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Bulletin of the Antivenin Institute of America, Vol. 3: 4, February 1930
1 Bulletin of the Antivenin Institute of America, Vol. 3: 4, February 1930
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Bulletin of the Antivenin Institute of America, Softcover Good 
Contents: (1) Barbout, T. Some faunistic changes in the Lesser Antilles, (2) Zozaya, J., and R. E. Stadelman. Hypersensitiveness to snake venom proteins. A Case report, (3) Blanchard, F. M., andE. D. Force. The age of attainment of sexual maturity in the Lines Snake, Tropidoclonium lineatum (Hallowell), (4) Amaral, A. do. Notes on Spilotes pullatus, Wiley, G. O. Notes on the Neotropical Rattlesnake (Crotalus terrificus basiliscus) in captivity, and (5) Medden, R. V. Tales of the rattlesnake: from the works of the early travelers in America. 
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Bulletin of the Maryland Herpetological Society, Volume 15, Number 3, September 1979
2 Bulletin of the Maryland Herpetological Society, Volume 15, Number 3, September 1979
Baltimore, Maryland, Natural History Society of Maryland, Inc. 
Contents: (1) Townsend, P. F. Some dietary and ecological considerations of the Common Snapping Turtle in Delaware, (2) Miller, T. J., and H. M. Smith. The Lesser African Rock Python, (3) Dawson, S. A large Copperhead, Agkistrodon c. mokasen, from Maryland, and (4) van Deusen, M. A new county record for the Wood Frog, Rana sylvatica sylvatica, in Maryland. 
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Bulletin of the Maryland Herpetological Society, Volume 22, Number 4, December 1986
3 Bulletin of the Maryland Herpetological Society, Volume 22, Number 4, December 1986
Baltimore, Maryland, Natural History Society of Maryland, Inc. 
Contents: (1) Smith, H. M., K. Fitzgerald, G. Perez-Higareda, and D. Chiszar. A taxonomic rearrangement of the genus Scaphiodontophis, (2) Olson, R. E. A new subspecies of Sceloporus torquatus from the Sierra Madre Oriental, Mexico, (3) Chiszar, D, and K. Kandler. Adjustment of Brown Tree Snakes (Boiga irregularis) to a reversed light cycle, (4) Hayes, F. E. Intraspecific kleptoparatism and aggression in the Midland Painted Turtle (Chrysemys picta marginata), (5) Stein, R. J. Aberrant coloration of a Plethodon cinereus cinereus from New Jersey, and (6) Perez-Higareda, G., and H. M. Smith. Trimorphodon biscutatus (Reptilia: Serpentes) on the Atlantic versant in southern Mexico. 
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Bulletin of the Maryland Herpetological Society, Volume 35, Number 2, June 1999
4 Bulletin of the Maryland Herpetological Society, Volume 35, Number 2, June 1999
Baltimore, Maryland, Natural History Society of Maryland, Inc., 
Contents: (1) Zari, T. A. Resting metabolism and temperature selection in the Desert Skink, Sphenops sepsoides (Reptilia: Scincidae), (2) Lemos-Espinal, J. A., R. G. Webb, and H. M. Smith. Emory's Softshell Turtle, Apalone spinifera emoryi, in Mexico, and (3) Tucker, J. K. Seasonal variation in reproduction in the Red-eared Slider (Trachemys scripta elegans). 
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Bulletin of the Maryland Herpetological Society, Volume 9, Number 4, December 1973
5 Bulletin of the Maryland Herpetological Society, Volume 9, Number 4, December 1973
Baltimore, Maryland, Natural History Society of Maryland, Inc. 
Contents: (1) Lee, D. S. Seasonal breeding distributions for selected Maryland and Delaware amphibians, (2) Posey, C. V. An observation on the feeding habits of the Eastern King Snake, (3) Grogan Jr., W. L., and P. G. Bystrak. Early breeding activity of Rana sphenocephala and Bufo woodhousei fowleri in Maryland, (4) Lee, D. S. Another record for the Queensnake in southern Maryland, (5) Grogan Jr., W. L., and G. L. Williams.Notes on hatchling Painted Turtles, Chrysemys p. picta, from Maryland, (6) Lee, D. S. Additional reptiles and amphibians from Assateague Island, (7) Lee, D. S. Red leg in a subterranean population of Pickerel Frogs, (8) Powers, A., and B. H. Banta. Hypsiglena ochrorhyncha ochrorhyncha (Cope) recorded from Cerralvo Island, Gulf of California, Mexico, and (9) Grogan Jr. W. L., and P. G. Bystrak. Amphibians and Reptiles of Kent Island, Maryland. 
