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Bundle # 12 (Proceedings of the Biological Society of Washington),

Title   Bundle # 12 (Proceedings of the Biological Society of Washington),

Book Condition   New,

Publisher   Washington, D.C. Smithsonian Institution,

Seller ID   CHBb12

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.

Price = 8.00 USD



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