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Academy of Natural Sciences
Proceedings of The Academy of Natural Sciences (Part I -- Jan.-Mar., 1895)
Edward J. Noland (ed)
Contents: Some new Bees of the genus Perdita; Notes on some specimens of Pyrenomycetes in the Schweinitz Herbarium; Descriptions of new Mammals from Florida and Southern California; On a new Method of Studying Cell Motion; New Subspecies of the Gray Fox and Say’s Chipmunk; New and otherwise interesting Tertiary Mollusca; The Eocene Tertiary of Texas, east of the Brazos River; An arrangement of the Retinal Cells in the Eyes of Fishes partially stimulating Compound Eyes; The true Nature of the so-called “Nettle-Threads” of Paramoecium; A Study of the Systematic and Geographic Distribution of the Decapod Family Crangonidae Bate; Does the Delaware Water Gap consist of two River Gorges; New species of the Genus Cerion. Illus.
Diatoms of Low-Alkalinity Lakes in the Northeastern United States: Academy of Natural Sciences of Phila., Special Pub 18
Proceedings of The Academy of Natural Sciences (Part III -- Nov. and Dec., 1883)
Proceedings of The Academy of Natural Sciences (Part II -- Apr.-Sept., 1878)
Fishes of West Virginia
Proceedings of The Academy of Natural Sciences (Part II -- June-Oct., 1883)
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