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Annotated Catalog of the Fossil Invertebrates Described by, and Named for, William More Gabb (1839–1878)

Natural History Museum of Los Angeles Co., Malacology Department, 900 Exposition Boulevard, Los Angeles, California 90007, U.S.A.
Professor Emeritus, California State University, Northridge Department of Geological Sciences, 18111 Nordhoff Street, Northridge, California 91330–8266, U.S.A. Natural History Museum of Los Angeles Co., Invertebrate Paleontology Department, Research Associate, 900 Exposition Boulevard, Los Angeles, California, 90007, U.S.A.
Mollusca Gabb catalog fossil invertebrates

Abstract

William More Gabb [1839–1878] described 1163 fossil invertebrate taxa: Protozoa [1 species], Porifera [1 genus, 2 species], Cnidaria [12 species], Bryozoa (with G.H. Horn) [1 family, 8 genera, 67 species], Brachiopoda [15 species], Annelida [7 species], Mollusca [Bivalvia: 15 genera, 2 subgenera, 412 species; Gastropoda: 1 family, 2 subfamilies, 42 genera, 8 subgenera, 489 species; Scaphopoda: 10 species; Cephalopoda: 1 family, 3 genera, 51 species], Arthropoda [Crustacea: 2 species; Cirripedia 1 species], and Echinodermata [11 species]. Listed herein are all fossil taxa named by Gabb, type localities, institutional depository, and remarks concerning current taxonomic status, when known. An annotated list of Gabb’s fossil references is also included. Also listed herein are 134 fossil invertebrate taxa and 33 living mollusk taxa named for him.

 

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