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INVERTEBRATE PALEONTOLOGY (By Fossil Group)
Andrews H. N. Jr. 1970 INDEX OF GENERIC NAMES OF FOSSIL PLANTS 1820-1965 U. S. Geological Survey Bulletin #1300 8vo, in wraps as issued some external wear, contents very good with 354 pp. and a must have for anyone interested in paleobotany and fossil plants. Price: $20.00 (stock#USGSB1300)
Ash S. R. 1969 FERNS FROM THE CHINLE FORMATION (UPPER TRIASSIC) IN THE FORT WINGATE AREA NEW MEXICO U. S. Geological Survey Professional Paper #613-D wraps with name stamp, light wear, contents very good with 52 pp., 19 plates, 5 figures, and on the very rich and abundant Triassic flora at a few closely spaced localities in west-central New Mexico. Price: $15.00 (stock#PP613D)
Berry E. W. 1925 THE FLORA OF THE RIPLEY FORMATION U. S. Geological Survey Professional Paper #136, wraps with signature, old repairs along rough spine, light wrinkle/dampstain to lower pages of contents but not obtuse and a good copy with 94 pp., 23 fossil plates 6 figures. Price: $25.00 (stock#PP136)
Betrand C. E. 1891 REMARQUES SUR LE LEPIDODENDRON 8vo, in original wraps which are tears and chips to margins, old archival tape along spine, overall some external wear but contents are very good with 159 pp., 10 plates of fossil fern tree specimens. Scarce. Price: $25.00 (stock#PB130)
Fontaine W. M. 1889 THE POTOMAC OR YOUNGER MESOZOIC FLORA USGS Monograph #15 two vols, in brown cloth as issued, each with some rubbing to extremities/fraying to spine ends, some exterior wear, ex-lib but contents vg with 377 pp. (text vol). 180 plts of fossil plants (plate vol.) Price: $100.00 (stock#USGSM15)
Gardiner J. S. and Ettingshausen C. B. 1879 A MONOGRAPH OF THE BRITISH EOCENE FLORA PART 1 - FILICIES published by the Palaeontographical Society, London, 4to, spine rough where removed from the Annual volume issue of the Palaeont. Society else overall light wear and a very good copy. With 38 pp., 6 finely engraved plates, 15 figures. Scarce. Price: $30.00 (stockPSflora1)
Gardner J. S. 1883 A MONOGRAPH OF THE BRITISH EOCENE FLORA - VOLUME II, PART II - GYMNOSPERMAE published by the Palaeontographical Society, London, 4to, spine rough where removed from the Annual volume issue of the Palaeont. Society else overall light wear and a very good copy. With 31 pp., 11 finely engraved plates, numerous figures. Scarce. Price: $35.00 (stock#PSflora2)
Haq B. U. 1983 CALCAREOUS NANNOPLANKTON Benchmark Papers in Geology, vol. 79, 8vo, in cloth with gilt titles as issued, ex-lib with remnants of old label on front cover and markings inside where book plate and possibly card holder were removed, contents otherwise vg with 337 pp. and scores of figs. Price: $25.00 (stock#PB127)
Jongmans W. J. 1954 THE CARBONIFEROUS FLORA OF PERU Bulletin of the British Museum of Natural History volume 2(1) in wraps as issued, overall light wear, contents vg with 32 pp., 10 plts. Price: $20.00 (stock#PB129)
Jongmans W. J. and Ritter E. 1960 DIE KARBONFLORA DER SCHWEIZ two (2) volumes, text and photo atlas, complete. Small folio sized, some wear to text volume which has 97 pages; photo atlas of fossil plants in slip case as issued, unbound (as issued) and with explanatory text for the 58 plates. A classic and scarce treatise on the Carboniferous flora of Switzerland. Price: $50.00 (stock#PB52)
Knowlton F. H. 1916 CONTRIBUTIONS TO THE GEOLOGY AND PALEONTOLOGY OF SAN JUAN COUNTY, NEW MEXICO PART 4 FLORA OF THE FRUITLAND AND KIRTLAND FORMATIONS wraps light wear, vg, 27 pp., 7 plts of fossil plants. Price: $15.00 (stock#PP98S)
Lesqueruex L. 1879 ATLAS TO THE COAL FLORA OF PENNSYLVANIA AND OF THE CARBONIFEROUS FORMATION THROUGHOUT THE UNITED STATES Pennsylvania Geological Survey Volume P 8vo, in marbled boards with leather spine, some external wear, rubbing to spine and external joints, ex-lib. with period stamp to free end paper, contents good, plates clean. With 18 pp. text and 85 finely-engraved plates of fossil ferns and other plants, largely from the Anthracite and Western Coal Fields of Pennsylvania and adjacent States. Price: $75.00 (stock#PA2ndvolP)
