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My Bird Parishioners. St. Paul's Parish, Paris Hill N.Y.
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My Bird Parishioners. St. Paul's Parish, Paris Hill N.Y.

By Wicks, J. B. (John Bartlett)

L.C. Childs & Sons. Very Good. 1896. First Edition. Hardcover. Signed by Author . Signed by author. Black cloth with floral end papers. 122, [2] pages. Index. Frontispiece. Inscription and date of 1896, by the author with second Christmas gift inscription dated 1926. Front hinge starting to separate. Spotting on front and back cover. An intimate account of a lifelong friendship with the bird 'Parishioners' of St. Paul's Parish by the Pastor of the church. Contents: The coming of the birds; The Paris Berkshire; Swamp Life; Woodpeckers; Hawks; Bobolink; The Swallo; Wood Notes; Robins and Blackbirds; Orioles; The Humming Bird; The Owl; The Crow; The English Sparrow; The Partridge; The Wren and Purple Crowned Sparrow; The Kildeer, Piper, Woodcock and Snipe; The Wild Pigeon and Cuckoo; The Flycatcher; Migration and Song. ; 24mo 5" - 6" tall .

$30.00

Problemas de Hidrobiologia y su vinculacion con la explotacion pesquara.  Miscelanea No. 2
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Problemas de Hidrobiologia y su vinculacion con la explotacion pesquara. Miscelanea No. 2

By Popovici, Zaharia

Buenos Aires: Coni. Good. 1949. Softcover. Original paper wraps. Worn edges. X, 50 [4] pages. Spanish language. Problems of hydrobiology and its link with fishery exploitation. Prologue by Agustin Eduardo Riggi. The studies of hydrobiology in Argentina. Ex-Academic Library. ; 8vo .

$16.00

Tintinnoinea De Atlantida (R.O.. Del Uruguay), (Protozoa Ciliata Oligotr).
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Tintinnoinea De Atlantida (R.O.. Del Uruguay), (Protozoa Ciliata Oligotr).

By Balech, Enrique

Buenos Aires: Coni. Good. 1948. Softcover. Series No. 7. Monograph. Original blue paper wraps, faded with heavy edge wear including chips and short tears. Comunicaciones del Museo Argentino de Ciencias Naturales "Bernardino Rivadavia". Serie Ciencias zoolo´gicas. xiv, 23 pages and 8 full page plates. Stamped on cover. Professor Balech was an Argentinian microbiologist. His most important contributions to his field were on thecate dinoflagellate taxonomy. increased the number of known dinoflagellate species of the Gulf of Mexico from 76 to 262 and reported on their distribution. He developed great knowledge and understanding of dinoflagellate morphology by examining samples from very diverse origins, from cold waters like Antarctica, temperate waters like the SW Atlantic, California current or France to tropical waters like the Caribbean Sea and the Gulf of Mexico. ; 8vo .

$16.00

The Seas and Oceans in Color
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The Seas and Oceans in Color

By Hickling, C. F. and Peter Lancaster Brown

[New York]: Macmillan Publishers Ltd.. Fine in Fine dust jacket. 1974. First American Edition. Hardcover. First American Edition in VG/F condition Dust Jacket is in clear removable protective cover. Previous owner's name written in ink on the Text block. " It deals with both the anatomy and physiology of the seas and oceans - the properties and composition of sea water, ocean currents and circulation, and the fauna of the ocean deep, abyssal plain and continental shelf - and with the technology of ocean exploration and exploitation, from herring fishing to underwater oil extraction. Illustrated with colour photographs, diagrams and drawings."; 8vo ; 249 pp pages .

$18.00

Driftwood Valley
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Driftwood Valley

By Stanwell-Fletcher, Theodora C.

Boston: Little Brown and Company. Good. 1946. First Edition. Hardcover. Cloth. First edition, stated. 384 pages. Sketches by John F. Stanwell-Fletcher. The author's diary of two years in Driftwood Valley, British Columbia, collecting flora and fauna for the British Columbia Provincial Museum at Victoria. Beautifully illustrated. Heavily worn edges and cover, somewhat shaken. ; 8vo .

$18.00

Trees of the West
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Trees of the West

By Crittenden, Mabel

Celestial Arts. Very Good. 1977. First Editions. Softcover. 0890871310 . First printing. 212 pages. Illustrated. Clean, tight copy with reading crease. Written in a clear manner, the author provides a Key for easy identification. A useful field pointing out the distinguishing characteristics, unusual facts, usefulness, edibleness, and beauty of each tree. A final chapter explains nursery techniques which can be used for a higher and faster rate of germination. ; 8.4 X 5.5 X 0.6 inches; 212 pages .

