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I've discovered that searching for Darwin on the Encyclopedia of Life (EOL) appears to prioritise in its search results those species named by Darwin rather than for him. The first page of results includes many barnacle species (as noted by 3cat). The first five species are: Amphibalanus amphitrite (Striped Barnacle) Megabalanus coccopoma (Titan Acorn ...


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I don't know if these are his earliest descriptions but Darwin did describe several species of Planaria, such as Planaria vaginuloides, P. oceania, plus a new genus, Diplanaria in 1844. Darwin, C. R. 1844. Brief descriptions of several terrestrial planariƦ, and of some remarkable marine species, with an account of their habits. Annals and Magazine of ...



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