John Edward Gray
|John Edward Gray|
12 February 1800|
|Died||7 March 1875(aged 75)|
Gray published several catalogues of the museum collections which discussed animal groups and described new species. He improved the collections to make them amongst the best in the world.
Works (partial list)[change | change source]
- 1825 : An outline of an attempt at the disposition of the Mammalia into tribes and families with a list of the genera apparently appertaining to each tribe. Annals of Philosophy (ns) 10 : 337-344.
- 1826 : Vertebrata: Mammalia. (Appendix B in part). p. 412-415 in King P.P. (ed) Narrative of a survey of the intertropical and western coasts of Australia. Performed between the years 1818 and 1822. With an appendix, containing various subjects relating to hydrography and natural history. London: J. Murray, vol. 2.
- 1827 : Synopsis of the species of the class Mammalia. p. 1-391 in Baron G. Cuvier The animal kingdom arranged in conformity with its organization, with additional descriptions by Edward Griffith and others. (16 vols: 1827-1835). London: George B. Whittaker, vol. 5.
- 1828 : Spicilegia Zoologica, or original figures and short systematic descriptions of new and unfigured animals. Pt 1. London: Treuttel, Würtz & Co.
- 1830 : A synopsis of the species of the class Reptilia. pp 1–110 in Griffith E. The animal kingdom arranged in conformity with its organisation by the Baron Cuvier. London: Whitaker and Treacher, vol. 9 : 481 + 110 p.
- 1844: Catalogue of the tortoises, crocodiles, and amphisbænians, in the collection of the British Museum.
- 1845: Catalogue of the specimens of lizards in the collection of the British Museum. London: Trustees of the British Museum.
- Petit, Richard E. 2012. John Edward Gray (1800–1875): his malacological publications and molluscan taxa. Zootaxa 3214: 1-125
Further reading[change | change source]
- Mearns, Barbara and Richard. Biographies for birdwatchers. ISBN 0-12-487422-3.
Other websites[change | change source]
- Media related to John Edward Gray at Wikimedia Commons
- John Edward Gray, the Indian Pond Heron and Walsall