Proceedings of the United States National Museum, Volume 38

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Published by Government Printing Office, 1911
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Title: Proceedings of the United States National ...

Publisher: Government Printing Office

Publication Date: 1911

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition: Fine

Edition: First Edition.

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Washington, 1911. 8vo, cloth, xv + 677 + [66] pp. An exceptionally well preserved copy, in near fine condition with a bookplate on front pastedown and minimal normal wear. Contains the following works: The Gustavus Vasa Fox collection of Russian souvenirs in the United States National Museum, Immanuel M. Casaowicz, p. 1. On sand-barites from Kharga, Egypt, Joseph E. Pogue, p. 17. The birds collected and observed during the cruise of the United States Fisheries steamer "Albatross" in the North Pacific Ocean, and in the Bering, Okhotsk, Japan, and Eastern Seas, from April to December, 1906, Austin Hobart Clark, p. 25. Description of a new species of deep-water sculpin (Triglospsis ontariensis) from Lake Ontario, with notes on related species, David Starr Jordan and William Francis Thompson, p. 75. Report on isopods from Peru, collected by Dr. R.E. Coker, Harriet Richardson, p. 79. Three new genera and species of parasitic Hymenoptera, J.C. Crawford, p. 87. The batrachians and reptiles of Formosa, Leonhard Stejneger, p. 91. The phyogenetic interrelationships of the recent crinoids, Austin H. Clark, p. 115. New Hymenoptera from the Philippine Islands, J.C. Crawford, p. 119. Notes on a collection of fishes from Cameron, Louisiana, Frank Walter Weymouth, p. 135. Report on a collection of birds made by Pierre Louis Jouy in Korea, Austin H. Clark, p. 147. On some land shells collected by Dr. Hiram Bingham in Peru, William Healey Dall, p. 177. A revision of the fossil plants of the genus Nageiopsis of Fontaine, Edward W. Berry, p. 185. On a collection of Tenthredinoidea from Eastern Canada, S.A. Rohwer, p. 197. On the origin of certain types of crinoid stems, Austin Hobart Clark, p. 211. Summary of the shells of the genus Conus from the Pacific Coast of America in the U.S. National Museum, William Healey Dall, p. 217. Descriptions of some new species and genera of Lepidoptera from Mexico, Harrison G. Dyar, p. 229. A new Australian crinoid, Austin H. Clark, p. 275. A review of the flounders belonging to the genus Pleuronichthys, Edwin Chapin Starks and William Francis Thompson, p. 277. The North American bees of the genus Nomia, T.D.A. Cockerell, p. 289. A new fresh-water amphipod from Virginia, with some notes on its biology, George C. Embody, p. 299. Descriptions of eight new species of fossil turtles from West of the One Hundredth Meridian, Oliver P. Hay, p. 307. A comparison of the Chub-mackerels of the Atlantic and Pacific Oceans, Barton Warren Evermann and William Converse Kendall, p. 327. A new European crinoid, Austin Hobart Clark, p. 329. On some Ostracoda, mostly new, in the collection of the United States National Museum, Richard W. Sharpe, p. 335. Descriptions of some new species of monkeys of the genera Pithecus and Pygathrix collected by Dr. W.L. Abbott and presented to the United States National Museum, D.G. Elliot, p. 343. Note on the gold-eye Amphiodon alosoides rafineque, or Elattonistius chrysopsis (Richardson), David Starr Jordan and William Francis Thompson, p. 353. Studies on the North American Geometrid moths of the genus Pero, John A. Grossbeck, p. 359. Descriptions of new species of Ichneumon flies, H.L. Viereck, p. 379. Proisocrinus, a new genus of recent crinoids, Austin Hobart Clark, p. 387. Descriptions of two new genera and sixteen new species of mammals from the Philippine Islands, Gerrit S. Miller, Jr., p. 391. Notes on the marine Copepoda and Cladocera of Woods Hole and adjacent regions, including a synopsis of the genera of the Harpacticoida, Richard W. Sharpe, p. 405. New Arenaceous foraminifera from the Philippines, Joseph Augustine Cushman, p. 437. The Dermaptera (earwigs) of the United States National Museum, Malcolm Burr, p. 445. On a new Labradorean species of Onchidiopsis, a genus of mollusks new to eastern North America; with remarks on its relationships, Francis N. Balch, p. 469. Leidyosuchus sternbergii, a new species of crocodile from the Ceratops beds of Wyoming, Charles W. Gilmore, p. 485. Bookseller Inventory # 14397

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