Proceedings of the United States National Museum, Volume 33

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Published by Government Printing Office, 1908
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Title: Proceedings of the United States National ...

Publisher: Government Printing Office

Publication Date: 1908

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition: Very Good

Edition: First Edition.

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Washington, 1908. 8vo, cloth, xv + 750 + [55] pp. An exceptionally well preserved complete copy in excellent condition with light bumping to corners and a bookplate on the front pastedown. Contains the following works: An annotated list of Characin fishes in the United States National Museum and the Museum of Indiana University, with descriptions of new species, Carl H. Eigenmann and Fletcher Ogle. Descriptions of new species of Upper Paleozoic fossils from China, George H. Girty, p. 37. The Holothurians of the North Pacific Coast of North America collected by the Albatross in 1903, Charles Lincoln Edwards, p. 49. Descriptions of new species of recent unstalked crinoids from the North Pacific Ocean, Austin Hobart Clark, p. 69. Notes on parasites of Bermuda fishes, Edwin Linton, p. 85. Descriptions of new species of recent unstalked crinoids from the coasts of Northeastern Asia, Austin Hobart Clark, p. 127. A review of the Cirrhitoid fishes of Japan, David Starr Jordan and Albert Christian Herre, p. 157. On some earwigs (Forficulidae) collected in Guatemala by Messrs. Schwarz and Barber, Andrew Nelson Caudell, p. 169. New marine mollusks from the West Coast of America, Paul Bartsch, p. 177. Supplementary notes on Martyn's Universal Conchologist, William Healey Dall, p. 185. Basketry bolo case from Basilan Island, Otis T. Mason, p. 193. Description of new North American Tineid moths, with a generic table of the family Blastobasidae, Lord Walsingham, p. 197. On a collection of fishes from the Philippine Islands, made by Maj. Edgar A. Mearns, Surgeon, U.S. Army, with descriptions of seven new species, Alvin Searle and Barton A. Bean, p. 229. The West American mollusks of the genus Triphoris, Paul Bartsch, p. 249. On a collection of fishes from Echigo, Japan, David Starr Jordan and Robert Earl Richardson, p. 263. The dragonflies (Odonata) of Burman and Lower Siam --Part 2. Subfamilies Cordulegasterinae, Chlorogomphinae, and Gomphinae, Edward Bruce Williamson, p. 267. Description of new species of killifish, Lucania browni, from a hot spring in lower California, David Starr Jordan and Robert Earl Richardson, p. 319. North American parasitic copepods belonging to the family Caligidae. Parts 3 and 4. --A revision of the Pandarinae and the Cecropinae, Charles Branch Wilson, p. 323. The Pyramidellid mollusks of the Oregonian faunal area, William Healey Dall and Paul Bartsch, p. 491. List of fishes collected in the river at Buytenzorg, Java, by Dr. Douglas Houghton Campbell, David Starr Jordan and Alvin Searle, p. 535. Mammals collected in Western Borneo by Dr. W.L. Abbott, Marcus Ward Lyon, Jr., p. 547. Two new species of toads from the Philippines, Leonhard Stejneger, p. 573. The Pulque of Mexico, Walter Hough, p. 577. North American parasitic copepods: new genera and species of Caliginae, Charles Branch Wilson, p. 593. A review of the flat-heads, gurnards, and other mail-cheeked fishes of the waters of Japan, David Starr Jordan and Robert Earl Richardson, p. 629. Infrabasals in recent genera of the crinoid family Pentacrinitidae, Austin Hobart Clark, p. 671. New species of flying lizard from the Philippine Islands, Leonhard Stejneger, p. 677. A new fresh-water bivalve (Corneocyclas) from the mountains of Ecuador, Paul Bartsch, p. 681. The crinoid genus Comatula Lamark; with a note on the Encrinus parrae of Guerin, Austin Hobart Clark, p. 683. On some isopods of the family Dajidae from the Northwest Pacific Ocean, with descriptions of a new genus and two new species, Harriet RIchardson, p. 689. Notes on the fresh-water mollusk Planorbis magnificus and descriptions of two new forms of the same genus from the southern states, Paul Bartsch, p. 697. On Ctenolucius Gill, with a neglected genus of Characin fishes, with notes on the typical species, Barton A. Bean, p. 701. Fresh-water crustacea from Laborador and Newfoundland, Joseph A. Cushman, p. 705. On a collection of Thysanopterous insects from Barbados and St. Vincent Islands, Henry Jam. Bookseller Inventory # 14386

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