Mader D. 1990 PALEOECOLOGY OF THE FLORA IN BUNTSANDSTEIN AND KEUPER IN THE TRIASSIC OF MIDDLE EUROPE published by Gustav Fischer Verlag, two (2) massive volumes, complete, in overall very good condition, light exterior wear, contents vg to fine and paginated across the two volumes to contain 1,582 pages, 103 plates, 71 figures and is one of the most ambitious projects ever published to document the Triassic age fossil plants and floras of Germany, with great locality information, measured sections, and sedimentologic interpretations of depositional environments, as well as notation of associated occurrences of other fossil groups. A massive and monumental work. Note this item is heavy, shipping is $10.00. Price: $110.00 (stock#EUR65)
Nicholson H. A. 1886 A MONOGRAPH OF THE BRITISH STROMATOPOROIDS published by the Palaeontographical Society, London. 4to, front few pages partly disbound, the volume is the chapter removed from the annual Palaeont. Soc. issue for 1886. Contents very good, clean with 130 pp., 11 finely engraved plates, numerous figures throughout text. Scarce. Price: $35.00 (stock#PSstromp)
Stanley E. A. 1965 UPPER CRETACEOUS AND PALEOCENE PLANT MICROFOSSILS AND PALEOCENE DINOFLAGELLATES AND HYSTRICHOPHAERIDS FROM NORTHWESTERN SOUTH DAKOTA Bull. American Paleontol #222 wps with stamp and signature else light wear vg 384 pp., 31 plts, 3 figs.
Price: $20.00 (stock#PB88)
Stopes M. C. 1914 THE "FERN LEDGES" CARBONIFEROUS FLORA OF ST. JOHN NEW BRUNSWICK GSC Mem. 41 wps, ex-lib light+ exterior wear contents vg, 167 pp., 24 plts. Price: $35.00 (stock#GSCMem41)
Ward L. F. 1885 SKETCH OF PALEOBOTANY from USGS 5th Ann Rpt, 4to partly disbound else very good with 94 pp., 3 plates. Perhaps one of the most useful summaries of the history of Paleobotany and fossil plant studies (up until 1885) with synopsis of the then-current thought on evolution of the plants. Price: $20.00 (stock#PB030)
Ward L. F. 1889 THE GEOGRAPHICAL DISTRIBUTION OF FOSSIL PLANTS from 8th USGS Annual Rpt, 4to, cloth tape on spine, vg. With 297 pp., 1 plt. Price: $25.00 (stock#PB35)
GENERAL PALEONTOLOGY AND VOLUMES ON
MIXED FAUNAS, SYMPOSIA, ETC...
Kobayashi T. 1934, THE CAMBRO-ORDOVICIAN FORMATIONS AND FAUNAS OF SOUTH CHOSEN Jour. Faculty Science Imperial Unv. Tokoyo, vol. III, Parts 8 and 9 (two volumes), both 4to, wraps with light crease, light edge wear or gentle bump else light wear, vg copies. Part 8 with 202 pp., 44 plates heavy on trilobites and nautiloids; Part 9 with 66 pp., 8 plates. Scarce. Price: $75.00 (stock#SEA101P)
Smith J. P. 1927 UPPER TRIASSIC MARINE INVERTEBRATE FAUNAS OF NORTH AMERICA U. S. Geological Survey Professional Paper #141 wraps with a few marginal chips else light wear, very good copy with 135 pp., 121 fossil plates of Triassic ammonites bivalves and other organisms from Nevada, California, and elsewhere. A classic volume.
Price: $50.00 (stock#PP141)
CORALS - BRYOZOA - MEDUSA AND RELATED FORMS
Boucek B. 1928 REVISE CESKYCH PALEOZOICKYCH KONULARII Palaeontographica Bohemiae vol. 11 folio sized, some external wear, short tears to wraps and some page margins but contents overall vg with 102 pp., 7 plates, figs. One of the harder to find monographs on European conularids. Scarce. Price: $30.00 (stock#IPM101P)
Condra G. E. and Elias M. K. 1944 STUDY AND REVISION OF ARCHIMEDES (HALL) Geological Society of America Special Paper #53 8vo, wraps, light wear, vg copy, 243 pp. 41 plts and 6 figs. Price: $30.00 (stock#GSASP53)
Flower R. H. 1961 Part 1: MONTOYA AND RELATED COLONIAL, CORALS Part 2: ORGANISMS ATTACHED TO MONTOYA CORALS New Mexico Bureau of Mines Memoir #7 4to, green cloth as limited issue in hardback, light wear, ownership signature else contents clean, very good with 353 pp., 52 plates, 10 figures on various fossil corals and organisms found attached to them. Price: $25.00 (stock#NMBMmem7)
Hall J. 1865 GRAPTOLITES OF THE QUEBEC GROUP, FIGURES AND DESCRIPTIONS OF CANADIAN ORGANIC REMAINS, DECADE II 8vo wraps with wear, short tears, exterior wear, original string binding holding but a bit loose, lighty corner bump else contents vg, 151 pp., 23 plates of fossils, figs. George W. Sinclair’s copy. Scarce.
