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British Museum Publications-continued.
&c., &c., Assistant in the Zoological Department, British Museum. Vol. V: Passeriformes, part III, Ciclomorphæ, edited by H. Seebohm and Dr. Günther, 18 coloured plates, cloth, 208 1881
the same, Vol. VI: Passeriformes, part IV, Cichlomorphæ, 18 COLOURED plates, 208
1881 CATALOGUE of the BIRDS Vol. VII: PASSERIFORMES, part V, by R. Bowdler SHARPE, 15 COLOURED plates, 26s
1883 Contents :-CICHLOMORPHÆ, part IV, containing the concluding portion of the Family TIMELIIDA (Babbling Thrushes).
Vol. VIII: PASSERIFORMES, part VI, by Hans GADOW, 9 COLOURED plates, 178
1883 Contents :--CICHLOMORPHÆ, part V, containing the Families PARIDÆ and LANIIDE (Titmice and Shrikes), and CERTHIOMORPHÆ (Creepers and Nuthatches).
Vol. IX: Passeriformes, part VII, Cinnyrimorphæ, containing the Families Nectariniida and Meliphagidæ (Sun-Birds and Honey-Eaters), by Hans GADOW, 7 COLOURED plates, 148
1884 The importance of Mr. Sharpe's previous contributions to Science, such as the Monograph of the Alcedinida,' and the · Birds of Enrope,' fully justify the interest which is felt in the above work. Ornithological Science will largely gain by it. The 'Catalogue of Birds' will be a companion work to Dr. Günther's celebrated 'Catalogue of Fishes,' which was also published by the authorities of the British Museum. As in that work, every species will be described in full, and since not only the Birds in the Museum itself will be included, but every known species of every genus, each volume will be a series of monographic revisions of the group or family of which it treats. In addition to this, diagnostic tables and keys will be supplied for each genus, and the genera and families willalso be fully characterized, woodcuts being added whenever the characters require elucidation.
4. FISHES. Günther's Catalogue of Fishes, 8 vols. complete, 8vo. cloth, £3. 108
1859-70 List of Fish, Part I. Chondropterygii, 12mo. 38. Plates 1851 Catalogue of Fish, by L. T. Gronow, 12mo. 38 Od
1854 Lophobranchiate Fish, 12mo. 28. Plates
1856 Apodal Fish, 8vo. 108. Plates
1856 5. REPTILES. Catalogue of Shield Reptiles, Part I. Testudinata (Tortoises), 4to. 48 fine plates (pub. at £2. 108), bds. 158
1855 Supplement, Part I. 4to. 108. Woodcuts
1870 Appendix, 4to. 28 6d
1872 Part II, Emydosaurians, Rhynchocephalia, and Amphisbænians, 4to. 38 6d. Woodcuts
1872 Hand-List of Shield Reptiles, 8vo. 48
1873 Catalogue of Reptiles, Part I. Tortoises, &c., 12mo. 18
1844 Part II. Lizards, 12mo. 38 6d
1845 Colubrine Snakes, 12mo. 48
1858 Catalogue of Batrachia Gradientia, 12mo. sd. scarce, 58 1850 BOULENGER (G. A.) Catalogue of the BATRACHIA GRA
DIENTIA s. Caudata and Batrachia Apoda in the British Museum, second edition, 8vo. pp. viii and 127, 9 plates, cloth, 9s
1882 (1883) This and the next volume, “ Catalogue of the Batrachia Salientia,” 1882, form the complete Catalogue of Batrachians. If compared with the first edition, published nearly thirty years ago, it will afford another proof that the collection in the British Museum has held pace with the progress made by science in the intervening period.-Sec Preface.
British Museum Publications—continued.
