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Cambridge natural history.
[London, Macmillan and Co., 1922-27]
|All Authors / Contributors:||
S F Harmer; A E Shipley, Sir
Vols. 1, 2, 5-7, 9 reprinted 1922; v. 3, 1927; and vols. 4, 8, 10, 1923.
|Description:||10 volumes illustrations, maps (some folded, including frontispieces, volumes 3, 8, 9) 23 cm|
|Contents:||I. Protozoa, by Marcus Hartog. Porifera (sponges) by Igerna B.J. Sollas. Coelenterata & Ctenophora, by S.J. Hickson. Echinodermata, by E.W. MacBride.--II. Flatworms and Mesozoa, by F.W. Gamble. Nemertines, by Miss L. Sheldon. Threadworms and Sagitta, by Sir A.E. Shipley. Rotifers, by Marcus Hartog. Polychaet worms, by W.B. Benham. Earthworms and leeches, by F.E. Beddard. Gephyrea and Phoronis, by Sir A.E. Shipley. Polyzoa, by Sir S.F. Harmer.--III. Molluscs, by A.H. Cooke. Brachiopods (recent) by Sir A.E. Shipley. Brachiopods (fossil) by F.R.C. Reed.--IV. Crustacea, by Geoffrey Smith and the late W.F.R. Weldon. Trilobites, by Henry Woods. Introduction to Arachnida, and king-crabs, by Sir A.E. Shipley. Eurypterida, by Henry Woods. Scorpions, spiders, mites, ticks, etc., by Cecil Warburton. Tardigrada (water-bears) by Sir A.E. Shipley. Pentastomida, by Sir A.E. Shipley. Pycnogonida, by D'Arcy W. Thompson.--V. Peripatus, by Adam Sedgwick. Myriapods, by F.G. Sinclair. Insects, pt. I. Introduction, Aptera, Orthoptera, Neuroptera, and a portion of Hymenoptera (Sessiliventres and Parasitica) by David Sharp.--VI. Insects, pt. II. Hymenoptera continued (Tubulifera and Aculeata), Coleoptera, Strepsiptera, Lepidoptera, Diptera, Aphaniptera, Thysanoptera, Hemiptera, Anoplura, by David Sharp.--VII. Hemichordata, by Sir S.F. Harmer. Ascidians and Amphioxus, by W.A. Herdman. Fishes (exclusive of the systematic account of Teleostei) by F.W. Bridge. Fishes (systematic account of Teleostei) by G.A. Boulenger.--VIII. Amphibia and reptiles, by Hans Gadow.--IX. Birds, by A.H. Evans.--X. Mammalia, by F.E. Beddard.|
|Responsibility:||ed. by Sir S.F. Harmer ... and Sir A.E. Shipley ...|