We Need Books to Save Biodiversity

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Today we are reposting a blog from the Biodiversity Heritage Library.  Thank you to Grace Costantino for sharing.

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This month, we’re publishing a series of blog posts outlining the importance of biodiversity literature, made available for free and open access through the Biodiversity Heritage Library, to today’s scientific research and conservation initiatives. With your help, we can help save biodiversity. 
The Biodiversity Heritage Library (BHL) is revolutionizing the way scientific research is conducted by providing free and open access to biodiversity literature and archives representing over 500 years of scientific exploration, research, and discovery.

What’s so special about Historic Literature and Archives? 
Historic literature and archival fieldbooks provide information that is critical to studying biodiversity. These documents are replete with data detailing the morphology, phylogeny and ethology of earth’s species. In many cases, this literature constitutes the only available knowledge for rareendangered, and extinct species.
In addition to species data, published books and fieldbooks capture ecosystem profiles, distribution maps, inter-dependency observations, and geological and climatic records. They also provide an historical perspective on species abundance,habitat alteration, and human explorationculture and discovery.

This information has a multitude of applications in modern-day science. It is used to populate species databases and datasets that inform present-day research. It not only allows scientists to study biodiversity, but also to save it by enabling new species identification and facilitating the development of holistic conservation methods that integrate all of the factors necessary for a species’ wellbeing into its overall protection strategy. Furthermore, the discoveries captured in historic literature provide the foundations upon which contemporary models, theories anddisciplines are based.
Sadly, much of these publications and archival content are available in only a few select libraries in the developed world.

“Science is all about disseminating knowledge and building upon what has come before, yet so much of our knowledge of plants and animals has remained inaccessible to those who could make use of it,” laments Dr. John Sullivan, an evolutionary biologist with the Academy of Natural Sciences, Philadelphia and Cornell University. “This has been a big part of the ‘taxonomic impediment.’”

The Biodiversity Heritage Library is Alleviating the Taxonomic Impediment 
The Biodiversity Heritage Library boasts a collection of over 45 million pages from over 150,000 volumes and has served more than 3.5 million people in nearly every country since its launch in 2007. Additionally, BHL has made over 93,000 of the illustrations within its collection available in Flickr, which in turn have been viewed over 80 million times. Services such as taxonomic name finding tools, custom PDF downloads, and open APIs allow users to easily locate and reuse these resources.

“BHL is radically changing the status quo and democratizing access to knowledge about biodiversity,” lauds Dr. Sullivan. “Now anybody in the world has instant access to the original species description in a couple of clicks!”

The Mascarene Parrot. Now Extinct. Rothschild, Lionel Walter Rothschild. Extinct Birds (1907).http://biodiversitylibrary.org/page/38665729

Cane Toad. From the first published account of the flora and fauna of North America: Catesby, Mark.Natural History of Carolina, Florida and the Bahama Islands (1729-47).http://biodiversitylibrary.org/page/38993574.

Cane Toad. From the first published account of the flora and fauna of North America: Catesby, Mark.Natural History of Carolina, Florida and the Bahama Islands (1729-47).http://biodiversitylibrary.org/page/38993574.

New book list, November 26, 2014

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Alfred Russel Wallace: explorer, evolutionist, public intellectual – a thinker for our own times?

By Ted Benton. Manchester, UK: Siri Scientific Press, c2013. HOLLIS# 014173576
QH31.W2 B46 2013

Animal weapons: the evolution of battle.

By Douglas J. Emlen; illustrated by David J. Tuss. First edition. New York, New York: Henry Holt and Company, 2014. HOLLIS# 014232794
QL940.E45 2014

Arthropod fauna of the United Arab Emirates. Volume 5.

Editor, Antonius van Harten. Abu Dhabi: Dar Al Ummah, c2008- . HOLLIS# 011987914
QL434.56.U5 A78 2008 v. 5

Beach-spawning fishes: reproduction in an endangered ecosystem.

By Karen L.M. Martin, Pepperdine University, Malibu, California, USA. Boca Raton: CRC Press, Taylor & Francis Group, [2015]. HOLLIS# 014228454
QL639.2.M37 2015

Biomolecular feedback systems.

By Domitilla Del Vecchio, Richard M. Murray. Princeton, New Jersey: Princeton University Press, [2015]. HOLLIS# 014228455
QH508.D45 2015

Birds of New Guinea.

By Thane K. Pratt and Bruce M. Beehler; with editorial contributions by K. David Bishop, Brian J. Coates, Jared M. Diamond, and Mary LeCroy; illustrated by John C. Anderton and Szabolcs Kokay and James Coe and Dale Zimmerman. Second edition. Princeton, New Jersey: Princeton University Press, [2015]. HOLLIS# 014228458
QL691.N48 B44 2015

The birds of Pandemonium: life among the exotic and the endangered.

By Michele Raffin. First edition. Chapel Hill, North Carolina: Algonquin Books of Chapel Hill, 2014. HOLLIS# 014228467
QL676.56.C2 R34 2014

Carnivores of Australia: past, present and future.

Edited by A.S. Glen and C.R. Dickman. Collingwood, Vic. CSIRO Publishing, [2014]. HOLLIS# 014228470
QL737.C2C346 2014x [e-book]

Creatures of the deep: in search of the sea’s monsters and the world they live in.

By Erich Hoyt. Second edition, updated and expanded. Richmond Hill, Ontario; Buffalo, New York: Firefly Books Ltd.,2014. HOLLIS# 014228480
QL125.5.H69 2014

Ecology of wildfire residuals in boreal forests.

By Ajith H. Perera and Lisa J. Buse (Ontario Forest Research Institute, Sault St. Marie, Ontario, Canada). Chichester, West Sussex; Hoboken, NJ: John Wiley & Sons, Ltd., 2014. HOLLIS# 014228483
QH545.F5 P47 2014

The evolution of insect mating systems.

Edited by David M. Shuker and Leigh W. Simmons. First Edition. Oxford; New York: Oxford University Press; [St. Albans]: The Royal Entomological Society, 2014. HOLLIS# 014228491
QL495.E92 2014

Forests and globalization: challenges and opportunities for sustainable development.

Edited by William Nikolakis and John Innes. Abingdon, Oxon; New York: Routledge, 2014. HOLLIS# 014228498
SD387.S87 F68 2014

Foundations of museum studies: evolving systems of knowledge.

By Kiersten F. Latham and John E. Simmons. Santa Barbara, California: Libraries Unlimited, an imprint of ABC-CLIO, LLC, [2014]. HOLLIS# 014228502
AM5.L38 2014

Free-ranging cats: behavior, ecology, management.

By Stephen Spotte. Chichester, West Sussex, UK; Hoboken, NJ: Wiley Blackwell, 2014. HOLLIS# 014228503
SF450.S66 2014

Genotype-by-environment interactions and sexual selection.

