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Descriptions of New and Little Known Diptera or two-winged Flies.

By: Aldrich, J. M.

Price: $15.00

Publisher: Washington, D. C., Govenment Printing Office: 1926

Seller ID: 9868

Condition: Collectible-Fine


From the PROCEEDINGS OF THE UNITED STATES NATIONAL MUSEUM, 69 Article 22. Pages 1-26; wrapper. Description of new genera and species, with notes of some previously described froms. Former owner's name in ink on cover "Calvert E. Norland". View more info

New Diptera, or Two-Winged Flies from America, Asia, and Java with Additional Notes.

By: Aldrich, J. M.

Price: $15.00

Publisher: Washington, D. C., Smithsonian Institution: 1932

Seller ID: 9702

Condition: Collectible-Fine


# 2932 - From the Proceedings of the United States National Museum, Vol. 81, Art. 9, pages 1-28, 1 plate. Seperate in gray wrapper with former owner's stamp on cover "San Diego State College". Paper describes 4 new genera, 13 new species, and a new variety of Diptera. View more info

Records of Dipterous Insects of the Family Tachinidae Reared By the Late George Dimmock, with Description of One New Species and Notes on the Genus Anetia Robineau-Devoidy.

By: Aldrich, J. M.

Price: $15.00

Publisher: Washington, D. C., Smithsonian Institution: 1932

Seller ID: 9698

Condition: Collectible-Fine


# 2920 - From the Proceedings of the Unted States National Museum, Vo. 80, Art. 20, pages 1-8. Seperate in gray wrapper. Former owner's stamp on cover "San Diego State College".Title describes content of article. View more info

Revision of the Two-Winged Flies of the Genus Coelopa Meigen in North America (cover title)

By: Aldrich, J. M.

Price: $10.00

Publisher: Washington, D. C., Smithsonian Institution, United States National Museum:

Seller ID: 3990

Condition: Collectible-Very Good


Circa 1930. No. 2808. -- From the Proceedings of the United States National Museum Vol. 76, Art. 11, pp. 1-6. Ink notation front cover. Unopened pages. From page 1: "The present revision has been prepared as the result of recent correspondence with Mr. J. E. Collin, of Newmarket, England, who has furnished information relating to synonymy and has also supplied the Museum with determined European specimens; from his data and the specimens it appears that the North Ame... View more info