geneara of recent and fossil shells, for the use of students in conchology and geology

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Statementcommenced by James Sowerby and continued by George Brettingham Sowerby ; with original plates by James Sowerby and J.D.C. Sowerby.
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Commenced. By James Sowerby and George Brettingham Sowerby. Abstract. Original wrappers bound at end of in 42 parts, t.-p. and index added after sale of stock in cf. Brit. mns. (Nat. hist.) Library. Get this from a library. The genera of recent and fossil shells: conchology and geology.

[George Brettingham Sowerby; James Sowerby]. The genera of Recent and fossil shells, for the use of students in conchology and geology.

Attributed Species Names. Unio brevialis Sowerby & Sowerby, ‘Lamarck’ Sowerby & Sowerby,Genera of Shells: fig. (misidentified reference to Unio brevialis Lamarck, ). Introduction. The bivalve genus Pholadomya G.B.

Sowerby I, in – (type species: Pholadomya candida G.B. Sowerby I, in –, by subsequent designation of Gray, p. ) is known as the “living fossil” (e.g.

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Runnegar, ; Morton, ; Díaz and Torres, ); its oldest fossil records can be traced back to the Late Triassic (e.g. Cox and Newell, Sowerby, George Brettingham (), Genera of recent and fossil shells for the use of students in conchology and geology / commenced by James Sowerby F.L.S.

and continued by George Brettingham Sowerby F.L.S., with original plates by James Sowerby and J.D.C. Sowerby, London. 2 vols. Sowerby I, G.B. The genera of recent and fossil shells, for the use of students, in conchology and geology. London. Published in 42 numbers.

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1, pls []; vol. 2, pls + text (unpaginated) []. For complete collation see Petit,Archives of Natural History, 33(1): 71–]. The genera of recent and fossil shells, for the use of students, in conchology and geology. London. Published in 42 numbers.

Vol. 1, pls []; vol. 2, pls + text (unpaginated) []. For complete collation see Petit,Archives of Natural History, 33(1): 71–]. Sowerby, London. 1: pl. Opinions (PBDB). Sowerby, G. B., I. The genera of recent and fossil shells, for the use of students, in conchology and geology. Published in 42 numbers.

Vol. 1, pls []; vol. 2, pls + text (unpaginated) []. London: Sowerby. Streftaris, N. The Genera of Recent and Fossil Shells: for the Use of Students in Conchology and Geology. Sowerby, London.

Google Scholar. Sowerby G B. Planaxis. In: Reeve L A ed. Conchologia Iconica: Or Illustrations of Molluscous Animals, Vol. L Reeve & Co, London. The genera of Recent and fossil shells, for the use of students in conchology and geology.

With original plates. London, George Brettingham Sowerby, []. 8vo format ( x cm). [iv] pp.; (of ) lithographed and finely hand-coloured (all but three) plates. Contemporary uniform polished half calf over grained cloth boards.

SOWERBY GB I [–] The genera of recent and fossil shells, for the use of students, in conchology and geology. Sowerby, G.B. The genera of recent and fossil shells, for the use of students in conchology and geology. London.

Google books Reference page. Broderip, W.J., Sowerby, G.B., I Observations on new or intersting Mollusca contained, for the most part, in the Museum of the Zoological Society. The Zoological Journal. 4: The genera of recent and fossil shells: for the use of students in conchology and geology General indexes to the thirty-six volumes of English botany; to which is added, an alphabetical index to English fungi ; making together, a catalogue of indigenous british plants.

The Genera of Recent and Fossil Shells, for the Use of Students I.G.B. () The Genera of Recent and Fossil Shells, for the Use of Students, in Conchology and Geology. G.B. Sowerby. Exemplified and arranged for the use of students.

Illustrated by thirty-six plates containing more than two hundred types, drawn from the natural shell. New York, NY, Harper & Brothers, 8vo ( x cm).

pp.; 36 lithographed plates. Contemporary grapevine. I,The genera of recent and fossil shells, for the use of students in conchology and geology: London, self published, is two unnumbered p., pl.

Sowerby, G.B. III,Descriptions of some new species of fossil shells found by J.S. Heniker, Esq. in some Tertiary beds in the Island of San Domingo: Quarterly Journal of the Geological Society of London, v. Sowerby, James, The genera of recent and fossil shells, for the use of students in conchology and geology.

Commenced (London, ), also by George Brettingham Sowerby (page images at HathiTrust). Oliver P.G. Taxonomy of some Galeommatoidea (Mollusca, Bivalvia) associated with deep-sea echinoids: A reassessment of the bivalve genera Axinodon Verrill & Bush, and Kelliola Dall, with descriptions of new genera Syssitomya gen.

nov. and Ptilomyax gen. nov. European Journal of Taxonomy. The genera of Recent and fossil shells, for the use of students in conchology and geology. vol. I, text unpaginated, pls.

Vol. II, text unpaginated, pls. London.

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Photo Search Photo Galleries Search by Color New Photos Today New Photos Yesterday Members' Photo Galleries Past Photo of the Day Gallery Mineral Photography. BETA TEST - Fossil data and pages are very much experimental and under development. Taxonomy of some Galeommatoidea (Mollusca, Bivalvia) associated with deep-sea echinoids: A reassessment of the bivalve genera Axinodon Verrill & Bush, and Kelliola Dall, with descriptions of new genera Syssitomya gen.

nov. and Ptilomyax gen. nov. European Journal of Taxonomy. An illustrated introduction to Lamarck's conchology: contained in his Histoire naturelle des animaux sans vertbres: being a literal translation of the descriptions of the recent and fossil genera / by Edmund A.

Crouch. London: Longman, Rees, Orme, Brown, & Green. This banner text can have markup. web; books; video; audio; software; images; Toggle navigation. The authorship, artists, format and publication dates of Sowerby's The genera of recent and fossil shells are discussed in detail. The original part numbers are given for all included genera together with the plate numbers assigned in the Quaritch reprint of The plates from the Genera reproduced in Reeve's Conchologia systematica are noted.The genera of recent and fossil shells for the use of students in conchology and geology, part [nach diesem Titel suchen] Anbieter Antiquariaat Schierenberg, (Amsterdam, Niederlande).The genera of recent and fossil shells, for the use of students in Conchology and Geology, with original plates by James Sowerby, continued by J.

de C. Sowerby, (18): 2 vol., (not paginated in original, added later) Reference page. [See p. 46, original description].