Home
  >  
Section 24

EurekaMag PDF full texts Chapter 23,795



References:

Zinovyev, A.P. 1939: The Kama plankton between the mouths of the Vishera and Jaiva. Trav Inst rech biol Perm, 83-4: 3-48
Zinovyev, A.P. 1939: The Kama plankton between the mouths of the Vishera and Yaiva. Trav Inst rech biol Perm 8(no. 3-4: 3-48
Williams, F.X. 1928: The Kame-hameha butterfly, Vanessa tammeamea Esch. Proceedings Hawaiian Ent Society 7(1): 164-169
Greene, W.T. 1882: The Kangaroo. Science Gossip, XVIII 3 & 27
Froggatt, W.W. 1913: The Kangaroo Bot-fly (Oestrus macropi. n. sp.). Agricultural Gazette of New South Wales, 24 567-568
Huey, L.M. 1951: The Kangaroo Rats (Dipodomys) of Baja California, Mexico. Transactions of the San Diego Society for Natural History 11: 205-256
Troughton, E. 1942: The Kangaroo family. Origin and earliest discoveries. Australian Museum Magazine 8: 17-22
Troughton, E. 1944: The Kangaroo family. Rat Kangaroos. Australian Museum Magazine 8: 204-207
Troughton, E. 1943: The Kangaroo family. Rat Kangaroos 1. Australian Museum Magazine 8: 171-173
Galea, J.A. 1961: The Kannizzati Fishery. Proceedings of the General Fisheries Council for the Mediterranean FAO 6: 85-91
Ren, S.K.; Heithersay, P.S. 1994: The Kanowna Belle gold deposit: implications for Archaean gold metallogeny. Pages 812-813 1994
Williston, S.W. 1897: The Kansas Niobrara Cretaceous. Kansas Univ geol Surv, II 235-246
Gier, H.T. 1967: The Kansas small mammal census: terminal report. Trans Acad. Sci: 505-518
Barnard, A.M. 1952: The Kaokoveld Expedition. Some interesting observations. African Wild Life 6: 76-79
Munroe, E.G. 1953: The Kara-nasa butterflies-a critical review. Lepid News New Haven 7: 16-23
Brathwaite, R.L. 1987: The Karangahake gold-silver deposit. Pages 67-70 1987
Ruddock, R.S. 1991: The Karikari plutonics of Northland, New Zealand; the petrology of an arc-type intrusion and its envelope. Newsletter - Geological Society of New Zealand 92: 66-67
Stebbing, T.R.R. 1898: The Karkinokosm or World of Crustacea. Knowledge, XXI 1-3, 67-70, 104-106, 145-148, 197-199, 243-245
Cryan, J.F. 1976: The Karner Blue Project: January 1973 to December 1976. Atala 1-2: 22-26
Fromurze, H.F. 1928: The Karoo Beds of the Warmbad District, South-West Africa. Trans Soc. S. Afr. Johannesburg: 133-142
Bowie, R.C.K.; Bloomer, P.; Clancey, P.A.; Crowe, T.M. 2003: The Karoo thrush (Turdus smithi Bonaparte 1850), a southern African endemic. Ostrich 74(1-2): 1-7
Delaney, J.S.; Stokes, C.P.; O'Neill, C.; Prinz, M. 1985: The Karoonda chondrule corundum conundrum. Abstracts of Papers Submitted to the Lunar and Planetary Science Conference 16, Part 1: 175-176
Alikhanian, S. 1936: The Karotype Anas boscas. Zool J Moscow 15: 74-81
Harzhauser, M.; Boehme, M.; Mandic, O.; Hofmann, C.-Ch. 2002: The Karpatian (Late Burdigalian) of the Korneuburg Basin: A Palaeoecological and Biostratigraphical Syntheses. Beiträge zur Paläontologie (Wien) 27: 441-456
Quinton, W.F. 1948: The Karroo Korhaan. Ostrich 19: 235-236
Jones, G.J. 1991: The Kars and Gilgai intrusive complexes and associated PGM mineralisation, Fifield, N.S.W. Pages 35-42 1991
Sorokina, M.I. 1941: The Karyo-type of Rhesus macacus. CR Acad Sci Moscou 31: 377-379
Desneux, J. 1906: The Kashmir Termite Termopsis wronghloni. Journal of the Bombay Natural History Society, 17 293-298
