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Georges Cuvier, baron; Edward Griffith; Charles Hamilton Smith; Edward Pidgeon; John Edward Gray; P A Latreille; George Robert Gray
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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, by Edward Griffith and others London, Printed for Whittaker and co., 1835.
Alphabetical table of authors quoted: p.283-328.
A tabular view of the classification of animals adapted by the Baron Cuvier with special examples: cxix p.
|Description:||11 volumes 13 frontispiece (12 color, 1 folded) plates (some color some folded) folded table 25 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. Pideon. 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 Archnida [the last two by P.A. Latreille] with supplementary additions by E. Griffith and E. Pidgeon. 1833.--v.14-15. The class Insecta [by P.A. Latreille]; with supplementary additions, by E. Griffith and E. Pidgeon, and notices of new genera and species, by G. Gray. 1832.|
|Responsibility:||by the Baron Cuvier with additional descriptions of all the species hitherto named, and of many not before noticed, by Edward Griffith and others.|