Many new data on the herpetology of the South West of Western Australia

Michaelsen, W. and R. Hartmeyer (eds.)

Die Fauna südwest-Australiens. Ergebnisse der Hamburger südwest-Australischer Forschungsreise 1905.

Published 1907-1914
Item ID 9177

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Jena, Gustav Fischer, 1907-1914. Four (of five) parts in four. 4to (26.5 x 19.0 cm). 2,143 pp.; one map, 42 plates (some coloured). Contemporary uniform half-calf with gilt titles on spines. Marbled endpapers. Top edges gilt. All original printed wrappers bound in.

A major scientific survey on the fauna of southwestern Australia, including contributions by Werner on Amphibia (22 pp.), Geckonidae and Scincidae (43 pp., seven fine text illustrations), and on all other reptiles (28 pp., two plates). Also many entomological contributions with good illustrations and numerous new species. Papers include Forel on Formicidae, Szépligeti on Braconidae and Ichneumonidae, Simon on Araneae, Ulmer on Trichoptera and Ephemeroptera, Kraepelin on Scorpiones, Silvestri on Isoptera, Jacobi on Homoptera (Hemiptera), Ris on Odonata, Attems on Myriapoda, Augener on Polychaeta, Clark on Crinoidea, Döderlein on Echinoidea, Thiele on Mollusca. Volume one contains the travelogue with station list. The last volume, containing papers published 12 years after WWI, is wanting. However, this does not contain any further herpetological contributions. Ex library copy with bookplate on front paste-downs, perforated library stamp on title pages and small, weak library stamp on plate versos (not shining through). Boards rubbed, contents good. Scarce.

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