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Bundle # 10 (Proceedings of the Biological Scociety of Washington),
6 Bundle # 10 (Proceedings of the Biological Scociety of Washington),
Washington, D.C., Smithsonian Institution, New, 
Original price ca.$22.00 (1) Smith, Hobart M., and Robert H. McCauley, Jr. 1948. Another new anole from South Florida. 61:159–166. (2) Garrido, Orlando H., and Albert Schwartz. 1972. The cuban Anolis spectrum complex (Sauria, Iguanidae). 85 : 509–522. (3) Thomas, Richard. 1974. A new species of Typhlops (Serpentes: Typhlopidae) from Hispaniola. 87:11–18. (4) Richmond, Neil D. 1965. A new species of blind snake, Typhlops, from Trinidad. 78:121–124. (5) Schwartz, Albert. 1965. Two new subspecies of the Anguid lizard Wetmorena from Hispaniola. 78:39–48. (6) Schwartz, Albert , and Julian R. Harrison, III. 1956. A new subspecies of gopher frog (Rana capito Leconte). 69:135–144. (7) Schwartz, A. 1957. A new species of Eleutherodactylus (Amphibia: Leptodactylidae) from Cuba. 70:209–212. (8) Schwartz, Albert. 1973. A third species of the Hispaniolan Shrevei group of Sphaerodactylus (Sauria, Gekkonidae). 86: 35–40. (9) Schwartz, Albert, and Orlando H. Garrido. 1974. A new Cuban species of Sphaerodactylus (Gekkonidae) of the nigropunctatus complex. 87:337–344. (10) Schwartz, Albert. 1970. A new species of large Diploglossus (Sauria: Anguidae) from Hispaniola. 82:777–788. (11) Schwartz, Albert, and Ronald I. Crombie. 1975. A new species of the genus Aristelliger (Sauria: Gekkonidae) from the Caicos Islands. 88:305–314. (12) Schwartz, Albert, and Orlando H. Garrido. 1975. A reconsideration of some Cuban Tropidophis (Serpentes, Boidae). 88:77–90. 
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Bundle # 11 (Proceedings of the Biological Society of Washington),
7 Bundle # 11 (Proceedings of the Biological Society of Washington),
Washinton, D.C., Smithsonian Institution, New, 
Original price ca. $27.00 (1) Brimley, C. S. 1912. Notes on the salamanders of the North Carolina Mountains with descriptions of two new forms. 25:135–140, 2 plates. (2) Brimley, C. S. 1909. Some notes on the zoology of Lake Ellis, Craven County, North Carolina, with special reference to herpetology. 22:129–138. (3) Valentine, Barry D. 1963. The plethodontid salamander Phaeognathus: External morphology and zoogeography. 76:153–158. (4) Smith, Philip W. 1956. The status, correct name, and geographic range of the Boreal Chorus Frog. 69:169–176. (5) Smith, Philip W. and Hobart M. Smith. 1963. The systematic status of the lined snake of Iowa. 76:297–304. (6) Barton, A. J. 1956. A statistical study of Thamnophis brachystoma (Cope) with comments on the kinship of T. butleri (Cope). 69:71–82. (7) Clark, Austin H. 1930. Records of the Wood Tortoise (Clemmys insculpta) in the vicinity of the District of Columbia. 43:13–16. (8) Hoffman, Richard L. 1944. Eumeces anthracinus (Baird) in Virginia. 57:122–125. (9) Grobman, Arnold B. 1949. Some recent collections of Plethodon from Virginia with the description of a new form. 63:135–142. (10) Clark, Hubert Lyman. 1903. The short-mouthed snake (Eutainia brachystoma Cope) in southern Michigan. 16:83–88. (11) Harper, Francis. 1963. Amphibians and Reptiles of Keewatin and Northern Manitoba. 76:159–168. (12) Harper, Francis. 1956. Amphibians and Reptiles of the Ungava Peninsula. 69:93–104. 
