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Hyalinobatrachium pellucidum
Hyalinobatrachium pellucidum Ecuador, Napo Province. Photographed by Roy McDiarmid
4 199 Carlin, William E. Observations on Siredon lichenoides. Pp. 120-121. 2 June 1881 (18 July 1881).
4 245 Shufeldt, R.W. Remarks upon the osteology of Opheosaurus ventralis. Pp. 392-400. 10 April 1882 (25 April 1882).
4 249 True, Frederick W. On the North American land tortoises of the genus Xerobates. Pp. 434-449. 6-13 May 1882 (18 May 1882).
5 276 Carbonnier, M. Note on the habits and the rearing of the axolotl, Amblystoma mexicanum. Pp. 221-222. 25 July 1882 (5 August 1882). (Translated by Tarleton H. Bean).
5 299 Yarrow, H.C. Descriptions of new species of reptiles and amphibians in the United States National Museum. Pp. 438-443. 29 September 1882 (11 November 1882).
6 7-9 353 Stearns, W.A. Notes on the natural history of Labrador. Pp. 111-137. 27 July-20 September 1883 (27 September 1883).
6 10 359 Yarrow, H.C. Description of new species of reptiles in the United States National Museum. Pp. 152-154. 5 October 1883 (11 October 1883).
6 27 396 Walker, S.T. On the origin of the fossil bones discovered in the vicinity of Tisels Ford, Florida. Pp. 427-429. 10 August 1883 (11 April 1884).
8 14 512 Hay, O.P. Description of a new species of Amblystoma (Amblystoma copeianum) from Indiana. Pp. 208-213. 8 June 1885 (24 July 1885).
8 15 515 Beyer, H.G. The influence of variations of temperature upon the rate and the work of the heart of the slider terrapin (Pseudemys rugosa). Pp. 225- 229. 13 July 1885 (29 July 1885).
8 App. Lucas, Frederick A. Notes on the preparation of rough skeletons. Pp. 679-686. 1885 (also circular # 33) .
9 559 Ferrari-Perez, Fernando. Catalogue of animals collected by the Geographical and Exploring Commission of the Republic of Mexico. III. Reptiles with descriptions of new species by E. D. Cope. Pp. 182-199. 1128 September 188611 (Pp. 182-192, published 2 October 1886; pp. 193-199, 22 October 1886).
10 615 Cope, E.D. On a new species of Tropidonotus found in Washington. P. 146. 2 July 1887.
10 623 Townsend, C.H. Field-notes on the mammals, birds and reptiles of northern California. Pp. 159-241. 2 July 1887.
10 645 Cope, E.D. List of the Batrachia and Reptilia of the Bahama Islands. Pp. 436-439. 3 November 1887.
11 678 Duges, A. Description of Storeria dekayi, var. anomola. Pp. 9-10. 8 November 1888. (The new name is misspelled in the title but correctly spelled anomala in the figure caption.)
11 689 Cope, E.D. On a new species of Charina from California. P. 88. 8 November 1888. (Illustration on pi. accompanying No. 729)
11 715 Cope, E.D. On a new species of Bufo from Texas. Pp. 317-318. 5 July 1889.
11 727 Cope, E.D. On the snakes of Florida. Pp. 381-394. 5 July 1889.
11 728 Cope, E.D. Catalogue of Batrachia and Reptilia brought by William Taylor from San Diego, Tex. Pp. 395-398. 5 July 1889.
11 729 Cope, E.D. On the Eutaeniae of southeastern Indiana. Pp. 399-401. 5 July 1889.
12 766 Stejneger, Leonhard. Description of two new species of snakes from California. Pp. 95-99. 5 February 1890.
12 769 Cope, E.D. Scientific results of explorations by the U.S. Fish Commission steamer Albatross. No. III.- Report on the batrachians and reptiles collected in 1887-188. Pp. 141-147. 5 February 1890.
12 788 Stejneger, Leonhard. Description of a new lizard from Lower California. Pp. 643-644. June 1890.
13 800 Townsend, Chas. H. Scientific results of explorations by the U.S. Fish Commission Steamer Albatross. No. XV.-Reptiles from Clarion and Socorro Islands and the Gulf of California, with description of a new species. Pp. 143-144. 9 September 1890.
13 802 Stejneger, Leonhard. On a new genus and species of colubrine snakes from North America. Pp. 151-155. 9 September 1890.
