Cover of: Index zoologicus no. II. by Zoological Society of London.

Index zoologicus no. II.

An alphabetical list of names of genera and subgenera proposed for use in zoology as recorded in the "Zoological record," vols. 38-47 inclusive (1901-1910) and the zoology volumes of the "International catalogue of scientific literature" annual issues 1-10, together with other names not included in previous nomenclators.

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Index zoologicus no. II.

An alphabetical list of names of genera and subgenera proposed for use in zoology as recorded in the "Zoological record," vols. 38-47 inclusive (1901-1910) and the zoology volumes of the "International catalogue of scientific literature" annual issues 1-10, together with other names not included in previous nomenclators.

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Edition Notes

Genre
Nomenclature
Other Titles
International catalogue of scientific literature. Zoology., Zoological record.

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iv, 324 p.
Number of pages
324

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OL23518027M
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