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Proceedings of the United States National Museum Volume 20 (Paperback) Loot Price: R1,155
Discovery Miles 11 550
Proceedings of the United States National Museum Volume 20 (Paperback): United States National Museum

Proceedings of the United States National Museum Volume 20 (Paperback)

United States National Museum

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Loot Price R1,155 Discovery Miles 11 550 | Repayment Terms: R106 pm x 12*

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1898 Excerpt: ...bistrigata. Venis Mecas, Mexico. 5. Cyclocercus accola. Goliad, Texas. ti. Cyclocercus valga. Sierra Nola, Mexico. 7. Sinaloa behrensii. Siualoa, Mexico. 8. Paraidemona punctata. Texas. 9. Paraidemona punctata. Texas. From a type of Pizotcttix iiudus. 10. Paraidemona mimica. Uvalde, Texas. Plate IV. Fig. 1. Aidemona azteca. San Luis Potosi, Mexico. 2. Hypochlora alba. Colorado. 3. Campylacanthu acuiipennin. Dallas, Texas. Fig. 4. Campylacantha oliracea. Texas. 5. Campylacantha similis. Lerdo, Mexico (L. Bruner). 6. Campylacantha vivax. Northern New Mexico. From the type specimen. 7. Eotettix signatus. East Florida (J. McNeill). I"rom the type specimen. 8. Ilesperotettix riridis. Lakin, Kansas. 9. Ilesperotettix meridionalis. Guanajuato, Mexico. (U.S.N.M.) 10. Ilesperotettix festivus. Salt Lake Valley, Utah. Plate V. Fig. 1. Ilesperotettix pacificus. Los Angeles, California (L. Brnner). From a type specimen. 2. Ilesperotettix brevipennis. Wellesley, Massachusetts. 3. Ilesperotettix pratensis. Pallas, Texas. 4. Ilesperotettix speciosus. Nebraska. 5. Aeoloplus tcnuipennis. Fort Grant, Arizona (U.S.N.M.). 6. Aeoloplus elegans. Las Cruces, New Mexico (U.S.N.M.). 7. Aeoloplus regalis. Lakin, Kansas. 8. Aeoloplus cali/ornicus. California (S. Henshaw). 9. Aeoloplus chenopodii. Grand Junction, Colorado. From a typo specimen. 10. Aeoloplus turnbulli. Newcastle, Wyoming (L. Bruner). Plate VI. Fig. 1. Aeoloplusplagosus. Northern New Mexico. From the type specimen. 2. Aeoloplus uniformis. Fort Whipple, Arizona. 3. Aeoloplus arizonensis. Fort Whipple, Arizona. 4. Aeoloplus oculatus. Mohave, New Mexico (L. Brnner). 5. liradynotes hispida. Colville Valley, Washington (L. Brnner). From a type specimen. 6. Bradynotes caurus. Yakima River, Washington (U.S.N.M.). 7. lirad...

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Imprint: Rarebooksclub.com
Country of origin: United States
Release date: March 2012
First published: March 2012
Authors: United States National Museum
Dimensions: 246 x 189 x 22mm (L x W x T)
Format: Paperback - Trade
Pages: 420
ISBN-13: 978-1-130-09602-6
Categories: Books
LSN: 1-130-09602-5
Barcode: 9781130096026

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