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Geography & Life Sciences: Chapter 23800

Chapter 23800 provides bibliographic information on scholary research in geography and in the life sciences.



The National Parasite Collection at the Beltsville Parasitological Laboratory. Journal of Parasitology 55(2): 375-380

The National Park Kalkalpen as a refuge area for rare species: Simulium (Obuchovia) auricoma and Simulium (Simulium) degrangei - recorded for the first time in Upper Austria. Acta Zoologica Universitatis Comenianae, 461: 31-37

The National Park of Gorongoza. Oryx, 3: 298-302

The National Park of north Wales (Collins). Snowdonia. Unknown

The National Parks of the Philippines. Unknown

The National Registry of Veterans with amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (vol 30, pg 180, 2008).

The National Report 2007 according to Article 17 of the Habitats Directive - overview of the results with special consideration of beetles.

The National Resource Information Centre: its role in land-use decision making and research. Pages 94-104 1991

The National Rookery Survey 1975 Dorset results. Newsletter Dorset Nat. Trust, 1976: 7

The National School Lunch Program - background, trends, and issues.

The National Wildlife Refuge Program. Jack Pine Warbler, 24: 91-95

The National Zoo at Washington, a study of its animals in relation to their natural environment. Report of the Smithsonian Institution, 677-716

The National Zoological Park and its inhabitants. Washington DC Rep Smithson Inst 1914: 445-478

The National species action plan for the Caucasian black grouse in the Republic of Georgia. Annual Review of the World Pheasant Association ember; 2005-2006: 30

The Native Bear Book of Australia. Unknown

The Native Birds of Georgetown (Demerara). Timehri (n s): V 69-107

The Native Fishes of Iowa. Bull Lab Nat Hist Univ Iowa, I 161-171

The Natterjack (Bufo calamita L.) on the Wirral Coast, Cheshire. Lancashire and Cheshire Naturalist, 7 177-180

The Natterjack Toad in Hertfordshire. Transactions of the Hertfordshire Natural History Society, 216: 345

The Natural Classification and Geographical Distribution of Butterflies. Report Dulwich Society, III 45-48

The Natural Conditions of Existence, as they affect Animal Life. Nature 23(592): 405-409

The Natural History Expedition to Northwest Greenland 1936 A study of the littoral fauna of Northwest Greenland. Meddelelser om Gronland, 1243: 1-2

The Natural History Museum Blaschka collections. Historical Biology 20(1): 51-62

The Natural History Museum collection of Ornithoptera (birdwing) butterflies (Lepidoptera: Papilionidae). Biology Curator. March; 8: 11-17

The Natural History Museum of Macedonia. Historia Naturalis Bulgarica, 15: 163-164

The Natural History Museum, Aarhus. Natura Jutlandica, 1: 5-65

The Natural History Society of New Brunswick. Canadian Field Naturalist, 57: 153

The Natural History Society of Northumbria: annual report for 2000. Transactions of the Natural History Society of Northumbria. November; 611: 1-36

The Natural History and Antiquities of Selborne, and a Garden Kalendar. Edited by R. Bowdler Sharpe. Vol. ii. Unknown

The Natural History and Antiquities of Selborne, by the late Gilbert White; edited by Thomas Bell.

The Natural History and Antiquities of Selborne, in the county of Southampton. By the Rev. Gilbert White, M.A. Standard edition by E. T. Bennett. Thoroughly revised, with additional notes, by J. E. Harting. Unknown

The Natural History and Antiquities of Selborne. Edited by L. C. Miall and W. Warde Fowler. Unknown

The Natural History of Amia calva Linnaeus. Mark Anniversary, Vol. 57-109

The Natural History of Animals. Unknown

The Natural History of Animals (Class Mammalia) in Word and Picture. Translated by G. G. CHISHOLM. 2 vols. Unknown

The Natural History of Ballast Hole, Sinder-land, Cheshire. North Western Naturalist Arbroath, 16: 183-193

The Natural History of Barra, Outer Hebrides. Proceedings Physical Society of Edinburgh, 225: 295-296

The Natural History of Barra, Outer Hebrides. The result of a scientific expedition organised by the Biological Society of the University of Edinburgh, 1st to 14th July 1935. Land und Freshwater Mollusca.

The Natural History of Barra, Outer Hebrides. The result of a scientific expedition organised by the Biological Sooiety of the Univer-sity of Edinburgh, 1st to 14th July, 1935 Marine Mollusca.

The Natural History of Barra, Outer Hebrides. The results of a scientific expedition organised by the Biological Society of the University of Edinburgh, Coelenterata. Proceedings Physical Society of Edinburgh, 225: 263-264

The Natural History of Barra, Outer Hebrides. The results of a scientific expedition organized by the Biological Society of the University of Edinburgh 1st to 14th July, 1935. Proceedings Physical Society of Edinburgh, 22: 241-296

The Natural History of Calotes versicolor, the common Blood-Sucker. Journal of the Bombay Natural History Society, 34: 1041-1047

The Natural History of Canna and Sanday, Inner Hebrides : A Report upon the Glasgow University Canna expeditions1936and 1937. Mollusca. Proceedings Physical Society of Edinburgh, 23: 1-7

The Natural History of Juan Fernandez and Easter Island. 3. Ichneumoniden von Juan Fernandez. Unknown

The Natural History of Kinnoull Hill. VI. The Mollusca. Proceedings Perthshire Soc, I 247, 248, & 255

The Natural History of Lycaena medon, Hufnagel (Poly-ommatus agestis, Ochsenheimer). Entomologist's Monthly Magazine, Vol. IV 73-77

The Natural History of North American Amphibians and Reptiles by James A. Oliver (Review). Copeia, 132-133

The Natural History of North American amphibians and reptiles, by J. A. Oliver, (Review). Animal Kingdom, 58: 190

The Natural History of Otago Harbour and the adjacent seas, together with a record of the researches carried on at the Portobello Marine Fish-hatchery. Part I. Transactions and Proceedings of the New Zealand Institute Wellington, 45 225-251

The Natural History of Prince Albert Land. Zool: 4-9

The Natural History of Rarotonga. Australian Museum Magazine, 5: 25-31

The Natural History of Rennell Island, British Solomon Islands. 1. Introduction. 2. Account and List of Stations of the Danish Rennell Expedition, 1951. 4. Rennell-ese Names of Animals. Danish Sci Press Ltd Copenhagen, Vol. 1: 7-29, 33-41 & 59-63

The Natural History of Rennell Island, British Solomon Islands. 3. Unknown

The Natural History of Selborne and the Naturalists' Calendar. New edition, with notes by G. C. Davies. Unknown

The Natural History of Selborne by Gilbert White.

