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

Vol. 1 - Vol. 153 (1858 - 1969)

Schmidt, Karl Patterson. Turtles collected by the Smithsonian Biological Survey of the Panama Canal Zone. 9 pp. 1 August 1946.

 

2 v 49 Baird, Spencer Fullerton and Charles Girard. Catalogue of North American reptiles in the museum of the Smithsonian Institution. Part I. Serpents. xvi + 172 pp. January 1853. (March 1853; see discussion in Adler, K., 1963, J. Ohio Herpetol. Soc. 4(1-2):55-57.)
2 vii Owen, R. Reptiles. In Directions for collecting, preserving, and transporting specimens of natural history (Third Edition). 40 pp. (pp. 22-23). March 1859.
15 xi 320 Henry, Joseph. Circular relating to collections of living reptiles. 2 pp. 1878.
517 Yarrow, H. C. Check list of North American Reptilia and Batrachia, based on specimens contained in the U.S. National Museum. 28 pp. 1883.
45 1425 Lucas, Frederic A. A new plesiosaur. p. 96. 9 December 1903. (Quarterly Issue Vol. 1)
45 1450 Smith, Hugh M. Notes on the breeding habits of the yellow-bellied terrapin. pp. 252-253. 11 April 1904.
47 2 1487 Stejneger, Leonhard. A new species of lizard from the Riukiu Archipelago, Japan. pp. 294-295. 9 November 1904. (Quarterly Issue Vol. 2)
48 4 1696 Reese, Albert M. The breeding habits of the Florida alligator. pp. 381-387. 4 May 1907. (Quarterly Issue Vol. 3)
50 1 1706 Stejneger, Leonhard. A new calamarine snake from the Philippine Islands. pp. 30-31. 8 April 1907. (Quarterly Issue Vol. 4)
51 1 1791 Reese, Albert M. The development of the American alligator (A. mississippiensis). 66 pp. 1908.
52 4 1874 Stejneger, Leonhard. Description of a new frog from the Philippine Islands. pp. 437-439. 4 August 1909. (Quarterly Issue Vol. 5)
54 2 1922 Reese, Albert M. Development of the brain of the American alligator: The paraphysis and hypophysis. 20 pp. 1910.
56 11 1946 Reese, Albert M. Development of the digestive canal of the American alligator. 25 pp. 29 October 1910.
61 5 2184 Gilmore, Charles W. A new dinosaur from the Lance Formation of Wyoming. 5 pp. 24 May 1913.
61 8 2232 Foote, J.S. The comparative histology of the femur. 9 pp. 22 August 1913.
63 3 2262 Gilmore, Charles W. A new ceratopsian dinosaur from the Upper Cretaceous of Montana, with note on HVpacrosaurus. 10 pp. 21 March 1914.
65 2 2356 Reese, Albert M. The development of the lungs of the alligator. 11 pp. 3 March 1915.
72 10 2652 Foote, J. S. The circulatory system in bone. 20 pp. 20 August 1921.
72 14 2663 Gilmore, Charles W. A new sauropod dinosaur from the Ojo Alamo Formation of New Mexico. 9 pp. 31 January 1922.
77 9 2832 Gilmore, Charles W. Fossil footprints from the Grand Canyon. 41 pp. 20 January 1926.
80 3 2917 Gilmore, Charles W. Fossil footprints from the Grand Canyon: Second contribution. 78 pp. 30 July 1927.
80 8 2956 Gilmore, Charles W. Fossil footprints from the Grand Canyon: Third contribution. 16 pp. 28 January 1928.
81 8 3010 Metcalf, Maynard M. Parasites and the aid they give in problems of taxonomy, geographical distribution, and paleogeography. 36 pp. 28 February 1929.
82 16 3110 Reese, Albert M. The ductless glands of Alligator mississippiensis. 14 pp. 9 March 1931.
89 1 3181 Schmidt, Karl Patterson. Amphibians and reptiles collected by the Smithsonian Biological Survey of the Panama Canal Zone. 20 pp. 16 March 1933
91 11 3243 Chitwood, B. G. Two new nematodes. 4 pp. 13 April 1934.
92 7 3259 Cochran, Doris M. Herpetological collections from the West Indies made by Dr. Paul Bartsch under the Walter Rathbone Bacon Scholarship, 1928-30. 47 pp. 15 October 1934.
98 16 3541 McIntosh, Allen. A new dicrocoeliid trematode collected on the Presidential Cruise of 1938. 2 pp. 8 June 1939.
99 16 3602 Gilmore, Charles W. New fossil lizards from the Upper Cretaceous of Utah. 3 pp. 9 December 1940.
99 19 3629 Smith, Hobart M. Notes on Mexican snakes of the genus Geophis. 6 pp. 19 February 1941.
99 20 3630 Smith, Hobart M. Further notes on Mexican snakes of the genus Salvadora. 12 pp. 21 February 1941.
101 2 3638 Mittleman, M. B. and Harry G. M. Jopson. A new salamander of the genus Gyrinophilus from the southern Applachians. 5 pp. 14 July 1941.
102 3646 Vasquez de Espinoza, Antonio. Compendium and description of the West Indies. 862 pp. 1 September 1942. (Translated by Charles Upson Clark from original 17th Century manuscript. Spanish Edition is Vol. 108)
106 4 3848 Cochran, Doris M. Notes on the herpetology of the Pearl Islands, Panama. 8 pp. 24 June 1946.
106 13 3857 Gilmore, Charles W. A new carnivorous dinosaur from the Lance Formation of Montana. 19 pp. 12 September 1946.
106 19 3867 Reese, Albert M. The lamina terminalis and preoptic recess in Amphibia. 9 pp. 27 January 1947.
117 17 4096 Mittleman, M. B. A generic synopsis of the lizards of the subfamily Lygosominae. 35 pp. 4 November 1952.
123 7 4181 Fries, Carl, Jr., Claude W. Hibbard and David H. Dunkle. Early Cenozoic vertebrates in the red conglomerate at Guanajuato, Mexico. 25 pp. 17 February 1955.
139 1 4372 Peabody, Frank E. The oldest known reptile, Eosauravus copei Williston. 13 pp. 7 May 1959.
151 2 4666 Rand, A. Stanley and Patricia J. Rand. Aspects of the ecology of the iguanid lizard Tropidurus toruatus at Belem, Para. 16 pp. 8 July 1966.

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