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The Actinairia Of Torres Straits Scientific Transactions of the Royal Dublin Society, II Series, Volume VI

By Haddon, Alfred G.

Published by the Royal Dublin Society, Dublin, 1898. -----Fifty-five species are recorded from Torres Straits, of which five are described for the first time. The paper is accompanied by 10 full-page two-tone plates, XXII-XXXI. Each plate has several illustrations. (Plate XXXII is missing). This illustrated ----- Pages: 393-498. 10 7/8 x 8 3/4 inches: 27. 5 cm tall. Binding: No binding: Removed from the 1898 volume VI. Begins with first page of article with title at the head. Some remnants of old binding at spine. Closed tear at 445-446 repaired with archival tape, otherwise clean and in near fine condition. 10 plates, last plate missing. .

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A Monograph Of The Marine And Freshwater Ostracoda Of The North Atlantic And of North-Western Europe. Section I' Podocopa. Scientific Transactions of the Royal Dublin Society, II Series, Volume IV, Issue II

By Brady, George Stewardsonand Alfred M. Norman.

Published by the Royal Dublin Society, Dublin, March 1889. ----- First Printing. Pages: Title page, 63-270, 16 plates. 10 7/8 x 8 3/4 inches: 27. 5 cm tal. Binding: No binding: Removed from a larger volume. Begins with title page. Some remnants of old binding at spine. Title page has a small piece missing at the lower outer corner and a crease and closed tear 1/2 inch across at the bottom. otherwise clean and in near fine condition. .

$65.00

Reports On The Zoological Collections Made In Torres Straits: Actiniae I. Zoantheae Scientific Transactions of the Royal Dublin Society, II Series, Volume IV, Issue XIII

By Haddon, Alfred G. .

Published by the Royal Dublin Society, Dublin, December1891. ----- First Printing. Pages: Title page, 673-701, four pages of illustrations. 10 7/8 x 8 3/4 inches: 27. 5 cm tal. Binding: No binding: Removed from a larger volume. Begins with title page. Light toning with age. Signatures separating with some remnants of old binding at spine, Otherwise clean and complete, in near fine condition. .

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A Revision Of The British Actiniae, Part II The Zoantheae Scientific Transactions of the Royal Dublin Society, Volume IV (Series II), Issue XII

By Haddon, Alfred G. .

Published by the Royal Dublin Society, Dublin, November, 1891. ----- First Printing. Pages: Title page, 609Title page, 609-672, three pages of illustrations. 10 7/8 x 8 3/4 inches: 27. 5 cm tal. Binding: No binding: Removed from a larger volume. Begins with title page. Light toning with age. Signatures starting to separate, with some remnants of old binding at spine, Otherwise clean and complete, in near fine condition. .

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A Revision Of The British Actiniae Part I Scientific Transactions of the Royal Dublin Society, II Series, Volume IV, Issue V

By Haddon, Alfred C. .

Published by the Royal Dublin Society, Dublin, June 1889. ----- First Printing. Pages: Title pae, 297-361, 7 plates. 10 7/8 x 8 3/4 inches: 27. 5 cm tal. Binding: No binding: Removed from a larger volume. Begins with title page. Some remnants of old binding at spine, otherwise clean and in near fine condition. Two of the plates are chromolithographs and are outstanding. .

$40.00

Notes on Mexican Snakes of the Genus Geophis. Contained in Smithsonian Miscellaneous Collections, Volume 99, Issue 19 pages 1-6.

By Smith, Hobart M.

Smithsonian Institution, Washington, 1941. ----- 6 3/8" x 9 5/8”. Binding: Original dark tan wrappers with black titles, unopened pages. Some wear and creasing at extremities, light soil. Library stamp at front upper margin. Interior is clean and unopened.

$14.00

The Effect of Thermal Treatment and the Effect of Longitudinal Strain in inducing a Sensitive State in certain Magnetic Materials. Contained in Proceedings of the Royal Society of Edinburgh Session 1912-13, Volume 33, Issue 3 pages 243-256.

By Moir, Margaret B.

Robert Grant & Son, Edinburgh, 1913. ----- ( Also contains The Scattering of Light by James Robert Milne With two full page plates. The purpose of this article is to give Milne's follow up experiment results to Christiamsen's and Lord Rayleigh experiments. pages 264-281. On the Deviation of the Torsional Oscillations of Metallic Wires from Ischronism by W. Peddie pages 225-242. Some new types of Spectrophotometer on the Flicker Principle by James robert Milne pages 257-263. ). Pages: 225-316. 10 3/8" x 7”. Binding: Light brown wrappers with black titles at front, spine and rear wrappers. Very minor soiling at wrappers. Internally text pages clean and tight.