Edited by John Hunt and David Hosken. Chichester, West Sussex, UK; Hoboken, NJ: Wiley Blackwell, 2014. HOLLIS# 014228507
QL761.G46 2014

The hunt for the golden mole: all creatures great and small, and why they matter.

By Richard Girling. London: Chatto & Windus, 2014. HOLLIS# 014151353
QL82.G47 2014

In search of lost frogs: the campaign to rediscover the world’s rarest amphibans.

By Robin Moore. Richmond Hill, Ontario; Buffalo, New York: Firefly Books, 2014. HOLLIS# 014228510
QL668.E2 M66 2014

Insect histology: practical laboratory techniques.

By Pedro Barbosa, Deborah L. Berry, Christina S. Kary. Second edition. Chichester, West Sussex; Hoboken, NJ: John Wiley & Sons, Inc., 2014. HOLLIS# 014228512
QL464.B34 2014

Insect morphology and phylogeny: a textbook for students of entomology.

By Rolf G. Beutel, Frank Friedrich, Si-Qin Ge, Xing-Ke Yang. Berlin; New York: De Gruyter, [2013]. HOLLIS# 014224222
QL494.B483 2013

Late Ordovician ostracods of the Girvan district, South-west Scotland.

By Mohibullah Mohibullah, Mark Williams & Jan Zalasiewicz. London: Palaeontographical Society, 2014. HOLLIS# 014227666
QE817.O8 M65 2014

Life on display: revolutionizing U.S. museums of science and natural history in the twentieth century.

By Karen A. Rader, Victoria E.M. Cain. Chicago; London: The University of Chicago Press, 2014. HOLLIS# 014228518
QH70.U6 R33 2014

Lower Jurassic foraminifera from the Llanbedr (Mochras farm) Borehole, North Wales, UK.

By Philip Copestake & Ben Johnson. London: Palaeontographical Society, 2014. HOLLIS# 014227677
QE772.C66 2014

Malacofauna pliocenica Toscana. Vol. 10: Pteriomorphia Beurlen, 1894.

By C. Chirli; [fotografia, Enrico Ulivi]. Firenze: C. Chirli, [1997]- . HOLLIS# 007803888
QE801.C44 1997 v. 10

Marine biodiversity conservation: a practical approach.

By Keith Hiscock. Abingdon, Oxon; New York, NY: Routledge, 2014. HOLLIS# 014228520
QH91.8.B6 H57 2014

Migration: the biology of life on the move.

By Hugh Dingle, Professor Emeritus of Entomology, University of California at Davis, USA. Second edition. Oxford; New York: Oxford University Press, 2014. HOLLIS# 014228536
QL754.D515 2014

Molecular and cellular physiology of neurons.

By Gordon L. Fain with Thomas O’Dell; illustrations by Margery J. Fain. Second edition. Cambridge, Massachusetts: Harvard University Press, 2014. HOLLIS# 014020509
QP363.F35 2014

Natural biomarkers for cellular metabolism: biology, techniques, and applications.

Edited by Vladimir V. Ghukasyan, Ahmed A. Heikal. Boca Raton, FL: CRC Press, [2015]. HOLLIS# 014228543
R853.B54 N38 2015

Planet of the bugs: evolution and the rise of insects.

By Scott Richard Shaw. Chicago; London: The University of Chicago Press, 2014. HOLLIS# 014224225
QL468.7.S53 2014

Principles of developmental genetics.

Edited by Sally A. Moody. 2nd edition. London: Elsevier Academic Press, 2015. HOLLIS# 014228556
QH453.P756 2015

Progress toward restoring the Everglades: the fifth biennial review, 2014.

By Committee on Independent Scientific Review of Everglades Restoration Progress, Water Science and Technology Board, Board on Environmental Studies and Toxicology, Division on Earth and Life Studies, National Research Council of the National Academies. Washington, D.C.: National Academies Press, 2014. HOLLIS# 014228568
QH105.F6 N37 2014

Tales from Gombe.

By Anup Shah and Fiona Rogers. Richmond Hill, Ontario: Firefly Books Ltd., 2014. HOLLIS# 014228579
QL737.P96 S46 2014

The terrestrial invertebrate fauna of Barrow Island, Western Australia.

Edited by Nihara R. Gunawardene, Jonathan D. Majer, Christopher K. Taylor, and Mark S. Harvey. Perth: Western Australian Museum, 2013. HOLLIS# 014233945
QL339.W4 T47 2013

The tree of life: evolution and classification of living organisms.

Edited by Pablo Vargas, Real Jardin Botánico, Madrid, Spain; Rafael Zardoya, Museo Nacional de Ciencias Naturales, Madrid, Spain ; translated by Anne Louise. Sunderland, Massachusetts, U.S.A.: Sinauer Associates, Inc. Publishers, [2014]. HOLLIS# 014228584
QH366.2.A7313 2014

Urban entomology: insect and mite pests in the human environment.

By William H. Robinson. 1st ed. London; New York: Chapman & Hall, 1996. HOLLIS# 007602962
QL472.7.R63 1996

The wild cat book.

By Fiona Sunquist and Mel Sunquist; with photos by Terry Whittaker and others. Chicago; London: University of Chicago Press, [2014]. HOLLIS# 014228610
QL737.C23 S862 2014

Woodpeckers of the world: a photographic guide.

By Gerard Gorman. Richmond Hill, Ontario; Buffalo, New York: Firefly Books, 2014. HOLLIS# 014228615
QL696.P56 G67 2014

New book list, November 5, 2014

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Aus der Urzeit aufgetaucht: Bilddokumentation über sensationelle Wal- und Haifunde aus Schleswig-Holstein.

[By] Gerhard Höpfner. Lübeck: Museum für Natur und Umwelt der Hansestadt Lübeck, die Lübecker Museen Kulturstiftung: Naturwissenschaftlicher Verein zu Lübeck, 2014. HOLLIS# 014219000

QE882.C5 H67 2014

 

Catalogue of invertebrate collection deposited in the Department of Zoology, the University Museum, the University of Tokyo. Pt. 1-3.

Edited by Rei Ueshima. Tōkyō: Tōkyō Daigaku Sōgō Kenkyū Hakubutsukan, 2006-<2011>. HOLLIS# 010583640

QL362.7.T65 2006

 

Catalogue of the Kojiro Shiraishi insect collection, the University Museum, the University of Tokyo. Odonata.

[By] Shin-ichi Suda, Yuki Sugiura, Katsuhiro Awano, Yulina Kato, Hayato Ito, Yasuhiro Ito & Masaya Yago. Tōkyō: Tōkyō Daigaku Sōgō Kenkyū Hakubutsukan, 2013. HOLLIS# 014218917

QL520.25.J3 T64 2013

 

Catalogue of the Shigeru Eda insect collection, the University Museum, the University of Tokyo. Part I, Lepidoptera, Rhopalocera.