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Bundle # 12 (Proceedings of the Biological Society of Washington),
8 Bundle # 12 (Proceedings of the Biological Society of Washington),
Washington, D.C. Smithsonian Institution, New, 
Original price ca. $19.00 (1) Orejas-Miranda, Braulio R., and George R. Zug. 1974. A new tricolor Leptotyphlops (Reptilia: Serpentes) from Peru. 87:167-174. (2) Peters, James A. 1967. The generic allocation of the frog Ceratophrys stolzmanni Steindachner, with the description of a new subspecies from Ecuador. 80:105-112. (3) Tuck, Robert G., and Jerry David Hardy. 1973. Status of the Ober Tabago collection, Smithsonian Institution, and the proper allocation of Ameiva suranemensis tobaganus Cope (Sauria: Teiidae). 86:231-242. (4) Heyer, W. Ronald, and M. Judith Diment. 1974. The karyotype of Vanzolinius discodactylus and comments on usefulness of karyotypes in determining relationships in the Leptodactylus-complex (Amphibia, Leptodactylidae). 87:327-336. (5) Heyer, W. Ronald. 1977. A discriminant function analysis of the frogs of the genus Adenomera (Amphibia: Leptodactylidae). 89:581-592. (6) Edwards, Stephen R. 1971. Taxonomic notes on South American Colostethus with descriptions of two new species (Amphibia, Dendrobatidae). 84:147-162. (7) Heyer, W. Ronald and James A. Peters. 1971. The frog genus Leptodactylus in Ecuador. 84:163-170. (8) Brame, Arden H., Jr and David B. Wake. 1963. Redescription of the plethodontid salamander Bolitoglossa lignicolor (Peters), with remarks on the status of B. palustris Taylor. 76:289-296. (9) Dixon, James R. 1968. A new species of gecko (Sauria: Gekkonidae) from the Bay Islands, Honduras. 81:419-426. (10) Lynch, John D. 1974. A new species of Eleutherodactylus (Amphibia: Leptodactylidae) from the Pacific Lowlands of Ecuador. 87:381-388. 
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Bundle # 2 (Bulletin of the Museum of Comparative Zoology),
9 Bundle # 2 (Bulletin of the Museum of Comparative Zoology),
Cambridge, Massachusetts, Harvard University, New, 
Original price ca. $30.00 (1) Laurent, Raymond F. 1968. A re-examination of the snake genus Lycophidion Dumιril and Bibron. 136:461–482. (2) Greer, Allen E. 1970. The systematics and evolution of the Subsaharan Africa, Seychelles, and Mauritius Scincine Scincid lizards. 140:1–24. (3) Lazell, James D., Jr. 1973. The lizard genus Iguana in the Lesser Antilles. 145:1–28. (4) Schwartz, Albert. 1967. The Ameiva (Lacertilia, Teiidae) of Hispaniola. III. Ameiva taeniura Cope. 135:345–375. (5) Gorman, George C. and Leonard Atkins. 1969. The zoogeography of Lesser Antillean Anolis lizards - An analysis based upon chromosomes and lactic dehydrogenases. 138:53–80. (6) Maglio, Vincent J. 1970. West Indian Xenodontine colubrid snakes: their probable origin, phylogeny, and zoogeography. 141:1–54. 
