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King, P.P. (1832) Description of the Cirrhipeda, Conchifera and Mollusca, in a collection formed by the officers of H.M.S. Adventure and Beagle employed between the years 1826 and 1830 in surveying the southern coasts of South America, including the Straits of Magalhaens and the coast of Tierra del Fuego. Zoological Journal, 5: 332-349. [July 1832; for the date and authorship of this work, see Coan, Petit & Zelaya, 2011, The Nautilus 125(2): 86-88]
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King, P. P.
1832
Description of the Cirrhipeda, Conchifera and Mollusca, in a collection formed by the officers of H.M.S. Adventure and Beagle employed between the years 1826 and 1830 in surveying the southern coasts of South America, including the Straits of Magalhaens and the coast of Tierra del Fuego. 1832; for the date and authorship of this work
i>Zoological Journal, see Coan, Petit & Zelaya, 2011, The Nautilus
5(125): 332-349
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Anatina elliptica P. P. King, 1832 accepted as Laternula elliptica (P. P. King, 1832) (original description)
Arca angulata King, 1832 accepted as Arca fernandezensis Hertlein & A. M. Strong, 1943 (original description)
Arca pectinoides King, 1832 accepted as Lunarca ovalis (Bruguière, 1789) (original description)
Buccinum deforme King, 1832 accepted as Buccinanops deformis (King, 1832) (original description)
Buccinum muriciforme King, 1832 accepted as Xymenopsis muriciformis (King, 1832) (original description)
Buccinum squalidum King, 1832 accepted as Buccinanops paytensis (Kiener, 1834) (original description)
Chiton bowenii King, 1832 (original description)
Chiton setiger King, 1832 accepted as Plaxiphora (Plaxiphora) aurata (Spalowsky, 1795) represented as Plaxiphora aurata (Spalowsky, 1795) (original description)
Columbella mitriformis King, 1832 accepted as Pictocolumbella ocellata (Link, 1807) (original description)
Erycina solenoides King, 1832 accepted as Darina solenoides (King, 1832) (original description)
Fissurella coarctata King, 1832 (original description)
Littorina flava King, 1832 accepted as Littoraria flava (King, 1832) (original description)
Littorina striata King, 1832 accepted as Tectarius striatus (King, 1832) (original description)
Mactra edulis King, 1832 accepted as Mulinia edulis (King, 1832) (original description)
Margarita coerulescens King, 1832 accepted as Photinula coerulescens (King, 1832) (original description)
Marinula P. P. King, 1832 (original description)
Marinula pepita P. P. King, 1832 (original description)
Modiola sinuosa King, 1832 accepted as Mytella brasiliensis (Gray, 1825) (original description)
Monoceros fusoides King, 1832 accepted as Chorus giganteus (Lesson, 1831) (original description)
Murex rhodocheilus King, 1832 accepted as Hexaplex brassica (Lamarck, 1822) (original description)
Murex salebrosus King, 1832 accepted as Vitularia salebrosa (King, 1832) (original description)
Nucula striata King, 1832 accepted as Neilonella sulculata (Gould, 1852) (original description)
Pecten patagonicus King, 1832 accepted as Zygochlamys patagonica (King, 1832) (original description)
Solen scalprum King, 1832 accepted as Ensis macha (Molina, 1782) (original description)
Turritella nodulosa King, 1832 (original description)
Turritella tricarinata King, 1832 accepted as Turritella cingulata G. B. Sowerby I, 1825 (original description)
Venus antiqua P. P. King, 1832 accepted as Leukoma antiqua (P. P. King, 1832) (original description)