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Quarterly journal of the Florida Academy of Sciences. v.15-16 (1952-1953)

Parts

  1. Some considerations and problems in the ecology of floating islands
    By: Reid, George K
    Type: Article
    In: Quarterly journal of the Florida Academy of Sciences.
    Volume: 15
    Date: 1952
    Page Range: 63--66
    Publication info: Gainesville,Florida Academy of Sciences
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  2. A list and bibliography of the Mammals of Florida, living and extinct
    By: Sherman, H B
    Type: Article
    In: Quarterly journal of the Florida Academy of Sciences.
    Volume: 15
    Date: 1952
    Page Range: 86--126
    Publication info: Gainesville,Florida Academy of Sciences
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  3. Some physical and chemical properties of certain snake oils
    By: Pollard, C B - Young, David C.
    Type: Article
    In: Quarterly journal of the Florida Academy of Sciences.
    Volume: 15
    Date: 1952
    Page Range: 134--136
    Publication info: Gainesville,Florida Academy of Sciences
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  4. Some evolutionary features inherent in the insect faunas of the Tropics
    By: Brues, Charles T. (Charles Thomas),
    Type: Article
    In: Quarterly journal of the Florida Academy of Sciences.
    Volume: 15
    Date: 1952
    Page Range: 149--154
    Publication info: Gainesville,Florida Academy of Sciences
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  5. A study of the toxicity and stability of dried moccasin (Agkistrodon piscivorus) venom
    By: Pollard, C B - Novak, A F - Harmon, R W - Runzler, W H
    Type: Article
    In: Quarterly journal of the Florida Academy of Sciences.
    Volume: 15
    Date: 1952
    Page Range: 162--164
    Publication info: Gainesville,Florida Academy of Sciences
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  6. A new cray-fish of the genus Procambarus from Georgia with a key to the species of the clarkii subgroup
    By: Hobbs, Horton H. (Horton Holcombe)
    Type: Article
    In: Quarterly journal of the Florida Academy of Sciences.
    Volume: 15
    Date: 1952
    Page Range: 165--174
    Publication info: Gainesville,Florida Academy of Sciences
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  7. A herpetological survey in the vicinity of Lake Shipp, Polk County, Florida
    By: Telford, Sam R.
    Type: Article
    In: Quarterly journal of the Florida Academy of Sciences.
    Volume: 15
    Date: 1952
    Page Range: 175--185
    Publication info: Gainesville,Florida Academy of Sciences
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  8. Parasitic crustaceans from Alligator Harbor, Florida
    By: Pearse, A S
    Type: Article
    In: Quarterly journal of the Florida Academy of Sciences.
    Volume: 15
    Date: 1952
    Page Range: 187--243
    Publication info: Gainesville,Florida Academy of Sciences
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  9. Winter bird census in a south Florida hammock and slough
    By: Hotchkiss, C Tyler
    Type: Article
    In: Quarterly journal of the Florida Academy of Sciences.
    Volume: 16
    Date: 1953
    Page Range: 23--34
    Publication info: Gainesville,Florida Academy of Sciences
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  10. The alligator gar in Florida
    By: Hellman, Robert E
    Type: Article
    In: Quarterly journal of the Florida Academy of Sciences.
    Volume: 16
    Date: 1953
    Page Range: 198--199
    Publication info: Gainesville,Florida Academy of Sciences
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  11. Notes on the life history of the lizard. Neoseps reynoldsi Steineger
    By: Cooper, Byrum W
    Type: Article
    In: Quarterly journal of the Florida Academy of Sciences.
    Volume: 16
    Date: 1953
    Page Range: 235--238
    Publication info: Gainesville,Florida Academy of Sciences
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  12. The prevalence of pinworm infection among first graders of Tallahassee, Florida, and vicinity
    By: Cates, Sue S
    Type: Article
    In: Quarterly journal of the Florida Academy of Sciences.
    Volume: 16
    Date: 1953
    Page Range: 239--242
    Publication info: Gainesville,Florida Academy of Sciences
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  13. Records of Pleistocene reptiles and amphibians from Florida
    By: Brattstrom, Bayard H
    Type: Article
    In: Quarterly journal of the Florida Academy of Sciences.
    Volume: 16
    Date: 1953
    Page Range: 243--248
    Publication info: Gainesville,Florida Academy of Sciences
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  14. Myxomycetes developed in moist chamber culture on bark from living Florida trees; with notes on an undescribed species of Comatricha
    By: Alexopoulos, Const J
    Type: Article
    In: Quarterly journal of the Florida Academy of Sciences.
    Volume: 16
    Date: 1953
    Page Range: 254--262
    Publication info: Gainesville,Florida Academy of Sciences
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