13 808 Stejneger, Leonhard. On the snakes of the genus Charina. Pp. 177-182. 9 September 1890.
13 809 Stejneger, Leonhard. On the North American lizards of the genus Barissia of Gray. Pp. 183-185. 9 September 1890.
14 847 Stejneger, Leonhard, and Frederick C. Test. Description of a new genus and species of tailless batrachian from tropical America. Pp. 167-168. 16 July 1891.
14 857 Stejneger, Leonhard. Description of a new species of Chamaeleon from Kilima-njaro, eastern Africa. Pp. 353-354. 12 October 1891.
14 862 Stejneger, Leonhard. Description of a new scincoid lizard from East Africa. Pp. 405-406. 31 Aug 1891.
14 863 Stejneger, Leonhard. Description of a new species of lizard from the Island San Pedro Martir, Gulf of California. Pp. 407-408. 31 August 1891.
14 864 Stejneger, Leonhard. Description of a new North American lizard of the genus Sauromalus. Pp. 409- 411. 27 October 1891.
14 873 Stejeneger, Leonhard. Notes on Sceloporus variabilis and its geographical distribution in the United States. Pp. 485-488. 27 October 1891.
14 876 Stejneger, Leonhard. Notes on some North American snakes. Pp. 501-505. 31 October 1891.
14 878 Stejneger, Leonhard. On the snakes of the Californian genus Lichanura. Pp. 511-515. 17 November 1891.
14 882 Cope, E.D. A critical review of the characters and variations of the snakes of North America. Pp. 589- 694. 28 March 1892.
15 894 Stejneger, Leonhard. Preliminary description of a new genus and species of blind cave salamander from North America. Pp. 115-117. 2 August 1892.
15 907 Hay, O.P. On the ejection of blood from the eyes of horned toads. Pp. 375-378. 19 September 1892.
15 908 Hay, O.P. Some observations on the turtles of the genus Malaclemys. Pp. 379-383. 19 September 1892.
15 909 Hay, O.P. On the breeding habits, eggs, and young of certain snakes. Pp. 385-397. 19 September 1892.
16 922 Blatchley, W. S. On a collection of batrachians and reptiles from Mount Orizaba, Mexico, with descriptions of two new species. Pp. 37-42. 13 June 1893.
16 944 Stejneger, Leonhard. Diagnosis of a new Californian lizard. p. 467. 21 July 1893.
16 969 Stejneger, Leonhard. Description of a new species of blind-snakes (Typhlopidae) from the Congo Free State. Pp. 709-710. 5 February 1894.
16 970 Stejneger, Leonhard. On some collections of reptiles and batrachians from East Africa and the adjacent islands, recently received from Dr. W. L. Abbott and Mr. William Astor Chanler, with descriptions of new species. Pp. 711-741. 7 February 1894.
16 973 Abbott, W. L. Notes on the natural history of Aldabra, Assumption and Glorioso Islands, Indian Ocean. Pp. 759-764. 9 February 1894.
17 977 Stejneger, Leonhard. Description of a new lizard (Verticaria beldingi), from California. Pp. 17-18. 4 May 1894.
17 1003 Loennberg, Einar. Notes on reptiles and batrachians collected in Florida in 1892 and 1893. Pp. 317-339. 15 November 1894.
17 1005 Baur, G. The relationship of the lacertilian genus Anniella, Gray. Pp. 345-351. 15 November 1894.
17 1019 Taylor, W. E. The box tortoises of North America. Pp. 573-588. 11 May 1895.
17 1020 Stejneger, Leonhard. Description of Uta mearnsi, a new lizard from California. Pp. 589-591. 11 May 1895 (advance sheet, 30 November 1894).
17 1021 Stejneger, Leonhard. Notes on Butler's garter snake. Pp. 593-594. 11 May 1895.
17 1022 Stejneger, Leonhard. On the specific name of the coachwhip snake. Pp. 595-596. 11 May 1895.
17 1023 Stejneger, Leonhard. Description of a new salamander from Arkansas with notes on Ambystoma annulatum. Pp. 597-599. 11 May 1895.
18 1044 Stejneger, Leonhard. Description of a new species of snake (Tantilla eiseni) from California. Pp. 117- 118. 16 April 1896.