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A Preliminary account of the Re-exploration in 1894 and 1895 of the "Bone-Hole,” now known as Irwin's Cave. Contained in Proceedings of the Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia Part III-October-December 1895 pages 443-445.

By Mercer, Henry C.

Academy of Natural Sciences, Philadelphia, 1896. -----at Port Kennedy, Montgomery County, Pennsylvania. Additional articles: The Fossile Vertebrata from the Fissure at Port Kennedy, Pennsylvania, pages 446-450, by Edward Cope; The Port Kennedy Deposit, pages 451-452, by Angelo Heilprin. ----- ( Also contains Contributions to the Zoology of Tennessee no. 1continued and no. 2, Birds by Samuel Rhoads pages 387-407;463-501. New Species of Fungi from various Localities by J. B. Ellis and B. M. Everhart pages 413-442. ). Pages: 387-609. 9 3/4" x 6 1/8”. Binding: Light tan wrappers with black titles at front and spine, unopened pages. Front wrap partially detached, creaseing at upper rear corner, small archival tape repair at rear crease, slight soiling at outer edges of wrappers, occasional chipping and small closed tears at extremities. Internally text pages are clean and tight in the wrappers.

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The Scientific and Administrative Achievement of the Medical Corps of the U. S. Army. Contained in The Scientific Monthly, Volume 4, Issue 5 pages 410-427.

By McCullough, Jr., C.

The Science Presss, Garrison, NY, May 1917. -----Signature of Chester A. Reeds dated April 26, 1917 at front upper edge of wrapper. ----- Numerous photographic reproductions and advertisements. ( Also contains The Fur-Seals of the Pribilof Islands by G. H. PArker With the article are 24 in-text photo reproductions. pages 385-409. ). Pages: 385-480. 6 3/4" x 9 3/4”. Binding: Original tan wrappers with black titles at front and spine; unopened pages. Three soil marks at spine staple area, slight chipping at wrapper edges. Internally clean and tight.

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On the Nymph-stage of the Embidae with Notes on the Habits of the Family. Contained in The Journal of the Linnean Society Zoology, Volume 13, Issue 70 pages 373-384.

By M'Lachlan, R.

Longmans, Green, Reader & Dyer, London, 1877. -----With one plate. ----- Total plates in issue 4. ( Also contains Description of Acantharachna mirabilis, a new form of Ophiuridae by Edgars A. Smith With one plate. pages 335-338. Geographical Distribution of Indian Freshwater Fishes-Part II The Siluridae by Francis Day pages 338-353. Notes on the Genus Alveolites, Lamarack, and on some allied Forms of Palaeozoic Corals by H. Alleyne Nicholson With two plates. Pages 353-370. ). Pages: 335-384. 8 3/4" x 5 1/2”. Binding: Original light pink wrappers with black titles at front and spine; unopened pages. Very light soil at outer edges of wrapper, spine has slightly darkened. Internally clean and tight in wraps.

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The Absorption of Light by Inorganic Salts, parts 5 & 6. Contained in Proceedings of the Royal Society of Edinburgh Session 1911-12, Volume 32, Issue 1 pages 40-61.

By Houstoun, R. A.

Robert Grant & Son, Edinburgh, 1912. -----With text figures. ----- Several in-text illustrations. ( Also contains Note on the Structure of Ternary Alloys; Note on a Perforated Silica Plate for Excluding Flame Gases from a Crucible during Ignition by Alexander Charles Gulliver. pages 17-19; 36-39. ). Pages: 112. 7" x 10 1/4”. Binding: Original light brown wrappers with black titles at front, partially unopened. Slight browning at outer edges of wrappers, closed tears and loss of small pieces of wrap at spine ends. Internally all text leaves and plates are clean and tight in wrappers.

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The Insect Association of a Local Environment Complex in the District of Holmes Chapel, Cheshire. Contained in Transactions of the Royal Society of Edinburgh Session 1917-1918, Volume 52, Issue 1 pages 37-78.

By Cameron, Alfred E.