Price: $60.00 (stock#IPA126P)
Merriam C. W. 1972 SILURIAN RUGOSE CORALS OF THE KLAMATH MOUNTAIN REGION CALIFORNIA USGS Prof. Paper #738 wraps with stamp, signature else light wear, vg, 50 pp., 8 plates, figs.
Price: $15.00 (stock#PP738IPA)
Moore R. C. et al. (eds.) 1963 TREATISE ON INVERTEBRATE PALEONTOLOGY VOLUME V - GRAPTOLITHINA 8vo, in cloth as issued, light wear, former owner's signature on free end paper else fine clean copy with 101 pp., 72 figures. Price: $25.00 (stock#TIPV)
Nickles J. M. and Bassler R. S. 1900 SYNOPSIS OF AMERICAN FOSSIL BRYOZOA U. S. Geological Survey Bulletin #173 8vo, no wraps, contents good with 663 pp. that provide a thorough review and record of fossil Bryozoa from the United States. Price: $25.00 (stock#USGSB173)
Ruedemann R. 1904-1908 GRAPTOLITES OF NEW YORK NY State Museum Memoir #7/11 royal 4to, original cloth, Vol. 1 with some external wear, light soiling to boards, inner hinge with repair, mild ex-lib with small stamp, contents vg.; Vol. 2 with some external wear, ownership signatures on blank fly, hinges weak but holding, ex-lib, contents vg. Volume 1 with 351 pp., 17 plates, 105 figs; Volume 2 with 583 pp., 31 plates, 482 figs. One of the early, definitive monographs on fossil graptolites with beautiful plates. Price: $100.00 (stock#NYgrapset)
Sutherland P. K. 1958 CARBONIFEROUS STRATIGRAPHY AND RUGOSE CORAL FAUNAS OF BRITISH COLUMBA Geol. Surv. Canada Memoir #295 wps, ex-lib else light wear vg 177 pp., 33 plts, 4 figs.
Price: $25.00 (stock#GSCM295)
Vaughn T. W. 1900 THE EOCENE AND LOWER OLIGOCENE CORAL FAUNAS OF THE UNITED STATES WITH DESCRIPTION OF A FEW DOUBTFUL CRETACEOUS SPECIES USGS Monograph #39 in brown cloth as issued, spine ends/corners rubbed with small gutter tear to spine at base, bookplate on pastedown else contents clean and vg, 207 pp., 24 plts of fossils. Price: $50.00 (stock#USGSM39)
Vaughn T. W. 1919 FOSSIL CORALS FROM CENTRAL AMERICA, CUBA AND PORTO RICO WITH AN ACCOUNT OF THE AMERICAN TERTIARY, PLEISTOCENE AND RECENT CORAL REEFS USNM Bull. #103 wraps with small stamps, some external wear, contents vg, most pages uncut, 335 pp., 84 plates. A classic treatise.
Price: $30.00 (stock#IPA112P)
Withers T. H. 1926 CATALOGUE OF THE MACHAERIDIA (TURRILIEPAS AND ITS ALLIES) IN THE DEPARTMENT OF GEOLOGY [British Museum of Natural History) in brown pebbled cloth as issued, light wear, vg, 99 pp., 6 plates.
Price: $30.00 (stock#IPA177P)
Cloud P. E. Jr. 1942 TEREBRATULOID BRACHIOPODA OF THE SILURIAN AND DEVONIAN GSA Special Paper #38 wps, some external wear, ex-lib, contents vg, 182 pp., 26 plts, 17 figs. Price: $25.00 (stock#GSASP38)
Cooper G. A. 1952 NEW AND UNUSUAL SPECIES OF BRACHIOPODS FROM THE ARBUCKLE GROUP IN OKLAHOMA Smithsonian Misc. Coll. #4093, 8vo, wraps with clipped corner at front else light wear, vg, 35 pp., 4 plates.
