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Cuvier, Georges, baron, 1769-1832.
Animal kingdom arranged in conformity with its organization.
London : G.B. Whittaker, 1827-1836
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Georges Cuvier, baron; Edward Griffith; Charles Hamilton Smith; Edward Pidgeon; John Edward Gray; P A Latreille; George Robert Gray; et al
|Notes:||Imprint varies slightly.
Each vol. has also special t.p.
Issued in parts. Plates mostly colored & many are in two states, both colored and uncolored.
On t.p. of v.11 in place of vol. no.: Supplementary volume on the fossils.
|Description:||15 v. : ill. (some folded & col.) ; 23 cm. + A classified index and synopsis of The animal kingdom arranged in conformity with its organization by the Baron Cuvier with supplementary additions to each order. (328, cxix p. ; 23 cm.|
|Contents:||v. 1-4. The class Mammalia, with specific descriptions by E. Griffith, C.H. Smith, and E. Pidgeon. 1827 --
v. 5. Synopsis of the species of the class Mammalia, as arranged by Cuvier and other naturalists [by J.E. Gray; the Ruminantia, by C.H. Smith] 1827 --
v. 6-8. The class Aves, with specific descriptions, by E. Griffith and E. Pidgeon ; the additional species inserted in the text of Cuvier by J.E. Gray. 1829 --
v. 9. The class Reptilia, with specific descriptions by E. Griffith and E. Pidgeon. 1831 --
v. 10. The class Pisces, with supplementary additions, by E. Griffith and C.H. Smith. 1834 --
[v. 11] The fossil remains of the animal kingdom, by E. Pidgeon. 1830 --
v. 12. The Mollusca and Radiata, with supplementary additions, by E. Griffith and E. Pidgeon. 1834 --
v. 13. The classes Annelida, Crustacea, and Aracnida [the last two by P.A. Latreille] with supplementary additions by E. Griffith and E. P:idgeon, 1833 --
v. 14-15. The class Insecta [by P.A. Latreille] ; with supplementary additions, by E. Griffith and E. Pidgeon.
|Responsibility:||by Edward Griffith ... [et al.].|