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Bundle # 5 (Contributions in Science)
10 Bundle # 5 (Contributions in Science)
Los Angeles, California, Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County, New, 
Original price ca. $30.00 (1) Montanucci, Richard R. 1987. A phylogenetic study of the horned lizards, genus Phrynosoma, based on skeletal and external morphology. (390): 1-36, 1 plate, (2) Wake, David B. and Paul Elias. 1983. New genera and a new species of Central American salamanders, with a review of the tropical genera (Amphibia, Caudata, Plethodontidae) 345: 1-19, (3) Marlow, Ronald William, John M. Brode and David B. Wake. 1979. A new salamander, genus Batrachoseps, from the Inyo Mountains of California, with a discussion of relationships in the genus. 308: 1-17, (4) Lieb, Carl S. 1985. Systematics and distribution of the skinks allied to Eumeces tetragrammus (Sauria: Scincidae) 357: 1-19, (5) Legler, John M., and John Cann. 1980. A new genus and species of chelid turtle from Queensland, Australia 324: 1-18, (6) Karges, John P. and John W. Wright. 1987. A new species of Barisia (Sauria, Anguidae) fom Oaxaca, Mexico 381: 1-11, (7) Elias, Paul. 1984. Salamanders of the northwestern highlands of Guatemala 348: 1-20, and (8) Bezy, Robert L. 1984. Systematics of Xantusiid lizards of the genus Lepidophyma in northeastern Mexico 349: 1-16. 
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Bundle # 6 (Proceedings of the Biological Society of Washington).
11 Bundle # 6 (Proceedings of the Biological Society of Washington).
Washington, D.C., Smithsonian Institution, New, 
Original price ca. $35.00 (1) Stejneger, Leonard. 1901. Diagnoses of eight new batrachians and reptiles from the Riu Kiu Archipelago, Japan. 14: 189–191, (2) Stejneger, Leonard. 1902. A new opisthoglyph snake from Formosa. 15: 15-17, (3) Stejneger, Leonhard. 1902. Some generic names of turtles 15: 235–238, (4) Stejneger, Leonhard. 1903. A new species of large iguana from the Bahama Islands 16: 129–132, (5) Stejneger, Leonard. 1904. A new lizard from the Rio Grande Valley, Texas 17: 17–20. (6) Stejneger, Leonhard. 1909. Generic names of some chelyid turtles 22: 125–128, (7) Stejneger, Leonard. 1910. The amphibian generic name Engystoma Untenable. 23: 165–168, (8) Stejneger, Leonard. 1913. A new lizard from Porto Rico 26: 69–72, (9) Stejneger, Leonhard. 1915. A new species of tailless batrachian from North America 28: 131–132, (10) Stejneger, Leonard. 1917. A new species of Horned Tree-Toad from Panama 30: 31–34, (11) Strecker, John K. 1908. Notes on the habits of two Arkansas Salamanders and a list of Batrachians and Reptiles collected at Hot Springs 21: 85-90, (12) Strecker, John K. 1908. Notes on the breeding habits of Phrynosoma cornutum and other Texas lizards 21: 165–170, (13) Strecker, John K. 1908. Notes on the life history of Scaphiopus couchii Baird 21: 199–206, and (14) Strecker, John K. Jr. 1909. Notes on the Narrow-Mouthed Toads (Engystoma) and the description of a new species from Southeastern Texas 22: 115–120. 
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Bundle #1 (Breviora),
12 Bundle #1 (Breviora),
Cambridge, Massachusetts, Museum of Comparative Zoology, New, 
Original price ca. $20.00 (1) Lowe, Charles H., Jr. 1955. A new species of whiptailed lizard (genus Cnemidophorus) from the Colorado Plateau of Arizona, New Mexico, Colorado, and Utah. 47:1–9. (2) Heatwole, Harold. 1968. Herpetology of Puerto Rico. V. Description of a new species of Sphaerodactylus from Desecho Island. Breviora. 292:1–6. (3) Gans, Carl. 1964. Redescription of Ampisbaena dubia Mόller (Amphisbaenia: Reptilia). 205:1–11. (4) Laurent, R. F. 1964. A new subspecies of Varanus exanthematicus (Sauria, Varanidae). 199:1–9. (5) Schwartz, Albert. 1974. A new species of primitive Anolis (Sauria, Iguanidae) from the Sierra de Baoruco, Hispaniola. 423:1–19. (6) Williams, Ernest E. 1975. Anolis marcanoi new species: sibling to Anolis cybotes: Description and field evidence. 430: 1–9. (7) Webster, T. Preston. 1975. An electrophoretic comparison of the Hispaniolan lizards Anolis cybotes and A. marcanoi. 431:1–8. (8) Williams, Ernest E. 1979. South American anoles: the species groups. 2. The proboscis anoles (Anolis laevis group). 449:1–19. (9) Miyata, Kenneth. 1985. A new Anolis of the Lionotus group from northwestern Ecuador and southwestern Colombia (Sauria: Iguanidae). 481:1–13. 
