American Museum Novitates Volume 1-36

American Museum Novitates Volume 1-36

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1922 edition. Excerpt: ...August 18, 1919. Indiana: 1 9, Lafayette, August 16, 1920. Even the western specimens came from moderately mesophytic situations along streams. Coelioxys modesta Smith Indiana: 1 9, Lafayette, August 16, 1920. A variety with dark legs and nervures. Coelioxys apacheorum Cockerell Colorado: 1 9, between Boulder and Orodell along the rather mesophytic canyon bottom, about 5600 ft. alt., August 11, 1919. Described from New Mexico. Coelioxys rufitarsis Smith Utah: 19,3 rather small cf, Odgen, about 4350 ft. alt., August 30, 1916; 1 o, Huntsville (a few miles east of Ogden), July 26, 1920; 1 9, Provo, about 4500 ft. alt., in an irrigated field, July 31, 1920. Colorado: 1 9, Palisades, near Grand Junction, about 4750 ft. alt., July 18, 1919; 1 9, 1 d," Rifle, about 5400 ft. alt., July 19, 1919; 1 9, from a vacant lot in Pueblo, August 9, 1920. Coelioxys ribis Cockerell Wyoming: 1 9, Jackson, about 6300 ft. alt., among aspens and various plants of a moderately moist pasture-land type, July 15, 1920. Colorado: 1 d,"-Ouray, about 8500 ft. alt., among Douglas spruce, aspen, scrub-oak, etc., July 11, 1919; 1 9, August 7, 1920, and 1?, August 1, 1919, Tennessee Pass, about 10,400 ft. alt., in the lodge-pole pine area; 1 9, 1 cf, Leadville, about 10,200 ft. alt., collected in the town by Mr. H. F. Schwarz. Coelioxys porterse Cockerell Colorado: 1 9, between Aspen and Highland along Castle Creek, about 8500 ft. alt., oaks, aspens and a few spruce, collected by Mr. H. F. Schwarz, July 25, 1919; 1 9, Glenwood Springs, about 5800 ft. alt., oak, squaw-bush, sunflower, etc., collected by Mrs. F. E. Lutz, August 5, 1920, 1 9, Boulder, about 5500 ft. alt., in town, August 8, 1919. This was described as a possible variety of lucrosa Cresson but the transverse...show more

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  • Paperback | 126 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 7mm | 240g
  • Rarebooksclub.com
  • Miami Fl, United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236648072
  • 9781236648075