Rafinesque, in 1830, described some three or four species within the bounds of what is now known as Vitis rotundifolia.
This species was first described by Rafinesque in 1820 from streams in Kentucky.
Contains numerous contributions by Rafinesque and other celebrated early American Scientists.
It was first described by Rafinesque, in 1819, from the Ohio River.
Rafinesque in 1817 proposed the first generic names for the geomyids when he described Geomys and Diplostoma.
The channel-cat was first described by Rafinesque, in 1820, from the Ohio River.
The rock-bass was first described by the French naturalist, Rafinesque, in 1817, while travelling in America.
In this word and in elowapi, Rafinesque mistook the meaning of the prefix.
In accordance with the laws of priority, Rafinesque's name, Hicoria, takes precedence over Carya.
Amia was altered to Amiatus by Rafinesque in 1815 because it was too short a name.