125 items found
Comments on Linnaean types
Deraniyagala, P. E. P.
Some of Linné's reptiles and a mammal from Ceylon and elsewhere that are in Sweden. [AND] Some little-known characters of the two subspecies of Lepidochelys olivacea (Eschscholtz).
Colombo, The National Museums of Ceylon, 1961. 4to (27.9 x 21.3 cm). 8 [1, 7] pp.; two plates, three (groups of) text figures. Disbound.Read more
Untersuchungen über die vergleichende Anatomie des Gehirnes. 3. Neue studien über das Vorderhirn der Reptilien. Mit IV Tafeln und XIV Textfiguren.
Frankfurt am Main, Moritz Diesterweg, 1896. Large 4to (29.8 x 23.1 cm). Two title pages, 75 pp.; 14 text engravings, four fine, chromolithographed plates. Original printed wrappers.Read more
An impressive and thought-provoking herpeto-geographical map
On the oft-ignored caecilians
The guide to Triceratops
Essential work on fossil turtles
A seldom seen publication on French reptiles
An excellent copy
Giant plate with very detailed engravings
Robert Mertens handwritten concept of a paper on snakes
A fine plate by the Parisian painter and lithographer Jean-Victor Vincent Adam
A glimpse of Robert Mertens at work
[Original manuscript of his paper on the development of salamanders from the Caucasus]
[Frankfurt am Main, 1968]. Handwritten on rectos (and one verso) of two uniform, loose, ruled leaves (21.0 x 14.9 cm), and two leaves (30.0 x 21.0 cm) of the same text, as typed manuscript.Read more