The Natural History of South Africa. Mammals in five volumes, 1 (i-xix 1-178

The Natural History of South Africa. Birds:.

The Natural History of South Africa. Mammals (in four volumes). Vol. 3 (xiii-278). Vol. 4 (xix-271). Unknown

The Natural History of South Rona. Scottish Naturalist, 113-127

The Natural History of Sport in Scotland with red and gun. Unknown

The Natural History of Spurn. Conchology Naturalist London, 341-345

The Natural History of Tag Lock: v. Fresh-water Snails. Halifax Naturalist, VII 78-80

The Natural History of West China. China Journal Shanghai, 26: 198-209

The Natural History of a Common Fouling Bryozoan, Bugula neritina (Linn). Miscellaneous Reports of the Research Institute for Natural Resources Tokyo, Nos. 19-21: 47-54

The Natural History of a Voyage from Liverpool to Bombay. J N. H. Soc: 238-244

The Natural History of the Agricultural Ant of Texas. A Monograph of the Habits, Architecture, and Structure of Pogomyrmex barbate. Unknown

The Natural History of the Ballast Hole, Sunderland, Cheshire (cont.).. North Western Naturalist Arbroath, 163: 183-193

The Natural History of the Cockroach. Sci

The Natural History of the Crinoidea. Procn Amateur Sci. Soc: 32 & 33

The Natural History of the Double-crested Cormorant (Phalacrocorax auritus auritus). Unknown

The Natural History of the Genus Dero. J: 91-107

The Natural History of the Grey Phalarope (Phalaropus fulicarius). Irish Naturalist, X 53-67

The Natural History of the Island of Raasay and of the adjacent isles of South Rona, Scalpay, Longay, and Fladday. II. The Land and Freshwater Mollusca. Scottish Naturalist, 225: 64-67

The Natural History of the Island of Raasay and the Adjacent Isles of South Rona, Scalpay, Longay and Fladday. IV. Spiders and Allied Groups. Scottish Naturalist, 226: 107-113

The Natural History of the Ruff (Machetes pugnax). Irish Naturalist, IX 187-209

The Natural History of the Sexual Genome: Proactive Drivers and Passive Drifters. Perspectives in Biology and Medicine 51(3 Summer 2008): 4-9

The Natural History of the Star-fish. Bulletin of the United States Fish Commission, 203-224

The Natural History of the Tineina. Vol. ix. containing Gelechia, part 1. Unknown

The Natural History of the Tineina. Vol. viii. By H. T. Stainton, assisted by Professor Zeller, J. W. Douglas, and Professor Frey. Unknown

The Natural History of the Tineina. Vols. xi. & xii. By H. T. Stainton, assisted by Professor Zeller, J.W. Douglas, and Professor Frey.

The Natural History of the Toronto region, Ontario, Canada; edited by J. H. Faull. Prepared for the Members of the 12th International Geological Congress Toronto, 1918 419 pp.)

The Natural History of the marketable marine Fishes of the British Islands.

The natural naphthoquinone plumbagin exhibits antiproliferative activity and disrupts the microtubule network through tubulin binding. Biochemistry 47(30): 7838-7845

The Natural history of animals. The animal life of the world in its various aspects and relations. Unknown

The Natural history section of Sheffield Galleries and Museums Trust - an update. Biology Curator. August; 20: 8-13

The Naturalist Brazilian Expedition. Am: pp.464 & 578

The Naturalist in California. Tom: 182-189, 470-481

The Naturalist in La Plata.

The Naturalist in La Plata. Unknown

The Naturalist in Manchuria. Unknown

The Naturalist in Nidderdale. Zool, 403-417

The Naturalist in Norway; or, Notes on the wild Animals, Birds, Fishes, and Plants of that Country.

The Naturalist in Siluria. Unknown

The Naturalist in Vancouver Island and British Columbia.

The Naturalist in the laboratory. London Naturalist, 1935: 40-51

The Naturalist of Saint Croix. Memoir of George A. Boardman, a selection from his correspondence and published writings, notices of friends and contemporaries, with his List of Birds of Maine and New Brunswick. Unknown

The Naturalist on the River Amazon. With a Memoir of the author, by Edward Clodd. Reprint of the unabridged edition, with map and numerous illustrations. Unknown

The Naturalist on the River Amazons: reprint of the unabridged edition, with a memoir of the author by Edward Clodd. Unknown

The Naturalist on the Thames. Unknown

The Naturalist's Library. An Essay in Bibliography. Australian Zoologist, 11: 322-332

The Naturalists' Lake District including Maritime Cumbria. Unknown

The Nature 1921 and Origin of the Fishes of the Pacific Slope of Ecuador, Peru and Chili. Proceedings of the American Philosophical Society, 60: 503-523

The Nature Conservancy and its work: with mainly ornithological examples. Scottish Birds, 3: 59-72

The Nature Conservancy in Northumberland. Roebuck, 3(Autumn): 8-13

The Nature Conservancy in Scotland. News Bulletin Zoological Society of Southern Africa, 10(1): 11-14

The Nature Conservancy's Prairie wings project: a conservation strategy for the grassland birds of the western Great Plains. U S Forest Service General Technical Report PSW: 191: 1158-1161