Price: $15.00 (stock#IPB114P)
Dutro J. T. et al. 1971 PALEOZOIC PERSPECTIVES: A PALEONTOLOGICAL TRIBUTE TO G. ARTHUR COOPER Smithsonian Contributions to Paleobiology #3 4to, wraps with signature and stamp, some external wear and dust soiling, contents good with 390 pp., scores of figs and emphasis on fossil Brachiopoda which was Cooper's primary focus, but also coverage of other groups and associated faunal elements. Price: $25.00 (stock#IPB32)
Moore R. C. (ed.) 1965 TREATISE ON INVERTEBRATE PALEONTOLOGY, PART H: BRACHIOPODA (volumes 1 and 2), both vols in cloth as issued, gilt spine titles a bit faded, light external wear from use/shelving, contents vg, Vol. 1 with 521 pp., 32 pp. preface; Vol. 2 with 404 pp., both vols with scores of figs. Still the standard reference for fossil brachiopod taxonomy. Price for set: $60.00 (stock#IPTreatiseBrachs)
Reed F. R. C. 1917 THE ORDOVICIAN AND SILURIAN BRACHIOPODA OF THE GIRVAN DISTRICT royal 4to in quarter calf boards that have a few spots, some wear, leather spine with raised bands, some wear, crack to gutter but boards firm, contents vg, 199 pp., 24 plates. Price: $50.00 (stock#IPB109P)
Schuchert C. and Cooper G. A. 1932 BRACHIOPOD GENERA OF THE SUBORDERS ORTHOIDEA AND PENTAMEROIDEA folio, in wraps as issued, light wear, vg copy, contents vg to fine, clean with 270 pp., 29 plates of fossils, 36 figs. A nicer copy. Price: $40.00 (stock#IPB110)
Thomas G. A. 1971 CARBONIFEROUS AND EARLY PERMIAN BRACHIOPODS FROM WESTERN AND NORTHERN AUSTRALIA in stiff wraps as issued, light wear, ex-lib, vg, 276 pp., 31 plates of fossils.
Price: $25.00 (stock#IPB122P)
Edwards F. E. 1860 A MONOGRAPH OF THE EOCENE MOLLUSCA OR DESCRIPTIONS OF SHELLS FROM THE OLDER TERTIARIES OF ENGLAND PART III, NO. III PROSBRANCHIATA published by the Palaeontographical Society, London 4to, no wraps some wear, contents good with 91 pp., 6 finely engraved plates of fossil molluscs. Scarce.
Price: $35.00 (stock#PSWedwards)
Flower R. H. 1957 PART 1: THE ORDIOVICIAN DEVEOPMENT OF THE ACTINOCERATIDA, WITH NOTES ON ACTINOCERATIDA MORPHOLOGY AND ORDOVICIAN STRATIGRAPHY PART 2: MACROLOXERAS, A DEVOINIAN HOMEOMORPH OF THE ACTINOCERATIDA New Mexico Bureau of Mines Memoir #2 wraps with old tape repair along spine, faded signature, some external wear, contents very good with 101 pp., 13 plates, 5 figures on various fossil corals and organisms found attached to them. Price: $25.00 (stock#NMBMmem2)
Flower R. H. 1968 PART I: BOTRYCERAS, A REMARKABLE NAUTILOID FROM THE SECOND VALUE OF NEW MEXICO; PART II: AN ENDOCEROID FROM THE MOWHAWKIAN OF QUEBEC; PART III: ENDOCEROIDS FROM THE CANADIAN OF ALASKA; PART IV: A CHAZYAN CEPHALOPOD FAUNA FROM ALASKA New Mexico Bureau of Mines Memoir #21 4to, wraps with signature, light wear, contents very good with 36 pp., 5 plates on the systematic paleontology of various fossil nautiloids from various locales in North America. Price: $15.00 (stock#NMBMmem21)
Haas O. 1942 THE VERNAY COLLECTION OF CRETACEOUS (ALBIAN) AMMONITES FROM ANGOLA American Museum of Natural History Bulletin 71(1) in wraps as issued, some wear to exterior, crease to lower corner of front wrap, contents very good with 224 pp., 47 plates of fossil ammonites and additional figures throughout the text. Scarce, and a standard reference on early Cretaceous age ammonites. Price: $25.00 (stock#AMNH71-1)
Haas O. 1946 INTRASPECIFIC VARIATION IN, AND ONTOGENY OF PRIONOTROPIS WOOLLGARI AND PRIONOCY American Museum of Natural History Bulletin 86(4) 8vo, in wraps as issued, light wear, contents very good with 103 pp., 13 plates of fossil ammonites, 108 figures. One of Haas' outstanding contributions to Cretaceous ammonite taxonomy. Price: $25.00 (stock#AMNHB86-4)
Haas O. 1949 ACANTHOCERATID AMMONOIDEA FROM NEAR GREYBULL, WYOMING AMNH Bull. 93(1) wraps light wear, contents vg, 40 pp., 15 plates, 17 figs. Price: $25.00 (stock#AMNHB93-1)
Kobayashi T. 1931 STUDIES ON THE ORDOVICIAN STRATIGRAPHY AND PALEONTOLOGY OF NORTH KOREA WITH NOTES ON THE ORDOVICIAN FOSSILS OF SHANTUNG AND LIAUTUNG Bull Geol. Surv. of Chosen (Korea) wraps with stamp else light wear, vg, 60 pp., 9 plates. With much on nautiloids.