Walpole, B.P.; Crohn, P.W. 1965: The Katherine-Darwin metalliferous province.; 2. Proceedings - Commonwealth Mining and Metallurgical Congress 8: 168-175
Fenton, L. 1909: The Kathiawar Lion. Bombay JHist. Soc: 4-15
Parrott, A.W. 1948: The Katipo spider of New Zealand (Latrodecius hassellii Thorell). Records of the Canterbury Museum 53: 161-165
Grant, H.J.; Jr.; Rentz, D.C. 1966: The Katydid genus Platylyra (Orthoptera: Tettigoniidae). Pan-Pacific Entomologist 42: 81-88
Bourke, D.Oaposd 1967: The Kazabo. Niger ; 32: 17-21
Tamamshew, A.Z. 1926: The Kazakh Cattle in Transcaucasia. Bul Polytechnical Inst Tiflis 2: 57-98
Spillett, J.J. 1966: The Kaziranga wild life sanctuary, Assam. Journal of the Bombay Natural History Society 63: 494-528
White, T. 1895: The Kea (Nestor notabilis), a sheep-eating Parrot. Transactions of the New Zealand Institute, XXVII 273-280
Hardy, D.E. 1951: The Kearns collection of Australian fruitflies (Tephritidae-Diptera). Pacific Science 5: 115-189
Clas H?ttestrand; Vasili Kolka; Arjen, P.S.roeven 2007: The Keiva ice marginal zone on the Kola Peninsula, northwest Russia; a key component for reconstructing the palaeoglaciology of the northeastern Fennoscandian ice sheet. Boreas 36(4): 352-370
Lang, W.D. 1919: The Kelestominae, a subfamily of Cretaceous Cribrimorph Polyzoa. Quarterly Journal of the Geological Society of London, 74 204-220
Buckman, S.S. 1913: The Kelloway Rock of Scarborough. Quarterly Journal of the Geological Society of London, 69 152-168
Peet, M.M. 1946: The Kenai Song Sparrow in Washington. Condor 48: 280
Bowles, J.H. 1906: The Kennicott screech owl. Condor Santa Clara Cal, 8 143-144
Dybbro, T. 1970: The Kentish plover (Charadrius alexandrinus) as abreeding bird in Denmark. Dansk orn. Foren. Tidsskr.: 64: 205-222
Schneider, E.J. 1973: The Kentucky Ornithological Society 1923-1973. Kentucky Warbler(2): 23-35
Danglade, E. 1923: The Kentucky River and its mussel resources. Report Bureau Fisheries Washington, for 1922: 1-8
Smith, W.W.; Devitt, O.E. 1943: The Kentucky Warbler and the, Toronto region. Wilson Bulletin Ann Arbor 55: 247
Pomper, K., W.; Crabtree, S., B.; Layne, D., R.; Peterson, R.N.; Masabni, J.; Wolfe, D. 2008: The Kentucky pawpaw regional variety trial. Journal American Pomological Society 62(2): 58-69
Monroe, B L.; Jr. 1975: The Kentucky summer breeding bird survey: a nine-year summary. Kentucky Warbler 513: 39-45
Kuntz, R.E.; Myers, B.J. 1970: The Kenya baboon (Papio cynocephalus) as a host for experimental schistosomiasis haematobia. Proc. 2nd lnt. Congr. Parasit. (Washington 6-12 Sept. 1970). J. Parasit.: 56(4): 197 Sect. 2, Pt 1
Ali, S. 1953: The Keoladeo Ghana of Bharatpur (Rajasthan). J nat. Hist. Soc: 531-536
Bergquist, P.R. 1961: The Keratosa (Porifera) collected by the Chatham Islands 1954 Expidition. Bulletin of the New Zealand Department of Scientific and Industrial Research 139: 207-219
Csordas, S.E. 1962: The Kerguelen fur seal on Macquarie Island. Victorian Nat 79(8): 226-229
Gardner, NW. 1972: The Kermadec Is., with some comments on the molluscan fauna. Poirieria 63: 51-58
Soper, M.F. 1968: The Kermadec Islands. Animals 11: 112-119
McAllan, I.A.; Cooper, R.M.; Hobcroft, D. 2005: The Kermadec storm-petrel Pelagodroma (marina) albiclunis: an overlooked Australian taxon. Australian Field Ornithology 22(4): 201-206
Edgar, A.T.; Kinsky, F.C.; Williams, G.R. 1965: The Kermadecs expedition 17-25 November, 1964. Notornis 12: 3-43