The Nature Reserves Investigation Committee. Discovery Norwich, 71: 9-14

The Nature and Origin of Variations. Presidential Address. Rep Proc Bristol Soc. ( -91; VI 1-25

The Nature and origin of Coal and Coal seams. Unknown

The Nature of Growth. Science Press Lancaster Pa, 1936

The Nature of the Junction between the Lower Carboniferous and the Millstone Grit of North-West York-shire. Proceedings of the Yorkshire Geological Society, 202: 257-291

The Nature of the Shoulder Girdle and Clavicular Arch in Sauropterygia. Pc: 119-151

The Naucoridae of the Philippine Islands (Hemiptera). Philippine Journal of Science, 64(1937): 299-311

The Naude species of South African Cicadellidae (Hemiptera), 2.Species assigned to the genera Eugnathodus Baker and Clcadula Zetterstedt. Journal of the Entomological Society of Southern Africa, 361: 25-35

The Naude species of South African Cicadellidae (Hemiptera). 5. Species assigned to the general Dorydium Burmeister, Penthirnia Germar, Equeefa Distant, Petalocephala Stal and Idiocerus Lewis. Journal entsth. Mr: 247-260

The Naude species of south Africa Cicadellidae (Hemiptera). 4. Species assigned to the genera Aconura Lethierry and Deltocephalus Burmeister. Journal of the Entomological Society of Southern Africa, 382: 189-206

The Naumann's elephant, Palaeoloxodon naumanni (Makiyama) from the Late Pleistocene off Shakagahana, Shodoshima Is. in Seto Inland Sea, Japan. Bulletin Natn Sci Mus Tokyo, 15(3): 513-591

The Nauplius eye and frontal organs in Decapoda (Crustacea). Sarsia, 12: 1-68

The Nauplius larva of Anelasma squalicola (Loven). Journal of the Marine Biological Association Plymouth, 15: 125-128

The Naurzurum State Nature Reserve..

The Nautiloid Bathmoceras Barrande. Transactions of the Royal Society of South Australia, 632: 384-391

The Nautiloid Cephalopods of the Pennsylvanian system in the Mid-Continent region. Nebraska Geol Surv Bull, 9(2): 1-240

The Nautiloid Cephalopods of the Pennsylvanian system in the Mid-Continent region of Nebraska. N Jahrb Min Geol Palaont Stuttgart Refer, III5: 814

The Nautilus: a window to the past. Oceans, 65: 64-67

The Navajo nation. Nautilus Boston Mass, 33 109-111

The Nayades (Fresh-water Mussele) of the Upper Tennessee Drainage, with notes on synonymy and distribution. Philadelphia Proceedings of the American Philosophical Society, 57 521-526

The Nd isotopic composition in the Barents Sea, Nansen Basin and Fram Strait; water mass exchange between the Arctic and Atlantic Ocean. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 70(18-supp-S): 0

The Ne-A2 component in nanodiamond of meteorites; a possible origin. Abstracts of Papers Submitted to the Lunar and Planetary Science Conference 38: (Abstract 1037

The Neandertals from Husnjakovo Hill in the town of Krapina, northern Croatia. Periodicum Biologorum. July; 1083: 235-238

The Neanderthal tibia. Dissertation Abstracts, 32B 50

The Neanderthalian molar from Hunas, Germany. Homo 57(3): 187-200

The Neanderthals: Homo neanderthalensis or Homo sapiens neanderthalensis? Is there a contradiction between the paleogenetic and the paleoanthropological data?. Unknown

The Nearctic Atypidae. American Museum Novitates, 895: 1-19

The Nearctic Dixidae (Diptera). Miscellaneous Publications of the Entomological Society of America, 5: 233-278

The Nearctic Doryctinae, 2. The genus Doryctodes Hellen (Hymenoptera: Braconidae). Transactions of the American Entomological Society, 92: 503-517

The Nearctic Doryctinae, 3. The genus Callihormius Ashmead (Hymenoptera: Braconidae). Proceedings of the Entomological Society of Washington, 68: 240-246

The Nearctic Doryctinae. 7. The genus Doryctes Haliday (Hymenoptera: Braconidae). Transactions of the American Entomological Society, 94: 379-405

The Nearctic Doryctinae. I. A review of the subfamily with a taxonomic revision of the tribe Hecabolini (Hymenoptera: Braconidae). Annals of the Entomological Society of America, 58: 668-699

The Nearctic Nomoneura and Nemomydas (Diptera, Mydaidae).

The Nearctic Parnopes with an analysis of the male genitalia in the genus (Hymenoptera: Chrysididae). University of California Publications in Entomology, 36: 1-42

The Nearctic Ptiolina (Rhagionidae- Diptera). Journal of the Kansas Entomological Society, 20: 1-15

The Nearctic Region and its Mammals. Natural Science, III 288-292

The Nearctic and European species of the subgenus Phaedon (Chrysomelinae). Pan-Pacific Entomologist, 5: 44-47

The Nearctic components of the tribe Acanthocinini (Coleoptera: Cerambycidae). I, II, III. Annals of the Entomological Society of America, 49: 134-167

The Nearctic forms of Lycaeides Hub. (Lycaenidae, Lepidoptera). Psyche Cambridge Mass, 50: 87-99

The Nearctic genera of Errhomenini (Homoptera: Cicadellidae). Melanderia: 1-14

The Nearctic members of the genus Entomobrya (Collembola). Bulletin of the Museum of Comparative Zoology Harvard, 118: 437-545

The Nearctic members of the genus Lycaeides Hubner (Lycaenidae, Lepidoptera). Bulletin of the Museum of Comparative Zoology Harvard, 101: 479-541

The Nearctic obscurusella group of the genus Chionodes (Lepidoptera: Gelechiidae). Canadian Entomologist, 99: 75-85

