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Report of the United States Geological Survey of the territories.
Washington [D.C.] : G.P.O., 1873-1890
|Material Type:||Government publication, National government publication|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
F V Hayden; J A Allen; Joseph Leidy; E D Cope; Cyrus Thomas; Leo Lesquereux; F B Meek; A S Packard; Elliott Coues; Samuel Hubbard Scudder; Laurence Frederick Schmeckebier; Geological and Geographical Survey of the Territories (U.S.)
|Notes:||Vol. 4 not published.
List of reports and index may be found in: Catalogue and index of the publications of the Hayden, King, Powell, and Wheeler surveys ... by L.F. Schmeckebier. 1904. --(Bulletin / U.S. Geological Survey ; no. 222).
|Description:||12 v. : ill., map ; 28-31 cm.|
|Contents:||I. Fossil vertebrates. pt. I. Contributions to the extinct vertebrate fauna of the western territories, by J. Leidy. 1873.--II. The Vertebrata of the Cretaceous formations of the West, by E.D. Cope. 1875.--III. The Vertebrata of the Tertiary formations of the West. book I. By E.D. Cope. 1883.--V. Zoology and botany. pt. I. Synopsis of the Acridiadœ of North America, by C. Thomas. 1873.--VI. Contributions to the fossil flora of the western territories. pt. I. The Cretaceous flora, by L. Lesquereux. 1874.--VII. Contributions to the fossil flora of the western territories. pt. II. The Tertiary flora, by L. Lesquereux. 1878.--VIII. Contributions to the fossil flora of the western territories. pt. III. The Cretaceous and Tertiary floras, by L. Lesquereux. 1883. IX. A report on the invertebrate Cretaceous and Tertiary fossils of the upper Missouri country, by F.B. Meek. 1876.--X.A monograph of the geometrid moths or Phalœnidœ of the United States, by A.S. Packard, Jr. 1876.--
XI. Monographs of North American Rodentia, by E. Coues and J.A. Allen. 1877.--
XII. Fresh-water rhizopods of North America, by J. Leidy. 1879.--XIII. The Tertiary insects of North America, by S.H. Scudder. 1890.
|Responsibility:||F.V. Hayden, United States Geologist-in-charge.|