Brouard, P. 1961: The Kermode's bear. Zoologische Garten Leipzig (N F): 26: 108-109
Mailliard, J. 1915: The Kern Redwing. Agelaius phoeniceus aciculatus. Condor Hollywood, 17 12-15: 228-230
Thomas, D.E. 1932: The Kerrie Series and Associated Rocks. Proceedings of the Royal Society of Victoria 442: 257-285
Pinchon, R.; Vaurie, C. 1961: The Kestrel (Falco tinmrwidus) in the New World. Auk 78: 92-93
Hurrell, L.H. 1970: The Kestrel (Falco tinnunculus) breeds in captivity, J. Devon Trust Nat. Conserv.: 2: 53-60
Bel'skii, N.N. 1962: The Kestrel and the Long-eared Owl in the Botanical garden. Ornitologia 4: 316-324
Prince, J.R. 1946: The Kestrels in Cathedral. Report Winchester College Natural History Society, 1937-46: 42-45
Larkin, Theresa; Price, William, E.; Astheimer, Lee 2008: The Key Importance of Soy Isoflavone Bioavailability to Understanding Health Benefits. Critical Reviews in Food Science and Nutrition 48(6): 538-552
W.A.M.tchell; M.J.M.Saveney; A.Z.ndervan; K.K.m; S.A.D.nning; P.J.T.ylor 2007: The Keylong Serai rock avalanche, NW Indian Himalaya; geomorphology and palaeoseismic implications. Landslides 4(3): 245-254
Swartz, F.M. 1939: The Keyser Limestone and Helderberg Group in Willard B. The Devonian of Pennsylvania. Bulletin Geological Survey of Pennsylvania G: 19: 29-91
Forbes, A. 1947: The Khartoum Zoo. Country Life London 102: 432-433
Millson John A.; Quin Jamie G.; Idiz Erdem; Turner Peter; Al Harthy Ahmed 2008: The Khazzan gas accumulation, a giant combination trap in the Cambrian Barik Sandstone Member, Sultanate of Oman; implications for Cambrian petroleum systems and reservoirs. AAPG Bulletin 92(7): 885-917
Ghandehari, K.; Izadi, Z. 2006: The Khorasan Stroke Registry: results of a five-year hospital-based study. Cerebrovascular Diseases 23(2-3): 132-139
Elizur, A. 2008: The KiSS1/GPR54 system in fish. Peptides 30(1): 164-170
Lovegren, L.A. 1934: The Kiating Jellyfish. Journal of the West China Border Research Society 1930-31; 4: 113-114
Savidge, J.M. 1963: The Kidepo Valley National Park. African Wildl 17(4): 279-287
Mamonov, G. 1976: The Kiev fish farm. Pet Fish Month 109: 422-424
Trewavas, E. 1938: The Killarney Shad or Goureen (Alosa fallax killarnensis Regan 1916). Proceedings of the Linnean Society of London 1502: 110-112
Lowe, W.P. 1943: The Killdeer Charadrius vociferus Linnaeus in Devon. Ibis London 85: 345
Miller, R.F. 1949: The Killdeer. Breeding birds of the Philadelphia region, Pt. IV. Cassinia Philadelphia 37: 1-8
Wellings, C.E. 1944: The Killer Whales of Twofold Bay, N.S.W., Australia (Grampus orca). Australian Zoologist 10: 291-294
Scheel, J. 1963: The Killie letters Pt. 1. American Killifish Association Killie Notes 2: 5-7
Head, R.; Gonzales, J.L. 1966: The Killifish literature of popular American periodicals. Journal American Killifish Association 3: 42-46
Abbott, R.T. 1956: The Kimball Valentine collection. Nautilus Philadelphia 69: 141
Ollier, C.D.; Gaunt, G.F.M.; Jurkowski, I. 1988: The Kimberley Plateau, Western Australia; a Precambrian erosion surface. Zeitschrift fuer Geomorphologie 32(2): 239-246
Playford, P.E. 2005: The Kimberley gold rush of 1885-86. Geological Survey of Western Australia, Annual Review: 33-37
Davies, Arthur Morley. 1907: The Kimmeridge Clay and Corallian Rocks of the Neighbourhood of Brill (Buckinghamshire). London G J Geol Soc, 63 29-49