$15.00

Paradies Und Paradox
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Paradies Und Paradox

By Albus, Anita

Frankfurt am Main. Near Fine in Good dust jacket. 2002. Hardcover. German Language. 332 pp. Profusely illustrated in color and black and white. Gray cloth with red ribbon marker; fade along the edges; title plate scratched. Original card cover worn along the edges and scuffed. ; 8vo .

$52.00

Biogeography ;  An Ecological Perspective  An Ecological Perspective
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Biogeography ; An Ecological Perspective An Ecological Perspective

By Dansereau, Pierre

[New York]: Ronald Press,U.S.. Fine in Fine dust jacket. 1957. First Edition. Hardcover. 0826023304 . First Edition. Hardcover; black cloth boards in the original dust jacket. Fine condition without markings. In Fine dust jacket with Clear protective cover. ; 394 pp pages .

$28.00

Annelids
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Annelids

By Dales, R. Phillips

Hutchinson. Fine in Fine dust jacket. 1963. First Edition; First Printing. Hardcover. 0090688120 . First Edition. A first Printing, Hardcover; black cloth boards in the original dust jacket. Fine condition. In Fine dust jacket in Clear protective cover. ; Univ. Lib.; 200 pp pages .

$15.00

Eldorado; or, Adventures in the Path of Empire, Comprising a Voyage to  California, via Panama, Life in San Francisco & Monterey, Pictures of the  Gold Region, & Experiences of Mexican Travel
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Eldorado; or, Adventures in the Path of Empire, Comprising a Voyage to California, via Panama, Life in San Francisco & Monterey, Pictures of the Gold Region, & Experiences of Mexican Travel

By Taylor, Bayard

Very Good with no dust jacket. 1949. First Edition. Hardcover. First Edition, Hardcover in black cloth boards " Essential reading for anyone who loves animals and knows how much they can teach us about being human.” ; 8vo ; 375 pp pages .

$15.00

The Mentor : American Naturalists. Vol. 7, No. 9. June 15, 1919
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The Mentor : American Naturalists. Vol. 7, No. 9. June 15, 1919

By Ingersoll, Ernest

New York: The Mentor Association. Very Good. 1919. Softcover. 12 pp. Illustrated with 6 sepia colored portraits of Naturalists; Audubon; Acassiz; Thoreau; Muir; Burroughs; Seton. Trimmed top with off center cover graphic; corner creases and tone throughout text. The Mentor was a periodical published once a month “established for the development of popular interest in art, literature, music, science, history, nature and travel.”; 8vo .

$10.00

The Heart of Burroughs's Journals
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The Heart of Burroughs's Journals

By Barrus, Clara

Boston & New York: Houghton Mifflin Company. Very Good in Very Good dust jacket. 1928. First Edition. Hardcover. A handsome copy in the original dust jacket. Dark navy cloth with gold lettering on the cover and spine. xvii, 361 pp. Sepia portrait of Burroughs frontispiece with off setting on the tissue guard. Minor edge wear on extremities. The dust jacket has 2 chips and wear on the spine head and 2 corner tips as well as some light fading but is overall quite nice. Bookseller label inside cover: Charles E. Lauriat Co., Boston. ; 8vo ; 361 pages .

$40.00

The Illustrated Origin of Species, Abridged Edition
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The Illustrated Origin of Species, Abridged Edition

By Darwin, Charles & Richard E. Leakey

Hill & Wang. Fine in Very Good dust jacket. 1979. Hardcover. 0809057352 . Hardcover in orange boards in Fine unmarked condition in VG Price Clipped jacket " Presents Darwin's fundamental thoughts on evolution and his refutations of the arguments against them and incorporates illustrations relating Darwin's hypothesis to recent findings. " ; 9.69 X 8.03 X 0.94 inches; 240 pp pages .

$10.00

Prehistoric Mesoamerica
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Prehistoric Mesoamerica

Univ of Oklahoma Pr (Trd). Good with no dust jacket. 1991. Third Printing. Hardcover. 0316008907 . Hardcover in orange boards Good unmarked " In this revised edition of Prehistoric Mesoamerica, Richard E. W. Adams updates his widely adopted text with material from recent archaeological fieldwork to present a balanced summary and overview of the region that is today Mexico, Guatemala, Belize, and Honduras. Following an introduction to Mesoamerican studies, a brief geographic sketch of the region, and a summary of the major features of its civilizations, Adams examines in detail each period of cultural history: the first immigrants; the Olmec and their contemporaries; Maya beginnings and classic civilization; the great cities of Teotihuacan and Monte Alban; the rise and fall of the Toltec; and the civilizations of the Tarascans, Zapotecs, Mixtecs, Totonacs, and Aztecs. " ; 9.20 X 7.40 X 1 inches .

