Jacob HANSEN
Birthplace: Bellinge, Denmark
Died: June 26, 1936
Hans Jacob Hansen (10th august 1855 in Bellinge - 26 June 1936 in Gentofte) was a Danish zoologist., Ph.D., polemicist.
[From Danish Wikipedia].
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|Hansen, H.J. (1884) Arthrogastra danica: En monographisk fremstilling af de 1 Danmark levende meieren og miskorpioner med bidrag til sidstnaevnte underordens systematik. Naturhistorisk Tidsskrift, 3 ser., Kjøbenhavn, 14, 491–554.|
|Hansen, H.J. (1894) Spindeldyr. Zoologica danica. 131 pp., 9 plates.|
|Hansen, H.J. (1921) The Pedipalpi, Ricinulei, and Opiliones (exc. Op. Laniatores) collected by Mr. Leonardo Fea in tropical West Africa and adjacent islands. In: Hansen, H.J., Studies on Arthropoda I. 80 pp., 4 plates. Gyldendalske Boghandel, Copenhagen, pp. 5–55, plates 1–4.|
|Hansen, H.J. & Sørensen, W. (1904) On two orders of Arachnida Opiliones, especially the suborder Cyphophthalmi, and Ricinulei, namely the family Cryptostemmatoidae. Cambridge Univ. Press, Cambridge, pp. 1–174, pls. I-VII.|
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