Price: $20.00 (stock#SEA106P)
Kobayashi T. 1933 FAUNAL STUDY OF THE WANWANIAN (BASAL ORDOVICIAN) SERIES WITH SPECIAL NOTES ON THE RIBEIRIDAE AND THE ELLESMEREOCEROIDS Jour. Imperial Unv. Tokyo wraps, light corner bump else light wear, contents vg, 80 pp., 10 plates of fossils. Price: $25.00 (stock#SEA52P)
Miller A. K. 1932 THE CEPHALOPODS OF THE BIGHORN FORMATION OF THE WIND RIVER MOUNTAINS OF WYOMING CT Acad. Arts Sciences Vol. 31 wraps and lower corner of pages with some wear else contents vg, 105 pp., 31 plates, pages largely unopened. Price: $30.00 (stock#IPM138P)
Miller A. K. 1936-1947 Seven (7) offprints from Journal of Paleontology, all on Paleozoic ammonoids and including his classic "STUDIES OF CARBONIFEROUS AMMONOIDS Parts 1-4 and 5-7". A scarce collection. All are in very good condition, name stamp to wraps. Price:$30.00 (stock#IPM151)
Miller A. K. and Furnish W. M. 1940 PERMIAN AMMONOIDS OF THE GUADALUPE MOUNTAIN REGION AND ADJACENT AREAS GSA Special Paper #26 8vo, wraps with some signature and private ownership notations else light wear, contents vg with 242 pp., 44 plates Price: $35.00 (stock#GSASP26)
Reed F. R. C. 1920 A MONOGRAPH OF THE BRITISH ORDOVICIAN AND SILURIAN BELLEROPHONTACEA - PART 1 published by the Palaeontographical Society, London. 4to, in original plain blue wraps with title label affixed, some external wear, contents good with 48 pp. and 8 finely engraved plates illustrating lower Palaeozoic fossils from the British Isles. Percy Raymond's copy with his signature on front wrap. Scarce. Price: $30.00 (stock#PSreed)
Smith J. P. 1903 THE CARBONIFEROUS AMMONOIDS OF NORTH AMERICA U. S. Geological Survey Monograph #42 4to in orginal cloth, overall light external wear, the most severe being rubbing to ends of spine cloth, contents with light wear, clean with NO ownership stamps or other markings, and contain 211 pp., 29 plates of fossil ammonoids. A classic treatise on these fossil cephalopods. Price: $45.00 (stock#USGSM42)
Taylor D. W. 1975 INDEX AND BIBLIOGRAPHY OF LATE CENOZOIC FRESHWATER MOLLUSCA OF WESTERN NORTH AMERICA Unv. Michigan, Claude Hibbard Memorial Vol. #1 large 8vo, wraps, light wear, vg, 384 pp.
Price: $25.00 (stock#IPM23)
Troedsson G. T. 1931 STUDIES ON BALTIC CEPHALOPODS 1. ON THE NAUTILOID GENUS ORTHOCERAS Lund Unv. 8vo, wraps loose, some external wear, signed by author, contents vg, 36 pp., 4 plts.