18 1088 Stejneger, Leonhard. Description of a new genus and species of blind tailed batrachians from the subterranean waters of Texas. Pp. 619-621. 12 August 1896 (advance sheet, 15 April 1896).
19 1107 Lonnberg, Einar. Is the Florida box tortoise a distinct species? Pp. 253-254. 30 December 1896.
21 1150 Smith, Hugh M. On th occurrence of Amphiuma, the so- called Congo snake, in Virginia. Pp. 379-380. 10 November 1898.
21 1151 Stejneger, Leonhard. Description of a new species of spiny-tailed iguana from Guatemala. Pp. 381-383. 10 November 1898.
21 1156 Test, Frederick Cleveland. A contribution to the knowledge of the variations of the tree frog Hvla regilla. Pp. 477-492. 19 November 1898.
21 1164 Lucas, F. A. A new snake from the Eocene of Alabama. Pp. 637-638. 20 December 1898.
21 1174 Stejneger, Leonhard. The land reptiles of the Hawaiian Islands. Pp. 783-813. 5 June 1899.
21 1178 Stejneger, Leonhard. Description of a new genus and species of discoglossoid toad from North America. Pp. 899-901. 20 June 1899.
22 1181 Hay, O.P. Descriptions of two new species of tortoises from the Tertiary of the United States. Pp. 21-24. 7 October 1899.
23 1217 Stejneger, Leonhard. On a new species of spiny- tailed iguana from Utilla Island, Honduras. Pp. 467- 468. 19 January 1901.
23 1218 Stejneger, Leonhard. A new systematic name for the yellow boa of Jamaica. Pp. 469-470. 19 January 1901.
23 1219 Stejneger, Leonhard. Diagnosis of a new species of iguanoid lizard from Green Cay, Bahama Islands. P. 471. 19 January 1901.
23 1224 Lucas, Frederick A. A new dinosaur, Stegosaurus marshi, from the Lower Cretaceous of South Dakota. Pp. 591-592. 26 February 1901.
23 1231 Stejneger, Leonhard. Description of a new species of snake from Clarion Island, west coast of Mexico. Pp. 715-717. 5 June 1901.
24 1248 Stejneger, Leonhard. An annotated list of batrachians and reptiles collected in the vicinity of La Guaira, Venezuela, with descriptions of two new species of snakes. Pp. 179-192. 3 October 1901.
24 1252 Stejneger, Leonhard. A new species of bullfrog from Florida and the Gulf coast. Pp. 211-215. 4 October 1901.
25 1282 Stejneger, Leonhard. The reptiles of the Huachuca Mountains, Arizona. Pp. 149-158. 8 September 1902.
26 1321 Stejneger, Leonhard. Rediscovery of one of Holbrook's salamanders. Pp. 557-558. 29 January 1903.
27 1353 Lucas, Frederic A. A new batrachian and a new reptile from the Trias of Arizona. Pp. 193-195. 22 January 1904.
28 1383 McGregor, Richard C. Notes on Hawaiian reptiles from the Island of Maui. Pp. 115-118. 24 September 1904.
28 1397 Stejneger, Leonhard. Three new frogs and one new gecko from the Philippine Islands. Pp. 343-348. 15 February 1905.
28 1406 Stejneger, Leonhard. Description of a new toad from Cuba. Pp. 765-767. 24 June 1905.
29 1426 Gilmore, Charles W. The mounted skeleton of Triceratons prorsus. Pp. 433-435. 4 October 1905.
29 1437 Stejneger, Leonhard. A new lizard of the genus Phrynosoma, from Mexico. Pp. 565-567. 2 February 1906.
30 1443 Banta, Arthur M. and Waldo L. McAtee. The life history of the cave salamander, Speleres maculicaudus (Cope). Pp. 67-83. 2 April 1906.
30 1457 Stejneger, Leonhard. A new salamander from North Carolina. Pp. 559-562. 22 May 1906.
30 1460 Gilmore, Charles W. Notes on some recent additions to the exhibition series of vertebrate fossils. Pp. 607-611. 31 May 1906.
30 1471 Stejneger, Leonhard. A new tree toad from Costa Rica. Pp. 817-818. 4 June 1906.
32 1519 Gilmore, Charles W. The type of the Jurassic reptile Morosaurus agilis redescribed, with a note on Camptosaurus. Pp. 151-165. 8 February 1907.
