Andrew Garrett (explorer)
Garret specialised in malacology and ichthyology. He spent much of his life in the South Seas. Between 1861 and 1885 he was employed as a collector by the Museum Godeffroy in Hamburg. He also undertook illustrations for the works of another American malacologist William Harper Pease.
- (1872) "Descriptions of new species of land and fresh-water shells". American Journal of Conchology 7(4): 219-30.
- (1873-1910). Fische der Sundsee L. Friederichsen & Co., Hamburg. Fische der Südsee: 1-515, Pls. 1-180.
This work was first published in parts by the Museum Godeffroy (Fische der Südsee, beschrieben und redigirt von Albert C. L. G. Günther A. C. L. G. Günther. Hefts I-IX in Bands I-III. As: J. Mus. Godeffroy Hefts III, VI, IX, XI, XIII, XV, XVI and XVII in Bands II, IV, VI.)
- (1884) "The terrestrial Mollusca inhabiting the Society Islands". Journal of the Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia. 2nd series. 9: 17-114, pls. 2, 3.
- 1887. The terrestrial Mollusca inhabiting the Samoa or Navigator Islands. Proceedings of the Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia 1887: 124-53.
- Thomas, W. S. 1979. A biography of Andrew Garrett, early naturalist in Polynesia: part 1. The Nautilus, 93(1): 15-28.
- Clench, W. J. 1979. A biography of Andrew Garrett, early naturalist in Polynesia: part 2. Catalogue of molluscan species and bibliography. The Nautilus, 93(2-3): 96-102.
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