2 edition of Decapod and other Crustacea collected on the Presidential cruise of 1938 found in the catalog.
Decapod and other Crustacea collected on the Presidential cruise of 1938
Waldo L. Schmitt
|Statement||by Waldo L. Schmitt.|
|Series||Smithsonian miscellaneous collections -- v. 98, no. 6, Publication -- 3531, Publication (Smithsonian Institution) -- 3531.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||29|
|LC Control Number||39026744|
MSUnge69 Hunt Unger collection MSUnge69 An inventory of the collection at the University of John Macmurray, 2 33 undated Cross, Lawrence L. - election flyer, 2 34 undated Daily Times, 2 35 "Decapod and other Crustacea Collected on the Presidential Cruise House Document no. , 4 National Sketch Book - pamphlet, 4 A comprehensive guide to the identification of more than species of Decapod and Stomatopod crustaceans from southern Australian waters. It is liberally illustrated with more than line drawings and diagnostic illustrations. Details for each species include the authority, year of description,common name if known, diagnosis, size, geographical distribution, and 5/5(1).
This book is a comprehensive guide to the identification of species of decapod and stomatopod crustaceans from southern Australian marine waters. It is liberally illustrated with more than line drawings giving good views of many species as well as diagnostic illustrations. Details for each species include the authority, year of description, . This is the first species of the group from Southeast Asian waters other than the Euphausiacea and Mysidacea collected on the Presidential Cruise of Smithsonian Miscellaneous Collections, (eds.), Treatise on zoology — Anatomy, taxonomy, biology. The Crustacea — Revised and updated, as well as extended from the Traité.
Excerpt from The Marine Decapod Crustacea of California: With Special Reference to the Decapod Crustacea Collected by the United States Bureau of Fisheries Steamer "Albatross" In Connection With the Biological Survey of San Francisco Bay During the Years Author: Waldo L. Schmitt. Decapoda is an order of crustaceans in the class familiar groups, such as crayfish, crabs, lobsters, prawns and shrimp are in this order. Many decapods are scavengers - they eat dead plants and animals. Crabs are mixed feeders, taking algae and shellfish such as molluscs. Lobsters eat mostly live : Malacostraca.
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DECAPOD AND OTHER CRUSTACEA COLLECTED ON THE PRESIDENTIAL CRUISE OF (WITH INTRODUCTION AND STATION DATA1) By WALDO L. SCHMITT. Curator, Division of Marine Invertebrates, U. National Museum (WITH THREE PLATES) INTRODUCTION In July and August of the President of the United States, the Honorable Franklin D.
Roosevelt. Decapod and other Crustacea collected on the Presidential cruise of (with introduction and station data) (with three plates) Author: Waldo L Schmitt ; Smithsonian Institution. Amphipod crustaceans collected on the Presidential cruise of City of Washington, Smithsonian Institution, (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, National government publication, Internet resource: Document Type: Book, Internet Resource: All Authors / Contributors: Clarence R Shoemaker.
Notes on the Crustacea, chiefly Natantia, collected by Captain Robert A. Bartlett in Arctic seas. Download PDF: Sorry, we are unable to provide the full text but you may find it at the following location(s): ersitylibrary (external link)Author: W L Schmitt. Decapod and other Crustacea collected on the Presidential cruise of (with introduction and station data).
Descriptiones Animalium Avium, Amphibiorum, Piscium,Insectorum, Vermium; quae in Itinere orientali by: Schmitt, W. (): Decapod and other Crustacea collected on the Presidential Cruise of (with introduction and station data). — Smithsonian Miscellaneous Coll., 98 (6): 1–29, 2 Abb., 3 Taf. Google Scholar Williams, A.
(): Shrimps, lobsters and crabs of the Atlantic coast of the Eastern United States, Cited by: Scientific results of the world cruises of the yachts Ara, –, and Aim, –, Aim Mediterranean Cruise,and Alva South American Cruise,William K. Vanderbilt commanding.
Part V, CrustaceaCited by: 2. PDF | On Jan 1,Ll. Garcia and others published Presència del cranc subtropical Percnon gibbesi H. Milne Edwards, (Crustacea, Decapoda, Grapsidae) a les illes Balears. Primera cita a. island. The decapods collected during that cruise were studied by SENNA (), who described a new species of Plesionika, P.
gigtiolii, from off the southern coast of Sardinia (off Capo Carbonara). French expeditions of the "Travailleur" and Quad. Lab. Tecnol. Pesca, 3.
Sakai, K. – J.F.W. Herbst-Collection of Decapod Crustacea of the Berlin Zoological Museum, with remarks on certain species. Naturalists, Tokushima Biol. Lab., 6: Schmitt, W.L. – Decapod and other Crustacea collected on the Presidential Cruise of (with introduction and station data).
PERCNON GIBBESI IN CENTRAL MEDITERRANEAN Decapod and other Crustacea collected on. Decapod and other Crustacea collected on the Presidential Cruise of (with introduction. A New Cephalopod Mollusk Collected on the Presidential Cruise of Helen C. Stuart. February 4, ; pp.
Illustrated. Note the first appearance of the Octopus Roosevelti. 10). Amphipod Crustaceans Collected on the Presidential Cruise of Clarence R. Shoemaker. March 5, ; pp. Illustrated. The Biodiversity Heritage Library works collaboratively to make biodiversity literature openly available to the world as part of a global biodiversity community.
Buy The Marine Decapod Crustacea Of California: With Special Reference To The Decapod Crustacea Collected By The United States Bureau Of Fisheries Steamer Of San Francisco Bay During The Years on FREE SHIPPING on qualified ordersAuthor: Waldo Lasalle Schmitt, Albatross (Steamer).
Decapod Crustacea of California." Inhe was promoted to curator of the Division of Marine Invertebrates at the National Museum.
Inhe earned the Ph.D. degree from George Washington University; his doctoral disser- tation on the Australian shrimps collected by the "Endeavour" was published in The marine decapod Crustacea of California.—University of California, Pub- lications in Zoology — Decapod and other Crustacea collected on.
One of the most invasive decapod species in the Mediterranean Sea, P. gibbesi, is native to the eastern Pacific (California to Chile), the western Atlantic (Florida to Brazil) and the eastern. Garth, J.S.,The brachyuran decapod crustaceans of Clipperton Island, Proc.
Calif. Acad. Sci. (series 4)– Google Scholar Garth, J.S.,Globopilumnus xantusii (Stimpson), n. comb., a stridulating crab from the west coast of tropical America, with remarks on discontinuous distribution of some West American and West African Cited by: Decapod crustaceans collected during the Biological Expedition to the Kamchatka Peninsula and the North Kuril Islands in Natural History Research, Special Issue 7: – Komai T., Hayashi K.
& Kohtsuka H. Author: Ivan Marin. Eighty-nine species of decapod crustaceans from the Atlantic coast of Canada are described (including details of mouthparts and other appendages) and original drawings provided for each.
Distribution records for each species from W longitude (80N latitude) in the Arctic (including Hudson Bay) to the northern edge of Georges Bank, and from m in depth are provided. Schmitt, W.L. () Decapod and other Crustacea collected on the Presidential Cruise of (with introduction and station data).
Smithsonian Miscellaneous Collecti 1 – 29, 3 pls. Souza, A. da, S. () Fauna de Crustacea da família Alpheidae (Decapoda) dos recifes coralíneos da Praia de Morros–Passo de Cited by: Presidential Cruise of notes, papers, memoranda, and related materials regarding the scientific results of the cruise (2 of 2) by Schmitt, Waldo L.