32 1538 Stejneger, Leonhard. A new salamander from Nicaragua. Pp. 465-466. 15 June 1907.
32 1540 Williston, Samuel W. The skull of Brachauchenius, with observations on the relationships of the plesiosaurs. Pp. 477-489. 15 June 1907.
32 1542 Stejneger, Leonhard. A new gerrhonotine lizard from Costa Rica. Pp. 505-506. 15 June 1907.
33 1576 Stejneger, Leonhard. A new geckoid lizard from the Philippine Islands. Pp. 545-546. 24 December 1907.
33 1578 Stejneger, Leonhard. Two new species of toads from the Philippines. Pp. 573-576. 18 February 1908.
33 1583 Stejneger, Leonhard. A new species of flying lizard from the Philippine Islands. Pp. 667-679. 29 February 1908.
34 1606 Hay, Oliver P. On three existing species of sea- turtles, one of them (Caretta remivaga) new. Pp. 183-198. 4 May 1908.
34 1606 Stejneger, Leonhard. Three new species of lizards from the Philippine Islands. Pp. 199-204. 4 May 1908.
35 1640 Hay, Oliver P. Descriptions of five species of North American fossil turtles, four of which are new. Pp. 161-169. 9 November 1908.
35 1648 Hay, Oliver P. On certain genera and species of carnivorous dinosaurs, with special reference to Ceratosaurus nasicornis Marsh. Pp. 351-366. 31 October 1908.
35 1655 Hahn, Walter L. Notes on the mammals and cold- blooded vertebrates of the Indiana University Farm, Mitchell, Indiana. Pp. 545-581. 7 December 1908.
35 1660 Hay, Oliver P. On the skull and the brain of Triceratops, with notes on the brain-cases of Iguanodon and Megalosaurus. Pp. 95-108. 6 February 1909.
36 1665 Hay, Oliver P. Description of two species of fossil turtles, Toxochelys stenopora and Chisternon ? interpositum, the latter hitherto unknown. Pp. 191- 196. 8 April 1909.
36 1666 Gilmore, Charles W. Osteology of the Jurassic reptile Camptosaurus, with a revision of the species of the genus, and descriptions of two new species. Pp. 197-332. 17 April 1909.
36 1669 Palmer, William. Description of a new species of leatherback turtle from the Miocene of Maryland. Pp. 369-373. 27 April 1909.
36 1681 Stejneger, Leonhard. Description of a new snake from Panama. Pp. 457-458. 27 May 1909.
37 1696 Moodie, Roy L. Carboniferous air-breathing vertebrates of the United States National Museum. Pp. 11-28. 23 September 1909.
37 1698 Gilmore, Charles W. A new rhynchocephalian reptile from the Jurassic of Wyoming, with notes on the fauna of "Quarry 911. Pp. 35-42. 15 October 1909.
38 1731 Stejneger, Leonhard. The batrachians and reptiles of Formosa. Pp. 91-114. 3 May 1910.
38 1747 Hay, Oliver P. Descriptions of eight new species of fossil turtles from west of the one hundredth meridian. Pp. 307-326. 29 June 1910.
38 1762 Gilmore, Charles W. Leidyosuchus sternbergii, a new species of crocodile from the Ceratops Beds of Wyoming. Pp. 485-502. 15 October 1910.
39 1773 Stejneger, Leonhard. A new genus and species of  lizard from Florida. Pp. 33-35. 23 September 1910.
39 1776 Stejneger, Leonhard. A new scincid lizard from the Philippine Islands. Pp. 97-98. 25 October 1910.
39 1796 Moodie, Roy L. A new labyrinthodont from the Kansas Coal Measures. Pp. 489-495. 30 January 1911.
39 1800 Hartman, Frank A. Description of a little-known rattlesnake, Crotalus willardi, from Arizona. Pp. 569-570. 15 February 1911.
40 1817 Goldberger, Joseph. A new trematode (Styphlodora bascaniensis) with a blind Laurer's canal. Pp. 233- 239. 11 April 1911.
40 1828 Moodie, Roy L. Two amphibians, one of them new, from the Carboniferous of Illinois. Pp. 429-433. 8 May 1911
41 1856 Stejneger, Leonhard. Description of a new amphisbaenoid lizard from Peru. Pp. 283-284. 15 July 1911.
