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  1. The blind snakes (Typhlops) of Haiti with descriptions of three new species
    By: Richmond, N D
    Type: Article
    In: Breviora.
    Volume: 202
    Date: 1964
    Page Range: 1--12
    Publication info: Cambridge, Mass. :Museum of Comparative Zoology, Harvard University,[1952-
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  2. First record of the green salamander in Pennsylvania, and other range extensions in Pennsylvania, Virginia and West Virginia
    By: Richmond, N D
    Type: Article
    In: Annals of the Carnegie Museum.
    Volume: 32
    Date: 1952
    Page Range: 313--318
    Publication info: [Pittsburgh] :Published by authority of the Board of Trustees of the Carnegie Institute,1901-
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  3. Fossil amphibians and reptiles of Frankstown Cave, Pennsylvania
    By: Richmond, N D
    Type: Article
    In: Annals of the Carnegie Museum.
    Volume: 36
    Date: 1964
    Page Range: 225--228
    Publication info: [Pittsburgh] :Published by authority of the Board of Trustees of the Carnegie Institute,1901-
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  4. Herpetological type-specimens in Carnegie Museum
    By: Mccoy, C J - Richmond, N D
    Type: Article
    In: Annals of the Carnegie Museum.
    Volume: 38
    Date: 1966
    Page Range: 233--264
    Publication info: [Pittsburgh] :Published by authority of the Board of Trustees of the Carnegie Institute,1901-
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  5. Notes on a collection of Amphibians and Reptiles from New Kent County, Virginia
    By: Richmond, N D - Goin, C J
    Type: Article
    In: Annals of the Carnegie Museum.
    Volume: 27
    Date: 1938
    Page Range: 301--310
    Publication info: [Pittsburgh] :Published by authority of the Board of Trustees of the Carnegie Institute,1901-
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  6. The occurrence of Wehrle's salamander, Plethodon wehrlei Fowler and Dunn, in Virginia
    By: Netting, M G - Green, N. Bayard. - Richmond, N D
    Type: Article
    In: Proceedings of the Biological Society of Washington.
    Volume: 59
    Date: 1946
    Page Range: 157--160
    Publication info: Washington,Biological Society of Washington
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