The Nearctic plecopteran families: morphology and systematics. Bulletin of the Ohio Biological Survey, 141: 11-28

The Nearctic sawflies of the genera Amestategia, Aphilodyctium and Allantus (Hymenoptera: Tenthredinidae). Arbeiten ueber Morphologische und Taxonomische Entomologie Berlin, 4: 84-92

The Nearctic sawflies of the genus Hemitaxonus Ashmead (Hymenoptera, Tenthredinidae). Proceedings of the Entomological Society of Washington, 68: 113-120

The Nearctic sawflies of the genus Neurotoma (Hymenoptera, Pamphiliidae). Canadian Entomologist, 72: 201-206

The Nearctic snake fauna. Publications Herpet, 8,1975: 190-202

The Nearctic social wasps of the subfamily Poly biinae (Hymenoptera; Vespidae). Ent, Brooklyn: 87- 148

The Nearctic species of Contarinia which infest grasses (Diptera: Cecidomyiidae). Proceedings of the Entomological Society of Washington, 68: 318-320

The Nearctic species of Denticollis (Coleoptera, Elateridae). Proceedings of the Entomological Society of Washington, 54: 105-114

The Nearctic species of Elaphrothrips Buffa (Thysanoptera : Phlaeothripidae). Proceedings of the Entomological Society of Washington, 42: 75-90

The Nearctic species of Gasteruptiidae (Hymenoptera). Proceedings of the United States National Museum Washington, 100(no. 3259: 85-145

The Nearctic species of Iseropus (Hymenoptera: Ichneumonidae). Proceedings of the Entomological Society of Washington, 42: 51-58

The Nearctic species of Lophepyris, a new subgenus of Rhabdepyris (Hymenoptera, Bethylidae). Proceedings of the Entomological Society of Washington, 61: 201-204

The Nearctic species of Netelia (Paniscus of authors) and a revision of the genera of Netelini (Hymenoptera, Ichneumonidae). Lloydia, Cincinnati, Menasha: 168-231

The Nearctic species of Nitela, with a description of a new species of Solierella (Sphecidae: Hymenoptera). Entomological News Philadelphia, 45: 241-244

The Nearctic species of Oncopsis (Homoptera: Cicadellidae). Canadian Entomologist, 83: 185-194

The Nearctic species of Orgilus Haliday(Hymenoptera: Braconidae). Smithson. Contr. Zool., 30: 1-104

The Nearctic species of Pherbellia Robineau-Desvoidy, subgenus Oxytaenia Sack (Diptera, Sciomyzidae). Pap Acad. Sci. (Nat. Sci.): 31-38

The Nearctic species of Pnigalio and Sympiesis (Hymenoptera: Eulophidae). Mem ent Soc Can, 68,1970: 1-121

The Nearctic species of Tendipedini (Diptera, Tendipedidae(=Chironomidae)). American Midland Naturalist, 34: 1-206

The Nearctic species of Trigonalid wasps. Proc U S Natl Mus 106(3367): 295-304

The Nearctic species of parasitic flies belonging to Zenillia and allied genera. Proc U S Nation Mus 93(3157): 1-108

The Nearctic species of the Nemestrinid genus Rhynchocephalus Fischer (Diptera). Canadian Entomologist, 63: 68-72

The Nearctic species of the family Stephanidae (Hymenoptera). Proceedings of the United States National Museum Washington, 99(no. 3243: 361-370

The Nearctic species of the filth fly genus Meoneura (Diptera, Milichiidae). Annals of the Entomological Society of America, 52: 17-26

The Nearctic species of the genus Eurygast er (Hemiptera: Pentatomidae: Scutellerinae). Pan-Pacific Entomologist, 37: 97-107

The Nearctic species of the genus Idiocerus (Homoptera) in relation to their host plants. Unknown

The Nearctic species of the genus Periclista (Hymenoptera: Tenthredinidae). Transactions of the American Entomological Society Philadelphia, 75: 7-42

The Nearctic species of the genus Rhaphium Meigen (Dolichopodidae, Dipt.). Transactions of the Royal Canadian Institute, 15: 249-260

The Nearctic species of the hymenopterous genus Sympha Foerster. EntPhiladelphia: 168-172

The Nearetic sawfiies of the genus Rhogogaster (Hymenoptera). Pan-Pacific Entomologist, 19: 129-133

The Nearetic species of Evaniidae (Hymenoptera). Proceedings of the United States National Museum Washington, 99(no. 3253: 525-539

The Nearetic spiders of the family Heteropodidae. Journal of the Washington Academy of Sciences, 2711: 461- 474

The Neas Oar gullery and ternery. Proceedings Hampshire Field Club, 233: 32-45

The Nebraska Permian. Journal Geol, VII 357-374

The Nechako Basin; frontier potential close to home. CSPG Annual Convention 2002(2002

The need for double-sampling designs in survival studies: an application to monitor PEPFAR. Biometrics 65(1): 301-306

The Needle tailed swift found in Norway. Sterna, 8: 248-250

The Needle-tailed Swift in the western offshoots of the Salair Range. Ornitologia, 6: 484-485

The Neglected Counties of Ireland. Jnch: 282-286

The Nelson Sparrow in Georgia and Florida. Auk Cambridge N Ser, 25 318-319

The Nelsons of Rutgers. Estuarine Bulletin University of Delaware, 51: 12-15

The Neman River Delta: a potential Ramsar site in Kaliningrad, Russia. Unknown

The Nemastomatidoe and Trogulidoe of the United States.

