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Title Year Details References
Proceedings of the United States National Museum. ; v. 59 1922 1878 Washington :Smithsonian Institution Press, [etc.] 3
Annals of the Carnegie Museum. ; v. 9 (1914-1915) 1901 [Pittsburgh] :Published by authority of the Board of Trustees of the Carnegie Institute,1901- 1
Memoirs of the Carnegie Museum. ; v. 5 (1910-1912) 1901 Pittsburgh :Published by the authority of the Board of Trustees of the Carnegie Institute,1901-1936. 4
Archiv für Naturgeschichte. ; v.79 Heft 1-4 1913 1912 Berlin :Nicolai,1912- 1
The freshwater fishes of British Guiana, including a study of the ecological grouping of species and the relation of the fauna of the plateau to that of the lowlands / by C.H. Eigenmann. ; 1912 Pittsburgh :Carnegie Institute,1912. 4
The freshwater fishes of British Guiana, including a study of the ecological grouping of species and the relation of the fauna of the plateau to that of the lowlands / by C.H. Eigenmann. ; 1912 Pittsburgh :Carnegie Institute,1912. 6
... The genera of fishes ... A contribution to the stability of scientific nomenclature. By David Starr Jordan. ; pt.1-4 1920 Stanford University, Calif.,The University,1917-1920. 1
Catalogue of type specimens of fishes in Chicago Natural History Museum [by] Marion Grey. ; v.32:no.3(1947) 1947 [Chicago]1947. 2
Bulletin of the British Museum (Natural History). ; 29 1976 London :BM(NH) 3
Catalogue of type specimens of recent fishes in Field Museum of Natural History / Myriam Ibarra and Donald J. Stewart. ; n.s. no.35(1987) 1987 Chicago :Field Museum of Natural History,1987. 2

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