Proceedings of the United States National Museum, Volume 26

Institution, Smithsonian

Published by Government Printing Office, 1903
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Title: Proceedings of the United States National ...

Publisher: Government Printing Office

Publication Date: 1903

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition: Very Good

Edition: First Edition.

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Washington, 1903. 8vo, green cloth, xv + 1058 + 69 pp. An exceptionally well-preserved copy, in very good plus condition with a small amount of foxing to tops of pages and a bookplate to front free endpaper. Includes the following works: A review of the Berycoid fishes of Japan, David Starr Jordan and Henry W. Fowler, p. 1. Japanese stalk-eyed crustaceans, Mary J. Rathbun, p. 23. A review of the Hemibranchiate fishes of Japan, David Starr Jordan and Edwin Chapin Starks, p. 57. Descriptions of new species of Hawiian crabs, Mary J. Rathbun, p. 75. Contribution to a monogrpah of the insects of the orer Thysanoptera inhabiting North America, Warren Elmer Hinds, p. 79. Descriptions of a new genus and forty-six new species of crustaceans of the family Galatheidae, with a list of the known marine species, James E. Benedict, p. 243. Synopsis of the family Veneridae and of the North American recent species, William Healey Dall, p. 335. On the Lower Devonic and Ontaric formations of Maryland, Charles Schuchert, p. 413. Observations on the number of young of the Lasiurine bats, Marcus Ward Lyon, Jr., p. 425. Note on the sea anemone, Sagarit paguri Verril., J. Playfair McMurrich, p. 427. On a small collection of crustaceans from the island of Cuba, William Perry Hay, p. 429. Mammals collected by Dr. W.L. Abbott on the coast and islands of Northwest Sumatra, Gerrit S. Miller, Jr., p. 437. Birds collected by Dr. W.L. Abbott on the coast and islands of Northwest Sumatra, Charles W. Richmond, p. 485. A review of the Synentognathous fishes of Japan, David Starr Jordan and Edwin Chapin Starks, p. 525. Notes on the osteology and relationship of the fossil birds of the genera Hesperornis hargeria Baptornis and Diatryma, Frederic A. Lucas, p. 545. Rediscovery of one of Holbrook's salmanders, Leonhard Stejneger, p. 557. A new Procelsterna from the Leeward Islands, Hawaiian group, Walter K. Fisher, p. 559. The structural features of the Bryozoan genus Homotrypa, with descriptions of species from the Cincinnatian group, Ray S. Bassler, p. 565. A review of the Elasmobranchiate fishes of Japan, David Starr Jordan and Henry W. Fowler, p. 593. The cerebral fissures of the Atlantic walrus, Pierre A. Fish, p. 675. Description of a new species of sculpin from Japan, David Starr Jordan and Edwin Chapin Starks, p. 689. The use of the name Torpedo for the electric catfish, Theodore Gill, p. 697. A review of the Cepolidae or band-fishes of Japan, David Starr Jordan and Henry W. Fowler, p. 699. A genealogic study of dragon-fly wing venation, James G. Needham, p. 703. A review of the Cobitidae, or loaches, of the rivers of Japan, David Starr Jordan and Henry W. Fowler, p. 765. Notes on Orthoptera from Colorado, New Mexico, and Texas, with descriptions of new species, t Andrew Nelson Caudell, p. 775. A review of the Cyprinoid fishes of Japan, David Starr Jordan and Henry W. Fowler, p. 811. The Phasmidae, or walkingsticks, of the United States, Andrew Nelson Caudell, p. 863. Description of an extinct mink from the shell-heaps of the Maine coast, Daniel Webster Prentiss, p. 887. Revision of the crustacea of the genus Lepidopa, James E. Benedict, p. 889. A review of the Siluroid fishes or catfishes of Japan, David Starr Jordan and Henry W. Fowler, p. 897. Notice of a collection of fishes made by H.H. Brimley in Cane River and Bollings Creek, North Carolina, with a description of a new species of Notropis (N. brimleyi), Barton A. Bean, p. 913. On the relations of the fishes of the family Lamprididae or Opahs, Theodore Gill, p. 915. Amphipoda from Costa Rica, Thomas R.R. Stebbing, p. 925. Synopsis of the family Astartidae, with a review of the American species, William Healey Dall, p. 933. An Alaska Corymorpha-like hydroid, Samuel Fessenden Clarke, p. 953. On some neglected genera of fishes, Theodore Gill, p. 959. Notice of a small collection of fishes, including a rare eel, recently received from H. Maxwell Lefroy, Bridgetown, Barbados, West Indies, p. Barton A. Bean, Bookseller Inventory # 14402

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