41 1857 Stejneger, Leonhard. Descriptions of three new batrachians from Costa Rica and Panama. Pp. 285-288. 14 August 1911.
41 1860 Gilmore, Charles W. A new fossil alligator from the Hell Creek Beds of Montana. Pp. 297-302. 9 September 1911.
41 1870 Gilmore, Charles W. A new mosasauroid reptile from the Cretaceous of Alabama. Pp. 479-484. 31 January 1912.
41 1874 Ruthven, Alexander G. Description of a new salamander from Iowa. Pp. 517-519. 22 January 1912.
41 1878 Gilmore, Charles W. The mounted skeletons of Camptosaurus in the United States National Museum. Pp. 687-696. 8 February 1912.
45 1992 Stejneger, Leonhard. Results of the Yale Peruvian Expedition of 1911.--Batrachians and reptiles. Pp. 541-547. 4 June 1913.
46 2020 Thompson, Joseph C. The variation exhibited by mainland and island specimens of the Hibakari snake, Natrix vibakari (Boie). Pp. 157-160. 30 September 1913.
47 2051 Thompson, Joseph C. The variations exhibited by Thamnophis ordinoides (Baird and Girard), a garter- snake inhabiting the Sausalito Peninsula, California. Pp. 351-360. 16 May 1914.
48 2078 Richardson, C. H. Reptiles of northwestern Nevada and adjacent territory. Pp. 403-435. 19 January 1915.
49 2109 Evans, Arthur T. A collection of amphibians and reptiles from Gogebic County, Michigan. Pp. 351-354. 26 July 1915.
49 2110 Gilmore, Charles W. A new restoration of Stegosaurus. Pp. 355-357. 23 August 1915.
49 2112 Banta, Arthur M. and Ross Aiken Gortner. An albino salamander, Spelerpes bilineatus. Pp. 377-379. 31 August 1915.
49 2120 Gilmore, Charles W. On the fore limb of Allosaurus fragilis. Pp. 501-513. 27 November 1915.
49 2127 Gilmore, Charles W. Osteology of Thescelosaurus, an orthopodous dinosaur from the Lance Formation of  Wyoming. Pp. 591-616. 23 December 1915.
50 2137 Gilmore, Charles W. Description of two new species of fossil turtles, from the Lance Formation of  Wyoming. Pp. 641-646. 31 May 1916.
52 2179 Thompson, Joseph C. The variation exhibited by Thamnohis ordinoides (Baird and Girard), a garter snake inhabiting the San Francisco Peninsula. Pp. 345-366. 7 March 1917.
53 2205 Stejneger, Leonhard. Cuban amphibians and reptiles collected for the United States National Museum from 1899 to 1902. Pp. 259-291. 31 May 1917.
53 2211 Dunn, Emmett R. The salamanders of the genera Desmognathus and Leurognathus. Pp. 393-433. 4 June 1917.
54 2224 Snyder, John Otterbein. Notes on Hawaiian lizards. Pp. 19-25. 17 October 1917.
54 2241 Gilmore, Charles W. A newly mounted skeleton of the armored dinosaur, Stegosaurus Stenops, in the United States National Museum. Pp. 383-390. 26 December 1918.
54 2244 Miller, Gerrit S., Jr. Mammals and reptiles collected by Theodoor de Booy in the Virgin Islands. Pp. 507-511. 15 October 1918.
55 2260 Gilmore, Charles W. A new restoration of Triceratops, with notes on the osteology of the genus. Pp. 97-112. 9 April 1919.
56 2292 Gilmore, Charles W. New fossil turtles, with notes on two described species. Pp. 113-132. 30 July 1919.
56 2300 Gilmore, Charles W. A mounted skeleton of Dimetrodon gigas in the United States National Museum, with notes on the skeletal anatomy. Pp. 525-539. 15 December 1919.
57 2304 Wortman, Jacob L. On some hitherto unrecognized reptilian characters in the skull of the Insectivora and other mammals. Pp. 1-52. 5 April 1920.
58 2328 Hay, Oliver P. Descriptions of some Pleistocene vertebrates found in the United States. Pp. 83-146. 12 October 1920.
58 2352 Barbour, Thomas and G. K. Noble. Amphibians and reptiles from southern Peru collected by the Peruvian Expedition of 1914-1915 under the auspices of Yale University and the National Geographic Society. Pp. 609-620. 6 January 1921.