The Nematinae (Hymenoptera Tenthredinidae) of southeast Asia. Entomologisk Tidskrift Stockholm, 84: 18-27

The Nematine genera Eitelius and Micro-nematus in North America (Hymenoptera: Tenthredinidae). Can: 1101-1104

The Nematocyst of Hydra (Part I). The question of control of the Nematocyst discharge reaction by fully fed Hydra. Ann Soc roy zool Belg 90. (for 1959-60 ; 2: 247-267

The Nematocyst of Hydra (Part II). The maturation of Nematocysts in Hydra. Annales de la Societe Royale Zoologique de Belgique. (for 1959-60 ; 902: 269-280

The Nematocyst of Hydra (Part III). The migration pathways of Nematocysts in Hydra. Annales de la Societe Royale Zoologique de Belgique. (for 1959-60 ; 902: 281-293

The Nematocyst of Hydra (Part IV). The inhibition of the Nematocyst formation process in Hydra. Annales de la Societe Royale Zoologique de Belgique. (for 1959-60 ; 902: 295-305

The Nematocyst of Hydra (Part V). The exchange of cnidoblast cells between two different species of Hydra. Annales de la Societe Royale Zoologique de Belgique. (for 1959-60 ; 902: 307-315

The Nematocysts in the Ctenophore Euchlora rubra. American Naturalist, 85: 73-74

The Nematocysts of Nudibranch Molluscs. Johns Hopkins University Circulars, XXII 22-24

The Nematocysts of Turbellaria. Quarterly Journal of Microscopical Science London ser 2: 52 261-277

The Nematode disease of wheat and rye. Farmers' Bulletin, no. 1607: 1-11

The Nematode fauna in the vegetable cultures in Kuba-Khachmass zone of Azerbaidjan. Trudy Instituta Zoologii Baku, 24: 138-151

The Nematode genus Physaloptera Rud. Proceedings of the Zoological Society of London, 1922: 999-1107

The Nematode genus Raillietostrongylus. Parasitology Cambridge, 17: 192-193

The Nematode genus Tanqua R. Blanchard. Annals and Magazine of Natural History, 17 223-232

The Nematodes as teaching material. School Science: 565-572

The Nematodes attacking cane roots in Hawaii. Unknown

The Nematognatha of Ceylon. Paru. I. Ceylon. J Sci Sect B: 16: 271-289

The Nematoid Haematozoa of Man. Quarterly Journal of Microscopical Science, XIX 245-259

The Nemertean parasites of Crabs. American Naturalist, XXXVI 431-450

The Nemerteans of Porto Rico. Bulletin of the United States Fish Commission, xx(pt. ii): 225-229

The Nemertines of Millport and its vicinity. Edinburgh Transactions of the Royal Society, 48 1-29

The Nemestrinidae (Diptera) in the V. v. Roder Collection. Zoologischer Anzeiger Leipzig, 100: 13-33

The Nemic fauna of the slime flux of the Carolina poplar. Journal of Agricultural Research Washington, 41: 427-434

The Nemocera not a natural group of Diptera. Annals of the Entomological Society of America, 8 93-98

The Nemours Wildlife Foundation: a new partner in wildlife conservation. Proceedings of the Annual Conference Southeastern Association of Fish and Wildlife Agencies, 55: 575-581

The Nene can be saved. Animal Kingdom, 61: 82-89

The Nene, state bird of Hawaii. Zoonooz, 35(2): 10-14

The Nenia from Puerto Rico: a nomenclatural note (Gastropoda: Clausiliidae). Informations. Soc belg Malac, 51: 7-8

The Neo-perlinae of the Ethiopian Region (Plecoptera, Perlidae). Transactions of the Royal Entomological Society of London, 103: 85-108

The Neo-tropical genus Melanopleuros (Hemiptera: Lygaeidae). Proceedings of the Entomological Society of Washington, 761: 22-30

The Neoacadian Orogeny in the Meguma Terrane, Nova Scotia, Canada. Abstracts with Programs - Geological Society of America 39(1): 69

The Neoacadian orogeny in the Southern and Central Appalachians; a kinematic model linking Middle Devonian-Early Mississippian accretion of the Carolina Superterrane, orogenic channel flow, and foreland sedimentation. Abstracts with Programs - Geological Society of America 39(1): 68

The Neocomian of Cordillera de la Costa NW of Vallenar (28 degrees 15' to 28 degrees 30'S); margin tectonics of the marine back-arc basin. Actas - Congreso Geologico Chileno 3, Tome I: A236-A261

The Neocorbicula (Mollusca, Pelecypoda) of the Parana-Uruguay basin, South America. Annals of the Carnegie Museum, 38: 1-96

The Neogene. Unknown

The Neogene Amphineura and Bivalvia (Protobranchia and Pteriomorphia) from Kallo and Doel (Oost-Vlaanderen, Belgium). Palaeontos, 2 i-ii, 1-100

The Neogene Bivalvia (Heterodonta and Anomalodesmata) and Scaphopoda from Kallo and Doel (Oost-Vlaanderen, Belgium). Palaeontos. April 2nd; 6: 1-142

The Neogene Veracruz Fault; evidences for left-lateral slip along the Southern Mexico Block. Bulletin de la Societe Geologique de France 179(2): 195-208

The Neogene and Pleistocene insectivores (Mammalia) of Poland. 3. Soricidae: Beremendia and Blarinoides. Acta Zoologica Cracoviensia, 2112: 359-385

The Neogene elephant fossils in Dianchi Basin of Kunming. Yunnan Geology, 243: 321-327 Series No 95

The Neogene in eastern Tunisia and in the Pelagian Sea; post-Tortonian geodynamics in the southern margin of the West Mediterranean. Seminaire National de Stratigraphie: Recueil des Resumes 2: 81-83

The Neogene of Algarve (Portugal). Universidade Nova de Lisboa Ciencias da Terra, 14: 277-288

The Neogene tectonic history of the North West Shelf, Australia. Exploration Geophysics (Melbourne) 38(3): 151-174

The Neogene wolverine Plesiogulo - the origin of Gulo (Carnivora, Mammalia). Acta zool: 1-22

The Neolithic human impact on wild horses in Germany and Switzerland: horse size variability and the chrono-ecological context. BAR International Series, 1560: 209-220

