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Fabricius, O. (1780). Fauna Groenlandica, systematice sistens animalia groenlandiae occidentalis hactenus indagata, quoad nomen specificium, triviale, vernaculumque, synonyma auctorum plurimum, descriptionem, locum, victum, generationem, mores, usum capturamque singuli, pro ut detegendi occasio fuit, maximaque parte secundum proprias observationes. Hafniae [= Copenhagen] & Lipsiae [= Leipzig]: J.G. Rothe. xvi + 452 pp., 1 pl.
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Fabricius, O.
1780
<em>Fauna Groenlandica, systematice sistens animalia groenlandiae occidentalis hactenus indagata, quoad nomen specificium, triviale, vernaculumque, synonyma auctorum plurimum, descriptionem, locum, victum, generationem, mores, usum capturamque singuli, pro ut detegendi occasio fuit, maximaque parte secundum proprias observationes.</em> Hafniae [= Copenhagen] & Lipsiae [= Leipzig]: J.G. Rothe
Hafniae [= Copenhagen] &amp; Lipsiae [= Leipzig], Ioannis Gottlob Rothe
xvi + 452 pp., 1 pl.
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[POLYCHAETA & ANNELIDA DATA. p.266-315; 374-384]
Not an abstract, but an overview of this book and Fabricius: "In this important work Fabricius describes 473 animal species, 130 of which were new to science. Each species is put down with two names after the binominary nomenclature; then comes a brief diagnosis, a list of the designations given to the species by other authors (if already described), and its Greenland name. Then follows a more detailed description of the species, together with data on its occurrence in Greenland or along the coasts, its food, conditions of reproduction and living habits, and, finally, information on the Greenlanders' purpose for and methods of catching it. The descriptions of the animals are not abstracted from other authors, but composed by Fabricius himself on the basis of the Greenland material he had gathered and, as far as possible, take into account also the appearance of the living animals. It may rightly be said that the work of Otto Fabricius marks the beginning of scientific knowledge of the Greenland fauna (Ad. S. Jensen)." Fabricius was a missionary in Greenland from 1768 to 1773. "Otto Fabricius (1744- 1822) should not be confused with his contemporary and distant relative Johan Christian Fabricius (1745-1808), also a Dane, an entomologist who produced the first textbook of entomology, and also did some work on copepods.
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East Greenland Shelf for Spongia ciliata Fabricius, 1780 
Inuktitut Pullateriak [from synonym] for Lumbricus capitatus Fabricius, 1780
 Authority

Past workers (eg Hartman catalogue p.498) have attributed the name to Fabricius (1780). Muller pre-empted Fabricius ... [details]

 Etymology

The specific epithet capitata means having or forming a head.  [details]

 Original description

This species was originally described as Holothuria forcipata Fabricius, 1780. [details]

 Synonymy

Amphitrite cirrata has been in prevailing usage since late 1700s at least (see Fabricius, 1780:285, although ... [details]



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