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Brown, T. (1827). Illustrations of the conchology of Great Britain and Ireland. Drawn from nature. W.H. Lizars and D. Lizars, Edinburgh and S. Highley, London. 144 pp., 52 pls.
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10.5962/bhl.title.62824 [view]
Brown, T.
1827
Illustrations of the conchology of Great Britain and Ireland. Drawn from nature
W.H. Lizars and D. Lizars, Edinburgh and S. Highley, London
144 pp., 52 pls.
Publication
CLEMAM P0256
Dates of publication for individual parts are given by Kennard & Woodward, 1928

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Arcopagia T. Brown, 1827 (original description)
Crenella T. Brown, 1827 (original description)
Diaphana T. Brown, 1827 (original description)
Lasaea T. Brown, 1827 (original description)
Retusa T. Brown, 1827 (original description)
Sipho T. Brown, 1827 accepted as Puncturella R. T. Lowe, 1827 (original description)
Tellimya T. Brown, 1827 (original description)
 Classification

The genus Brochus is a synonym to Caecum J. Fleming, 1813 in Mollusca. The species Brochus arcuatus Brown, 1827 is ... [details]

 Description

Brown (1927) includes in the figure caption the words "Brochus arcuatus. Brown's MSS — A new species. Found in ... [details]

 Homonymy

Serpula contortus Brown, 1827 (plate II fig.4) from Dunbar [details]

 Status
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non-serpulid but Foraminifera, attributed to Vermiculum by Montagu; to Miliola by Brown 1827 [details]

 Status

not serpulid but belongs to the Foraminifera, assigned to Lagena laevis by e.g. Brown (1827) [details]

 Type locality

Dunbar, Scotland, 56.003, -2.517. Author: "found at Dunbar by General Bingham, and in his Cabinet".  [details]

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