Jean Baptiste Antoine Pierre de Monnet de Lamarck
Only English works (original and translated) are listed here. The vast majority of Lamarck's works were written in French; for French works, see
Jean-Baptiste de Lamarck on the French Wikisource, or the bibliography of Lamarck at http://www.lamarck.cnrs.fr.
Sensibility of plants" in Tilloch Philosophical Magazine (1798): 305–306. 1 Children, J. G. (1822–1823) "
Lamarck's genera of Shells, translated from the Histoire naturelle des animaux sans vertèbres" in The quarterly journal of science, literature and arts 27: 64–86; 28: 298–322; 29: 23–52; 30: 216–258; 31: 49–79; 32: 241–264.
Dubois, Charles (1825) : being a free translation of that part of his work, de l’Histoire naturelle des animaux sans vertèbres, with illustrative observations and comparative and synoptic tables of the system of Lynnæus and Lamarck. An epitome of Lamarck’s arrangement of Testacea Crouch, E. A. (1827),
, contained in his Histoire naturelle des animaux sans vertèbres; being a literal translation of the descriptions of the recent and fossil genera, accompanied by 22 lithographic plates. An illustrated introduction to Lamarck’s conchology ( External scan) Gould, A. A. (1833),
: with a catalogue of species. Lamarck's genera of Shells ( External scan) Zoological philosophy; 1914
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Works about Lamark [ edit ]
Lamarck, French Naturalist, Is Dead!, London News 22 Dec, 1829 Foreign butterflies by James Duncan, 1804-1861; Sir William Jardine, 1800-1874. Contains chapter of biography of Lamark. (1858)
( External scan) Lamarck, the founder of evolution; his life and work by Alpheus Spring Packard, 1839-1905 (1901)
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