1858 BOULENGER (G. A.) Catalogue of the BATRACHIA Salientia s.
Ecaudata in the collection of the British Museum, 8vo. pp. 519, 30 plates and numerous woodcuts, cloth, 308
1882 OWEN (Richard) Descriptive and Illustrated Catalogue of the Fossil
Reptilia of South Africa in the British Museum, inpl. 4to. with 70 fine large plates, many of them folded, and a tabular view of the Fossiliferous Strata of the Earth, cloth, £3. 38
6. INSECTS. a. Coleopterous Insects. Nomenclature of Coleopterous Insects, Part 1-4 (Cetoniade, Hydro
canthari, Buprestidæ, Clevidæ), 12mo. sd. scarce, 208 1847-49 Nomenclature of Coleopterous Insects, Part VI. Passalidæ, 12mo. 8d. Plates
1852 Catalogue of Coleopterous Insects, Part VII. Longicornia, I. 12mo. 28 6d. Plates
1853 Part VIII. Longicornia, II. 12mo. 38 6d. Plates 1855 Part IX. Cassididæ 12mo. 38
1856 Catalogue of the Coleopterous Insects of Madeira, 8vo. 28. Plate 1857
the Canaries, 8vo. 78 1864 List of Coleopterous Insects, Part I. Cucujidæ, &c., 12mo. 6d 1851 Catalogue of Halticidæ.-Physapodes and Edipodes, Part I. 8vo. 78. Plates
1860 Hispidæ, Part I. 8vo. 58. Plates
1858 WATERHOUSE (Charles Owen) Illustrations of Typical Specimens of Coleoptera, Part I: LYCIDÆ, 8vo. 18 coloured plates, cloth, 168
1879 b. Orthopterous Insects. Catalogue of Orthopterous Insects, Part I. Phasmidæ, 4to. Plates 368
1868 Blattariæ, 8vo. 58 60 Dermaptera Saltatoria and Blattariæ, Supplernent, Parts 18, VI, 8vo. 258 60
c. Neuropterous Insects. Catalogue of Neuropterous Insects, Part I. Phryganides-Perlides, 12mo. 28 6d
1852 Part II. Sialidæ–Nemoptrides, 12mo. 38 6d 1853 Part III. Termitidæ, &c. 12mo. ls 6d
1853 Part IV. Odonata, 12mo. Is
1853 Part I. Termitina, 12mo. 6d
1858 d. Hymenopterous Insects. Catalogue of Hymenopterous Insects, Part I. Andrenidæ and Apidæ, 12mo. 2s 6d. Plates
1853 Part II. Apidæ, 12mo. 6s. Plates
1853 Part III. Mutillidæ and Pompillidæ, 12mo. 6s. Plates 1855 Part IV. Sphegidæ, &c. 12mo. 68. Plates
1856 Part V. Vespidæ, 12mo. 68. Plates
1857 Part VI. Formicidæ, 12mo. 6s. Plates
1858 Part VII. Dorylidæ and Thynnidæ, 12mo. 28. Plates 1859 List of Hymenopterous Insects, 2 parts (Chalcidites), 12mo. scarce, 78 60
British Museum Publications continued.
