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  1. Abnormalities in Nicotiana
    By: Allard, H A
    Type: Article
    In: Botanical gazette.
    Volume: 65
    Issue: 2
    Date: 1918
    Page Range: 175--185
    Publication info: Chicago [etc.]University of Chicago Press [etc.]
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  2. An analysis of the flora of Bull Run Mountain region of Virginia using Raunkiaer's "life-form" method
    By: Allard, H A
    Type: Article
    In: Journal of the Washington Academy of Sciences.
    Volume: 34
    Date: 1944
    Page Range: 112--119
    Publication info: Washington [etc.,Washington Academy of Sciences]
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  3. The drumming spider (Lycosa gulosa Walckenaer)
    By: Allard, H A
    Type: Article
    In: Proceedings of the Biological Society of Washington.
    Volume: 49
    Date: 1936
    Page Range: 67--68
    Publication info: Washington,Biological Society of Washington
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  4. The ecology of the wild kidney bean Phaseolus polystachios L BSP
    By: Allard, H A
    Type: Article
    In: Journal of the Washington Academy of Sciences.
    Volume: 37
    Date: 1947
    Page Range: 306--309
    Publication info: Washington [etc.,Washington Academy of Sciences]
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  5. A globose form of pitch pine (Pinus rigida) in Virginia
    By: Allard, H A
    Type: Article
    In: Rhodora
    Volume: 42
    Date: 1940
    Page Range: 308--308
    Publication info: [Cambridge, Mass., etc.]New England Botanical Club [etc.]
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  6. Hovering Flight of Birds and No Wind
    By: Allard, H A
    Type: Article
    In: The journal of the Bombay Natural History Society.
    Volume: 34
    Date: 1931
    Page Range: 1079--1081
    Publication info: Bombay :Bombay Natural History Society,1886-
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  7. The hybrid Oak, X Quercus rudkini at Arlington, Virginia
    By: Allard, H A
    Type: Article
    In: Rhodora
    Volume: 44
    Date: 1942
    Page Range: 262--6
    Publication info: [Cambridge, Mass., etc.]New England Botanical Club [etc.]
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  8. Notes on Some Cicadas in Virginia and West Virginia
    By: Allard, H A
    Type: Article
    In: Journal of the New York Entomological Society.
    Volume: 46
    Date: 1938
    Page Range: 449--452
    Publication info: Lawrence, Kan. :Allen Press [etc.],1893-2007.
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  9. The probable relationship of Phaseolus polystachios to other species
    By: Allard, H A
    Type: Article
    In: Rhodora
    Volume: 45
    Date: 1943
    Page Range: 169--70
    Publication info: [Cambridge, Mass., etc.]New England Botanical Club [etc.]
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  10. The starling's family life and behavior
    By: Allard, H A
    Type: Article
    In: Journal of the Washington Academy of Sciences.
    Volume: 30
    Date: 1940
    Page Range: 34--46
    Publication info: Washington [etc.,Washington Academy of Sciences]
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  11. The stridulations of some crickets in the Dominican Republic
    By: Allard, H A
    Type: Article
    In: Journal of the Washington Academy of Sciences.
    Volume: 47
    Date: 1957
    Page Range: 150--152
    Publication info: Washington [etc.,Washington Academy of Sciences]
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  12. The Stridulations of Two Interesting Locustidæ
    By: Allard, H A
    Type: Article
    In: Psyche.
    Volume: 18
    Date: 1911
    Page Range: 118--119
    Publication info: Cambridge, Mass. :Cambridge Entomological Club1874-
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  13. A SUPPOSED HYBRID BETWEEN THE OAK SPECIES Q. RUBRA AND ILICIFOLIA
    By: Allard, H A
    Type: Article
    In: Rhodora
    Volume: 36
    Date: 1934
    Page Range: 239--240
    Publication info: [Cambridge, Mass., etc.]New England Botanical Club [etc.]
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  14. The wild bean Phaseolus polystachyus L.) B.S.P.: Its chromosome number
    By: Allard, H A - Allard, H F
    Type: Article
    In: Journal of the Washington Academy of Sciences.
    Volume: 30
    Date: 1940
    Page Range: 335--37
    Publication info: Washington [etc.,Washington Academy of Sciences]
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