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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1823[edit]

1824[edit]

1825[edit]

1827[edit]

1829[edit]

1830[edit]

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.

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))
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Unio plicata Say, 1817
Name(s):
Doniax variabilis Say, 1822
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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))
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Gammarus fasciatus Say, 1818
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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
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Gryphaea corrugata Say, 1823 (name suppressed)
Name(s):
Unio alatus Say, 1817 (currently accepted as Potamilus alatus (Say, 1817))
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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))
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Halictus purus Say, 1837 (currently accepted as Augochlora pura ( Say, 1837))
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Buprestis germinatus Say, 1823
Buprestis gibbicolis Say, 1823
Buprestis cyanipes Say, 1823
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Diastylis Say, 1818
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Staphylinus iracundus Say, 1830 (currently synonym of Quedius fulgidus fulgidus (Fabricius, 1792))
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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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