Kutek, J. 1968: The Kimmeridgian and uppermost Oxfordian in the SW margins of the Holy Cross Mts. (Central Poland) Part 1. Stratigraphy. Acta Geologica Polonica 18: 493-586
Foerste, A.F. 1920: The Kimmswick and Plattin Limestones of the Northeastern Missouri. Bulletin of the Scientific Laboratories of Denison University Granville Ohio 19: 175-224
Brown, A.E. 1883: The Kindred of Man. Am: 119
Johnstone, Mrs, E.J. 1908: The King Bird of Paradise (Cicinnurus regius). Avicultural Magazine Brighton 27: 21-23
Dollman, J.G. 1929: The King Cheetah (Acinonyx rex). Natural History Magazine London 2: 1-6
Menon, M.G.K. 1942: The King Cobra (Naia hannah) in captivity. Journal of the Bombay Natural History Society 433: 531-532
Spangenberg, E.P. 1959: The King Crow at the Khun-gari River. Ornitologia, 2: 196
Antunes, M.T.; Taquet, P. 2002: The King Dom Pedro V and the palaeontologist Alcide d'Orbigny: an episode of the scientific relations between Potugal and France. Comptes Rendus PaleVol. Novembre; 17: 639-647
Southwell, T. 1891: The King Eider (Somateria spectabilis) as a Norfolk Bird. Transactions Norw Soc, V 58-60
Brooks, W.S. 1913: The King Eider (Somateria spectabilis) in Massachusetts. Auk Cambridge Mass, 30 106-110
Spencer, B. 1900: The King Island Emu. Victorian Naturalist, 23 139-140
Rogers, M. 1978: The King Island Scheelite deposits. Pages 24-28 1978
Serventy, D.L. 1938: The King Parrot of Western Australia-Purpureicephalus spurius (Kuhl, 1920). Emu Melbourne 37: 169-172
Gillespie, T.H. 1924: The King Penguin. Scottish Naturalist, 31-40: 63-64
Stonehouse, B. 1960: The King Penguin Aptenodytes patogonica of South Georgia. I. Breeding behaviour and development. Scientific Reports Falkland Islands Dependencies Survey, 1-81
Riley, J.H. 1913: The King Rail of Cuba. Washington D.C. Proceedings Biol Soc, 26 83-85
Falla, R.A. 1933: The King Shag of Queen Charlotte Sound. Phalacrocorax carunculatus (Gmelin). Emu Melbourne 33: 44-48
Stuart, L.C. 1935: The King Snake of the Tres Marias Islands. Occasional Papers of the Museum of Zoology University of Michigan Ann Arbor 323: 1-3
Merriam, C.Hart 1908: The King cameos of Audubon. Auk, Cambridge, Masser: 448-450
Anonymous. 1973: The King lsland, Tas., bird list. Bird Observ, 474: 5
Bennetts, J.A.W. 1956: The King of the mambas. African Wild Life 10: 335-336
Evans, G.H. 1902: The King-Cobra, or Hamadryad, Naia bungarus (Boulenger), Ophiophagus elaps (Gunther). Jy Soc: 409-418
Thyagaraju, A.S. 1934: The King-Crow. Journal of the Bombay Natural History Society 37: 727-728
Mailliard, J. 1931: The Kingbird nesting over water. Condor Berkeley: 73-74
Rattigan, G.E. 1915: The Kingfisher and Snipe in captivity. AvicultLondon: 139-147
Inglis, C.M. 1937: The Kingfishers of our area. Journal of the Darjeeling Natural History Society 12(1-6): 42-50
Verner, J.; Smith, M.T. 2002: The Kings River sustainable forest ecosystems project: inception, objectives, and progress. U S Forest Service General Technical Report PSW: 183: 1-12
Higgins, R.P. 1969: The Kinorhyncha of New Caledonia. Expedition Francaise sur les recifs coralliens de la nouvelle-Caledonie. Paris (Foundation Singer-Paligrae) 1967: Vol. 2: 75-90
Muravyer, I.S.; Ivanov, E.E. 1955: The Kinovsk layers of South-Eastern Tataria, Kazansk Volga course and Idmutria. CR Acad Sci URSS: 1014: 739-742
Jackson, D.G.; Andrew, R.L. 1988: The Kintyre uranium deposit: an exploration case history. Pages 79-82 1988