Price: $20.00 (stock#IPM100P)
Wood S. V. 1861 A MONOGRAPH OF THE EOCENE MOLLUSCA OR DESCRIPTIONS OF SHELLS FROM THE OLDER TERTIARIES OF ENGLAND PART I BIVALVES published by the Palaeontographical Society, London 4to, no wraps some wear, last dozen or so pages with creased or folded over corners else contents good with 74 pp., 13 finely engraved plates of fossil molluscs. Scarce. Price: $45.00 (stock#PSwood)
Wood S. V. 1879 SECOND SUPPLEMENT TO THE MONOGRAPH OF THE CRAIG MOLLUSCA WITH DESCRIPTIONS OF SHELLS FROM THE UPPER TERTIARIES OF THE EAST OF ENGLAND published by the Palaeontographical Society, London 4to, no wraps. generally light wear, contents clean, first few pages loose or coming so else a good copy with
58 pp., 6 finely engraved plates of Cenozoic Molluscs. Scarce. Price: $35.00 (stock#PSwoodsuppl)
Woodring S. P. 1957-1982 GEOLOGY AND PALEONTOLOGY OF CANAL ZONE AND ADJOINING PARTS OF PANAMA; GEOLOGY AND DESCRIPTION OF TERTIARY MOLLUSK in six (6) volumes as part of the Professional Paper Series of the U. S. Geological Survey. All the volumes are good to very good, some external wear, some ex-lib. and overall a good, complete set with a total of 759 pp., 125 plates (most of which are of fossils), and additional figures. The set is composed of the following:
(1) Woodring W. P. 1957 GEOLOGY AND PALEONTOLOGY OF CANAL ZONE AND ADJOINING PARTS OF PANAMA; GEOLOGY AND DESCRIPTION OF TERTIARY MOLLUSKS (GASTROPODS: TROCHIDAE TO TURRITELLIDAE) USGS Prof. Paper #306-A with pp. 1-145, plates #1-23 of fossils; (2) Woodring W. P. 1960 GEOLOGY AND PALEONTOLOGY OF CANAL ZONE AND ADJOINING PARTS OF PANAMA; DESCRIPTION OF TERTIARY MOLLUSKS (GASTROPODS: VERMETIDAE TO THAIDIDAE) USGSProf. Paper #306-B with pp. 147-239 plates #24-37 of fossils; (3) Woodring, W. P. 1964 USGS Prof. Paper #306-C, GEOLOGY AND PALEON-TOLOGY OF CANAL ZONE AND ADJOINING PARTS OF PANAMA; DESCRIPTION OF TERTIARY MOLLUSKS (GASTROPODS: COLUMBELLIDAE TO VOLUTIDAE) with p. 240-298, plates #38-47 of fossils; (4) Woodring W. P. 1970 GEOLOGY AND PALEON-TOLOGY OF CANAL ZONE AND ADJOINING PARTS OF PANAMA; DESCRIPTION OF TERTIARY MOLLUSKS (GASTROPODS: EULIMIDAE, MARGINELLIDAE TO HELMINTHOGLYPTIDAE) USGS Prof. Paper #306-D with pp. 299-452, plates #48-66 of fossils; (5) Woodring W. P. 1973 GEOLOGY AND PALEONTOLOGY OF CANAL ZONE AND ADJOINING PARTS OF PANAMA: DESCRIPTION OF TERTIARY MOLLUSKS (ADDITIONS TO GASTROPODS, SCAPHOPODS, PELECYPODS NUCULIDAE TO MALLEIDAE) USGS Prof. Paper #306-E with pp. 453-540, plates #67-82 of fossils; and (6) Woodring W. P. 1982 GEOLOGY AND PALEONTOLOGY OF CANAL ZONE AND ADJOINING PARTS OF PANAMA: DESCRIPTION OF TERTIARY MOLLUSKS (PELECYPODS: PROPEA-MUSSIIDAE TO CUSPIDARIIDAE; ADDITIONS TO FAMILIES COVERED IN P306-E; ADDITIONS TO GASTROPODS; CEPHALOPODS) USGS Prof. Paper #306-F with pp. 541-759, plates #83-125. Difficult to find a complete set. Price: $80.00 (stock#PP306set)
Beecher, Charles Emerson, collection of six (6) offprints authored by him, with one related from William Diller Matthew, from various journals, mostly on the trilobite Triarthus and related forms including soft part preservation from the Utica Shale fossil beds. They are: (1) THE ORIGIN AND SIGNIFICANCE OF SPINES: A STUDY IN EVOLUTION, from Amer. Jour. Science, 1898, in printed wraps with Joseph Barrell’s signature, some external wear, contents vg, 20 pp., 31 figs.; (2) ON THE VALIDITY OF THE FAMILY BOHEMILLIDAE BARRANDE offprint from American Geologist, 1896, wraps, light wear, vg, 3 pp., 3 figs; (3) Matthew W. D. 1893 ON ANTENNAE AND OTHER APPENDAGES OF TRIARTHUS BECKII from Trans. NY Acad. Sci, no wps as issued, signature, some wear, 4 pp., 1 plate, with bottom corner torn affecting image; (4) THE MORPHOLOGY OF TRIARTHUS from Geol. Magazine, wraps with signature and stamp of E. C. Case and another signature, some soiling to title wrap, contents vg, 5 pp., 1 plate; (5) FURTHER OBSERVATIONS ON THE VENTRAL STRUCTURE OF TRIARTHUS from American Geologist, wraps with marginal chips, loose, USNM library stamp else contents vg, 8 pp.; (6) ON THE MODE OF OCCURRENCE AND THE STRUCTURE AND DEVELOPMENT OF TRIARTHUS from American Geologist, wraps with marginal chips, contents vg, 6 pp., 1 plate. A rare collection on one of the famous Trilobite occurrences ever discovered. Price: $60.00 (stock#IPAR106P)
Four (4) reports on the Trilobite Genus Trinucleus, all in wraps, wraps loose on several, soiled on others, but contents of all good to vg. They are: (1) Begg J. L. 1929 TRINUCLEUS IN THE GIRVAN AREA, Geol. Soc. Glasgow, 3 pp., 1 fig; (2) Reed F. R. C. 1912 NOTES ON THE GENUS TRINUCLEUS offprint Geol. Magazine, 17 pp., 2 plates (Parts I and II of the 4 part serial report); (3) Reed F. R. C. 1914 NOTES ON THE GENUS TRINUCLEUS PART III wraps with tear, soiling, contents good, 11 pp., 2 plates; (4) THE GENUS TRINUCLEUS PART IV wraps loose, soiled, contents good, 13 pp. A scarce complete set of Reed's study of this cryptolithid trilobite genus.