The Neolithic records of Onopordum acanthium , Agrostemma githago , Adonis cf. aestivalis and Claviceps purpurea in Sachsen-Anhalt, Germany. Vegetation History and Archaeobotany 17(1 Supplement): 123-130

The Neolithic revolution. Unknown

The Neolithic, Palaeolithic and the hunting farmers: man and land in the Antipodes. An address to the International Union for Quaternary Research, 9th International Congress, Christchurch, 3 December 1973. Conference int. Ass. quatern. Res, 9: 21-34

The Neolithic, Palaeolithic and the hunting gardeners: man and land in the Antipodes. Pages 21-35 1975

The Neomiodontidae. A new family of the Arcticacea (Pelecypoda). Proc. Soc. London: 208-222

The Neoproterozoic Centralian Superbasin. PESA Journal 22: 86

The Neoproterozoic Konnarock Formation, southwestern Virginia, USA; glaciolacustrine facies in a continental rift. 5: 47-59 1994

The Neoproterozoic Mwashya-Kansuki sedimentary rock succession in the Central African Copperbelt, its Cu-Co mineralization, and regional correlations. Gondwana Research 11(3): 414-431

The Neoproterozoic Old Fort Point Formation, southern Canadian Cordillera; Part 2, Sedimentology and sequence stratigraphic framework. Reservoir 35(4): 29-33

The Neoproterozoic Quatipuru Ophiolite and the Araguaia fold belt, central-northern Brazil, compared with correlatives in NW Africa. Geological Society Special Publications 294(Pages 297-318

The Neoproterozoic Uinta Mountain Group revisited; a synthesis of recent work on the Red Pine Shale and related undivided clastic strata, northeastern Utah, U. S. A. Special Publication - Society for Sedimentary Geology 86: 151-166

The Neoproterozoic carbon isotope excursions of the Doushantuo Formation (south China) viewed from organic carbon isotope systematics. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 70(18-supp-S): 0

The Neoproterozoic glacial record in the Rio de la Plata Craton; a critical reappraisal. Geological Society Special Publications 294(Pages 343-364

The Neoproterozoic of the northern Siberian Craton. Russian Geology and Geophysics 47(7): 862-877

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The Neoproterozoic supercontinent Palaeopangaea. Gondwana Research 12(3): 202-227

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The Neotropical Hecalinae (Horn. Cicadellidae). Annales Entomologici Fennici, 23: 133-143

The Neotropical Katydid genus Parascudderia Brunner (Orthoptera; Tettigoniidae; Phaneroterinae). Notulae Naturae Philadelphia, no 333: 1-11

The Neotropical Katydid genus Rossophyllum (Orthoptera; Tettigoniidae; Phaneropterinae). Transactions of the American Entomological Society, 83(1957): 209-219

The Neotropical annual killifish genus Pterolebias Garman (Teleostei: Cyprinodontiformes: Rivulidae): phylogenetic relationships, descriptive morphology, and taxonomic revision. Zootaxa. Oct 21; 1067: 1-36

The Neotropical caddisfly genus Canoptila (Trichoptera: Glossosomatidae). Zootaxa. Jul 27; 1272: 45-59

The Neotropical caddisfly genus Tolhuaca (Trichoptera: Glossosomatidae). Zootaxa. Oct 14; 1063: 53-68

The Neotropical genera Macrostomus Wiedemann and Porphyrochroa Melander (Diptera, Empididae, Empidinae). Revista Brasileira de Zoologia. setembro; 213: 439-448

The Neotropical genera Microthereva Malloch and Peralia Malloch (Diptera: Therevidae: Therevinae). Zootaxa. Aug 14; 1295: 1-27

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The Neotropical genera Procornitermes and Cornitermes (Isoptera, Termitidae). Bulletin of the American Museum of Natural History, 99: 475-539

The Neotropical genus Cryptocranium Serville, with the description of a new species (Coleoptera, Lamiidae). American Museum Novitates, no. 1916: 1-10

The Neotropical genus Labiotermes (Holmgren): its phytogeny, distribution, and ecology (Isoptera, Termitidae, Nasutitermitinae). American Museum Novitates, no. 2208: 1-33

The Neotropical genus Pazius (Mecoptera: Bittacidae). Occasional Papers of the Museum of Zoology University of Michigan Ann Arbor, no. 582: 1-7

The Neotropical genus Syntermes (Isoptera: Termitidae). Bulletin of the American Museum of Natural History, 83: 427-472

The Neotropical migratory bird conservation act: a workshop to discuss improvements and a brief summary of first year results. U S Forest Service General Technical Report PSW: 191: 83-85

The Neotropical solanum whitefly, Aleurotrachelus trachoides (Back) (Hem., Aleyrodidae), intercepted in the UK on sweet potato leaves imported from Gambia. Entomologist's Monthly Magazine. April-June; 1411691-1693: 94

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The Neotropical species of Melanosloma and allies (Syrphidae: Diptera). Amer it., New York: 4 pp.

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The Neotropical species of Sciophila Meigen (Diptera, Mycetophilidae). Studia Dipterologica, 131: 19-27

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The New Consort gold mine, Barberton greenstone belt, South Africa; orogenic gold mineralization in a condensed metamorphic profile. Mineralium Deposita 42(7): 715-735

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The New Forest Pony. Unknown

The New Forest cicada. Report Hampshire Isle of Wight Nat Trust Ltd, 1972-1973: 22-23

The New Genetics in the Soviet Union, Cambridge1946pp. 1-88. English with summaries in English French Spanish German and Russian

The New Guinea Snapping Turtle (Chelydra serpentina). Unknown

The New Guinea species of Culex (Culiciomyia), with descriptions of two new species. Proceedings of the Biological Society of Washington, 59: 143-153

The New Hebrides freshwater sponge Ephythitio fortis var. hebridensis nov. Annals and Magazine of Natural History, 4: 131-132

The New Holland mouse, Pseudomys novaehollandiae (Waterhouse), in the Port Stephens district, New South Wales. CSIRO Wildlife Research, 13: 45-58

The New Hydrobiae. Science Gossip, 131 & 132

The New Jersey State Surveillance Program Annual Report, 2004. Proceedings of the New Jersey Mosquito Control Association Inc 92: 36-44

The New Jersey ideal in the study and report upon injurious insects. U S Dep Agric Bull Exp Stat, 142: 4

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The New Materials of the Dendroid Graptolites of China. Palaeontologia Sinica N S: B5: 1-62

The New Mexican bees of the genus Coelioxys. Canadian Entomologist, XXXII 297-301

The New Mexican expedition of 1914-Ashmunella. Nautilus Boston Mass, 29 13-16, 29-35, 41-43

The New Mexican ridge-nosed rattlesnake. National Pks Conserv Mag, 483: 22-24

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The New Naturalist British Game.