59 2382 Blake, S. F. Sexual differences in coloration in the spotted turtle, Clemmys guttata. Pp. 463-469. 13 September 1921.
59 2389 Gilmore, Charles W. The fauna of the Arundel Formation of Maryland. Pp. 581-594. 7 October 1921.
60 23 2418 Gilmore, Charles W. A new description of Saniwa ensidens Leidy, an extinct varanid lizard from Wyoming. Pp. 1-28. 8 June 1922.
60 26 2421 Cochran, Doris M. Description of a new species of agamid lizard from the Malay Peninsula. Pp. 1-3. 13 March 1922.
61 3 2424 Gilmore, Charles W. The smallest known horned dinosaur, Brachyceratops. Pp. 1-4. 24 April 1922.
62 5 2451 Gilmore, Charles W. A new fossil turtle, Kinosternon arizonense, from Arizona. Pp. 1-8. 6 February 1923.
62 6 2452 Stejneger, Leonhard. Rehabilitation of a hitherto overlooked species of musk turtle of the southern States. Pp. 1-3. 10 February 1923.
63 3 2471 Chandler, Asa C. Three new trematodes from Amphiuma means. Pp. 1-7. 28 April 1923.
65 11 2524 Dunn, E. R. Amastridium, a neglected genus of snakes. Pp. 1-3. 1 April 1924.
65 13 2526 Chapin, Edward A. Nematode parasites of the Brazilian land tortoise, Testudo denticulata. Results of the Mulford Biological Exploration.-- Helminthology. Pp. 1-6. 9 September 1924.
66 6 2543 Cochran, Doris M. Notes on the herpetological collections made by Dr. W. L. Abbott on the island of Haiti. Pp. 1-15. 25 October 1924.
66 25 2562 Stejneger, Leonhard. Chinese amphibians and reptiles in the United States National Museum. Pp. 1-115. 15 July 1925.
67 24 2596 Amaral, Afranio do. South American snakes in the collection of the United States National Museum. Pp. 1-30. 23 December 1925.
68 24 2625 Hay, Oliver P. A collection of Pleistocene vertebrates from southwestern Texas. Pp. 1-18. 7 June 1926.
69 17 2643 2643 Stejneger, Leonhard. Identity of Hallowell's snake genera Megalops and Aepidea. Pp. 1-3. 16 October 1926. (Reprints mistakenly printed as number 16).
69 18 2644 Huene, F. R. von. Notes on the age of the continental Triassic beds in North America with remarks on some fossil vertebrates. Pp. 1-10. 15 October 1926.
71 15 2687 Gilmore, Charles W. On fossil turtles from the Pleistocene of Florida. Pp. 1-10. 30 August 1927.
72 19 2715 Stejneger, Leonhard. The green pit viper, Trimeresurus gramineus, in China. Pp. 1-10. 15 December 1927.
72 24 2720 Loveridge, Arthur. Description of a new species of gecko from Tanganyika Territory, Africa. Pp. 1-2. 14 March 1928.
73 3 2724 Hay, Oliver P. Further consideration of the shell of Chelys and of the constitution of the armor of turtles in general. Pp. 1-12. 21 March 1928.
73 7 2728 Gilmore, Charles W. A new fossil reptile from the Triassic of New Jersey. Pp. 1-8. 30 March 1928.
73 12 2733 2733 Bailey, John Wendell. A revision of the lizards of the genus Ctenosaura. Pp. 1-58. 26 September 1928.
73 17 2738 Loveridge, Arthur. Field notes on vertebrates collected by the Smithsonian-Chrysler East African Expedition of 1926. Pp. 1-69. 20 June 1928.
73 24 2745 Gilmore, Charles W. A new pterosaurian reptile from the marine Cretaceous of Oregon. Pp. 1-5. 25 June 1928.
74 5 2750 Gilmore, Charles W. Fossil footprints from the Fort Union (Paleocene) of Montana. Pp. 1-4. 6 Oct 1928.
74 11 2756 Wright, A. H. Synopsis and description of North American tadpoles. Pp. 1-70. 4 June 1929.
74 22 2767 Dunn, Emmett Reid. Two new frogs from Jamaica. Pp. 1-2. 18 December 1928.
74 25 2770 Dunn, Emmett Reid. A new salamander from southern California. Pp. 1-3. 31 January 1929.