Price: $30.00 (stock#IPAR127P)
Henningsmoen G. 1957 THE TRILOBITE FAMILY OLENIDAE WITH DESCRIPTIONS OF NORWEGIAN MATERIAL AND REMARKS ON THE OLENID AND TREMADOCIAN SERIES published in Oslo, 8vo, front wrap loose, some wear and remnants of old tape repair, contents are vg with 303 pp., 31 plates of fossil trilobites, numerous figs. Scarce.
Price: $40.00 (stock#IPAR112P)
Holm G. 1882 TRILOBITSLAGTET ILLAENUS (DALMAN) offprint Svenska Vet-Akad., 8vo, plain wraps with notation, contents vg with 148 pp., 6 plates. Scarce. Price: $35.00 (stock#IPAR114P)
Hughes C. P. 1971 THE ORDOVICIAN TRILOBITE FAUNAS OF THE BUILITH-LLANDRINDOD INLIER, CENTRAL WALES PART II Brit. Mus. Nat. Hist. Bull. #20(4) wraps with light wear, signature else vg, contents with 66 pp., 16 plates of fossil trilobites. Price: $30.00 (stock#IPAR105P)
Kielan Z. 1954 LES TRILOBITES MESODEVONIENS DES MONTS DE SAINTE-CROIX Palaeontologia Polonica #6 4to, wraps darkened, with wear, edge chips, contents vg and clean with 50 pp., 7 plates and 35 figs. focused on fossil Trilobites from SW Poland, 100 km NW of Krakow. Price: $30.00 (stock#IPAR108P)
Raymond P. E. 1914 NOTES ON THE ONTOGENY OF ISOTELUS GIGAS DEKAY Bull. MCZ wraps with edge wear, chips, signed “Compliments of the author”, contents vg with 17 pp., 3 plates, 7 figs.
Price: $20.00 (stock#IPAR133P)
Raymond P. E. 1921 A CONTRIBUTION TO THE DESCRIPTION OF THE FAUNA OF THE TRENTON GROUP Canada Dept. Mines Museum Bull., Geological Series #38 8vo, wraps, light wear, vg, 64 pp., 11 plates of fossils. Price: $30.00 (stock#CANMUSB38P)
Reed F. R. C. 1903-1935 THE LOWER PALAEOZOIC TRILOBITES OF THE GIRVAN DISTRICT Parts I-III and Supplements I-III, complete, published by the Palaeontographical Society. 4to, in parts as issued all in original blue paper wraps with title labels affixed to wraps, contents with light wear, very good, clean text and clean plates. The last few plates of Supplement 2 with rear wrap detached but present and vg, and overall, a very good set. With 336 pp., 32 plates. Near impossible to find a complete. Price: $125.00 (stock#PSReed)
Richter R. 1913 BEITRAGE ZUR KENNTNIS DEVONISCHER TRILOBITEN folio, wraps with old stamps from E. O. Ulrich and the USNM else light wear, overall vg with 78 pp., 2 plates. Scarce. Price: $30.00 (stock#IPAR107P)
Richter R. and Richter E. 1940-41 two (2) volumes on Cambrian fossils, with emphasis on trilobites from Senckenbergischen Naturforschenden Gesell., both 4to, in wraps, some external wear, contents vg, the first is: (1) DAS KAMBRIUM AM TOTEN MEER UND DIE ALTESTE TETHYS with 50 pp., 2 plates; and (2) DIE SAUKIANDA-STUFE VON ANDALUSIEN with 88 pp., 5 plates. Scarce. Price: $40.00 (stock#IPAR140P)
Richter R. and Richter E. 1954 DIE TRILOBITEN DES EBBE-SATTELS UND ZU VERGLEICHENDE ARTEN (ORDOVIZIUM, GOTLANDIUM/DEVON) 4to, wraps, overall some wear with corner bump/crease to upper outer corner, contents good with 74 pp., 6 plates. Scarce. Price: $20.00 (stock#IPAR89P)
Salter J. W. 1865 A MONOGRAPH OF BRITISH TRILOBITES PART II - published by the Palaeontographical Society, London. 4to, in plain stiff wraps, some external wear, contents good. On the blank free end paper at end of volume is a gift inscription to E. Billings of the Geological Survey of Canada in pencil signed "with the authos best regards." Contains 48 pp., 7 finely engraved plates of fossil trilobites. Scarce. Price: $40.00 (stock#PSsalter2)
Slocum A. W. 1916 TRILOBITES FROM THE MAQUOKETA BEDS OF FAYETTE COUNTY IOWA offprint from Iowa Geol. Surv. Annual Rpt, in wraps and signed by author, else some exterior wear, contents vg, 68 pp., 6 plates of fossils.