[By] Katsuhiro Awano, Hideyuki Ozawa, Masaya Yago & Yoshiaki Nishino. Tōkyō: Tōkyō Daigaku Sōgō Kenkyū Hakubutsukan, 2012. HOLLIS# 014218958

QL545.2.T64 2012

 

Catalogue of the Suguru Igarashi insect collection, the University Museum, the University of Tokyo.

[By] Motohiro Harada, Motomu Teshirogi, Hideyuki Ozawa & Masaya Yago. Tōkyō: Tōkyō Daigaku Sōgō Kenkyū Hakubutsukan, 2012. HOLLIS# 014218886

QL561.P2 T64 2012

 

Freshwater mussels of Florida.

By James D. Williams, Robert S. Butler, Gary L. Warren, and Nathan A. Johnson; with special thanks to Sherry L. Bostick, Richard T. Bryant. Tuscaloosa: The University of Alabama Press, [2014]. HOLLIS# 014215323

QL430.6.W553 2014

 

The gamekeepers: Wisconsin wildlife conservation from WCD to CWD.

By David L. Gjestson. Madison, WI: Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources, 2013. HOLLIS# 014212930

SK355.G47 2013

 

Guide to the butterflies of the Palearctic Region. Vol. 5, pt. 2: Pieridae, pt. II. Subfamily Coliadinae, tribe Coliadini.

Editor: G. C. Bozano. Milano: Onmes Artes; 1999. HOLLIS# 009115949

QL546.G84 1999 v. 5, pt. 2

 

Kai no seitai.

Henshū Iwanami Shoten Henshūbu; kanshū Taki Isao, Horikoshi Masuoki; shashin Iwanami Eiga Seisakujo. Tōkyō: Iwanami Shoten, Shōwa 29 [1954]. HOLLIS# 014214504

QL430.4.K24 1954

 

Malacofauna pliocenica Toscana. Vol. 9: Gastropoda fine Scaphopoda.

[By] C. Chirli; [fotografia, Enrico Ulivi]. Firenze: C. Chirli, [1997]-HOLLIS# 007803888

QE801.C44 1997 v. 9

 

Marine Benthic Dinoflagellates: Unveiling their Worldwide Biodiversity.

By Mona Hoppenrath, Shauna A. Murray, Nicolas Chomérat, Takeo Horiguchi. Stuttgart: Schweizerbart’sche Verlagsbuchhandlung, [2014]. HOLLIS# 014218768

QK569.D56 H66 2014

 

The meaning of human existence.

By Edward O. Wilson. First edition. New York: Liveright Publishing Corporation, a division of W.W. Norton & Company, [2014]. HOLLIS# 014172978

BD450.W5225 2014

 

The monkey’s voyage: how improbable journeys shaped the history of life.

By Alan de Queiroz. New York: Basic Books, 2013. HOLLIS# 013986969

[e-book]

 

Moths of Glamorgan.

By David Gilmore, David Slade & Barry Stewart. Helston, Cornwall: Atropos Publishing, 2014. HOLLIS# 014203695

QL555.G7 G45 2014

 

The nature of classification: relationships and kinds in the natural sciences.

By John S. Wilkins, University of Melbourne, Australia; and Malte C. Ebach, University of New South Wales, Australia. Houndmills, Basingstoke, Hampshire; New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2014. HOLLIS# 013904444

[e-book]

 

Nihon no kaigara = Shells of Japan.

Compiled by Iwanami Shoten Henshūbu. Tokyo: Iwanami Shoten, Shōwa 30 [1955]. HOLLIS# 014214495

QL430.4.N44 1955

 

Paradoxical platypus: hobnobbing with duckbills.

By David Fleay. [Burleigh Town, Qld.]: Friends of Fleays Association Inc., 2009. HOLLIS# 014174677

QL737.M72 F54 2009

 

The retina: an approachable part of the brain.

By John E. Dowling. Rev. ed. Cambridge, Mass.: Belknap Press of Harvard University Press, 2012. HOLLIS# 012800957

QP479.D65 2012

 

Shen qi de hai bei.

Cai Yingya; Xie Shaohe bian zhu. Shantou: Shantou da xue chu ban she, 2001. HOLLIS# 014214521

QL430.4.C24 2001

 

Shen qi de hai bei. (Vol. 1-5).

Cai Yingya ; Xie Shaohe bian zhu. Shantou: Shantou da xue chu ban she, 2001. HOLLIS# 014214525

QL430.4.C243 2001 v. 1-5

 

A systematic catalogue of the scale insect family Margarodidae (Hemiptera: Coccoidea) of the world.

By Yair Ben-Dov; in collaboration with Douglass R. Miller and Gary A.P. Gibson. Wimborne, UK: Intercept Limited, c2005. HOLLIS# 009795723

QL527.M37 B45 2005

Alexander Agassiz’s Expedition and Other Images Collection: An Archivist’s Process

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By Gwendolyn Henry, EdM, MSLIS

Archivist and Library Assistant

Ernst Mayr Library, Museum of Comparative Zoology

Harvard University

Processing the Alexander Agassiz’s Expedition and Other Images Collection (1897-1950 (bulk)), which contains 734 gelatin dry plate glass negatives, 268 film negatives and 13 photographic prints requires several key skills: strong attention to detail, the ability to do research, knowledge of descriptive metadata, and most of all a steady hand.

I started this project in April 2012 with little experience in processing glass plate negatives. Before delving into the hands-on technical component of processing, I conducted a bit of research. I asked myself, what is this collection’s provenance?

Using my local resources I gained information from Robert Young, the Ernst Mayr Library’s Special Collections Librarian and records left behind from previous librarians. I learned that the images document the expeditions and work of Alexander Agassiz (1835-1910), a pioneer in oceanographic research, zoological investigation, and mining engineering. Agassiz was best known as a naturalist and for his expeditions, deep-sea investigations, and studies of coral reefs and islands. He devoted four decades to expanding and developing the Harvard University Museum of Comparative Zoology, where he served as curator and director from 1873 to 1910.  Included in the collection are many unpublished images from expeditions of the Albatross, Challenger, Croydon, and Yaralla to locations such as Easter Island, Fiji, and Australia, as well as glimpses of Agassiz’s Newport, Rhode Island laboratory and home; also photographs taken by later MCZ director Thomas Barbour and a number of zoological specimen images. The collection, stored in a cabinet in the library’s Room K for decades, was initially processed in the 1970s, when group numbers were assigned and attempts at identification were made.