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Bundle #13 (Sherman Minton),
13 Bundle #13 (Sherman Minton),

Original price ca. $10.00 (1) Minton, Sherman A. 1996. Bites by non-native venomous snakes in the United States. Wilderness Environmetal Medicine. 4:297–303. (2) Minton, Sherman A., Jr. 1994. History and status of herpetology in Indiana. Proc. Indiana Acad. Sci. 103:71–77. (3) Minton, Sherman A. 1992. Reptiles as a source of human infections. Pp. 3–7 In P. D. Strimple (ed.) Contributions in Herpetology. Greater Cincinnati Herpetological Society, Cincinnati. (4) Minton, Sherman A. Jr. MD. 1972. Poisonous spiders of Indiana and a report of a bite by Chiracanthium mildei. J. Indiana State Med. Asso. 65:425–426. (5) Minton, Sherman A. 1963. Common antigens in snake sera and venoms. Pp. 905–917 In A. De Vries and E. Kochva (eds.) Toxins of Animal and Plant origin. Gordon and Breach, New York. (6) Minton, Sherman A. 1978. Serological relationships among some Midwestern Snakes. Proc. Indiana Acad. Sci. 87:438–445. (7) Minton, Sherman A., Jr. and Sylvia Kendall Salanitro. 1972. Serological relationships among some congeneric North American and Eurasian colubrid snakes. Copeia. 1972: 246–252. (8) Minton, Sherman A. 1952. Isolation of a pox virus from human source. Quart. Bull. Indiana Univ. Med. Ctr. 14:1–4. (9) Minton, Sherman A. 1987. Present tests for detection of snake venom: clinical applications. Ann. Emerg. Med. 16: 932–937. 
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Bundle #3 (Contributions in Science),
14 Bundle #3 (Contributions in Science),
Los Angeles, California, Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County, New, 
Original price ca. $25.00 (1) McDiarmid, Roy W. 1973. A new species of Atelopus (Anura, Bufonidae) from northeastern South America. 240:1–12. (2) Lynch, John D. 1975. The identity of the frog Eleutherodactylus conspicillatus (Gόnther), with descriptions of two related species from northwestern South America (Amphibia, Leptodactylidae). 272:1–19. (3) Abravaya, J. Paul and James F. Jackson. 1978. Reproduction in Macrogenioglottus alipioi Carvalho (Anura, Leptodactylidae). 298:1–9. (4) Heyer, W. Ronald. 1972. The status of Leptodactylus pumilio Boulenger (Amphibia, Leptodactylidae) and the description of a new species of Leptodactylus from Ecuador. 231:1–8. (5) Heyer, W. Ronald. 1974. Relationships of the Marmoratus species group (Amphibia, Leptodactylidae) within the subfamily Leptodactylinae. 253:1–46. (6) Heyer, W. Ronald. 1973. Systematics of the Marmoratus group of the frog genus Leptodactylus (Amphibia, Leptodactylidae). 251:1–50. 
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Bundle #4 (Contributions in Science),
15 Bundle #4 (Contributions in Science),
Los Angeles, California, Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County, New, 
Original price ca. $30.00 (1) Lynch, James F. and David B. Wake. 1978. A new species of Chiropterotriton (Amphibia: Caudata) from Baja Verapaz, Guatemala, with comments on relationships among Central American members of the genus. 294:1–22. (2) Lynch, James F. and David B. Wake. 1975. Systematics of the Chiropterotriton bromeliacia group (Amphibia: Caudata), with description of two new species from Guatemala. 265:1–45. (3) Wake, David B., Arden H. Brame and William E. Duellman. 1973. New species of salamanders, genus Bolitoglossa, from Panama. 248:1–19. (4) Wake, David B. 1996. A new species of Batrachoseps (Amphibia: Plethodontidae) from the San Gabriel Mountains, Southern California. 463:1–12. (5) Webb, Robert G. 1978. A systematic review of the Mexican frog Rana sierramadrensis Taylor. 300:1–13. (6) Webb, Robert G. 1976. A review of the garter snake Thamnophis elegans in Mexico. 284:1–13. (7) Straughan, Ian R. and John W. Wright. 1969. A new stream breeding frog from Oaxaca, Mexico (Anura, Hylidae). 169:1–12. (8) Meyer, John R. and Larry David Wilson. 1973. A distributional checklist of the turtles, crocodilians, and lizards of Honduras. 244:1–39. (9) Bezy, Robert L. and Jose L. Camarillo R. 1997. A new species of Lepidophyma (Sauria: Xantusiidae) from Oaxaca, Mexico. 465:1–8. (10) Bezy, Robert L. 1973. A new species of the genus Lepidophyma (Reptilia: Xantusiidae) from Guatemala. 239:1–7. 
