Synonyms for draparnaud or Related words with draparnaud

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Examples of "draparnaud"
A closely related species is "Norelona pyrenaica" (Draparnaud, 1805) - synonym: "Elona pyrenaica" (Draparnaud, 1805).
Draparnaud named ("described") a large number of new taxa of molluscs, including for example:
Jacques Philippe Raymond Draparnaud (3 June 1772, Montpellier – 2 February 1804) was a French naturalist, malacologist and botanist.
Both the family name and the genus name of these snails were created to honor the 18th century French malacologist Jacques Philippe Raymond Draparnaud.
Draparnaud is considered the father of malacology in France. He was professor of medicine and pathology at the Faculté de Médecine de Montpellier.
Arion subfuscus (Draparnaud, 1805) is considered by some authors to be a partial synonym for "Arion fuscus".☃☃ ↵"Arion subfuscus" (Draparnaud, 1805) and "A. fuscus" (Müller, 1774) have very similar morphology and have overlapping distributional ranges in northwestern Europe. "Arion fuscus" is widespread throughout Central, North and East Europe whereas "A. subfuscus" is restricted to West Europe. (For practical purposes the two are synonyms in Germany and in the Czech Republic.) The two taxa are referred to as the species complex "Arion subfuscus"/"fuscus" both members having several evolutionary lineages.They are only separable by alloenzyme analysis and gonad type.
Physella acuta is a species of small, left-handed or sinistral, air-breathing freshwater snail, an aquatic gastropod mollusk in the family Physidae. Common names include European physa, Tadpole Snail, Bladder Snail, and Acute Bladder Snail. In addition, "Phyla acuta", "Physa heterostropha" (Say, 1817) and "Physa integra" (Haldeman, 1841) are synonyms of "Physella acuta" (Draparnaud, 1805).
Locard is credited with describing hundreds of zoological species, in particular freshwater mussels and gastropods from the genus "Helix". During his career he did very little collecting of specimens himself, preferring to work in an institution/museum environment. In 1895, he revised the conchological collection of Jacques Philippe Raymond Draparnaud (1772–1804).
Moreover in "An annotated checklist of the terrestrial molluscs of Ukraine" list of species which were reported for Ukraine erroneously or doubtfully is given. It includes: "Pilorcula trifilaris" (Mousson, 1856), "Chondrina avenacea" (Bruguière, 1792), "Abida secale" (Draparnaud, 1801), "Zebrina detrita" (O.F. Müller, 1774), "Zebrina dardana" (Philippi, 1844), "Chondrus zebrula" (Férussac, 1821), "Chondrus tournefortianus" (Férussac, 1821), "Mastus pupa" (Linnaeus, 1758), "Mastus caucasicus" (L. Pfeiffer, 1852), "Cochlodina costata" (C. Pfeiffer 1828), "Scrobifera taurica" (L. Pfeiffer 1848), "Poiretia" sp., "Oxychilus subeffusus" (O. Boettger 1879), "Oxychilus cellarius" (O. F. Müller, 1774), "Oxychilus alliarius" (Miller, 1822), "Aegopis verticillus" (Lamarck, 1822), "Helicigona cingulata" (Studer, 1820), "Causa holosericea" (S. Studer, 1820), "Cornu aspersum" (O. F. Müller, 1774), "Arion hortensis" Férussac, 1819, "Arion ater" sensu lato, "Oxyloma dunkeri" (L. Pfeiffer, 1865), "Orcula dolium" (Draparnaud, 1801), "Pagodulina pagodula" (Des Moulins, 1830), "Bulgarica vetusta" (Rossmässler, 1836), "Alopia glauca" (Bielz, 1853) and "Deroceras praecox" Wiktor, 1966.
It is possible for a junior synonym to be given precedence over a senior synonym, primarily when the senior name has not been used since 1899, and the junior name is in common use. The older name may be declared to be a "nomen oblitum", and the junior name declared a "nomen protectum". This rule exists primarily to prevent the confusion that would result if a well-known name, with a large accompanying body of literature, were to be replaced by a completely unfamiliar name. An example is the European land snail "Petasina edentula" (Draparnaud, 1805). In 2002, researchers found that an older name "Helix depilata" Draparnaud, 1801 referred to the same species, but this name had never been used after 1899 and was fixed as a "nomen oblitum" under this rule by Falkner "et al". 2002.
He was interested in entomology and published several "memoires" on insects harmful to agriculture. Also a botanist, he particularly studied the cryptogams of leaving many new handwritten notes concerning the Scientific Classification classifying systems of Dillen, Johannes Hedwig (1730–1799) and Beauvoir. He had also a vast mineralogy collection classified according to the system of René Just Haüy and essayed a mineralogical description of the department of the Rhone. But ii was malacology which held all his attention. The many manuscripts which he left show that he was principally concerned to establish ‘’systematic correspondences’’ of the various species current and fossil, terrestrial, fresh-water and marine, described and illustrated in the works of Geoffroy, Jean Louis Marie Poiret (1755–1834), Jean-Baptiste de Lamarck (1744–1829), George Cuvier (1769–1832), Jacques Philippe Raymond Draparnaud (1772–1804)and others less famous. He created his own classifying system to arrange the molluscs in his collection, a problem since it was a very particular system opposed to that of his friend, Draparnaud. His collection included 62 species not appearing in "l'Histoire naturelle des Mollusques terrestres et fluviatiles de la France" (the Natural History of Terrestrial and Fluviatile Molluscs of France) of Draparnaud and was consulted by Gaspard Louis André Michaud (1795–1880) when he wrote the supplement to this work.
Draparnaud understood the breadth of the fauna he studied, as can be seen in a quote from him, in "Histoire Naturelle des Mollusques", published in 1805:Au reste, quoique j'aie décrit pour la France seule un bien plus grand nombre d'espèces que Muller et Schroeter n'ent ont fait connoître pour l'Europe entière, et trois fois autant que Geoffroy et Poiret n'en ont observé dans les environs de Paris, je suis convaincu qu'il reste encore en ce genre bien des découvertes à faire.
The status of this taxon is uncertain."Hydrobia neglecta" is treated as a full species in Fauna Europaea but in 1995 it had been suggested that "H. neglecta" is a synonym of the Mediterranean "Hydrobia acuta" (Draparnaud). Then a "neglecta" colony in northern France was shown to be "acuta". In (2000) a molecular study concluded that north-west European populations were not specifically distinct from the Mediterranean "Hydrobia acuta" and designated them subspecies "neglecta" Muus.
He started to publish his first scientific paper between 1828 and 1831, dealing mainly with Mediterranean molluscs. In 1831 he published his major work, the "Complément" to the works of Draparnaud (1805). In 1833 he wrote a first paper on the terrestrial molluscs of Algeria. From 1837 on he became interested in fossils, and started to publish several papers dealing with palaeomalacology. Together with Valéry Louis Victor Potiez (1806–1870) he published in 1835 the "Galerie des mollusques", a catalogue of the molluscs in the collection of the museum of Douai.