Catalogue of the British Bees (Andrenidæ and Apidæ), by Frederick Smith, Assistant Keeper, 8vo. 11 plates, cloth, 58 1876
e. Homopterous Insects. List of Homopterous Insects, 4 parts, and Supplement, complete, 12mo. 20s 6d
1850-58 f. Hemipterous Insects. WALKER (E.) Catalogue of Hemiptera Heteroptera, 8 vols. 8vo. £2. 28
1867-73 Dallas (W. S.) List of Hemipterous Insects, 2 Parts, 12mo. 118. Plates
1851-52 g. Lepidopterous Insects. Catalogue of Lepidopterous Insects, Part I. Papilionidæ, 4to. £1. 58. Coloured Plates
1852 Diurnal Lepidoptera, Satyridæ, 8vo. 58 6d 1868
Fabrician Diurnal Lepidoptera, 8vo. 78 60 1870 Specimen of a Catalogue of Lycænidæ, 4to. £1. 1s. Col. Plates 1862 Walker's List of the specimens of Lepidopterous Insects, complete,
with all the supplements, 35 vols. 12mo. (published at £7.18), sd. £5. 58
1854-66 List of Lepidopterous Insects, Part I. Papilionidæ, &c., 12mo. 4s 1856
Parts I-VII. (Lepidoptera Heterocera), 12mo. 268 6d
1850-56 Part VIII. Sphingidæ, 12mo. 38 6d 1856 Parts IX—XV. (Noctuidæ), 12mo. 278
1856-57 Part XVI. (Deltoides), 12mo. 38 6d 1858 Parts XVII–XIX. (Pyralides), 12mo. 118
1859 Parts XX-XXVI. (Geometrites), 12mo. 258
1860-63 Part XXVII. Crambites and Tortricites, 12mo. 48
1863 Part XXVIII. Tortricites and Tineites, 12mo. 48
1863 Parts XXIX-XXX. Tineites, 12mo. 881864
Parts XXXI-XXXV. Supplements, 12mo. 28s 6d
1865-66 BUTLER (Arthur G.) Illustrations of Typical Specimens of LEPI
DOPTERA HETEROCERA, Part I, roy. 4to. 20 plates, representing 202 specimens, all coloured, cloth, £2.
1877 the same, Part II, royal 4to. 20 plates, containing 103 COLOURED figures, cloth, £2.
1878 “ The second part of this work is devoted to illustrations of Japanese Moths, in the British Museum. The fauna of Japan, on account of its mixture of European, Indian, and North-American forms, has always claimed the special attention of zoologists interested in the facts of geographical distribution. As regards Moths, European forms are predominant, many species being most closely allied to those of Europe, and singularly, some forming links between species hitherto found in Europe only.”—Albert Günther.
British Museum Publications-continued. BUTLER's Illustrations of Lepidoptera Heterocera, Part III ,roy. 4to. 20 plates, containing over 200 COLOURED figures, cloth, £2. 108 1879
“ The third part of this work is devoted to illustrations of types of Japanese and Chinese Moths, and may therefore be regarded as a continuation of Part II.” --Albert Günther.
the same, part IV: North American Tortricidæ by Lord Walsingham, roy. 4to. 17 plates with nearly 200 COLOURED figures, cloth, out of print
1879 * Our knowledge of this group has received an important addition by numerous new species discovered and collected by Lord Walsingham in 1871 and 1872, chiefly in California and Oregon. These are now for the first time described, the types having been presented by him to the Museum."-Albert Günther.
h. Dipterous Insects. List of the specimens of Dipterous Insects, 7 parts complete, 12mo. 278
1848-55 another copy, 7 vols. 12mo. interleaved, hf. calf gilt, marbled edges, £2. 28
1848-55 7. CRUSTACEOUS ANIMALS. Catalogue of Crustacea, Part I. Leucosiadæ, 12mo. 60 1855
the Specimens of Amphipodous Crustacea, 8vo. £1. 58. Plates
1863 Myriapoda, Part I. Chilopoda, 12mo. 18 9d 1856 List of Crustacea, 12mo. 28
1847 GÜNTHER (A.) the Gigantic Land-Tortoises (Living and Extinct), impl. 4to. with 54 fine plates, cloth, 308
1877 CONTENTS : Synopsis of the extinct and living gigantic Land-Tortoises List of Specimens in the British Museum-The races of the Aldabra group-The extinct races of the Mascarenes—The races of the Galapagos—Explanation of the plates.
