Proceedings of the United States National Museum, Volume 59

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Washington, 1922. 8vo, xii + 685 + [125] pp., green cloth. An exceptionally well preserved complete copy, in excellent condition with fine contents, a small bookplate to front pastedown and some bumping to corners. Contains the following works: New species and a new genus of parasitic copepods : Charles Branch Wilson, p. 1. Some fossil fish scales from Peru : T.D.A. Cockerell, p. 19. Notes on some western fluval fishes described by Charles Girard in 1856 : John Otterbein Snyder, p. 23. Some Eocene insects from Colorado and Wyoming : T.D.A. Cockerell, p. 29. The fossil annelid genus Hamulus Morton, an operculate Serpula : Bruce Wade, p. 41. Foraminifera from the North Coast of Jamaica : Joseph A. Cushman, p. 47. Notes on sawflies, with descriptions of new genera and species : S.A. Rohwer, p. 83. Barnacles of the San Juan Islands, Washington : Henry A. Pilsbry, p. 111. Tertiary fossil plants from the Dominican Republic : Edward W. Berry, p. 117. First supplement to "Type-species of the genera of Ichneumon-flies" : Henry L. Viereck, p. 129. New species of North American Clerid beetles of the genus Aulicus : Charles Schaeffer, p. 151. Notes and descriptions of neotropical sawflies of the subfamily Perreyiinae : S.A. Rohwer, p. 161. Tertiary fossil plants from Costa Rica ; Edward W. Berry, p. 169. American gallflies of the family Cynipidae producing subterranean galls on oak : Lewis H. Weld, p. 187. New mollusks from Camaguey and Santa Clara Provinces, Cuba : Carlos de la Torre and John B. Henderson, p. 247. North American predaceous beetles of the tribe Tillini in the United States National Museum : A.B. Wolcott, p. 269. Descriptive catalogue of the collection of Buddhist art in the United States National Museum : I.M. Casanowicz, p. 291. New species of Lepidoptera in the United States National Museum : William Schaus, p. 349. Description of Ferroanthophyllite, an orthorhombic iron amphibole from Idaho, with a note on the nomenclature of the Anthophyllite group : Earl V. Shannon, p. 397. Some notes on wasps of the subfamily Nyssoninae, with descriptions of new species : S.A. Rohwer, p. 403. Description of Vivianite, encrusting a fossil tusk from gold placers of Clearwater County, Idaho ; Earl V. Shannon, p. 415. The crystallography and chemical compositioin of Creedite : William F. Foshag, p. 419. The North American semiparasitic copepods of the genus Clausidium : Charles Branch Wilson, p. 425. Notes on certain genera of parasitic Cynipidae proposed by Ashmead with descriptions of genotypes : Lewis H. Weld, p. 433. A new Cretaceous Rudistid from the San Felipe Formation of Mexico : Timothy W. Stanton, p. 453. Some Eocene insects of the family Fulgoridae : T.D.A. Cockerell and Grace Sandhouse, p. 455. Crustacea from Venezuela : A.S. Pearse, p. 459. (Front page stuck to previous plate). Sexual differences in coloration in the spotted turtle, Clemmys guttata : S.F. Blake, p. 463. The Troup, Texas, meteorite : J.A. Udden, p. 471. On the mineral composition and structure of the Troup meteorite : George P. Merrill, p. 477. A crystallographic study of the Datolite from Westfield, Massachusetts : Earl V. Shannon, p. 479. Two new genera of nematodes, with a note on neglected nematod structure : Maurice C. Hall, p. 541. Three new Myrmecophilous beetles : William M. Mann, p. 547. Tertiary fossil plants from Venezuela : Edward W. Berry, p. 553. The fauna of the Arundel Formation of Maryland : Charles W. Gilmore, p. 581. Some interesting dragon-fly Naiads from Texas : Clarence Hamilton Kennedy, p. 595. Descriptions of species of Pleistocene vertebrata, types or species of most of which are preserved in the United States National Museum : Oliver P. Hay, p. 599. Description of deep-sea fishes from the coast of Hawaii, killed by a lava flow from Mauna Loa : David Starr Jordan, p. 643. A new species of ray from the Texas coast, and report of the occurrence of a top minnow new to the fauna of eastern Texas : Asa C. Chandler, p. 657. New Nearctic sp. N° de ref. de la librería

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Título: Proceedings of the United States National ...
Editorial: Government Printing Office
Año de publicación: 1922
Encuadernación: Hardcover
Condición del libro: Very Good
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