$8.00

Microcosmos ;  The Invisible World of Insects  The Invisible World of  Insects
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Microcosmos ; The Invisible World of Insects The Invisible World of Insects

By Nuridsany, Claude & Marie Perennon & Marie Perennou

Stewart Tabori & Chang. Very Good in Very Good dust jacket. 1997. Hardcover. 1556705557 . Hardcover in yellow boards Very Good unmarked in Very Good jacket. " A companion volume to the award-winning, feature-length film Microcosmos , with some 90 color photos and cinematic sequences, as well as chapters on the insect life cycle, insect inventions, insects and flowers, and insect appearances. Also contains a chapter on the making of the film. No index. Oversize, 10x11.5". " ; 11.10 X 10 X 0.90 inches; 159 pp pages .

$10.00

Principles of Embryology
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Principles of Embryology

By Waddington, C. H.

London: George Allen and Unwin Ltd.. Good in Fair dust jacket. 1957. Hardcover. Distributed by Macmillian. Second impression. x, 510 pp., with 186 figures. Index. Back hinge seperating, scattered red ink notations, underlines etc., scattered light foxing and edge tone. Dust jacket is worn and chipped, now in a removable archival clear cover. Publication of 43 editions from 1956-2017 it was "First published in 1956, this book was considered the first comprehensive and unitary work on the subject since 1934. It provides an analysis of the relations between genetics and epigenetics, between genes and their effects. The book will be of interest to ebryologists, but also to more general biologists." Publisher. ; 8vo .

$28.00

The Flower Book, Being a Procession of Flowers Passing from a Meadow &  Coppice Through the Hedge to the Garden Pool and Herb Patch
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The Flower Book, Being a Procession of Flowers Passing from a Meadow & Coppice Through the Hedge to the Garden Pool and Herb Patch

By Armfield, Constance and Maxwell Armfield

London: Chatto & Windus. Very Good. 1910. First Edition. Hardcover. Floral paper on board with grey linen coth spine and gilt title. TEG. 152, [1] pp. Handcut pages. Decorative endpapers. Illustrations and decorative title page by Maxwell Armfield (Arts and Craft movement). Overall a handsome copy with 20 exquisite watercolor plates. Bumped corners and light discolorated along the edgs. The text block has a few very light finger smudges on the margin only, a shallow dent on the foot and scattered fox spots along the textblock edge. Remains an unusually nice copy. ; 8vo ; fair .

$60.00

Handbook of Plants of the Colorado Front Range
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Handbook of Plants of the Colorado Front Range

By Weber, William A.

University of Colorado Press. Very Good in Very Good dust jacket. 1953. First Edition; First Printing. Hardcover. First Edition/First Printing. Hardcover in green boards in VG unmarked in VG jacket with Protective cover. ; 8vo ; 232 pp pages .

$16.00

Patterns of Survival
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Patterns of Survival

By Milne, Lorus and Margery

Englewood Cliffs, N. J.: Prentice Hall. Very Good in Very Good dust jacket. 1969. Hardcover. Second printing (1967) Pp xii, 339. Photographs by the Milne's unless otherwise credited. Shelf wear rub on boards, the dust jacket has short tears and nicks. Of the Prentice-Hall Series In Nature and Natural History. Consulting Editor: Joseph Wood Krutch. Contents: Living plants of the world; Gift from the sky; The crab that crawled out of the past; The biotic world and man; Water and life; Because of a tree; The valley: meadow, grove, and stream; The senses of animals and men; The mountains; The balance of nature; The lower animals: living invertebrates of the world; Plant life; Animal life; Paths across the earth; The world of night; The mating instinct; Famous naturalists; A multitude of living things. ; 8vo .

$15.00

A History of Biology to about the Year 1900. A General Introduction to the  Study of Living Things.
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A History of Biology to about the Year 1900. A General Introduction to the Study of Living Things.

By Singer, Charles

London & New York: Abelard-Schuman. Good. 1959. Hardcover. Revised Edition; Second Impression. (Originally published in 1931 under title: A short history of biology.) Pp xxxvi, 580. Illustrated with 194 intext figures. Maps. Frontispiece of Charles Darwin. Orange cloth, all extremities worn. Former owner's name written & stamped inside front and back cover; price stamp shadow. Marginalia and some underlining. A readable text on the subject. For student or layman. ; 8vo .

$15.00

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