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The New World Primates. Adaptive radiation and the evolution of social behavior, languages, and intelligence. Unknown

The New World Zoo and Aquarium Conservation Strategy WZACS (pron. wazacs (wah zaks!)) : A progress report. Zoos' Print. February; 182: 1-6

The New World genera and species of the Foxita complex (Hymenoptera; Sphecidae: Pemphilidini). Revista de Entomologia Rio de Janeiro, 13: 367-421

The New World genus Centronopus, with new generic synonymy and a new species (Coleoptera: Tenebrionidae). Transactions of the American Entomological Society, 88: 1-19

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The New World orioles. Museum Talk, 39: 7-9

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The New World species of Cerodontha (Xenophytomyza) Frey (Diptera: Agromyzidae). Zootaxa 178 (9 April): 1-8

The New World species of Chrysomela L. (Coleoptera: Chrysomelidae). Canadian Entomologist Ottawa Suppl, 883: 1-54

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The New World species of the genus Solenopsis (Hymenop. Formicidae). Proceedings of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences Boston, 66: 39-151

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The New World treehopper tribe Microcentrini (Hemiptera, Membracidae, Stegaspidinae): monographic revision and phylogenetic position.

The New York Academy of Sciences and the American intellectual tradition: an historical overview. Transactions of the New York Academy of Sciences 37: 3-13

The New York Entomological Club and Papilio.. Journal of the New York Entomological Society, 56: 119-136

The New York State bird conservation area (BCA) program: a model for the United States. U S Forest Service General Technical Report PSW: 191: 208-212

The New York State-threatened longear sunfish, Lepomis megalotis: collection, rearing and recovery efforts.

The New York cross-state channels; evidence for complex and large scale late Wisconsin meltwater drainage events. Abstracts with Programs - Geological Society of America 39(1): 88-89

The New York monk parakeet retrieval program. Unknown

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The New York Zoological Park And Aquarium. Science 17(424): 265-267

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The New Zealand Cetacea. Fisheries Research Bulletin New Zealand, 1: 1-92

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The New Zealand Falcon. Oologists' Record, 22: 13-15

The New Zealand Geological Timescale Project; purpose, progress and provisos.

The New Zealand Harvestmen (sub-order Laniatores). Canterbury Museum Bulletin, 2: 1-329

The New Zealand Merino Company - a network approach. International Journal of Entrepreneurship and Small Business 5(2): 179

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The New Zealand Onychophora. Tane, Auckland: 95-103

The New Zealand Owl (Sceloglaux albifaces, Gray) in captivity. Transactions Norfolk Soc, VI 154-158

The New Zealand Pana-shell. New Zealand Journal of Science and Technology, 165: 296

The New Zealand Pied Tit. Avicultural Magazine, 67: 145-146

The New Zealand Psychodidae: a study based upon the collection and manuscript notes of the late Dr. A. L. Tonnoir. Transactions of the Royal Entomological Society of London, 101: 147-178

The New Zealand Saddlebacks. Ibis, 594-598

The New Zealand Sandhoppers belonging to the genus Talorchestia. Transactions and Proceedings of the New Zealand Institute, 49(1916): 292-303

The New Zealand Scamperdown Whale (Mesoplodon grayi) in South Australian waters. Records of the South Australian Museum, 4: 488-496

The New Zealand Triassic stages and their significance. GNS Science Miscellaneous Series Pages 44

The New Zealand Tui (Prosthemddera novaeseelandiae). Avicultural Magazine 5: 7: 103-110

The New Zealand Vegetable Caterpillar. Victorian Naturalist, VII 110-114

The New Zealand cave snail Opacuincola ponder (Hydrodiidae) and a north island record. Poirieria, 71: 21-23

The New Zealand coal band; molecular compositional changes of a complete maturity series and their potential for feeding the deep biosphere. Pages 558-559 2005

The New Zealand crayfish Jasus edwardsii (Hutton 1875). Fisheries Technical Report New Zealand Marine Department, 30: 1-54

The New Zealand fauna and its origins. Proceedings of the Royal Society of New Zealand, 891: 51-56

The New Zealand fiordlands. Forest and Bird, 166: 12-14

The New Zealand flatworm in Yorkshire. Yorkshire Naturalists Union Bulletin, 43: 26-27

The New Zealand fur seal, Arctocephalus forsteri (Lesson) at Macquarie Island, 1949-64. CSIRO Wildlife Research, 10: 83-99

The New Zealand genus Duvaliomimus Jeannel (Coleoptera: Carabidae). Proct. Soc. London (B): 183-188

The New Zealand genus Meta-crias Meyrick (Lepidoptera: Arctiidae). Systematics and distribution. Trans, royN.Z., Wellington (Zool.): 153-167

The New Zealand geological timescale. Institute of Geological and Nuclear Sciences Monograph, 22 i-vi, 1-284

The New Zealand geological timescale; comprehensive revision completed. Newsletter - Geological Society of New Zealand 135(Pages 19-20

The New Zealand geosyncline. Newsletter - Geological Society of New Zealand 69: 41-42

The New Zealand glow-worm Boletophila (Arachnocampa) luminosa: summary of observations. Annals and Magazine of Natural History Series 9: 17: 228-235

The New Zealand grayling a vanishing species.

