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Sowerby, J. (1812-1815). The mineral conchology of Great Britain; or coloured figures and descriptions of those remains of testaceous animals or shells, which have been preserved at various times and depths in the earth [Vol. I]. London, privately published, pp. i-vii, 9-234 + index [2 pp.], pl. 1-102.
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Sowerby, J.
1812-1815
The mineral conchology of Great Britain; or coloured figures and descriptions of those remains of testaceous animals or shells, which have been preserved at various times and depths in the earth [Vol. I]
London, privately published, pp. i-vii, 9-234 + index [2 pp.], pl. 1-102
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Arca carinata J. Sowerby, 1813 † (original description)
Arca subacuta J. Sowerby, 1813 † (original description)
Avicula media J. Sowerby, 1812 † (original description)
Cardita abrupta J. Sowerby, 1815 † (original description)
Cardita striata J. Sowerby, 1815 † (original description)
Cardium elongatum J. Sowerby, 1815 † accepted as Conocardium elongatum (J. Sowerby, 1815) † (original description)
Cardium hibernicum J. Sowerby, 1815 † (original description)
Cardium hillanum J. Sowerby, 1813 † accepted as Protocardia hillana (J. Sowerby, 1813) † (original description)
Cardium nitens J. Sowerby, 1813 † (original description)
Cardium parkinsoni J. Sowerby, 1814 † (original description)
Cardium plumstedianum J. Sowerby, 1813 † (original description)
Cerithium funatum Sowerby J., 1814 † accepted as Eotympanotonus funatus (Sowerby J., 1814) † (original description)
Chama canaliculata J. Sowerby, 1813 † (original description)
Chama conica J. Sowerby, 1813 † accepted as Exogyra conica (J. Sowerby, 1813) † (original description)
Chama haliotoidea J. Sowerby, 1813 † accepted as Exogyra haliotoidea (J. Sowerby, 1813) † (original description)
Chama plicata J. Sowerby, 1813 † accepted as Exogyra conica (J. Sowerby, 1813) † (original description)
Chama recurvata J. Sowerby, 1813 † accepted as Exogyra conica (J. Sowerby, 1813) † (original description)
Dianchora J. Sowerby, 1815 † accepted as Spondylus Linnaeus, 1758 (original description)
Dianchora lata J. Sowerby, 1815 † (original description)
Dianchora striata J. Sowerby, 1815 † (original description)
Emarginula crassa J. Sowerby, 1813 (additional source)
Emarginula crassa J. Sowerby, 1813 (original description)
Mactra gibbosa J. Sowerby, 1813 † (original description)
Melania sulcata J. Sowerby, 1813 † accepted as Turritella terebellata Lamarck, 1804 † (original description)
Modiola depressa J. Sowerby, 1812 † (original description)
Modiola elegans J. Sowerby, 1812 † (original description)
Modiola laevis J. Sowerby, 1812 † (original description)
Modiola pallida J. Sowerby, 1812 † (original description)
Modiola parallella J. Sowerby, 1812 † (original description)
Murex latus Sowerby J., 1813 † accepted as Eocantharus latus (Sowerby J., 1813) † (original description)
Mya intermedia J. Sowerby, 1814 † accepted as Panopea intermedia (Sowerby J., 1814) † (original description)
Mya lata J. Sowerby, 1815 † accepted as Mya arenaria Linnaeus, 1758 (original description)
Mya mandibula J. Sowerby, 1813 † (original description)
Mya plana J. Sowerby, 1814 † accepted as Callista (Callistina) plana (J. Sowerby, 1814) † accepted as Callistina plana (J. Sowerby, 1814) † (original description)
Mya subangulata J. Sowerby, 1814 † (original description)
Mytilus amplus J. Sowerby, 1812 † accepted as Stegoconcha ampla (J. Sowerby, 1812) † (original description)
Nautilus ziczac Sowerby J., 1812 † accepted as Aturoidea ziczac (Sowerby J., 1812) † (original description)
Ostrea marshii J. Sowerby, 1814 † (original description)
Pecten quadricostata J. Sowerby, 1814 † (original description)
Pecten quinquecostata J. Sowerby, 1814 † (original description)
Pectunculus costatus J. Sowerby, 1813 † (original description)
Pectunculus decussatus J. Sowerby, 1813 † (original description)
Pectunculus plumstediensis J. Sowerby, 1813 † (original description)
Perna aviculoides J. Sowerby, 1814 † accepted as Gervillia aviculoides (J. Sowerby, 1814) † (original description)
Plagiostoma J. Sowerby, 1814 † (original description)
Plagiostoma gigantea J. Sowerby, 1814 † (original description)
Plagiostoma spinosa J. Sowerby, 1814 † (original description)
Pyrgopolon crassum (Sowerby, 1812) † (original description)
Rostellaria lucida J. Sowerby, 1815 † accepted as Eotibia lucida (J. Sowerby, 1815) † (original description)
Scalaria semicostata Sowerby J., 1814 † accepted as Acrilla semicostata (Sowerby J., 1814) † (original description)
Scalaria similis J. Sowerby, 1813 accepted as Boreoscala greenlandica (Perry, 1811) (original description)
Serpula (Sclerostyla) crassa Sowerby, 1812-15 † accepted as Pyrgopolon crassum (Sowerby, 1812) † (original description)
Solen affinis J. Sowerby, 1812 † (original description)
Teredo antenautae J. Sowerby, 1815 † (original description)
Turbo vagans † accepted as Turbo vagus Solander in Brander, 1766 accepted as Turritella vaga (Solander in Brander, 1766) † (basis of record)
Turritella brevis J. Sowerby, 1814 † (original description)
Turritella conoidea J. Sowerby, 1814 † (original description)
Turritella edita (Solander in Brander, 1766) † (new combination reference)
Turritella elongata J. Sowerby, 1814 † (original description)
Turritella incrassata J. Sowerby, 1814 † (original description)
Unio acutus J. Sowerby, 1813 † accepted as Carbonicola acuta (J. Sowerby, 1813) † (original description)
Unio subconstrictus J. Sowerby, 1813 † accepted as Carbonicola subconstricta (J. Sowerby, 1813) † (original description)
Unio uniformis J. Sowerby, 1813 † (original description)
Venus angulata J. Sowerby, 1814 † (original description)
Venus equalis J. Sowerby, 1813 † (original description)
Venus lineolata J. Sowerby, 1813 † (original description)
Venus planus J. Sowerby, 1813 † (original description)
Vivipara [sic] accepted as Viviparus Montfort, 1810 (basis of record)
Vivipara concinna J. Sowerby, 1813 † accepted as Viviparus concinnus J. Sowerby, 1813 † (original description)
 Type locality

London (Plumstead), London, United Kingdom; Lambeth Group, late Thanetian, late Paleocene [details]

 Type locality

"Derbyshire" (Great Britain) [details]

 Type locality

"Bradford in Yorkshire" (Great Britain) [details]

 Type locality

New Milton (Barton on Sea) ("Barton Cliff"), Hampshire, United Kingdom; Barton Group, late Lutetian to Bartonian, ... [details]