In order to get myself organized to process this collection I took following steps:

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Survey the collection 

I began in-depth evaluation of the collection with the sizing and counting of the glass plates. The survey step was necessary to improve control of the images and to order supplies to rehouse them. Maggie Hale from Harvard Library Imaging Services provided a batch-loader spreadsheet and draft work plan template to document the descriptive metadata.  Ms. Hale and Brenda Bernier from the Weissman Preservation Center examined the collection and provided technical advice.

Documentation of Descriptive Information

Starting in June 2012, I literally took items from each wooden drawer (see image above), reorganized them by the group numbers and subject areas that were developed by librarians in the 1970’s, measured and documented the length and width of each item, transcribed descriptive information on the original sleeve, and noted the condition and type of each item (broken, chipped, or torn; glass, film or paper photograph) in the batch-loader Google Doc spreadsheet template. After completing the documentation, I grouped the sizes within a group number together. For example for group g3B all the glass plates were put together, and the same method was followed for the film and print photographs. In the screenshot below you will see the digitized glass plate with the descriptive fields listed underneath. The descriptive metadata was gleaned from the batch-loader spreadsheet.

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Cataloging:

Call numbers and Hollis record (Hollis #014208913) for the collection were developed by Robert Young. Between September and November 2013 I matriculated in the Library Juice Academy course, Describing Photographs for the Online Catalogue, which increased my skills in providing rich descriptive metadata.

Cleaning:

The collection was in remarkable good condition except for a few broken glass plates. The conservation steps taken were to remove dust, and debris. To clean the glass plates, while wearing nylon gloves I held the glass plate with one hand and wiped down the ink-free side with ethanol alcohol soaked cotton cloth. Once dry, I placed the glass plates in acid-free enclosures and boxed them in preparation for digitization at Harvard Library Imaging Services. For films and prints I gently removed dust with either a blower or cotton cloth.

Shipping and Rehousing for Permanent Storage:

Items were grouped – glass plates, followed by film and prints – and placed in temporary record center boxes designed for transport with Volara and bubble wrap for inside padding. They were then brought from the Ernst Mayr Library’s Special Collection to the Harvard Library Imaging Services at Widner Library by Robert Young and his wife Eriko in their car.  After the items were digitized and returned to the Ernst Mayr Library, I rehoused them in permanent storage boxes.

Digitization:

Digitization of the collection was completed in August 2014, and the descriptive information from the spreadsheet, linked to the images, is now in the Harvard University Library’s Visual Information Access catalog (VIA), and can be accessed here.

List of materials used:

  1. Record center boxes for temporary storage and transport.
  2. Suspension boxes for permanent storage
  3. ethanol alcohol
  4. cotton pads
  5. acid-free sleeves
  6. magnifying glass

 

William McMichael Woodworth with woman on deck, Samoa. 1897, Photograph from glass-plate negative

William McMichael Woodworth with woman on deck, Samoa. 1897, Photograph from glass-plate negative

Personal Reflections:
My greatest fear while working with this collection was that I would break a glass plate negative. Luckily for me and the collection, this never happened! What did break was my initial assumption that I wouldn’t be able to personally connect with a scientific exploration collection.  Although I held each item up to a light and reviewed them with a magnifying glass in order to better describe them, some details became more apparent once digitized. The digitized collection revealed indigenous and local peoples of Fiji, Samoa, Peru, Samba River Valley, Panama, Cuba and Jamaica.

As an Archivist, my academic training and professional experiences provided me with the ability to arrange and describe collections, and yet they also position me to create more intersections between the collections with their corresponding peoples, cultures, places and times.  Two years ago when I took on the project, I did not think of the subject areas of Cultural anthropology, Native aesthetics, Colonization, Sociology or Ecology as research uses in addition to scientific exploration, and zoological specimens.  I think of the descendants of the indigenous people in these images and their possibility to have more access to their elders that are long gone. I’m glad I was able to personally connect to a rich part of history.

 

Alexander Agassiz’s Expedition and Other Images Collection is now accessible!

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Background

The collection, which primarily documents the expeditions and work of Alexander Agassiz, a pioneer in oceanographic research and zoological investigation and curator and director of the Museum of Comparative Zoology (1873-1910), consists of 734 gelatin dry plate glass negatives, 268 film negatives, and 13 photographic prints from the late 1890s through the mid-twentieth century.  The photographs were taken on the Albatross, Challenger, Croydon, and Yaralla expeditions to locations such as Easter Island, Fiji, and Australia, as well as at Agassiz’s Newport, Rhode Island, laboratory and home and at other sites.  The collection also includes images taken by Thomas Barbour (who was a student of Alexander Agassiz two decades before becoming MCZ director himself) in South America, Indonesia, Jamaica, Cuba and Florida, as well as those (chiefly zoological specimens) photographed at or for the MCZ.

The images, which were digitized at Harvard Library Imaging Services, supplement related images of the three Albatross expeditions to the Pacific (1891, 1899-1900, and 1904-1905) and the Hassler Expedition to South America (1871-1872), accessible through the HUL Open Collections Program’s Expeditions & Discoveries web page.

Access

The collection’s 1,015 digital images are in the Harvard University Library’s Visual Information Access catalog (VIA) and can be accessed here.

 

Robert Young, Special Collections Librarian

Gwendolyn Fougy Henry, EdM, MSLIS Archivist and Library Assistant

New book list, October 22, 2014

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Les amphibiens et les reptiles du Languedoc-Roussillon et régions limitrophes: atlas biogéographique.
[By] Philippe Geniez et Marc Cheylan. [Mèze]: Biotope; [Paris]: Muséum national d’histoire naturelle, 2012. HOLLIS# 014151386
QL658.F7 G45 2012

Les animaux et écosystèmes de l’Holocene disparus de Madagascar.
[By] Steven M. Goodman & William L. Jungers; illustrations de Velizar Simeonovski. Antananarivo, Madagascar: Association Vahatra, 2013. HOLLIS# 014173585
QE720.2.M28 G66 2013

Atlas des amphibiens et reptiles de France.
Jean Lescure & Jean-Christophe de Massary, coordinateurs; ouvrage collectif de la Société herpétologique de France. Mèze: Biotope; Paris: Muséum national d’histoire naturelle, 2012. HOLLIS# 014151420
QL658.F7 S63 2012

The birds of London.
By Andrew Self. London; New York: Bloomsbury Publishing Plc, 2014. HOLLIS# 014173590
QL690.G7 S45 2014

The breeding birds of the London area: the distribution and changing status of London’s breeding birds in the closing years of the 20th century.
Editor, Jan Hewlett; survey co-ordinator, K.F. Betton; maps, M.J. Earp; editorial advisory group, P.F.S. Cornelius … [et al.]. London: London Natural History Society, 2002. HOLLIS# 014173595
QL690.G7 B74 2002

