Annals of Carnegie Museum: Volume 79

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Volume 79, Number 4, 15 October 2011—$22.50 + s/h

  • Revision of Cliniodes Guenée (Lepidoptera: Crambidae: Odontiinae). James E. Hayden.
  • Index to Volume 79.

Volume 79, Number 3, 25 April 2011—$22.50 + s/h

  • On the treeshrew skull (Mammalia, Placentalia, Scandentia). John R. Wible.

Volume 79, Number 2, 15 February 2011—$22.50 + s/h

  • Review of the species of Eumys Leidy, 1856 (Rodentia, Cricetidae) from the Oligocene (Orellan to Arikareean) of North America. William W. Korth.
  • New Miocene Decapoda (Thalassinidea; Brachyura) from Tierra del Fuego, Argentina: paleobiogeographic implications. Rodney M. Feldmann, Carrie E. Schweitzer, Silvio Casadío, and Miguel Griffin.  
  • Biology and immature stages of snail-killing flies belonging to the genus Tetanocera (Diptera: Sciomyzidae). V. Biology of three additional species having larvae that prey on aquatic pulmonate snails. Benjamin A. Foote.  
  • The fleas (Siphonaptera) of Maryland. Ralph P. Eckerlin.  
  • New species of cricetid rodents (Mammalia) from the late Miocene (Hemphillian) previously referred to Peromyscus pliocenicus Wilson. William W. Korth.  

Volume 79, Number 1, 10 August 2010—$22.50 + s/h

  • Petrosal anatomy of the nine-banded armadillo, Dasypus novemcinctus Linneaus, 1758 (Mammalia, Xenarthra, Dasypodidae). John R. Wible.
  • On the hyoid and larynx of the Hispaniolan solenodon, Solenodon paradoxus Brandt, 1833 (Mammalia, Lipotyphla, Solenodontidae). John R. Wible.
  • A medium-sized ornithopod (Dinosauria: Ornithosuchis) from the Upper Cretaceous Bajo Barreal Formation of Lago Colhué Huapi, southern Chubut Province, Argentina. Lucio M. Ibiricu, Rubén D. Martínez, Matthew C. Lamanna, Gabriel A. Casel, Marcelo Luna, and Jerald D. Harris.
  • Middle Eocene Carnivoramorpha of the Uinta Basin, Utah. Anthony R. Friscia and D. Tab Rasmussen. 
  • Land snails from St. Elzear Cave, Gaspé Peninsula, Quebec: antiquity of Cepaea hortensis in North America. Timothy A. Pearce, Jennifer C. Olori, and Kathleen W. Kemezis.