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" The changes of nomenclature have invariably been made in obedience to the rules of the British and American associations for the advancement of science. "
Proceedings of the United States National Museum - Page 277
by United States National Museum - 1885 - 9 pages
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American Journal of Conchology, Volume 5

1870
...and that in 1822 Fabricius gave the new name Digitata, are only of historic interest. 4. REVIEW. The rules of the British and American associations for the advancement of science are provisionally, at least, adopted. Under one of those rules, the pseudogeneric names connected with...
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American Journal of Conchology, Volume 5

Mollusks - 1870
...and that in 1822 Fabricius gave the new name Digitata, are only of historic interest. 4, REVIEW. The rules of the British and American associations for the advancement of science are provisionally, at least, adopted. Under one of those rules, the pseudogeneric names connected with...
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Report of the Geological Survey of Ohio...

Geological Survey of Ohio - Animals - 1873
...the same name may not be used both in Botany and Zoology, without creating confusion, though contrary to the rules of the British and American Associations for the Advancement of Science. 12 TRIPLESIA ORTONI, Meek. Plate 1n, figs. 1 a to k. Dicraniscus Ortoni, Meek, 1872; Am. Jour. Sci....
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The American Naturalist

Biology - 1881
...stated, and thereupon makes the following remarks: "What is the advantage of any description ? According to the rules of the British and American Associations for the Advancement of Science, a description is necessary as the basis of permanent nomenclature, but like many of the other rules...
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Smithsonian Miscellaneous Collections, Volume 22

Science - 1882
...detain longer. The question arises in such a case, What is the advantage of any description? According to the rules of the British and American associations for the advancement of science, a description is necessary as the basis of permanent nomenclature, but like many of the other rules...
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PROCEEDINGS

U.S. Department of Interior - 1885
...of Cuvier, I was obliged to dissent from the taxonomic views as well as nomenclature most in vogue, and have reached the conclusions embodied in the following...the same conclusion with reference to the Teuthis hepatus. SUPEBFAMILY TEUTHLDOIDEA. Synonym. Teuthidoidea Oill, Cat. Fishes E. Coast N. Am., p. 8, 1873....
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