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Bundle #7 (Proceedings of the Biological Society of Washington),
16 Bundle #7 (Proceedings of the Biological Society of Washington),
Washington, D.C., Smithsonian Institution, New, 
Original price $40.00 (1) Barbour, Thomas. 1903. A new species of Flying Lizard from Sarawak, Borneo. 16:59–60. (2) Barbour, Thomas. 1903. Two new species of Chamaeleon. 16:61–62. (3) Barbour, Thomas. 1904. A new Batrachian from Sarawak, Borneo. 17:51. (4) Barbour, Thomas. 1909. Corrections regarding the names of two recently described amphibia salientia. 22:89. (5) Barbour, Thomas. 1910. A new colubrine snake from Java. 23:169–170. (6) Barbour, Thomas. 1910. A new genus of Amphibia Salientia from Dutch New Guinea. 23:89–90, 1 plate. (7) Barbour, Thomas. 1910. "A note regarding the green Anolis from the Northern Bahamas" and "Eleutherodactylus ricordii in Florida." 23:99–100. (8) Barbour, Thomas. 1911. New lizards and a new toad from the Dutch East Indies, with notes on other species. 24:15–22. (9) Barbour, Thomas. 1911. A new race of chameleons from British East Africa. 24:219–220. (10) Barbour, Thomas. 1912. Physignathus cocincinus and its subspecies. 25:191–192. (11) Barbour, Thomas. 1913. Reptiles and amphibians from eastern Sudan. 26:145–150. (12) Barbour, Thomas. 1914. On some Australasian reptiles. 27:201–206. (13) Barbour, Thomas. 1914. A new snake from Northern Brazil. 27:199–200. (14) Barbour, Thomas. 1915. Recent notes regarding West Indian reptiles and amphibians. 28:71–78. (15) Barbour, Thomas. 1915. A new snake from southern Peru. 28:149–150. 
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Bundle #8 (Proceedings of the Biological Society of Washington),
17 Bundle #8 (Proceedings of the Biological Society of Washington),
Washington, D.C., Smithsonian Institution, New, 
Original price ca. $35.00 (1) Dunn, E. R. 1915. The variations of a brood of watersnakes. 28:61–68. (2) Dunn, Emmett Reid. 1922. Notes on some tropical Ranae. 34:221–222. (3) Dunn, Emmett R. 1933. A new lizard from Nicaragua. 46:67–68. (4) Ruthven, Alexander G. 1912. Description of a new Anolis from Brazil. 25:163–164. (5) Ruthven, Alexander G. 1913. Description of a new Uta from Nevada. 26:27–30. (6) Ruthven, Alexander G. 1914. Description of a new species of Basiliscus from the region of the Sierra Nevada de Santa Marta, Colombia. 27:9–12, 1 plate. (7) Ruthven, Alexander G. 1914. Description of a new engystomatid frog of the genus Hypopachus. 27:77–80. (8) Loveridge, Arthur. 1944. Remarks on the gekkonid genera Homopholis and Platypholis with descriptions of a new race. 57:1–4. (9) Loveridge, Arthur. 1946. A new worm-lizard (Ancyclocranium barkeri) from Tanganyika Territory. 59:63–76. (10) Loveridge, Arthur. 1950. New frogs of the genera Cyclorana and Hyla from southeastern Australia. 63:131–138. (11) Loveridge, Arthur. 1950. A new agamid lizard (Agama kirkii fitzsimonsi) from Southern Rhodesi. 63:127–130. (12) Stuart, L. C. 1949. A new Trimetopon (Ophidia) from Guatemala. 62:165–168. (13) Stuart, L. C. 1952. Some new amphibians from Guatemala. 65:1–12. (14) Taylor, Edward H. 1951. Two new genera and a new family of tropical American frogs. 64:33–40. (15) Gloyd, H.K. 1972. The Korean snakes of the genus Agkistrodon (Crotalidae). 85:557–578. (16) Gloyd, Howard K. 1972. A subspecies of Agkistrodon bilineatus (Serpentes: Crotalidae) on the Yucatαn Peninsula, Mιxico. 84:327–334. 
