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Washington, 1922. 8vo, xii + 685 +  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
Título: Proceedings of the United States National ...
Editorial: Government Printing Office
Año de publicación: 1922
Condición del libro: Very Good
Edición: First Edition.
Descripción Smithsonian Institution, 1968, Proceedings of the United States National Museum, Volume 125 (3660) : pages 1-59 with 30 figures. Softbound, previous owners stamp, very good condition. Original Publication, not a modern reprint. PaleoPublications - Promoting Learning and Knowledge! Items usually ship within 48 hours. Nº de ref. de la librería 129748
Descripción Smithsonian Institution, United States National Museum, Washington, D. C, 1944, Proceedings of the USNM, Volume 59 (3177) : pages 529-582 with 15 plates. Softbound, minor signs of use, very good condition. PaleoPublications - Promoting Learning and Knowledge! Items usually ship within 48 hours. Nº de ref. de la librería 95285
Descripción Government Printing Office, Washington, DC, 1922. Cloth. Estado de conservación: Very Good. No Jacket. First Edition. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall. First edition. 8vo. Cloth. 685 p. Illustrated. Proceedings of the Smithsonian Institution, then known as the United States National Museum. Includes extensive illustrated articles on a variety of flora and fauna from around the globe, including palm nuts from the Miocene of the Canal Zone; tertiary fossil plants of the Dominican Republic and Venezuela; sexual differences in the coloration of the spotted turtle; descriptive catalog of the collection of Buddhist art in the United States National Museum; a new species of ray from the Texas Coast; minnow; Eocene incests of Colorado and Wyoming; fossil fish scales from Peru; Foraminifera of Jamaica; Nearctic spider mites; crystallography and chemical composition of Creedite; fauna of the Arundel formation of Maryland; nematodes; pleistocene vertebrata; deep-sea fishes of Hawaii killed by lave flow from Mauna Loa; dragonfly naiads from Texas; myrmecophilous beetles; mineral composition of the Troup Meteorite; crustacea from Lake Valencia, Venezuela; barnacles of the San Juan Islands, Washington; neotropical sawflies; wasps; North American Clerid beetles; lepidoptera in the United States National Museum; crystollographic study of Datolite from Westfield, Massachusetts; Ferroanthophyllite, an orthorhombic iron amphibile from Idaho; Vivianite encrusting a fossil tusk from gold placers of Clearwater County, Idaho; Ludwigites from Idaho and Korea; wester fluvial fishes described by Charles Girard in 1856; new cretaceous Rudistid from the San Felipe formation of Mexico; mollusks from Cuba; the Troup Texas meteorite; Ichneumon-flies; fossil annelid genus Hamulus Morton; American gallflies; parasitic Cynipidae; parasitic copepods; semiparasitic copepods; predaceous beetles of the tribe Tillini; and more. Only indication of ex-library status is bookplate from the Sturgis Library in Barnstable, Massachusetts. Lettering on spine faded and corners bumped. Very good. Ex-Library. Nº de ref. de la librería LL-b966-10