Catalogue of the Masao Oita insect collection, the University Museum, the University of Tokyo.
By Masaya Yago [and 7 others]. Tōkyō-to Bunkyō-ku: Tōkyō Daigaku Sōgō Kenkyū Hakubutsukan, 2014. HOLLIS# 014212639
QL556.J3 T65 2014

Daichi no megumi to sono miryoku: dai 29-kai tokubetsu kikakuten = Presentation of geoheritage: 29th special exhibition.
Toyohashi-shi Shizenshi Hakubutsukan; [henshū, Satō Chisako]. [Toyohashi]: Toyohashi-shi Shizenshi Hakubutsukan, 2014. HOLLIS# 014152386
QE304.D34 2014

The Evolutionary Feedback between Genetic Conflict and Genome Architecture.
By Adrian Young. Thesis, Ph.D. Harvard University, 2014. HOLLIS# 014101158
QH447.Y68 2014

Handbook of the mammals of the world. Volume 4: sea mammals.
Chief editors, Don E. Wilson, Russell A. Mittermeier; associate editors, Sue Ruff, Albert Martínez-Vilalta; authors, Paolo Cavallini … [et al.]. Barcelona: Lynx, c2009-. HOLLIS# 012111668
Ref. QL701.2.H25 2009 v. 4

Kamele sind anders – Trampeltiere in MitteleuropaSozialverhalten – Haltungsproblematik – Reiten und Therapie.
By Gabriele Heidicke mit einem Beitr. von Pamela Holzlöhner1. Aufl. Hohenwarsleben Westarp-Wiss. 2011. HOLLIS# 014173655
QL737.C433 H44 2011

A message from Martha: the extinction of the passenger pigeon and its relevance today.
By Mark Avery. London; New York: Bloomsbury, 2014. HOLLIS# 014203698
QL696.CC63 A87 2014

Modern phylogenetic comparative methods and their application in evolutionary biology: concepts and practice.
László Zsolt Garamszegi, editor. Heidelberg; New York: Springer, [2014]. HOLLIS# 014208961
QH367.5.M63 2014

Narwhal tusk discoveries.
By Martin T. Nweeia. [place of publication not identified]: [publisher not identified], [2014]. HOLLIS# 014208706
QL737.C433 N84 2014

The passenger pigeon.
By Errol Fuller. Princeton, New Jersey: Princeton University Press, [2014]. HOLLIS# 014203704
QL696.C63 F85 2014

Die Säugetiere Schleswig-Holsteins.
[By] Peter Borkenhagen; herausgegeben von der Faunistisch-Ökologischen Arbeitsgemeinschaft Schleswig-Holstein. Husum: Husum Druck- und Verlagsgesellschaft, 2011. HOLLIS# 014174575
QL728.G3 B67 2011

A taxonomic study on the family formicidae from Hubei Province (Insecta.Hymenoptera: Formicidae).
By Wang Rei. Wuhan: Zhongguo di zhi da xue chu ban she, 2009. HOLLIS# 014202558
QL568.F7 W36 2009

Türkiye kuşları cep kitabı = The pocket book for birds of Türkiye.
Prof. Dr. İlhami Kiziroğlu. 2. baskı. Ankara: Geoturka, 2009. HOLLIS# 013734005
QL691.T9 K59 2009

The walking whales: from land to water in eight million years.
By J.G.M. Thewissen; with illustrations by Jacqueline Dillard. Berkeley: University of California Press, [2015]. HOLLIS# 014135019
QE882.C5 T484 2015

New book list, October 8, 2014

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Aggression in humans and other primates: biology, psychology, sociology.
Edited by Hans-Henning Kortüm & Jürgen Heinze. Berlin; Boston: De Gruyter, [2013]. HOLLIS# 014173649
BF575.A3 A5237 2013

Amphibian conservation: global evidence for the effects of interventions.
By Rebecca K. Smith and William J. Sutherland. Exeter: Pelagic Publishing, [2014]. HOLLIS# 014173581
QL644.7.S65 2014

Bee time: lessons from the hive.
By Mark L. Winston. Cambridge, Massachusetts: Harvard University Press, 2014. HOLLIS# 014020511
SF523.3.W547 2014

Between land and sea: the Atlantic Coast and the transformation of New England.
By Christopher L. Pastore. Cambridge, Massachusetts: Harvard University Press, 2014. HOLLIS# 014020516
GB459.4.P37 2014

Biota rossiĭskikh vod ͡IAponskogo mor͡ia (Biota of the Russian waters of the Sea of Japan). Volumes 1-9.
Glavnyĭ redaktor serii, V.L. Kasʹ͡ianov. Vladivostok: Dalʹnauka, 2004-. HOLLIS# 013416629
QH95.24.B56 2004

Cerambycidae sul-americanos (Coleoptera): taxonomia: subfamília Cerambycinae. Vol. 5: Cerambycini-Subtribo Sphallotrichina subtrib. nov., Callidiopini Lacordaire, 1869, Graciliini Mulsant, 1839, Neocorini trib. nov. Vol. 13: Subfamília Lamiinae, Hemilophini Thomson, 1868, parte I. Suplemento 3.
Ubirajara R. Martins, organizador. São Paulo: Sociedade Brasileira de Entomologia, 1997-. HOLLIS# 012107944
QL596.C4C47 1997 v. 5, 13 (pt. 1)

Catalogue of the living bivalvia of the continental coast of the Sea of Japan (East Sea) = Katalog sovremennykh dvustvorchatykh molli͡uskov kontinentalʹnogo poberezhʹi͡a I͡Aponskogo mori͡a.
By K.A. Lutaenko and R.G. Noseworthy. Vladivostok: Dalʹnauka, 2012. HOLLIS# 014202897
QL430.6.L88 2012

Crabs and shrimps of the Pacific Coast: a guide to shallow-water decapods from southeastern Alaska to the Mexican border.
By Gregory C. Jensen, Ph.D. 2nd edition. Bremerton (3808 Sundown Dr.), Washington: MolaMarine, ©2014. HOLLIS# 014203678
QL444.M33 J46 2014

Deepwater megabenthos of south-western Australia.
Edited by F.R. McEnnulty. Perth, W.A.: Western Australian Museum, 2011. HOLLIS# 014203554
QH95.55.A8D34 2011

Diversity, prevalence, and host specificity of avian Plasmodium and Haemoproteus in a Western Amazon assemblage.
By Maria Svensson-Coelho, John G. Blake, Bette A. Loiselle, Amanda S. Penrose, Patricia G. Parker, and Robert E. Ricklefs. Washington, D.C.: American Ornithologists’ Union, 2013. HOLLIS# 014174436
QL696.P2 S84 2013

