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A carcinologist is a scientist who studies crustaceans or is otherwise involved in carcinology (the science of crustaceans).

Name Born Died Country Ref.
Arthur Adams 1820 1878  United Kingdom
Alfred William Alcock 1859 1933  United Kingdom [1]
Donald Anderson c. 1942  Australia [2][3]
William Baird 1803 1872  United Kingdom [4]
Heinrich Balss 1886 1957  Germany [1]
J. Laurens Barnard 1928 1991  United States [1][5]
Keppel Harcourt Barnard 1887 1964  South Africa [6]
Thomas Bell 1792 1880  United Kingdom [7]
James Everard Benedict 1854 1940  United States [5]
Dorothy E. Bliss 1916 1987  United States [3][8]
Lancelot Alexander Borradaile 1872 1945  United Kingdom [9]
Louis Augustin Guillaume Bosc 1759 1828  France
Edward L. Bousfield 1926  Canada
Geoffrey A. Boxshall c. 1950  United Kingdom [3][10]
Eugène Louis Bouvier 1856 1944  France [1]
Thomas Elliot Bowman III 1918 1995  United States [5]
George Stewardson Brady 1832 1921  United Kingdom [11]
Johann Friedrich von Brandt 1802 1879  Germany
Gustav Henrik Andreas Budde-Lund 1846 1911  Denmark [12]
Martin Burkenroad 1910 1986  United States [13]
William Thomas Calman 1871 1952  United Kingdom [1][7]
Fenner Albert Chace, Jr. 1908 2004  United States [3][5]
Charles Chilton 1860 1929  New Zealand [14]
Carl Friedrich Wilhelm Claus 1835 1899  Germany
J. Stanley Cobb  United States [3][15]
Giuseppe Colosi 1892 1975  Italy
Alain G. P. Crosnier  France [3]
Eugen von Daday 1855 1920  Romania [16]
James Dwight Dana 1813 1895  United States [17]
Charles Darwin 1809 1882  United Kingdom [18]
Wilhem de Haan 1801 1855  Netherlands [19]
Johannes Govertus de Man 1850 1930  Netherlands [1]
Anselme Gaëtan Desmarest 1784 1838  France
Johan Christian Fabricius 1745 1808  Denmark [20]
Walter Faxon 1848 1920  United States [21]
Darryl L. Felder  United States [3][22]
Milton F. Fingerman  United States [3]
Joseph F. Fitzpatrick, Jr. 1932 2002  United States
Jacques Forest 1920 2012  France [3][23]
Wilhelm Giesbrecht 1854 1913  Germany [24]
Martin Glaessner 1906 1989  Australia
Isabella Gordon 1901 1988  United Kingdom [1]
Karl Grobben 1854 1945  Austria [25]
Jean Abel Gruvel 1870 1941  France
Félix Édouard Guérin-Méneville 1799 1874  France
Danièle Guinot c. 1934  France [3][26]
Robert Gurney 1879 1950  United Kingdom [27]
Hans Jacob Hansen 1855 1936  Denmark [28]
William Aitcheson Haswell 1854 1925  United Kingdom [29]
Adrian Hardy Haworth 1768 1833  United Kingdom
William Perry Hay 1872 1947  United States [30]
Camill Heller 1823 1917  Austria [31]
Johann Friedrich Wilhelm Herbst 1743 1807  Germany
Robert R. Hessler 1932  United States [3][32]
Horton H. Hobbs, Jr. 1914 1994  United States [3][5]
Lipke Holthuis 1921 2008  Netherlands [3][33]
Arthur Humes 1916 1999  United States [3][34]
Frederick Wollaston Hutton 1836 1905  United Kingdom [35]
Thomas Henry Huxley 1825 1895  United Kingdom
Paul Louis Illg 1914 1998  United States [5]
Stanko Karaman 1889 1959  Macedonia
Stanley Wells Kemp 1882 1945  United Kingdom [1]
Brian Frederick Kensley 1944 2004  South Africa [5]
Friedrich Kiefer 1897 1985  Germany [36]
Henrik Nikolai Krøyer 1799 1870  Denmark [37]
Karl Georg Herman Lang 1901 1976  Sweden [38]
Pierre André Latreille 1762 1833  France [39]
William Elford Leach 1790 1836  United Kingdom [7][40]
Marie V. Lebour 1876 1971  United Kingdom [41]
Rafael Lemaitre c. 1956  France [42]
Dominique Auguste Lereboullet 1804 1865  France
Liu Rui-Yu  China [3][43]
Alan Riverstone McCulloch 1885 1925  Australia [44]
William Sharp Macleay 1792 1865  United Kingdom [45]
Raymond B. Manning 1934 2000  United States [3][5]
Eduard von Martens 1831 1904  Germany [46]
Edward J. Miers 1851 1930  United Kingdom [7]
Alphonse Milne-Edwards 1835 1900  France [1]
Henri Milne-Edwards 1800 1885  France [1]
Théodore Monod 1902 2000  France [1]
William A. Newman  United States [3]
Guillaume-Antoine Olivier 1756 1814  France
Arnold Edward Ortmann 1863 1927  Germany
Isabel Pérez Farfante 1916 2009  Cuba [47]
Gary C. B. Poore  Australia [3][48]
Constantine Samuel Rafinesque 1783 1840  France
John Witt Randall 1813 1892  United States [49]
Mary J. Rathbun 1860 1943  United States [1][5]
Richard Rathbun 1852 1918  United States [5]
Martin Rathke 1793 1860  Germany
August Emanuel von Reuss 1811 1873  Austria
Harriet Richardson 1874 1958  United States [5]
Antoine Risso 1777 1845  France [50]
Henry Bardt Roberts 1910 1979  United States [5]
Michèle de Saint Laurent 1926 2003  France [51]
George Samouelle 1790 1846  United Kingdom [7]
Georg Ossian Sars 1837 1927  Norway [52]
Michael Sars 1805 1869  Norway
Thomas Say 1787 1834  United States
Octavius Albert Sayce 1862 1911  Australia [53]
Waldo L. Schmitt 1887 1977  United States [5]
Gerhard Scholtz  Germany [3]
Frederick Schram 1943  United States [3][54]
Raoul Serène 1909 1980  France [55]
Philipp Franz von Siebold 1796 1866  Germany
Dorothy M. Skinner 1930 2005  United States [3][56]
Alfred Evans Smalley 1928 1994  United States [1]
Sidney Irving Smith 1843 1926  United States [57]
Charles Spence Bate 1819 1889  United Kingdom [58]
Thomas Roscoe Rede Stebbing 1835 1926  United Kingdom [59][60][61]
William Stimpson 1832 1872  United States [5]
Jan Hendrik Stock 1931 1997  Netherlands [62]
Walter Medley Tattersall 1882 1948  United Kingdom [63]
G. M. Thomson 1848 1933  New Zealand [64]
Albert Vandel 1894 1980  France
Victor van Straelen 1889 1946  Belgium [65]
Karl Wilhelm Verhoeff 1867 1945  Germany [66]
Talbot H. Waterman 1914 2010  United States [3][67]
Friedrich Weber 1781 1823  Germany [68]
Adam White 1817 1879  United Kingdom [7]
Rudolf von Willemoes-Suhm 1847 1875  Germany [69]
Austin Beatty Williams 1919 1999  United States [3][5]
Donald I. Williamson 1922  United Kingdom
Mildred S. Wilson 1909 1973  United States [5]
James Wood-Mason 1846 1893  United Kingdom
Carl Wilhelm Erich Zimmer 1873 1950  Germany

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