2 edition of Philippine Zoological Expedition, 1946-1947 found in the catalog.
Philippine Zoological Expedition, 1946-1947
Robert F. Inger
Bibliography: p. 516-523.
|Other titles||Systematics and zoogeography of Philippine amphibia.|
|Series||Chicago Natural History Museum. Publication, 732, Fieldiana: zoology,, v. 33, no. 4, Publication (Chicago Natural History Museum) ;, 732., Fieldiana: zoology ;, v. 33, no. 4.|
|LC Classifications||QL1 .F4 vol. 33, no. 4|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||531|
|LC Control Number||54012769|
Barbourula busuangensis Taylor and Noble, is a poorly known basal aquatic frog from the Philippines. Here we describe some features of the head anatomy of B. busuangensis, with a focus on jaw and eye musculature and the cranial skeleton, based on 3D reconstructions from serial histological sections of a metamorphosed but not fully grown (subadult) female and two Cited by: 2. Philippine Zoological Expedition Tabanidae (Diptera). 84 p., 33 figs, wrps (bottom edges somewhat waterstained). ED; € 12 Phillip, C.B., A Catalogue of the Blood-Sucking Fly Family Tabanidae (Horseflies and Deerflies) of the Nearctic Region North of Mexico. 68 p., published in The American Midland Naturalist 37#2.
Philippine Zoological Expedition Notes on Philippine Mosquitoes, XIII. Philippine Zoological Expedition Tabanidae (Diptera). 84 p., 33 figs, wrps (bottom edges somewhat waterstained); ED € 12 This book describes effective methods and equipment for collecting, identifying, rearing, examining, and preserving. The murine genus Bullimus includes large-bodied rats native to the Philippines that have relatively short, bicolored tails, long hind feet, elongate heads, and distinctive morphology of the auditory bullae (Musser and Heaney ).As originally described by Mearns (), Bullimus was only vaguely defined and was considered a subgenus of Rattus until Cited by:
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Philippine Zoological Expedition Camptopterohelea A New Genus of Ceratopogonidae from the Philippines (Diptera),Field Museum of Natural History, Chicago, Illinois, Fieldiana, Zoology, Vol Number 7: pages with 1 figure. by Writh, W. and Hubert, A.
and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at. Title. Systematics and zoogeography of Philippine amphibia. Title Variants: Alternative: Philippine Zoological Expedition, Related Titles. Series. Philippine Zoological Expedition Stag Beetles (Coleoptera: 1946-1947 book,Fieldiana, Zoology, Vol Number 5: pages with 1 figure.
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Philippine Zoological Expedition, [Chicago] Chicago Natural History Museum, The Philippine deer (Rusa marianna) (Filipino: Usa; Waray: Bugsok), also known as the Philippine sambar or Philippine brown deer, is a vulnerable deer species endemic to the Philippines. It was first described from introduced populations in Guam and Class: Mammalia.
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He was one of the most renowned land snail experts of his time and had earned a reputation for his comprehensive revisions of mainly terrestrial worked on land snails from all regions of the world but Fields: Malacology. Systematics and zoogeography of Philippine amphibia by Robert F.
Inger; 2 editions; First published in ; Subjects: Amphibians, Geographical distribution, Identification, Accessible book, Philippine Zoological Expedition, ; Places: Philippines. Philippine Zoological Expedition,Amphibians -- Philippines Publisher [Chicago] Chicago Natural History Museum Collection biodiversity; fieldiana Digitizing sponsor University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign Contributor University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign Language English Volume Fieldiana Zoology v, no.4Pages: The Types and Status of Chrysops Ceras (Diptera, Tabanidae).
by Philip, Cornelius B. and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at Philippine Zoological Expedition,Ceratopogonidae, Diptera -- Philippines Publisher [Chicago] Chicago Natural History Museum Collection biodiversity; fieldiana Digitizing sponsor University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign Contributor University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign Language English Volume Fieldiana Zoology v, no.7Pages: Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published.
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Writh, W. and Hubert, A. Philippine Zoological Expedition Camptopterohelea A New Genus of Ceratopogonidae from the Philippines (Diptera). Field Museum of Natural History, Chicago, Illinois,Fieldiana, Zoology, Vol Number 7: pages with 1 figure. Softbound, previous owners book stamp, text in good condition.
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Chicago Natural History Museum 42(11), Turner C, Tamblyn A, Dray R, Maunder L, and Raines P. The Biodiversity of the Upper Imbang-Caliban Watershed, North Negros Forest Reserve, Negros Occidental, Philippines. Bern Tryon Herpetological Library Herpetological Books - For Sale Systematics and Zoogeography of Philippine Amphibia.
Philippine Zoological Expedition Chicago Natural History Museum, Chicago, Illinois, Hard Cover. Fieldiana: Zoology, Vol Number The book is composed of three parts, the first two covering. Abstract.
The Tabanidae form a large family of about described species found throughout the world. Although they are generally called horse-flies, several other vernacular names are used, including gadflies, stouts, elephant-flies, buffalo-flies, mooseflies, clegs (genus Haematopota), deer-flies (genus Chrysops) and greenheads (for Nearctic species of salt Cited by: Traub, R.
Fleas Collected by the Chicago Natural History Museum Expedition to the Philippines, The Biological Society of Washington,Proceedings of the Biological Society of Washington, Volume 24 pages with 31 figures.
Softbound, minor signs of use and age, text in very good condition. $The Philippine pangolin (Manis culionensis), also known as the Palawan pangolin, is endemic to the Philippines and is range-restricted, being distributed only in the Palawan faunal species reaches a total length of cm and typically weighs 4–7 kg.
Pangolin populations in the Philippines were previously ascribed to the Sunda pangolin (M. javanica) and the Philippine Author: Sabine Schoppe, Lydia K.D. Katsis, Dexter Alvarado, Levita Acosta-Lagrada.