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Montagu, G. (1808). Description of several marine animals found on the south coast of Devonshire. Transactions of the Linnean Society of London. 9: 81-114, pls. 2-8.
Montagu, G.
Description of several marine animals found on the south coast of Devonshire
Transactions of the Linnean Society of London
9: 81-114, pls. 2-8
Ant'Phipoda Literature database
World Isopoda DB
World Polychaeta Database (WPolyDb) [Polychaeta p.108-111];
NeMys doc_id: 1996
The 1804 and 1808 articles have identical titles with no direct back reference to the first in the second.
Date of publication of volume 9 given as November, 1808 by Raphael (1970: Biological Journal of the Linnean Society, 2:63); all names in this paper consistently given as 1808 by Sherborn.
Britain in general
British Islands
English Channel
North Sea (and Channel)
Atlantic, North East (= warm + cold temperate (boreal))
Systematics, Taxonomy
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Amphitrite infundibulum Montagu, 1808 accepted as Myxicola infundibulum (Montagu, 1808) (original description)
Aphrodita clava Montagu, 1808 accepted as Lepidonotus clava (Montagu, 1808) (original description)
Apseudes talpa (Montagu, 1808) (taxonomy source)
Asterias brachiata Montagu, 1804 accepted as Acrocnida brachiata (Montagu, 1804) (original description)
Cancer (Astacus) stellatus Montagu, 1808 accepted as Upogebia stellata (Montagu, 1808) (original description)
Cancer (Astacus) subterraneus Montagu, 1808 accepted as Callianassa subterranea (Montagu, 1808) (original description)
Cancer (Gammarus) Fabricius, 1775 accepted as Gammarus Fabricius, 1775 (original description)
Cancer (Gammarus) falcatus Montagu, 1808 accepted as Podocerus falcatus (Montagu, 1808) accepted as Jassa falcata (Montagu, 1808) (original description)
Cancer (Gammarus) grossimanus Montagu, 1808 accepted as Maera grossimana (Montagu, 1808) (original description)
Cancer (Gammarus) littoreus Montagu, 1808 accepted as Orchestia littorea (Montagu, 1808) accepted as Orchestia gammarellus (Pallas, 1766) (original description)
Cancer (Gammarus) rubricatus Montagu, 1808 accepted as Ampithoe rubricata (Montagu, 1808) (original description)
Cancer (Gammarus) saltator Montagu, 1808 accepted as Talitrus saltator (Montagu, 1808) (original description)
Cancer (Gammarus) talpa Montagu, 1808 accepted as Apseudes talpa (Montagu, 1808) (original description)
Cancer astacus multipes Montagu, 1808 accepted as Praunus flexuosus (Müller, 1776) (original description)
Cancer denticulatus Montagu, 1808 accepted as Pirimela denticulata (Montagu, 1808) (original description)
Cancer floridus Linnaeus, 1767 sensu Montagu, 1808 accepted as Xantho hydrophilus (Herbst, 1790) (original description)
Cancer tumefacta Montagu, 1808 accepted as Ebalia tumefacta (Montagu, 1808) (original description)
Doris longicornis Montagu, 1808 accepted as Facelina auriculata (O. F. Müller, 1776) (original description)
Nereis pinnigera Montagu, 1808 accepted as Myrianida pinnigera (Montagu, 1808) (original description)
Oniscus gracilis Montagu, 1808 accepted as Anthura gracilis (Montagu, 1808) (original description)
Oniscus testudo Montagu, 1808 accepted as Pereionotus testudo (Montagu, 1808) (original description)
Oniscus thoracicus Montagu, 1808 accepted as Ione thoracica (Montagu, 1808) (original description)
Phalangium spinosum Montagu, 1808 accepted as Endeis spinosa (Montagu, 1808) (original description)
Podocerus falcatus (Montagu, 1808) accepted as Jassa falcata (Montagu, 1808) (additional source)
Terebella tentaculata Montagu, 1808 accepted as Cirriformia tentaculata (Montagu, 1808) (original description)
Unknown type, geounit English Channel, identified as Endeis spinosa (Montagu, 1808)
 Additional information

original name was Cancer Gammarus Talpa [details]


Montagu (1808) wrote: "This new and interesting species I discovered in the estuary of Kingsbridge, near the Salt ... [details]

 Type locality

Kingsbridge estuary, Devon, England, with neotype from 50.2540° N, 3.7588° W [details]