Sullivan, R.M.; Lucas, S.G. 2006: The Kirktlandian land-vertebrate age - faunal composition, temporal position and biostratigraphic correlation in the nonmarine Upper Cretaceous of western North America. Bulletin of the New Mexico Museum of Natural History and Science 35: 7-29
Radies, D.; Ramin, S.; Jaeger, J.J.; Bannert, D.; Helmcke, D.; Tietze, K.W. 1998: The Kirthar-Siwalik-transition in western Pakistan; new data on the development of the Indo-Eurasian collision. Terra Nostra (Bonn) 98-1: 71
Leopold, N.F. 1924: The Kirtland's Warbler in its summer home. Auk Lancaster Pa 41: 44-58
Peake, R.H. 2001: The Kirtland's warbler as a spring migrant in Virginia. Raven. Spring; 721: 60-62
Dart, R.A. 1961: The Kisoro pattern of mountain gorilla preservation. Currop: 510-511
Wiggins, G.B. 1956: The Kitagamiidae, a family of caddisflies new to North America (Trichoptera). Contributions of the Royal Ontario Museum of Zoology Toronto, no. 44: 1-10
Vaughan, H.R.H. 1952: The Kite in 1951. Rep W Wales Fld Soc 14th, 16-17
Adams, G.D. 1951: The Kite in Britain. Zoo Life 6: 61-62
Gilbert, H.A. 1958: The Kite in Radnorshire. Transactions of the Woolhope Naturalists' Field Club, 35: 356
Salter, J.H. 1930: The Kite in South Wales. Transactions of the Cardiff Naturalists Society 61: 77-85
Salomonsen, F. 1941: The Kittiwake ( Rissa t. tridactyla (L.) ) breeding in Denmark. Dansk Ornithologisk Forenings Tidsskrift 35: 159-179
Cooke, MT. 1945: The Kittiwake as a transatlantic bird, pp. 58-62 fig. Banding records from the Pacific. Bird-Banding Boston, 16 p.105
Slinn, D.J. 1960: The Kittiwake in the Isle of Man. Peregrine 3: 58-62
Anderson, R.J. 1955: The Kiwi, New Zealand's wonder bird. National Geographic Magazine 1083: 395-398
Heublein, E. 1961: The Kiwi, a bird which seeks darkness. Zoonooz 34: 3-5
Holeik, J. 1970: The Klieava Reservoir. (An ichthyological study). Biol. Prace 15: 1-94,12 pis
Hinton, M.A.C. 1921: The Klip-springers of Rhodesia, Angola, and Northern Nigeria. Annals and Magazine of Natural History Series 9: 8: 129-133
Sprunt, A. 1928: The Knot Calidris canutus) on the Atlantic Coast in winter. Auk Lancaster Pa 45: 206-207
Wetmore, A. 1920: The Knot in Montana. Auk Lancaster Pa, 37 451
Serventy, D.I.; Serventy, V.N.; White, S.R. 1947: The Knot on the Swan River Estuary. Emu Melbourne 47: 58
Swent Eleanor 1994: The Knoxville Project; western mining in the twentieth century oral history series. Pages 119-123 1994
Ami, H.M. 1901: The Knoydart. formation in Nova Scotia, a bit of the Old Red Sandstone of Europe. Science New York N ser: 135
Phillips, J.F.V. 1925: The Knysna Elephant : A brief note on their history and habits. South African Journal of Science 22: 287-293
Dommisse, E.J. 1951: The Knysna Elephants. Historical sketch of a world-famous herd. African Wild Life 5: 195-200
Lewis, F. 1934: The Koala in Victoria. Victorian Naturalist 51: 73-76
Kershaw, J.A. 1934: The Koala on Wilson's Promontory (Victoria). Victorian Naturalist 51: 76-77
Lewis, F. 1931: The Koala or Aus tralian Teddy Bear. National Geographic Magazine Washington 60: 346-355
Stead, D.G. 1934: The Koala or Native Bear. Aust Life Sydney: 13-22
Sutton, C.S. 1934: The Koala's food trees. Victorian Naturalist 51: 79-80
Somerville, J.D. 1938: The Koala's western range. Victorian Naturalist 54: 195
Phillipps, W.J. 1924: The Koaro: New Zealand's subterranean fish. New Zealand Journal of Science and Technology 7: 190-191
