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All works on insects, butterflies, beetles, spiders, scorpions, etc
All works on animals in general: geographically, historically, etc
All works on lizards, snakes, frogs, toads, newts, turtles, etc
All works on extant and extinct fishes, and on angling & fishing
All invertebrates except molluscs, insects, spiders and allies
All works on shells, snails, slugs, bivalves, cephalopods, etc
All works on mammals from mammuths to mice, extinct an/or living
All works on birds and birders, including oology, nidology, etc
Williams, J. D. et al.
Freshwater mussels of Alabama & the Mobile Basin in Georgia, Mississippi & Tennessee.
Tuscaloosa, AL, The University of Alabama Press, 2008. Large, thick 4to (30.0 x 22.8 cm). xv, 908 pp.; numerous, nearly all full colour illustrations. Publisher's pictorial laminated hardcover.Read more
Spagnesi, M., S. Toso and A. M. de Marinis (eds.).
[Roma], Ministero dell'Ambiente, Servizio Conservazione della Natura, and Instituto Nazionale per la Fauna Selvatica A. Ghigi, 2000. Two parts in two. Elephant folio (Atlas), 4to (text). 204 pp.; 83 fine coloured loose plates, all by Umberto Catalano. In original cloth portfolio with gilt title and vignette (49.2 x 34.6 x 5.1 cm).Read more
Complete acarological works. Acari Myriopoda and Scorpiones (1882-1903) in 12 volumes [AND] Collected acarological papers from "Redia" (1903-1923) in five volumes [AND] Complete acarological works. Varia (1881-1923) in two volumes. [Complete].
Firenze [REPRINT, The Hague, 1977-1982]. In 19 volumes. 8vo (18 parts: 23.1 x 15.6 cm), 4to (one part: 29.7 x 20.8 cm). Over 7000 pages and numerous plates (some folded). Uniform full dark brown cloth with gilt titles on front boards and spines.Read more
Collections for a monograph of Tasmanian land shells.
Hobart Town, Tasmania, [the author], 1871. 8vo (22.4 x 14.4 cm). iii,  pp.; two tissue-guarded lithographed plates with explanatory text leaves; two printed additional slips. Later black half linen over patterned boards. Gilt title on the spine. Original printed wrappers bound in.Read more