75 6 2777 Chandler, Asa C. Some new genera and species of nematode worms, Filarioidea, from animals dying in the Calcutta Zoological Garden. Pp. 1-10. 6 April 1929.
75 12 2783 Sandground, J. H. A new liver fluke from a monkey and new parasitic roundworms from various African animals. Pp. 1-11. 10 June 1929.
76 26 2823 Lynn, W. Gardner. A nearly complete carapace of a fossil turtle, Amyda virginiana (Clark). Pp. 1-4. 23 December 1929.
77 10 2833 Gilmore, Charles W. A nearly complete shell of the extinct turtle, Trachemys sculpta. Pp. 1-8. 8 April 1930.
77 11 2834 Cochran, Doris M. The herpetological collections made by Dr. Hugh M. Smith in Siam from 1923 to 1929. Pp. 1-39. 30 April 1930.
77 16 2839 Gilmore, Charles W. On dinosaurian reptiles from the Two Medicine Formation of Montana. Pp. 1-39. 20 November 1930.
78 6 2849 Burt, Charles E. and May Danheim Burt. The South American lizards in the collection of the United States National Museum. Pp. 1-52. 25 November 1930.
78 22 2865 Price, Emmett W. Redescription of two species of trematode worms from the MacCallum collection, with a note on the family Pronocephalidae. Pp. 1-10. 11 March 1931.
79 9 2875 Gilmore, Charles W. A new species of Troodont dinosaur from the Lance Formation of Wyoming. Pp. 1- 6. 1 June 1931.
79 19 2885 Lucker, John T. A new genus and new species of trematode worms of the family Plagiorchiidae. Pp. 1- 8. 29 August 1931.
80 19 2919 Chitwood, B. G. A review of the nematodes of the genus Hastospiculum, with descriptions of two new species. Pp. 1-9. 28 April 1932.
81 3 2926 Zeliff, Clarke Courson. A new species of cestode, Crepidobothrium amphiumae, from Amphiuma tridactylum. Pp. 1-3. 18 June 1932.
81 17 2940 Harwood, Paul D. The helminths parasitic in the Amphibia and Reptilia of Houston, Texas, and vicinity. Pp. 1-71. 21 December 1932.
81 18 2941 Gilmore, Charles W. On a newly mounted skeleton of Diplodocus in the United States National Museum. Pp. 1-21. 18 November 1932.
82 3 2944 Stejneger, Leonhard. The Chinese lizards of the genus Gekko. Pp. 1-8. 7 November 1932.
82 6 2947 Walton, A. C. Two new nematodes, and notes on new findings of nematodes parasitic in Amphibia. Pp. 1- 5. 1 March 1933.
82 9 2950 Gilmore, Charles W. A new species of extinct turtle from the Upper Pliocene of Idaho. Pp. 1-7. 1 March 1933.
82 30 2971 Ewing, H. E. New genera and species of parasitic mites of the superfamily Parasitoidea. Pp. 1-14. 25 September 1933.
83 2978 Gilmore, Charles W. On the Reptilia of the Kirtland Formation of New Mexico, with descriptions of new species of fossil turtles. Pp. 159-188. 27 June 1935.
84 3010 Byrd, Elon E. Observations on the trematode genus Brachycoelium Dujardin. Pp. 183-199. 7 April 1937.
84 3014 Zeliff, C. Courson. A new species of trematode from the mud-eel (Siren lacertina). Pp. 223-226. 4 May 1937.
84 3023 Gilmore, Charles W. On the detailed skull structure of a crested hadrosaurian dinosaur. Pp. 481-491. 12 October 1937.
86 3042 Gilmore, Charles W. Descriptions of new and little- known fossil lizards from North America. Pp. 11-26. 16 December 1938.
87 3066 Gilmore, Charles W. Ceratopsian dinosaurs from Two Medicine Formation, Upper Cretaceous of Montana. Pp. 1-18. 3 August 1939.
87 3077 Metcalf, Maynard M. Further studies on the opalinid ciliate infusorians and their hosts. Pp. 465-634. 29 October 1940.
89 3093 Taylor, Edward H. Two new anuran amphibians from Mexico. Pp. 43-47. 13 August 1940.
90 3109 Gilmore, Charles W. A history of the Division of Vertebrate Paleontology in the United States National Museum. Pp. 305-377. 5 August 1941.
