Annals of Carnegie Museum: Volume 71

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Volume 71, Number 4, 26 November 2002

  • A Late Miocene-Early Pliocene population of Trachemys (Testudines: Emydidae) from East Tennessee. Paul W. Parmalee, Walter E. Klippel, Peter A. Meylan, and J. Alan Holman. 
  • Redescription of Eopelobates grandis, a Late Eocene anuran from the Chadron Formation of South Dakota. Amy C. Henrici. 
  • Expeditions, Expositions, Associations, and Museums in the Anthropological Career of C. V. Hartman. David R. Watters and Oscar Fonseca Zamora. 
  • Index to Volume 71.

Volume 71, Number 3, 16 August 2002

  • Revision of the New World abariform genera Neotalus n gen. and Abaris Dejean (Coleoptera: Carabidae: Pterostichini (Auctorum)). Kipling W. Will. 
  • From the Archives and Collections
    W. J. Holland’s role in the 1902 meetings of the American Association for the Advancement of Science and the American Anthropological Association. David R. Watters. 

Volume 71, Number 2, 28 May 2002

  • Comparing pottery from the Proto-historic McKees Rocks Village and Eisiminger sites of southwestern Pennsylvania. Richard L. George. 
  • Fleas (Siphonaptera) from Ancash Department, Peru with the description of a new species, Ectinorus alejoi (Rhopalopsyllidae), and the description of the male of Plocopsylla pallas (Rothschild, 1914) (Stephanocircidae). Michael W. Hastriter, Michael D. Zyzak, Ruler Soto, Roberto Fernandez, Nelson Solorzano, and Michael F. Whiting. 
  • Review of Leptomeryx (Artiodactyla, Leptomeryicidae) from the Orellan (Oligocene) of Nebraska. William W. Korth and Margaret E. Diamond. 
  • From the Archives and Collections
    W. J. Holland’s speech at  the International Congress of Americanists, 13th session, in 1902. David R. Watters. 

Volume 71, Number 1, 26 February 2002

  • New specimens of picromomyids (Plesiadapiformes, Primates) with description of a new species of Alveojunctus. Mary T. Silcox, Kenneth D. Rose, and Stephen L. Walsh. 
  • Review of the Neotropical genus Bredinia (Trichoptera: Hydroptilidae: Stactobiini). Steven C. Harris, Ralph W. Holzenthal, and Oliver S. Flint, Jr. 
  • New species of microcaddisflies (Trichoptera: Hydroptilidae) from northern Florida. Steven C. Harris. 
  • From the Archives and Collections
    A Miocene bone bed from Agate Fossil Beds National Monument. W. Orr Goehring and Mary R. Dawson.