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Gray, J.E. (1850). Description of a new genus and several new species of terrestrial, fluviatile, and marine molluscous animals inhabiting New Zealand. Proceedings of the Zoological Society of London. 1849: 164-169.
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Gray, J.E.
1850
Description of a new genus and several new species of terrestrial, fluviatile, and marine molluscous animals inhabiting New Zealand
Proceedings of the Zoological Society of London
1849: 164-169
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Amnicola antipodarum Gray, 1843 accepted as Potamopyrgus antipodarum (Gray, 1843) (additional source)
Bulimus (Laoma) leimonias Gray, 1850 accepted as Laoma leimonias (Gray, 1850) (original description)
Cyclophorus cytora Gray, 1850 accepted as Cytora cytora (Gray, 1850) (original description)
Gyraulus corinna (Gray, 1850) (original description)
Helix egesta Gray, 1850 accepted as Egestula egesta (Gray, 1850) (original description)
Helix greenwoodi Gray, 1850 accepted as Rhytida greenwoodi (Gray, 1850) (original description)
Helix ide Gray, 1850 accepted as Suteria ide (Gray, 1850) (original description)
Helix portia Gray, 1850 accepted as Phenacohelix ziczac (Gould, 1846) accepted as Neophenacohelix ziczac (Gould, 1846) (original description)
Lamellaria ophione Gray, 1850 (original description)
Latia neritoides Gray, 1850 (original description)
Nanina celinde Gray, 1850 accepted as Therasiella celinde (Gray, 1850) (original description)
Nanina erigone Gray, 1850 accepted as Phrixgnathus erigone (Gray, 1850) (original description)
Nanina tullia Gray, 1850 accepted as Huonodon pseudoleiodon (Suter, 1890) (original description)
Realia egea Gray, 1850 accepted as Liarea egea (Gray, 1850) (original description)
Zonites chiron Gray, 1850 accepted as Flammulina chiron (Gray, 1850) (original description)
Zonites coresia Gray, 1850 accepted as Delos coresia (Gray, 1850) (original description)
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Gray (1843) spelled the name antipodanum on p. 241 and antipodarum on p. 248. Gray (1850: 169) used only the ... [details]