Robert Grant and Son, Edinburgh, 1918. -----With 2 full page plates. -----The volume issue contains several other articles by various scientists in the field of botany, zoology, geology. ----- Several in-text illustrations, 25 full page plates. ( Also contains On the Leaf Trace in some Pinnate leaves by R. C. davie With 1 full page plate. pages 1-36. The Moulting of the King Penguin by J. Cossar Ewart and Dorothy Mackenize With 2 full page plates. pages 115-132. The Anatomy and Affinity of Stromatopteris moniliformis, Mett by John M'Lean Thompson With 4 full page plates and figures in text. Also by the same author A Further Contribution to the Knowledge of Platyzoma microphyllum R. Br. pages 157-166, with 17 figures in text. pages 133-156. ). 9 1/2" x 12 1/4”. Binding: Original tan wrappers with black titles at front, partially unopened. Moderate to heavy soiling at wrappers, loss of several pieces of spine wrapper. Internally all text leaves and plates are clean and tight in wrappers.

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The Effects of Diet on the Development and structure of the Uterus. Contained in Proceedings of the Royal Society of Edinburgh Session 1906-07, Volume 27, Issue 1 pages 11-13.

By Campbell, Malcolm

Robert Grant & Son, Edinburgh, 1907. -----With 4 plates. -----Also contains the article "Notes on Aboriginals of the Northern Territory of South Australia,” by W. Ramsay Smith, pages 51-63. ----- ( Also contains The Influence of an Excessive Meat Diet on the Osseous System; The Influence of a Meat Diet on Fertility and Lactation by Chalmers Watson First article with 4 plates, second article with 1 plate. pages 2-5; 6-10. On the Discovery of a new Genus of Thread Bacteria by David Ellis With 1 plate. pages 21-34. The Functions of the Rolandic Cortex in Monkeys by W. A. Jolly and Sutherland Simpson pages 64-78. ). Pages: 1-80. 10 3/8" x 7”. Binding: Light brown wrappers with black titles at front, spine and rear wrappers. Scattered light to moderate soiling at wrappers, two 1" closed tears at front fore edge, lacks very small pieces of spine end wrap. Internally text pages and plates are clean and tight.

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Experiments on the Sense of Smell in Dogs. Contained in The Journal of the Linnean Society Zoology, Volume 20, Issue 117 pages 65-70.

By Romanes, George

Longmans, Green & Co., London, 1887. -----Romanes was a Canadian-born English naturalist and psychologist who laid the foundation of what he called comparative psychology, postulating a similarity of cognitive processes and mechanisms between humans and animals. "Romanes attempted to relate psychological development and evolutionary advancement. There was some problems with Darwin's theories that needed to be made clear, Romanes was able to clear things up with his ideas on physiological selection. ----- Total plates in issue 4 plates. ( Also contains On the Loch Leven Trout (Salmo levenesis) by Francis Day. pages 71-90. The Natural History of the Genus Dero by Edward C. Bousfield. With 3 plates. pages 91-107. On the Characters of the Genus Lyopus, with a Description of a New Species from Australia by Stuart Ridley. With 1 plate. pages 61-64. ). Pages: 61-107. 8 3/4" x 5 1/2”. Binding: Original light pink wrappers with black titles at front and spine; unopened pages. Very light soil at outer edges of wrapper, spine has slightly darkened. Internally clean and tight in wraps.

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Notes on the Distribution of Insects in the Channel Islands. Contained in The Zoologist A Popular Miscellany of Natural History (complete volume), Volume 22 pages 9273-9276.

By Walker, Francis

John Van Voorst, London, 1864. -----Article by J. W. May " Life Histories of Sawlies translated from the Dutch of M. Snellen Van Vollenhoven" pages 9067, 9262. The volumes contain many articles contributed by noted scientists in the zoology field, such as, Newman, Gunn, Gurney, Crewe, Rodd, Saville, Stainton, Bell and many more. ----- ( Also contains Notes on the Ornithology of Iceland by Alfred Newton. This volume contains additional articles by Newton. pages 8935-8944, 8964-8965. Natural History Notes from Norway by George Norman. Additional articles by Norman on porpoises, ring ouzel, wrens, willow grouse, cicindela, redwings, thicknee plover, grebe. pages 8865-8872, 9354-9358. Migration of the Goldencrested Wren by John Cordeaux. John Cordeaux was one of the foremost ornithologists of his day. This short paper was his first contribution in the field of ornithology and was first published in The Zoologist 1864, concerning an influx of goldcrests on the east coast in October 1863. In addition there are several other articles by Norman in this volume. pages 8950, 9041-9042. ). Pages: xx, 8865-9384. 9 1/4" x 5 3/4”. Binding: Half red calf, multi colored marbled boards, gilt titles at spine. Occasional soiling, light rubbing at extremities. Internally first and last few leaves scattered browning (foxing), otherwise clean and tight in binding.

