Nomenclator Zoologicus

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Nomenclator Zoologicus is a catalog of the bibliographic origins of the names of every genus and subgenus in the published literature since the tenth edition of Linnaeus' System Natureae in 1758 (Linnæus, 1758) up to 1994. An estimated 340,000 genera are represented in the text and there are approximately 3000 supplemental corrections. It provides a nucleus of core genera data and is recognized as an essential reference document by the zoological taxonomic community.