90 3115 Stejneger, Leonhard. Notes on Mexican turtles of the genus Kinosternon. Pp. 457-59. 25 July 1941.
91 3122 Mook, Charles C. A new fossil crocodilian from Colombia. Pp. 55-58. 17 January 1942.
91 3124 Gilmore, Charles W. Some little-known fossil lizards from the Oligocene of Wyoming. Pp. 71-76. 13 November 1941.
91 3127 Smith, Hobart M. The Mexican subspecies of the snake Coniophanes fissidens. Pp. 103-111. 13 November 1941.
91 3128 Loveridge, Arthur. Report on the Smithsonian- Firestone Expedition's collection of reptiles and amphibians from Liberia. Pp. 113-140. 14 November 1941.
91 3130 Smith, Hobart M. Notes on the snake genus Trimorphodon. Pp. 149-168. 10 November 1941.
92 3148 Gilmore, Charles W. Osteology of Polyglyphanodon, an Upper Cretaceous lizard from Utah. Pp. 229-265. 13 October 1942.
92 3153 Smith, Hobart M. Mexican herpetological miscellany. Pp. 349-395. 5 November 1942.
92 3155 Gazin, C. Lewis. The late Cenozoic vertebrate faunas from the San Pedro Valley, Ariz. Pp. 475-518. 10 December 1942.
93 3158 Gilmore, Charles W. A new fossil reptile from the upper Cretaceous of Utah. Pp. 109-114. 12 December 1942.
93 3163 93 3163 Gilmore, Charles W. Osteology of Upper Cretaceous lizards from Utah, with a description of a new species. Pp. 209-214. 19 Jan 1943.
93 3169 Smith, Hobart M. Summary of the collections of snakes and crocodilians made in Mexico under the Walter Rathbone Bacon Traveling Scholarship. Pp. 393-504. 29 October 1943.
95 3185 Taylor, Edward H. and Hobart M. Smith. Summary of the collections of amphibians made in Mexico under the Walter Rathbone Bacon Traveling Scholarship. Pp. 521-613. 30 January 1945.
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96 3196 Gilmore, Charles W. Notes on recently mounted reptile fossil skeletons in the United States National Museum. Pp. 195-203. 5 February 1946.

96 3199 Gilmore, Charles W. The osteology of the fossil turtle Testudo praextans Lambe, with notes on other species of Testudo from the Oligocene of Wyoming. Pp. 293-310. 28 March 1946.
101 3284 Shannon, Frederick A. Notes on a herpetological collection from Oaxaca and other localities in Mexico. Pp. 465-484. 17 May 1951.
102 3296 White, Theodore E. Preliminary analysis of the vertebrate fossil fauna of the Boysen Reservoir area. Pp. 185-207. 2 April 1952.
103 3312 Lawrence, R. F. Two new scale-mite parasites of lizards. Pp. 9-18. 10 March 1953.
103 3326 White, Theodore E. Preliminary analysis of the fossil vertebrates of the Canyon Ferry Reservoir area. Pp. 395-438. 28 May 1954.
106 3364 Farrell, Charles E. Chiggers of the genus Euschongastia (Acarina: Trombiculidae) in North America. Pp. 85-235. 19 October 1956.
108 3406 Maslin, T. Paul, Richard G. Beidleman and Charles H. Lowe, Jr. The status of the lizard Cnemidophorus perplexus Baird and Girard (Teiidae). Pp. 331-345. 31 December 1958.
116 3505 Gehlbach, Frederick R. Herpetology of the Zuni Mountains Region, north-western New Mexico. Pp. 243- 332. 26 February 1965.
119 3545 Peters, James A. The lizards of Ecuador, a check list and key. Pp. 1-49. 8 March 1967.
119 3549 Hower, Rolland 0. The freeze-dry preservation of biological specimens. Pp. 1-24. 15 March 1967.
122 3595 Rand, A. Stanley. Ecology and social organization in the iguanid lizard Anolis lineatopus. Pp. 1-79. 9 August 1967.
122 3596 Taylor, William Ralph. An enzyme method of clearing and staining small vertebrates. Pp. 1-17. 24 May 1967.
125 3658 Rand, A. Stanley and Stephen S. Humphrey. Interspecific competition in the tropical rain forest: ecological distribution among lizards at Belem, Para. Pp. 1-17. 30 July 1968.

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