Title: Proceedings of the United States National ...
Publisher: Government Printing Office
Publication Date: 1910
Book Condition: Very Good
Edition: First Edition.
Washington, 1910. 8vo, green cloth, xii + 697 +  pp. An exceptionally well preserved copy, in excellent condition with some normal wear to boards and a bookplate on front pastedown. Fine contents. Includes the following works: The mouse deer of the Rhio-Linga Archipelago: a study of specific differentiation under uniform environment, Gerrit S. Miller, Jr., p. 1. Carboniferous air-breathing vertebrates of the United States National Museum, Roy L. Moodie, p. 11. Five new species of recent unstalked crinoids, Austin Hobart Clark, p. 29. A new Rhynchocephalian reptile from the Jurassic of Wyoming, with notes on the fauna of "Quarry 9", Charles W. Gilmore, p. 35. On the nature of Edestus and related genera, with descriptions of one new genus and three new species, Oliver P. Hay, p. 43. Report on barnacles of Peru, collected by Dr. R. E. Coker and others, Henry A. Pilsbry, p. 63. Isopods collected in the Northwest Pacific by the U. S. Bureau of Fisheries steamer "Albatross" in 1906, Harriet Richardson, p. 75. Fresh-water sponges collected in the Philippines by the Albatross expedition, Nelson Annandale, p. 131. The Polychaetous annelids dredged in 1908 by Mr. Owen Bryant off the coasts of Labrador, Newfoundland, and Nova Scotia, J. Percy Moore, p. 133. Report on a collection of shells from Peru, with a summary of the littoral marine mollusca of the Peruvian zoological province, William Healey Dall, p. 147. Four new land shells from the Philippine Islands, Paul Bartsch, p. 295. Coelenterates from Laborador and Newfoundland, collected by Mr. Owen Bryant from July to October, 1908, Henry B. Bigelow, p. 301. Three new land shells from Mexico and Guatemala, Paul Bartsch, p. 321. Studies of North American weevils, W. Dwight Pierce, p. 325. Notes on the Philippine pond snails of the genus Vivipara, with descriptions of new species, Paul Bartsch, p. 365. The North American dragonflies (Odonata) of the genus Macromia, Edward Bruce Williamson, p. 369. A new species of Cerithiopsis from Alaska, Paul Bartsch, p. 399. Fresh-water sponges in the collection of the United States National Museum. - Part 2. Specimens from North and South America, Nelson Annandale, p. 401. Diagnoses of new cephalopods from the Hawaiian Islands, S. Stillman Berry, p. 407. A review of the Serranidae or sea bass of Japan, David Starr Jordan and Robert Earl Richardson, p. 421. On olivine-diabase from Davidson County, North Carolina, Joseph E. Pogue, p. 475. The snapping shrimps (Alpheidae) of the Dry Tortugas, Florida, Henri Coutiere, p. 485. Description of a new terrestrial isopod from Guatemala, Harriet Richardson, p. 495. The type-species of the North American genera of Diptera, D. W. Coquillett, p. 499. Description of a new isopod of the genus Notasellus from the East Coast of Patagonia, Harriet RIchardson, p. 649. The Paradise Flycatchers of Japan and Korea, Pierre Louis Jouy, p. 651. Some new Hymenopterous insects from the Philippine Islands, S. A. Rohwer, p. 657. Notes on Anteliochimaera and related genera of Chimaeroid fishes, Barton A. Bean and Alfred C. Weed, p. 661. A new Ophiuran from the West Indies, Hubert Lyman Clark, p. 665. Index. p. 667-697. Bookseller Inventory # 14396
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