Price: $25.00 (stock#IPAR97P)
Stormer L. 1930 SCANDINAVIAN TRINUCLEIDAE WITH SPECIAL REFERENCES TO NORWEGIAN SPECIES AND VARIETIES 8vo, wraps with tears, wear, signed presentation by author, contents vg, 111 pp., 14 plates on fossil trilobites. Scarce. Price: $30.00 (stock#IPAR115P)
Stormer L. 1945 REMARKS ON THE TRETASPIS (TRINUCLEUS) SHALES OF HADLAND offprint, inscribed to G. M. Ehlers, pencil notation on wrap, contents vg, 47 pp., 4 plates, 2 figs. Price: $20.00 (stock#IPAR121P)
Whittard W. F. 1955-1960 ORDOVICIAN TRILOBITES OF THE SHELVE INLIER, PARTS I-VI (only, parts 7-9 not present), all in blue wraps as issued, light wear, vg, contanining pp. 1-162, plates I-XXI. Price: $150.00 (stock#PSWhitt)
Tripp R. P. 1962 TRILOBITES FROM THE CONFINIS FLAGS (ORDOVICIAN) OF THE GIRVAN DISTRICT, AYRSHIRE Trans. Roy. Soc. Edinburgh offprint, 4to, light wear, signed by author, 40 pp., 4 plates. Price: $25.00 (stock#IPAR134P)
Tripp R. P. 1967 TRILOBITES FROM THE UPPER STINCHAR LIMESTONE (ORDOVICIAN) OF THE GIRVAN DISTRICT, AYRSHIRE Trans. Roy. Soc. Edinburgh offprint, 4to, light wear, signed by author, 50 pp., 6 plates.
Price: $25.00 (stock#IPAR135P)
Ulrich E. O. two (2) volumes of bound offprints from 1890 to 1912 focused on fossil ostracoda but with some other topics, and include a few classic reports. The volumes were originally from the library of Henry Shaler Williams, and later, Cornell Unv. where they received their stamps and bookplates but over all are very good, bound in marbled cloth. The first volume is: Ulrich E. O. 1890-1906 bound collection of 3 offprints including NEW AND LITTLE KNOWN PALEOZOIC OSTRACODA (1890, Jour. Cincinnati Soc. Nat. Hist., in wps, 73 pp., 18 plts); PALEOZOIC SEAS AND BARRIERS OF NORTH AMERICA By Ulrich and Shuchert and presentation copy by Schuchert to H. S. Williams (from NYSM Rpt State Paleont. 1901, 31 pp., f/o map and table); and NEW AMERICAN PALEOZOIC OSTRACODA WITH DESCRIPTIONS OF UPPER CARBONIFEROUS GENERA AND SPECIES By Ulrich and Bassler 1906 (Proc. USNM #1446, wps, 15 pp., 1 plt). The second volume is: Ulrich E. O. 1906-1912 bound collection of 4 offprints of which NEW AMERICAN PALEOZOIC OSTRACODA, PRELIMINARY REVISION OF THE BEYRICHIIDAE WITH DESCRIPTIONS OF NEW GENERA (Proc. USNM #1646, 49 pp., 8 plts.) and THE ORDOVICIAN – SILURIAN BOUNDARY (poorly trimmed advance copy from 12th International Geol. Congress Proc., 50 pp) are the most important works. Scarce.
Price: $50.00 (stock#IPAR19)
Whittington H. B. 1950 A MONOGRAPH OF THE BRITISH TRILOBITES OF THE FAMILY HARPIDAE Palaeonto-graphical Society 4to, blue wraps with title label, light wear, contents vg with 55 pp., 7 plates. Note this is a stand alone publication with no other parts issued. Price: $40.00 (stock#PSHarp)
Whittington H. B. 1965 TRILOBITES OF THE ORDOVICIAN TABLE HEAD FORMATION, WESTERN NEWFOUNDLAND MCZ Bull. #132(4) wraps, light wear, vg copy, 165 pp., 68 plates of fossil trilobites. Scarce.
Price: $30.00 (stock#IPAR99P)