Thomas Say

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Thomas Say

Thomas Say (June 6, 1787 – October 10, 1834), U.S. naturalist.

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1821[edit]

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1824[edit]

  • Say, T. 1824. Descriptions of Coleopterous Insects collected in the late Expedition to the Rocky Mountains, performed by order of Mr. Calhoun, Secretary of War, under the command of Major Long. Journal of the Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia 3[1823] (2): 403–462.
  • Say, T. 1824. Descriptions of coleopterous insects collected in the late expedition to the Rocky Mountains, performed by order of Mr. Calhoun, Secretary of War, under the command of Major Long. Journal of the Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia 4: 83–99. BHL
  • Say, T. 1824. Narrative of an Expedition to the source of St. Peter's river, Lake Winnepeck, Lake of the Wood, &c &c, performed in the year 1823, by order of the Hon. J.C. Calhoun, Secretary of War, under the command of Stephen H. Long, Major U.S.T.E. Appendix. Part I. Natural History - I - Zoology. Philadelphia, H. C. Carey & I. Lea 2: 268–378.
  • Say, T. 1824. An account of some fossil shells of Maryland. Journal of the Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia 4: 124-155 BHL
  • Say, T. 1824. D. Class Vermes. Order Cryptobranchia. Hirudo. In: W.H. Keating, (ed.) Narrative of an expedition to the source of St. Peter's River, Lake Winnepeek, Lake of the Woods, Volume 2. Philadelphia: H.C. Carey and I. Lea. Pp. 266–268. BHL Reference page

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1831[edit]

  • Say, T. 1831: [untitled continuation of Say, 1830. Descriptions of new species of North American insects, and observations on some already described.], pp. 42–49. New Harmony (Indiana): T. Say.

1832[edit]

  • Say, T. 1832: [untitled continuation of Say, 1830. Descriptions of new species of North American insects, and observations on some already described.], pp. 50–57. New Harmony (Indiana): T. Say.

1833[edit]

  • Say, T. 1833: [untitled continuation of Say, 1830. Descriptions of new species of North American insects, and observations on some already described.], pp. 58–73. New Harmony (Indiana): T. Say.

1836[edit]

1839[edit]

References[edit]

  • Binney, W. G. 1858. The complete writings of Thomas Say, on the conchology of the United States. New York, H. Baillière. URL full work
Bulletin of Zoological Nomenclature
Name(s):
Coluber septemvittatus Say, 1825
Name(s):
Pamera Say, 1831 (name suppressed)
Name(s):
Lygaeus leucopterus Say, 1832 (currently accepted as Blissus leucopterus (Say, 1832))
Name(s):
Unio plicata Say, 1817
Name(s):
Doniax variabilis Say, 1822
Name(s):
Calyptraea striata Say, 1826 (currently accepted as Crucibulum striatum (Say, 1826))
Name(s):
Paludina porata Say, 1821 (currently synonym of Amnicola limosus (Say, 1817))
Paludina limosa Say, 1817 (currently accepted as Amnicola limosus (Say, 1817))
Name(s):
Gammarus fasciatus Say, 1818
Name(s):
Saperda inornata Say, 1824, and AMNH-147 as lectotype of this name.
Name(s):
Corixia mercenaria Say, 1832 (currently accepted as Corisella mercenaria (Say, 1832)), type species of Corisella Lundblad, 1928
Name(s):
Gryphaea corrugata Say, 1823 (name suppressed)
Name(s):
Unio alatus Say, 1817 (currently accepted as Potamilus alatus (Say, 1817))
Name(s):
Buthus vittatus Say, 1821 (currently accepted as Centruroides vittatus (Say, 1821))
Name(s):
Polygyra Say, 1818
Polygyra septemvolva Say, 1818
Helix thyroidus Say, 1817 (currently accepted as Mesodon thyroidus (Say, 1817))
Name(s):
Halictus purus Say, 1837 (currently accepted as Augochlora pura ( Say, 1837))
Name(s):
Buprestis germinatus Say, 1823
Buprestis gibbicolis Say, 1823
Buprestis cyanipes Say, 1823
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Diastylis Say, 1818
Name(s):
Staphylinus iracundus Say, 1830 (currently synonym of Quedius fulgidus fulgidus (Fabricius, 1792))
Name(s):
Unio ochraceus Say, 1817 (currently accepted as Leptodea ochracea (Say, 1817))
Name(s):
Buprestis sexsignata Say, 1839 (currently accepted as Chrysobothris sexsignata (Say, 1817))
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