George Perry’s molluscan taxa and notes on the editions of his Conchology of 1811

@article{Petit2003GeorgePM,
  title={George Perry’s molluscan taxa and notes on the editions of his Conchology of 1811},
  author={Richard E. Petit},
  journal={Zootaxa},
  year={2003},
  volume={377},
  pages={1-72}
}
The molluscan taxa named by George Perry in his two publications, the Arcana; or the museum of natural history:, etc., published in 1810–1811, and the Conchology of 1811 are listed with notations on their current status, some figures being identified to the species level for the first time, some being placed in the synonymy of earlier names and others declared nomina dubia. Five species that are identified as previously unused senior subjective synonyms of names in current usage and one unused… 
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