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Department of Vertebrate Zoology

Division of Amphibians & Reptiles

Hyalinobatrachium pellucidum
Hyalinobatrachium pellucidum Ecuador, Napo Province. Photographed by Roy McDiarmid

Currently called "Smithsonian Year"; inclusion of scientific papers was discontinued in 1964.

 

YEAR

1854. Brainard, David. On the nature and cure of the bite of serpents and wounds of poisoned arrows. Pp. 123-136. 1855.

1854. Head, J.F. Some remarks on the natural history of the country about Fort Ripley, Minnesota. Pp. 291-293. 1855.

1854. Mann, Charles. Habits of a species of salamander (Amblystoma opacum) Bd. Pp. 294-295. 1855.

1854. Hoy, P.R. On the Amblystoma luridum, a salamander inhabiting Wisconsin. Pp. 295. 1855.

1877. Weismann, August. On the change of the Mexican axolotl to an Amblystoma. Pp. 349-375. 1878.

1888. Dall, William H.  Professor Baird in Science. Pp. 731-738. 1890.

1889. Lucas, Frederic A.  Animals recently extinct, or threatened with extinction, as represented in the collections of the U.S. National Museum. Pp. 609-649. 1891.

1893. Marey, E.J. Comparative locomotion of different animals. Pp. 501-504. 1894.

1900. Lucas, Frederic A. The restoration of extinct animals. Pp. 479-492. 1901.

1901. Lucas, Frederic A. The dinosaurs or terrible lizards. Pp. 641-647. 1902.

1901. Langley, S.P. The greatest flying creature. Pp. 649-653. 1902.

1901. Lucas, Frederic A. The greatest flying creature, the great pterodactyl Ornithostoma. Pp. 654-659. 1902.

1902. Howes, G.B. The morphological method and recent progress in zoology. Pp. 581-608. 1903.

1906. Andrews, C.W. The recently discovered Tertiary Vertebrata of Egypt. Pp. 295-307. 1907.

1911. Pozzi, S. The garden of serpents, Butantan, Brazil. Pp. 441-446. 1912.

1912. Kammerer, Paul. Adaptation and inheritance in the light of modern experimental investigation. Pp. 421-441. 1913.

1914. Baker, Frank. The National Zoological Park and its inhabitants. Pp. 445-478. 1915.

1917. Safford, W.E. Natural history of Paradise Key and the nearby Everglades of Florida. Pp. 377-434. 1919.

1917. Hollister, N. The National Zoological Park: A popular account of its collections. Pp. 543-593. 1919.

1918. Gilmore, Charles W. Reptile reconstructions in the United States National Museum. Pp. 271-280. 1922.

1920. Gilmore, Charles W. The horned dinosaurs. Pp. 381-388. 1922.

1923. Matthew, W.D. Recent progress in vertebrate paleontology. Pp. 273-289. 1925.

1923. Hollister, N. Animals in the National Zoological Park. Pp. 291-338. 1925.

1923. Sowerby, Arthur de Cable. The natural history of China. Pp. 351-368. 1925.

1925. McAtee, W.L. The role of vertebrates in the control of insect pests. Pp. 415-437. 1926.

1929. Tolmachoff, I.P. Extinction and extermination. Pp. 269- 284. 1930.

1938. Walker, Ernest P. Eyes that shine at night. Pp. 349-360. 1939.

1941. Walker, Ernest P. Care of captive animals. Pp. 305-366. 1942.

1941. Stirling, M.W. Snake bites and the Hopi Snake Dance. Pp. 551-555. 1942.

1943. Cochran, Doris M. Dangerous reptiles. Pp. 275-323. 1944.

1951. Clark, A.H. The fauna of America. Pp. 287-302. 1952.

1951. Leutscher, Alfred. The mechanics of snakes. Pp. 303-312. 1952.

1952. Clark, A.H. The ecology, evolution, and distribution of the vertebrates. Pp. 283-303. 1953.

1959. Goin, Coleman J. Amphibians, pioneers of terrestrial breeding habits. Pp. 427-445. 1960.

1964. Russell, Findlay E. Venomous animals and their toxins. Pp. 477-487. 1965.

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