Proceedings of the United States National Museum, Volume 42

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Published by Government Printing Office, 1912
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Title: Proceedings of the United States National ...

Publisher: Government Printing Office

Publication Date: 1912

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition: Fine

Edition: First Edition.

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Washington, 1912. 8vo, green cloth, xiv + 675 + [76] pp. An exceptionally well preserved copy, in near fine condition with slight bumping to corners and a bookplate to front pastedown. Contains the following articles: Descriptions of new Hymenoptera. No. 4., J.C. Crawford, p. 1. A revision of the forms of the edible-nest swiftlet, Collocalia fuciphaga (Thunberg), Harry C. Oberholser, p. 11. A small collection of bats from Panama, Gerrit S. Miller, Jr., p. 21. Description of a new species of isopod of the genus Cleantis from Japan, Harriet Richardson, p. 27. On an important specimen of Edestus; with description of a new species, Edestus mirus, Oliver Perry Hay, p. 31. Descriptions of new species and genera of Lepidoptera, chiefly from Mexico, Harrison G. Dyar, p. 39. Description of a new species of the isopod genus Cassidinidea from Mexico, Harriet Richardson, p. 107. Censers and incense of Mexico and Central America, Walter Hough, p. 109. Descriptions of five new genera and twenty-six new species of Ichneumon-flies, H.L. Viereck, p. 139. Systematic notes on descriptions of some weevils of economic or biological importance, W. Dwight Pierce, p. 155. Variation in the skull and horns of the Isabella gazelle, Gerrit S. Miller, Jr., p. 171. Description of a new isopod crustacean belonging to the genus Livoneca from the Atlantic Coast of Panama, Harriet Richardson, p. 173. A new Nematode, Ostertagia bullosa, parasitic in the alimentary tract of sheep, Brayton Howard Ransom, p. 175. Instructions for collecting and fixing rotifers in bulk, P. De Beauchamp, p. 181. Marine and terrestrial isopods from Jamaica, Harriet Richardson, p. 187. Naumachocrinus, a new genus belonging to the crinoid family Phrynocrinidae, Austin Hobart Clark, p. 195. New pediculate fishes from the Philippine Islands and contiguous waters, [Scientific results of the Philippine cruise of the Fisheries steamer "Albatross", 1907-10. --No. 16.], Lewis Radcliffe, p. 199. Names applied to bees of the genus osmia, found in North America, T.D.A. Cockerell, p. 215. New Arenaceous foraminifera from the Philippines Islands and continguous waters, [Scientific results of the Philippine cruise of the Fisheries steamer "Albatross", 1907-10. --No. 17.], Joseph A. Cushman, p. 227. The Chimaeroid fishes of the Philippine Islands, with description of a new species, [Scientific results of the Philippine cruise of the Fisheries steamer "Albatross", 1907-10. --No. 18.], Hugh M. Smith, p. 231. Descriptions of new parasitic copepods in the collections of the United States National Museum, Charles Branch Wilson, p. 233. Notes on fresh-water copepoda in the United States National Museum, C. Dwight Marsh, p. 245. Descriptions of certain species of wasps of the family Sphecidae, Henry T. Fernald, p. 257. Additions to the West American Pyramidellid mollusk fauna, with descriptions of new species, Paul Bartsch, p. 261. Diagnoses of new barnacles from the Philippine Archipelago and China Sea, [Scientific results of the Philippine cruise of the Fisheries steamer "Albatross", 1907-10. --No. 19.], Henry A. Pilsbry, p. 291. A second meteoric find from Scott County, Kansas, George P. Merrill, p. 295. A zoogeographic study based on the Pyramidellid mollusks of the West Coast of America, Paul Bartsch, p. 297. New Cyclogasterid fishes from Japan, C.H. Gilbert and C.V. Burke, p. 351. Some new mollusca from the Silurian formations of Washington County, Maine, Henry Shaler Williams, p. 381. Japanese shore fishes collected by the United States Bureau of Fisheries steamer "Albatross" expedition of 1906, John Otterbein Snyder, p. 399. Notes on African Orthoptera of the families Mantidae and Phasmidae in the United States National Museum, with descriptions of new species, James A.G. Rehn, p. 451. Description of a new genus terrestrial isopod belonging to the genus Cubaris from Panama, Harriet Richardson, p. 477. A new Discodrilid worm from Colorado, Max M. Ellis, p. 481. The fishes of Okinawa, one of the Riu. Bookseller Inventory # 14400

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