Dolphin confidential: confessions of a field biologist.
By Maddalena Bearzi. Chicago; London: The University of Chicago Press, 2012, ©2012. HOLLIS# 013165175
QL737.C432 B43 2012 [e-book]

Ecogeographic patterns of morphological variation in Elepaios (Chasiempis Spp): Bergmann’s, Allen’s, and Gloger’s rules in a microcosm.
By Eric A. Vanderwerf. Washington, D.C.: American Ornithologists’ Union, c2012. HOLLIS# 014174410
QL696.P255 V36 2012

Evolutionary dynamics of mammalian karyotypes.
Editors, Roscoe Stanyon, Alexander Graphodatsky. Basel; New York: Karger, 2012. HOLLIS# 014173617
QH390.E983 2012

An evolutionary perspective on germ cell specification genes in insects.
A dissertation presented by Benjamin Ewen-Campen. Thesis, Ph.D., Harvard University, 2014. HOLLIS# 014101226
QH607.E83 2014

Frogs: genetic diversity, neural development, and ecological implications.
Henry Lambert, editor. New York: Nova Publishers, [2014]. HOLLIS# 014122144
QL668.E2 F7747 2014

The influence of anthropogenic noise on birds and bird studies.
Edited by Clinton D. Francis and Jessica L. Blickley. Washington, D.C. : American Ornithologists’ Union, 2012. HOLLIS# 014174421
QL698.95.F73 2012

Linking bacterial symbiont physiology to the ecology of hydrothermal vent symbioses.
By Roxane Beinart. Thesis, Ph.D., Harvard University, 2014. HOLLIS# 013966038
QH548.B34 2013

Microbiology of the avian egg.
Edited by R.G. Board and R. Fuller. 1st ed. London; New York: Chapman & Hall, 1994. HOLLIS# 013599679
QR116.M53 1994

Mosquito eradication: the story of killing “Campto”.
Editors, Brian H. Kay and Richard C. Russell. Collingwood, VIC: CSIRO Publishing, [2013]. HOLLIS# 014173623
RC116.M66 2013

A natural history of Australian bats: working the night shift.
By Greg Richards and Les Hall; principal photographer, Steve Parish. Collingwood, Vic.: CSIRO Pub., ©2012. HOLLIS# 014173628
QL737.C5R478 2012eb [e-book]

Ninth International workshop on Agglutinated Foraminifera, Zaragoza, Spain, September 3-7, 2012: Abstract volume.
Edited by L. Alegret, S. Ortiz and M. A. Kaminski. London: The Grzybowski Foundation, 2012. HOLLIS# 014199577
QE772.I57 2012

North American amphibians: distribution and diversity.
By David M. Green, Linda A. Weir, Gary S. Casper, and Michael J. Lannoo. Berkeley: University of California Press, [2014]. HOLLIS# 014019981
QL651.G74 2014

A photographic guide to some common birds of Aravallis.
By Shriyans Bhandari. Rajasthan: Rajasthan Tourism Development Corporation Ltd., [2013]. HOLLIS# 014169384
QL691.I4 B53 2013

Planting for wildlife: a practical guide to restoring native forests.

Nicola Munro and David Lindenmayer. Collingwood, Vic.: CSIRO Publishing, 2011. HOLLIS# 014173633
SD409.M86 2011eb [e-book]

Predictors of juvenile survival in birds.
By Terri J. Maness and David J. Anderson. Washington, D.C.: American Ornithologists’ Union, 2013. HOLLIS# 014174443
QL698.2.M25 2013

Regenerat͡sii͡a u goloturiĭ. [Regeneration in holothurians].
[By] I. I͡U. Dolmatov, V.S. Mashanov. Vladivostok: Dalʹnauka, 2007. HOLLIS# 014202898
QL384.H7D65 2007

Report of the seventh session of the sub-committee on aquaculture: St Petersburg, Russian Federation, 7-11 October 2013.
Rome: Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations, [2014]. HOLLIS# 014202550
SH3.F66 2013

A sparrowhawk’s lament: how British breeding birds of prey are faring.
By David Cobham; with illustrations by Bruce Pearson. Princeton, New Jersey; Woodstock, Oxfordshire, United Kingdom: Princeton University Press, [2014]. HOLLIS# 014173635
QL696.F3 C63 2014

Vyrashchivanie lichinok donnykh morskikh bespozvonochnykh v laboratornykh uslovii͡akh :prakticheskie rekomendat͡sii. [Rearing of benthic marine invertebrates under laboratory conditions :practical recommendations].
[By] S.D. Kashenko. Vladivostok: Dalʹnauka, 2010. HOLLIS# 014196398
QL362.8.K37 2010

New book list, September 24, 2014

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An alphataxonomic revision of extinct and extant razorbills (Aves, Alcidae): a combined morphometric and phylogenetic approach.
By N. Adam Smith and Julia A. Clarke. Washington, D.C.: American Ornithologists’ Union, 2011. HOLLIS# 014169118
QL696.C42 S65 2011

The Crustacea: revised and updated from the Traité de Zoologie. Volume 4, pt. B.
Edited by J. Forest and J.C. von Vaupel Klein; advisory editor, F.R. Schram. Leiden; Boston: Brill, 2004- . HOLLIS# 009471158
QL435.C77 2004 v. 4, pt. B

Dinosaurs of Utah.
By Frank DeCourten. Second Edition. Salt Lake City: The University of Utah Press, [2013]. HOLLIS# 014159037
QE862.D2 D42 2013

The evolution of plants.
By K.J. Willis (Biodiversity Institute, University of Oxford), J.C. McElwain (School of Biology & Environmental Science, University College Dublin). Second edition. Oxford, United Kingdom; New York: Oxford University Press, [2014]. HOLLIS# 014159038
QK980.W56 2014

Freshwater fishes of North America. Volume 1: Petromyzontidae to Catostomidae.
Edited by Melvin L. Warren, Jr., and Brooks M. Burr; illustrated by Joseph R. Tomelleri. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press, 2014- . HOLLIS# 014151438
QL625.F74 2014 v. 1

HBW and BirdLife International illustrated checklist of the birds of the world. Volume 1. Non-passerines.
By Josep del Hoyo, Nigel J. Collar; with David A. Christie, Andrew Elliott, Lincoln D.C. Fishpool; colour plates by Richard Allen [and 27 others]. Barcelona: Lynx Edicions, [2014]- . HOLLIS# 014161900
QL677.H78 2014

In the light of evolution. Volume 7. The human mental machinery.
John C. Avise and Francisco J. Ayala, editors. Washington, D.C.: National Academies Press, c2007-. HOLLIS# 011964899
QH359.I55 2007 v. 7