$36.00

List of decapod crustacea of the Atlantic Coast. Appendix to Drs. Coues and Yarrow's paper. Contained in Proceedings of the Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia Part II. April-September 1878 pages 316-328.

By Kingsley, J. S.

Academy of Natural Sciences, Philadelphia, 1878. ----- ( Also contains Notes on the Natural History of Fort Macon, N. C. and vicinity, no. 5 by Elliott Coues and H. C. Yarrow pages 297-315. On the Parasitic worms in the shad; Forminifera of the coast of New Jersey by Joseph Leidy The issue contains several articles by Leidy. pages 171; 292. On a New Species of Sponge by Alpheus Hyatt With one full page plate. pages 163-164. ). Pages: 153-328. 9 3/4" x 6 1/8”. Binding: Light pink wrappers with black titles at front and spine, unopened pages. Slight soiling at outer edges of wrappers, occasional chipping and small closed tears at extremities. Internally text pages are clean and tight in the wrappers.

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Notes on the Ornithology of Iceland. Contained in The Zoologist A Popular Miscellany of Natural History (complete volume), Volume 22 pages 8935-8944, 8964-8965.

By Newton, Alfred

John Van Voorst, London, 1864. -----This volume contains additional articles by Newton. -----Article by J. W. May " Life Histories of Sawlies translated from the Dutch of M. Snellen Van Vollenhoven" pages 9067, 9262. The volumes contain many articles contributed by noted scientists in the zoology field, such as, Newman, Gunn, Gurney, Crewe, Rodd, Saville, Stainton, Bell and many more. ----- ( Also contains Notes on the Distribution of Insects in the Channel Islands by Francis Walker pages 9273-9276. Natural History Notes from Norway by George Norman Additional articles by Norman on porpoises, ring ouzel, wrens, willow grouse, cicindela, redwings, thicknee plover, grebe. pages 8865-8872, 9354-9358. Migration of the Goldencrested Wren by John Cordeaux John Cordeaux was one of the foremost ornithologists of his day. This short paper was his first contribution in the field of ornithology and was first published in The Zoologist 1864, concerning an influx of goldcrests on the east coast in October 1863. In addition there are several other articles by Norman in this volume. pages 8950, 9041-9042. ). Pages: xx, 8865-9384. 9 1/4" x 5 3/4”. Binding: Half red calf, multi colored marbled boards, gilt titles at spine. Occasional soiling, light rubbing at extremities. Internally first and last few leaves scattered browning (foxing), otherwise clean and tight in binding.

$36.00

Across Africa from Kenya to Angola, the Gray African Expedition of the Academy. Contained in Year Book of the Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia For the Year 1929 pages 34-42.

By Gray, Prentiss

Philadelphia, 1929. -----With 4 plates. ----- Some plates. ( Also contains With the Pinchot South Sea Expedition by Henry Pilsbry. With 1 plate. pages 43-52. The Carpenter-Whitney Alaskan Expedition of 1929 by Harry Whitney. With 3 plates. pages 52-59. Impressions of Java by Henry Fowler. With 3 plates. pages 68-78. ). Pages: 108. 7 1/4" x 10”. Binding: Light green wrappers with dark green titles, illustrations at front lower corner. Light occasional soil, browning and rubbing at extremities. Internally clean and tight.

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Distribution of the Subcutaneous Vessels in the Head Region of the Ganoids Polyodon and Lepisosteus. Proceedings of the Washington Academy of Sciences, Volume 9

By Allen, Wm. F. .

The Academy, Washington, July 31, 1907. ----- Pages: 79-158. 10" x 7 1/4”. Binding: Original blue wrappers with black titles at the front. Slight browning at the outer edges of the wrappers, loss of a small piece of the wrap at the spine end. Internally text is clean and tight in the wrappers.

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Bulletin de la Societe Zoologique de France, Volume 34, Issue 1-10

La Societe, Paris, 1909, 1910. ----- Numerous text illustrations. Pages: 254. 9 7/8" x 6 1/2”. Binding: Light blue wrappers with black titles at front. Varies each part-light browning at ther outer edges of the wrappers, loss of very small pieces of the spine ends. Internally clean and tight.

$15.00

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