John Fleming (1785–1857), Scottish zoologist, malacologist and cnidariologist.
IPNI standard form: Fleming bis
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- Fleming, J. 1821. Insecta. Supplement to the Fourth, Fifth and Sixth Editions of the Encyclopaedia Britannica Volume Fifth [Part 1]. 584 pp. A. Constable and Company, Edinburgh, 41–56, pl. 85. Archive Reference page.
- Fleming, J. 1822. The philosophy of zoology; or a general view of the structure, functions, and classification of animals. In two volumes. With engravings. Edinburgh. 1: i-liii, 1-432, Pl. I-V. BHL Reference page.
- Fleming, J. 1822. The philosophy of zoology; or a general view of the structure, functions, and classification of animals. In two volumes. With engravings. Edinburgh. 2: 1-618. BHL Reference page.
- Fleming, J. 1828. A history of British animals, exhibiting the descriptive characters and systematical arrangement of the genera and species of quadrupeds, birds, reptiles, fishes, Mollusca, and Radiata of the United Kingdom; including the indigenous, extirpated, and extinct kinds, together with periodical and occasional visitants. Bell & Bradfute: Edinburgh/James Duncan: London. xxiii + 565 pp. BHL Reference page.
- Fleming, J. 1831. On the occurrence of scales of vertebrated animals in the Old Red Sandstone of Fifeshire. Edinburgh Journal of Natural and Geological Science 2: 81–86. Reference page.