Fix a number $n$, and define $\gamma(n)$ to be the number of simplicial complexes on $n$ unlabeled vertices up to homotopy equivalence. It is unlikely that an explicit formula exists, but what is known about the growth of $\gamma(n)$ as $n$ increases?

This seems to be a fairly basic generalization of "how many non-isomorphic graphs on $n$ unlabeled vertices?" but while this problem even has an OEIS entry, I can't find any decent references or calculations for $\gamma$.

**Note**: I do not mean to ask about the Dedekind number which simply counts all possible simplicial complexes on $n$ vertices without regard to homotopy equivalence.

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