Moths of Europe. Vol. 4, Pyralids 2.
By Patrice Leraut ; foreword by Gaëtan du Chatenet ; translation by Nicholas Flay. [Verrières le Buisson]: N.A.P. Editions, 2006- . HOLLIS# 012194271
QL555.A1 L36 2006 v. 4

Organizing exhibitions: a handbook for museums, libraries and archives.
By Freda Matassa. London: Facet Publishing, [2014]. HOLLIS# 014019994
AM151.M345 2014

Suisun Marsh: ecological history and possible futures.
Edited by Peter B. Moyle, Amber D. Manfree, and Peggy L. Fiedler. Berkeley, California: University of California Press, [2014]. HOLLIS# 014122184
QH105.C2 S874 2014

Tadpoles of Africa: the biology and identification of all known tadpoles in sub-Saharan Africa.
By Alan Channing, Mark-Oliver Rödel, Jenny Channing. Frankfurt am Main: Edition Chimaira, 2012. HOLLIS# 014151390
QL668.E2 C426 2012

New book list, September 10, 2014

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Advances in freshwater decapod systematics and biology.
By Darren C.J. Yeo, Neil Cumberlidge, and Sebastian Klaus (editors). Boston: Brill, 2014. HOLLIS# 014151454
QL444.M33 A33 2014

De amfibieën en reptielen van Nederland.
Onder redactie van Raymond C.M. Creemers, Jeroen J.C.W. van Delft; met bijdragen van Jan W. Arntzen … [et al.]. Leiden: Nationaal Natuurhistorisch Museum Naturalis, 2009. HOLLIS# 012758935
QL643.A44 2009 [with CD-ROM]

Biodiversity of the Four Corners area: technical reviews. Volumes 1-2.
AWF Four Corners TBNRM Project. Harare: Zambezi Society; Bulawayo, Zimbabwe: Biodiversity Foundation for Africa, [2004]. HOLLIS# 010238555
QH195.C37 B56 2004

Codon evolution: mechanisms and models.
Edited by Gina M. Cannarozzi, Adrian Schneider. Oxford; New York: Oxford University Press, 2012. HOLLIS# 013227861
QH390.C63 2012

Conservation assessment of butterflies of South Africa, Lesotho, and Swaziland: red list and atlas.
Edited by S. Mecenero … [et al.]. Johannesburg: Saftronics (Pty) Ltd. and the Animal Demography Unit, 2013. HOLLIS# 014032748
QL557.S6 C66 2013

Conservation biology: foundations, concepts, applications.
By Fred Van Dyke; illustrators and permissions assistants, Michael J. Bigelow, Lauren Anderson; editorial assistant, Jo Ebihara. 2nd ed. [United States]: Springer, c2008. HOLLIS# 014152294
QH75.V37 2008 [on reserve—ask at the circulation desk]

Contributions to the history of herpetology. Volume 1, revised and expanded: Issued to commemorate the I World Congress of Herpetology, Canterbury.
Edited by Kraig Adler. Oxford, Ohio: S.S.A.R., 1989- . HOLLIS# 001838687
Herp. QL640.C6 1989 v. 1 rev.

A democracy of facts: natural history in the early republic.
By Andrew J. Lewis. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, c2011. HOLLIS# 012750976
QH21.U6 L48 2011

Ecoregions: the ecosystem geography of the oceans and continents.
By Robert G. Bailey. 2nd edition. Berlin: Springer, 2014. HOLLIS# 014119438
QH541.15.E248 B24 2014

Essentials of ecology.
By Michael Begon, Robert W. Howarth, Colin R. Townsend. 4th edition. Hoboken, NJ: Wiley, 2014. HOLLIS# 014012567
QH541.B44 2014

The evolution of phylogenetic systematics.
Edited by Andrew Hamilton. Berkeley: University of California Press, [2014]. HOLLIS# 014151342
QH83.E96 2014eb [e-book]

Experimental evolution and the nature of biodiversity.
By Rees Kassen (Department of Biology, University of Ottawa). Greenwood Village, Colorado: Roberts and Company, [2014]. HOLLIS# 014151345
QH541.15.B56 K37 2014

The extracellular matrix: an overview.
Robert P. Mecham, editor. Berlin; New York: Springer Verlag, c2011. HOLLIS# 014153703
QP88.23.E952 2011

A feathered river across the sky: the passenger pigeon’s flight to extinction.
By Joel Greenberg. First U.S. edition. New York: Bloomsbury, 2014. HOLLIS# 013907148
QL696.C6 G74 2014

Fresh-water birds of Ireland.
Text by Jim Wilson; images by Mark Carmody. Wilton, Cork: Collins Press, 2011. HOLLIS# 014151398
QL690.I7 W55 2011

From taxonomy to phylogenetics: life and work of Willi Hennig.
By Michael Schmitt. Leiden; Boston: Brill, [2013]. HOLLIS# 014151347
QH31.H3585 S36 2013eb [e-book]

The Galapagos: a natural history.
By Henry Nicholls. New York: Basic Books, a member of the Perseus Books Group, [2014]. HOLLIS# 014151349
QH198.G3 N53 2014eb [e-book]

Greifvögel in Deutschland: Bestand, Situation, Schutz.
Hrsg. von Achim Kostrzewa und Gero Speer; unter Mitarb. von E. Bezzel … [et al.]. 2., vollst. neu bearb. und erw. Aufl. Wiebelsheim: Aula, 2001. HOLLIS# 007922357
QL696.F3 G735 2001

Guldholmen Mai 2013: ornitologiske registreringer med hovedvekt på trekkende sjøfugl.
By Bjørn R. Eriksen. Halden: G. Hardeng, 2013. HOLLIS# 014137257
QL690.S8 E74 2013

How to write and publish a scientific paper.
By Robert A. Day and Barbara Gastel. 7th ed. Santa Barbara, Calif.: Greenwood, c2011. HOLLIS# 014151371
Ref. T11.D33 2011

Inland aquaculture in Western Australia: establishing an aquaculture operation: overview and licensing.
Published by Department of Fisheries. Perth, WA: Department of Fisheries, February 2013. HOLLIS# 014151895
SH317.I54 2013

Insect virology.
Edited by Sassan Asgari and Karyn N. Johnson. Norfolk, UK: Caister Academic, c2010. HOLLIS# 014151395
QR327.I572 2010

Mass production of beneficial organisms: invertebrates and entomopathogens.
Edited by Juan A. Morales-Ramos, M. Guadalupe Rojas, David I. Shapiro-Ilan. London: Elsevier Science, 2014. HOLLIS# 014151364
SF517.M27 2014eb [e-book]

A method for determining a fee for access to the aquatic environment for aquaculture and pearling purposes: Water Lease Fees Working Group report to the Hon Minister Norman Moore, MLC Minister for Fisheries, July 2011.
Department of Fisheries. Perth, WA: Department of Fisheries, February 2013. HOLLIS# 014151889
SH375.M37 2013

Peru: Ere-Campuya-Algodón.
Nigel Pitman [and ten others], editores/editors. Chicago: The Field Museum, [2013]. HOLLIS# 014122166
QH128.P47 2013

Recreational fishing in Western Australia: fish identification guide.