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Bundle #9 (Proceedings of the Biological Society of Washington),
18 Bundle #9 (Proceedings of the Biological Society of Washington),
Washington, D.C., Smithsonian Institution, New, 
Original price ca. $20.00 (1) Davis, William B. and James R. Dixon. 1958. A new Coleonyx from Texas. 71:149–152. (2) Smith, Philip W. and M. Max Hensley. 1957. The mud turtle, Kinosternon flavescens stejnegeri Hartweg, in the United States. 70:201–204. (3) Thompson, Helen B. 1913. Description of a new subspecies of Rana pretiosa from Nevada. 26:53–56. $2.00 (4) Holman, J. Alan. 1973. A huge new xenosaurid lizard from the Upper Miocene of Nebraska. 86:105–112. (5) Burger, W. Leslie, Hobart M. Smith and Floyd E. Potter. 1950. Another Neotenic Eurycea from the Edwards Plateau. 63: 51–58. (6) Davis, William B. 1953. A new horned lizard, genus Phrynosoma from Mexico. 66:27–30. (7) Lynch, John D. 1967. Two new Eleutherodactylus from Western Mexico (Amphibia; Leptodactylidae). 80:211–218. (8) Lowe, Charles H. and William H. Woodin. 1954. A new racer (Genus Masticophis) from Arizona and Sonora, Mexico. 67:247–250. (9) Dixon, James R., Chesley A. Ketchersid and Carl S. Lieb. 1972. A new species of Sceloporus (undulatus group; Sauria, Iguanidae) from Mexico. 84 (38):307–312. (10) Smith, Hobart M. and Philip W. Smith. 1951. A new snake (Tantilla) from the Isthmus of Tehuantepec, Mexico. 64:97–100. (11) Smith, Philip W. and Hobart M. Smith. 1951. A new lizard (Sceloporus) from Oaxaca, Mexico. 64:101–104. (12) Campden-Main, Simon M. 1970. The identity of Oligodon cyclurus (Cantor, 1839) and revalidation of Oligodon brevicauda (Steindachner, 1867) (Serpentes: Colubridae). 82:763–766. 
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Fauna, Volume 1, Number 1,
19 Fauna, Volume 1, Number 1,
Provo, Utah, Canyonlands Publishing Group, LC, 1997, New, 
Original price $4.95. A handful of “Bundles” of the first eight issues are available at $15.00 ea. (Please contact us if interested). Feature Articles: (1) Fenolio, Dantι. The Hole Thing: Frog and Toad Microhabitats. (2) Henderson, Robert W. An Irascible Aerealist: The Common Tree Boa of the American Tropics. (3) Grismer, L. Lee. Eublepharid Geckos: Living Relics of Gekkotan Evolution. 
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Fauna, Volume 1, Number 2,
20 Fauna, Volume 1, Number 2,
Provo, Utah, Canyonlands Publishing Group, LC, 1997, New, 
Original price $4.95. A handful of “Bundles” of the first eight issues are available at $15.00 ea. (Please contact us if interested). Feature articles: (1) Porras, Louis W. and David Grow. Jeepers! Creepers! (2) Warkentin, Karen. Life on the Leaf, (3) Fenolio, Dantι. Mystical Monkey frogs: Sapo's Magic. (4) Grismer, L. Lee. Peninsular Paradise. 
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