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Washington, 1925. 8vo, wraps, xii +  pp. A very good plus complete copy, well preserved in original wraps, with a small ink number written on spine and a bookplate on the interior of front cover. Illustrated with plates. Includes the following works: Studies on the larvae of North American beetles of the subfamily Tenebrioninae with a description of the larva and pupa of Merinus laevis (Oliver) : R.A. St. George, No. 2514. Miocene and Pleistocene Cirripedia from Haiti : Henry A. Pilsbry, No. 2515. A Tertiary crinoid from the West Indies ; Frank Springer, No. 2516. Some new parasitic Hymenoptera with notes on several described forms : A.B. Gahan, No. 2517. A new Nautiloid cephalopod, Eutrephoceras sloani, from the Eocene of South Carolina : John B. Reeside, Jr., No. 2518. Description of a recently discovered fossil sculpin from Nevada regarded as Cottus beldingi : David Starr Jordan, No. 2519. New speices of moths in the United States National Museum : William Schaus, No. 2520. Notes on the osteology and dentition of the genera Desmostylus and Cornwallius : Oliver P. Hay, No. 2521. Revision of the West Indian Coleoptera of the family Buprestidae : Warren S. Fisher, No. 2522. Studies on larvae of crabs of the family Grapsidae : O.W. Hyman, No. 2523. Amastridium, a negleted genus of snakes : E.R. Dunn, No. 2524. Keys to flies of the families Lonchaeidae, Pallopteridae, and Sapromyzidae of the Eastern United States, with a list of the species of the District Columbia region : J.R. Malloch and W.L. McAtee, No. 2525. Nematode parasites of the Brazilian land-tortoise, Testudo denticulata. Results of the Mulford Biological Exploration. --Helminthology : Edward A. Chapin, No. 2526. A remarkable new genus and species of Mermithid worms from Jamaica : G. Steiner, No. 2527. The magic, psychic, ancient Egyptian, Greek and Roman medical collections of the Division of Medicine in the United States National Museum : Charles Whitebread, No. 2528. Synopsis of the North American flies of the genus Scellus : Charles T. Greene, No. 2529. Studies on the morphology, taxonomy, and ecology of the larvae of Holarctic Tiger beetles (Family Cicindelidae) : Clyde C. Hamilton, No. 2530. Notes on Entomostraca from Colorado. The Shantz collections from the Pikes Peak region : G.S. Dodds, No. 2531. New North American species of bees belonging to the genus Halictus (Chloralictus) : Grace Adelbert Sandhouse, No. 2532. Hookworms of the genus Uncinaria of the dog, fox, and badger : B.H. Ransom, No. 2533. A new genus and species of two-winged flies of the family Chloropidae injuring Manihot in Brazil : J.M. Aldrich, No. 2534. The fossils of the Lower San Pedro fauna of the Nob Hill cut, San Pedro, California : T.S. Oldroyd, No. 2535. A new marine annelid from Chile : A.L. Treadwell, No. 2536. Benjamite, a new sulphosalt mineral of the Klaprotholite group : Earl V. Shannon, No. 2537. N° de ref. de la librería
Título: Proceedings of the United States National ...
Editorial: Government Printing Office
Año de publicación: 1925
Condición del libro: Very Good
Edición: First Edition.
Descripción Washington: Government Printing Office, Washington D.C., 1924. Soft Cover. Estado de conservación: Near Fine. First Edition. 1-22 pp, with 4 b&w plates. In protective celophane envelope. Only the slightest age-tanning to report cover. Clean, tight and strong binding with no underlining, highlighting or marginalia. Article disbound from larger volume. In report covers. Size: 8vo. Nº de ref. de la librería 002810