8. MOLLUSCOUS ANIMALS AND SHELLS. Catalogue of Conchifera, Part I. Veneridæ, Cyprinidæ, and Glauconomidæ, 12mo, 38
1853 Part II. Petricolidæ (concluded), Corbicu. lidæ, 12mo. 6d
1854 Catalogue of Phaneropneumona, 12mo. 58
1852 Pulmonata, Part I. 12mo. 28 6d. Woodcuts 1855 Catalogue of Auriculidæ, Prosperpinidæ, and Truncatellidæ, 12mo. 1s 9d
1857 the Collection of Mazatlan Shells, 12mo. 88 1857
Mollusca, Part IV. Brachiopoda Ancylopoda, 12mo. 38. Woodcuts
1853 Nomenclature of Molluscous Animals and Shells, Part I. Cyclophoridæ, 12mo. 18 6d
1850 List of Mollusca, Part I. Volutidæ, 12mo. 6d
1855 Part II. Olivide, 12mo. 18
1865 and Shells, collected, &c., by MM. Eydoux and Souleyet, 12mo. 8d
1855 Shells of the Canaries, 12mo. 18
1854 Cuba, 12mo. 18
1854 South America, 12mo. 28
1854 Guide to the Systematic Distribution of the Mollusca, Part I. 8vo. 58. Woodcuts
1857 British Museum Publications continued.
9. RADIATED ANIMALS. Catalogue of Recent Echinida, Part I. Echinida Irregularia, 12mo. Plates. 38 6d
1855 Entozoa, 12mo. 2s. Plates
1853 Sea-Pens, Pennatulariidæ, 8vo. 18 6d. Woodcuts 1870 Lithophytes, or Stony Corals, 8vo. 38
1870 BUSK'S CATALOGUE of MARINE POLYzoa, parts 1 and 2, Cheilostomata, 2 vols. 12mo. 124 plates, extremely scarce, £2.68 1852-54
Only 250 copies printed. Busk's Catalogue of Marine Polyzoa, part 3, Cyclostomata, 8vo. 38 plates representing above 200 species, cloth, 58 1875
10. BRITISH ANIMALS. List of British Curculionidæ, with synonyma, 12mo. sd. scarce, 28 6d
1856 Catalogue of British Birds, 8vo. 38 6d
1863 Hymenoptera, Pt. I. Apidæ, 12mo. Plates. 68
1855 Catalogue of Fossorial Hymenoptera, Formicide and Vespide, 12mo. 68. Plates
1858 Ichneumonidæ, 12mo. 18 9d
1856 Non-Parasitical Worms, 8vo. 78. Plates 1865 Descriptions of New species of Hymenoptera in the collection of
the British Museum, by the late Frederick Smith, 8vo. xxi and 240 pp. cloth, 10s
1879 “The study of Hymenoptera he (Mr. Frederick Smith) had made so peculiarly his own that many years must elapse before his place amongst British Entomologists will be filled again.”—Albert Günther. List of British Animals, 17 parts or vols. 12mo. complete, some parts out of print, 36s
1848-55 List of British Animals, Part I. Radiata, 12mo. 48
1848 Part IV. Crustacea, 12mo. 28 6d
1850 Part V. Lepidoptera, 2nd edition, 12mo. 18 9d
1856 List of British Animals, Part VI. Hymenoptera Aculeata, 12mo. 28
1851 Part VII. Mollusca, Acephala and Brachiopoda, 12mo. 38 6d
1851 Part VIII. Fish, 12mo. 38
1851 Part IX. Eggs of British Birds, 12mo. 28 6d
1852 Part XI. Anoplura, 12mo. 18
1852 Part XIII. Nomenclature of Hymenoptera, 12mo. 1s 4d 1853 Part XV. Nomenclature of Diptera, I. 12mo. 18 1853
Part XVI. Lepidoptera (completed), 12mo. 38 1854 List of British Diatomaceæ, 12mo. 18
1859 11. FOSSILS. JONES (Prof. T. Rupert) Catalogue of the Fossil FORAMINIFERA, 8vo. pp. xxiv and 100, cloth, 58
1882 " In addition to the lists of genera and species, much valuable information bas been added by the author as to the classification and distribution of the Foraminifera, both in time and space; a short account is also given of the structure and mode of growth of existing forms.”-Henry Woodward. HINDE (George Jennings) Catalogue of the Fussil Sponges, with
descriptions of new and little known species, royal 4to. pp. viii and 218, with 38 plates, 30s