Perth, Western Australia: Department of Fisheries, February 2013. HOLLIS# 014151824
SH317.R43 2013

Review of report on the “Status of nearshore finfish stocks in south-western Western Australia: Australian herring and tailor”.
Prepared by Keith Jones, Sillago Research Pty Ltd for the Department of Fisheries, Western Australia. Perth, Western Australia: Department of Fisheries, 2013. HOLLIS# 014151921
SH317.J65 2013

Review of the Western Australian Rock Lobster stock assessment: report to Western Australian, Department of fisheries.
By André E. Punt. Perth, W.A.: Department of Fisheries, 2011. HOLLIS# 014151908
SH380.2.A8 P85 2011

Die Säugetiere Deutschlands: Beobachten und Bestimmen.
[By] Eckhard Grimmberger. 1. Auflage. Wiebelsheim: Quelle & Meyer Verlag, 2014. HOLLIS# 014137371
QL728.G3 G75 2014

Tapeworms, lice, and prions: a compendium of unpleasant infections.
By David I. Grove. First edition. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2014. HOLLIS# 014151365
RA639.G76 2014eb [e-book]

The trilobite book: a visual journey.
By Riccardo Levi-Setti. Chicago; London: University of Chicago Press, 2014. HOLLIS# 014151367
QE821.L455 2014eb [e-book]

Wild again: the struggle to save the black-footed ferret.
By David Jachowski. Berkeley: University of California Press, [2014]. HOLLIS# 013995887
QL737.C25 J32 2014eb [e-book]

New book list, August 20, 2014

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Birds and climate change: impacts and conservation responses.
By James W. Pearce-Higgins, Rhys E. Green. Cambridge; New York: Cambridge University Press, 2014. HOLLIS# 014117392
QL698.95.P43 2014

Climate change adaptation in Africa: an historical ecology.
By Gufu Oba. Abingdon, Oxon; New York, NY: Routledge, 2014. HOLLIS# 014117419
SF55.H67 O43 2014

Coastal conservation.
Edited by Brooke Maslo and Julie L. Lockwood, Rutgers University, New Jersey, USA. Cambridge; New York: Cambridge University Press, 2014. HOLLIS# 014117424
QH541.5.C65 C5485 2014

Collaborative partnerships in transboundary wildlife management: a review of southern African experiences.
By Solomon Mombeshora. Harare, Zimbabwe: Regional Office for Southern Africa, IUCN, The World Conservation Union, 2005. HOLLIS# 010205332
SK575.S55 M66 2005

Endangered elephants: past, present, and future: Symposium on Human-Elephant Relationships and Conflicts, Sri Lanka, September 2003.
Editor, Jayantha Jayewardene. Rajagiriya: Biodiversity and Elephant Conservation Trust, 2004. HOLLIS# 010296666
QL737.P98 S98 2004

Fish chemosenses.
Editors, Klaus Reutter, B.G. Kapoor. Enfield, NH: Science Publishers, c2005. HOLLIS# 009795725
QL639.1.F5524 2005

Foundations of fisheries science.
Edited by Greg G. Sass, Micheal S. Allen; section edited by Robert Arlinghaus [and four others]. Bethesda, Maryland: American Fisheries Society, 2014. HOLLIS# 014122140
SH328.F68 2014

Handbook of Western Australian birds. Volume 2: Passerines (Blue-winged Pitta to Goldfinch).
By R.E. Johnstone and G.M. Storr, edited by Deborah Louise Taylor. Perth, W.A.: Western Australian Museum, 1998- . HOLLIS# 007975815
QL693.J655 1998 v. 2

Handbook on the economics of ecosystem services and biodiversity.
Edited by Paulo A.L.D. Nunes, Pushpam Kumar, Tom Dedeurwaerdere. Cheltenham, UK; Northampton, MA, USA: Edward Elgar, [2014]. HOLLIS# 014122147
QH541.15.E25 H25 2014

Indian birds.
By R. K. Gaur. New Delhi: Brijbasi Printers, 1994. HOLLIS# 010296659
QL691.I4 G38 1994

Inseklopedie van Suider-Afrika.
By Erik Holm. Pretoria: LAPA Uitgewers, 2008. HOLLIS# 012041994
QL485.S6 H65 2008

Mamíferos de España.
[By] Juan Carlos Blanco; prólogo de Miguel Delibes de Castro. 1. ed. Barcelona: Planeta, 1998. HOLLIS# 008190988
QL728.S7 B485 1998 v. 1-2

Quantitative genetics in the wild.
Edited by Anne Charmantier, Dany Garant, Loeske E.B. Kruuk. 1st ed. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2014. HOLLIS# 014122167
QH432.Q36 2014

Rare and endangered plants and animals of Gujarat, February 2003: as part of the Project Conservation of Rare and Endangered Biodiversity of Gujarat.
Vadodara: Gujarat Ecology Society, 2003. HOLLIS# 010296691
QK86.I4 R37 2003

Salmonid spawning habitat in rivers: physical controls, biological responses, and approaches to remediation.
Edited by David A. Sear and Paul DeVries. Bethesda, Md.: American Fisheries Society, 2008. HOLLIS# 012316469
SH167.S18 S3 2008

Shark nursery grounds of the Gulf of Mexico and the East Coast waters of the United States.
Edited by Camilla T. McCandless, Nancy E. Kohler, and Harold L. Pratt, Jr. Bethesda, Md.: American Fisheries Society, 2007. HOLLIS# 012514564
QL638.9.S4537 2007

Spezielle Zoologie. [Teil. 1], Einzeller und wirbellose Tiere.
[Editors], Wilfried Westheide und Reinhard RiegerEinzeller und wirbellose Tiere3rd ed. Berlin; Heidelberg :Springer Spektrum, 2013. HOLLIS# 014137379
QL362.E36 2013 [Teil 1]

Teleosts: evolutionary development, diversity and behavioral ecology.
Skylar Carone, editor. Hauppauge, New York: Nova Science Publisher’s, Inc., [2014]. HOLLIS# 014122188
QL618.2.T45 2014

Wetland conservation in Sri Lanka: proceedings of the National Symposium on Wetland Conservation and Management: June 19th and 20th, 2003, IUCN-The World Conservation Union, Sri Lanka Country Office.

Colombo: IUCN, Sri Lanka, c2004. HOLLIS# 010296670
QH77.S72 N37 2003

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