The New Zealand long-tailed cuckoo: nest parasite or predator?. Emu, 724: 179-180

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The New Zealand moth genus Irenicodes (Lepidoptera: Cycnodiidae). N Z Ent, 5: 53-55,1 p1

The New Zealand occurrences of the pygmy sperm whale, Kogia breviceps. Rec Dominion Mus 3(3): 229-234

The New Zealand plant-hoppers of the Family Cixiidae (Homoptera). Transactions of the New Zealand Institute, 55: 315-326

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The New Zealand rock lobster or marine spiny crayfish Jasus edwardsii (Hutton). Distribution, growth, embyology and development. Fisheries Technical Report New Zealand Marine Department, 29: 1-46

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The New Zealand species of Melagraphia Gray and Zediloma Finlay (Mollusca, Gastropoda). Transactions of the Royal Society of New Zealand, 85: 659-679

The New Zealand species of Oliarus (Hem. Cixiidae). Transactions of the Royal Society of New Zealand, 81: 71-72

The New Zealand species of Potamopyrgus (Gastropoda: Hydrobiidae). Malacologia, 10: 283-321

The New Zealand species of Spaniocera (Plecoptera, Notonemourinae) and a generic correction in the Notonemourinae. New Zealand Journal of Marine and Freshwater Research, 2: 29-35

The New Zealand species of the Amphipodan genus Elasmopus. Transactions and Proceedings of the New Zealand Institute Wellington, 47 320-330

The New Zealand species of the genera Aglaja Renier 1804 and Chelidonura A. Adams. Poirieria, 64: 79-83

The New Zealand species previously known as Zelaxitas Finlay, 1927 (Mollusca:Gastropoda). Records of the Dominion Museum Wellington, 517: 163-176

The New Zealand volutes part 2. Poirieria, 2: 35-38

The New Zealand wattlebirds (Callaeidae). Proceedings International Ornith Congr, 16: 161-170

The New-World distribution of Alydut calcaratus (L.) with comment on the disposal of the name Coriscus Schrank, 1796 (Hemiptera, Coreidae). Proceedings of the Entomological Society of Washington, 55: 315-318

The New-foundland Lobster fishery: an account of statistics, methods and important laws. Res Bull Newfoundland, no. 11: 1-42

The Newfoundland Seal Fishery. Science 80(2074): 289-289

The New-man Library. AvicultLondon: 42-43

The Newbigging esker system, Lanarkshire, southern Scotland; a model for composite tunnel, subaqueous fan and supraglacial esker sedimentation. Special Publication of the International Association of Sedimentologists 39(Pages 177-202

The Newcastle Coal Measures: stratigraphy, sedimentology and sequence stratigraphy. Publication - University of Newcastle, Department of Geology 791: 77-84

The Newcastle earthquake - observations from the Queensland Government task force. Advances in the Study of the Sydney Basin: Proceedings of the Symposium 24: 114-115

The Newer Granite problem revisited; a transtensional origin for the Early Devonian Trans-Suture Suite. Geological Magazine 145(2): 235-256

The Newfound, land Robin in Michigan. Auk, 59: 432

The Newfoundland Gannet Colony: with, recent information on the other North American Gannetries. Ibis, 584-594

The Newfoundland Seal-fishery and its possible influence on the Greenlanders. Polar Record Cambridge, 16: 99-103

The Newfoundland Veery (Hylotichla fuscescens fuliginosa) in Massachusetts. Auk, XVIII 198

The Newfoundland Wolf. Journal of Mammalogy, 18: 229-234

The Newfoundland hairy woodpecker. Cambridge Proceedings of the New England Zoological Club, 4 37-38

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The North American Fauna. No. 4. Descriptions of Twenty-six New Species of North American Mammals. Unknown

The North American Goatsuckers. Am: 669-675

The North American Heleomyzid genus Lutomyia with description of a new species. Occasional Papers of the Museum of Zoology University of Michigan Ann Arbor, no. 517: 6

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The North American Jumping Mice. American Naturalist, XXXIV 199-202

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The North American Mesozoic. Science 14(344): 160-166

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The North American Mutillidae. Transactions of the American Entomological Society, XXV 219-292

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The North American Nymphulindoe and Scopariinoe. New York, N Ent. Soc: 77-107

The North American Oryssidae. Transactions of the American Entomological Society, XXVII 317, 318

The North American Pemphredonidae. Transactions of the American Entomological Society, XIX 307-326

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The North American Tingitidae (Heteroptera) described by Stal. Annals of the Carnegie Museum, 16: 375-380

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The North American and Greenland species of Sympistis (Lepidoptera). Canadian Entomologist, 56: 212-215

The North American and Mexican tribe Clematodini (Orthoptera: Acrididae, Cyrtacanthacridinae). Proceedings of the Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia, 113: 135-156

The North American and West Indian digger wasps of the genus Sphex (Ammophila auct.). Unknown

The North American ants of the genus Camponotus Mayr. Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences, 20 295-354

The North American ants of the genus Dolichoderus. Bull Mus: 305-319

The North American ants of the genus Harpagoxenus Forel, with the description of a new species (Hymenoptera: Formicidae). Proceedings of the Entomological Society of Washington, 41: 165-172

The North American ants of the genus Liometopum. Bulletin of the American Museum, 20: 321-333

The North American ants of. the genus Stenamma sensu stricto. Psyche, X 164-168

The North American arboreal Squirrels. American Naturalist, XXXIII 635-642

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The North American beetles of the genus Coccinella. Proc U S Nation Mus 80(4): 1-32

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The North American birds of Thomas Pennant. Journal of the Society for the Bibliography of Natural History, 4: 100-124

The North American birds of Virginia-Chroniclers. Journal of the Society for the Bibliography of Natural History, 32: 92-101

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