Nichols, E.G. 1937: The Kodai-kanal Birds and how to name them. Journal of the Bombay Natural History Society 39: 812-830
Purefoy, A.E.B. 1947: The Koel (Eudynamis scolopaceus (Linn.)) as an egg-stealer. Journal of the Bombay Natural History Society 46: 723
Fulton, R. 1904: The Kohoperoa or Koekoea Long-tailed Cuckoo (Urodynamis taitensis); an account of its habits, description of a nest containing its (supposed) egg, and a suggestion as to how the parasitic habit in birds has become estabished. Transactions of the New Zealand Institute 2(xix): 113-148
Wookey, W.C. 1960: The Kokok monster. Sarawak Museum Journal 9: 112-116
Maleyev, Y. 1962: The Komodo Dragon. Bullad. herpet. Soe: 32-34
Shtilmark, FR. 1975: The Kondo-Sos'vinsk beaver population and its conservation. Byulleten Mosk Obshch Ispyt Prir (Otd Biol): 534: 78-86
Rasmislova, S.S. 1951: The Konsk horizon of the north-west Ustyurt. CR Acad Sci URSS NS: 77: 475-477
Seth-Smith, D. 1941: The Kookaburra (Dacelo gigas). Avicultural Magazine 5: 6: 31-34
Moon, S.K.; Hee Kim, S.; Ah Mun, H.; Jung, H.Kyung.; Lee, J-Ho.; Choung, Y-Hoon.; Park, K. 2008: The Korean hearing in noise test. International Journal of Audiology 47(6): 375-376
Mori, T. 1933: The Korean Tetti-goniidae.. Journal of the Chosen Natural History Society 16: 50-56
Gloyd, HK. 1972: The Korean snakes of the genus Agkistrodon (Crotalidae). Proceedings of the Biological Society of Washington 85: 557-577
Lee, S.; Ahn, K. 2007: The Korean species of the genus Thinodromus Kraatz (Coleoptera: Staphylinidae: Oxytelinae). Zootaxa 1573: 39-50
Burgess, P.F. 1964: The Kota Belud bird sanctuary, Sabah. Malayan Nature Journal 184: 177-178
Swezey, O.H. 1944: The Kou moth, Ethmia colonella Walsm., in Hawaii. Proceedings of the Hawaiian Entomological Society 12(1943): 133-135
Seeley, H.G. 1908: The Kraai River vertebra referred to Euskelesaurus. Geological Magazine London, 5 332-333
Spi, A.?ak; J.K.zak; J.V.n?k; V.H.nus 2008: The Krakatau volcano 125 years after the catastrophic eruption (August 27, 1883). Studia Geophysica et Geodaetica 52(3): 449-454
Caspari, R. 2006: The Krapina occipital bones. Periodicum Biologorum y; 108(3): 299-307
Trinkaus, E. 2006: The Krapina scapulae. Periodicum Biologorum y; 108(3): 341-351
Milton, O. 1962: The Krau Game Reserve and the Che Wong. Malayan Nature Journal 16(1-2): 36-43
Gambi, MC.; Trani, B.; Cigliano, M.; Zupo, V. 2006: The Kriging approach to study the relationships between Posidonia oceanica meadow structure and distribution of associated fauna: an example with borer polychaetes. Biologia Marina Mediterranea 134: 139-144
Anonymous 2008: The Krishna Bharadwaj Prize and the Eric Wolf Prize. Journal of Peasant Studies 35(1): v-v
Chacko, P.I. 1949: The Krishna river and its fishes. Proceedings of the Indian Science Congress, 36th 3: 165-166
Stevenson-Hamilton, J. 1952: The Kruger National Park. Oryx 1: 278-283
Sandenbergh, J.A.B. 1951: The Kruger National Park. Provision of water for wild life. Oryx 1: 187-189
de Beer, B. 1967: The Krugersdorp game reserve. African Wild Life 21: 205-211
Bekker, H. 1921: The Kuckers stage of the Ordovician Rocks of N.E. Estonia. Acta et Commentationes Universitatis Tartuensis A: 21: 1-92
Jones, J. 1942: The Kulkyne National Forest. Emu Melbourne 43: 1-12
Camara, M.D. {a}; 1 ; Davis, J.P.; Sekino, M.; Hedgecock, D.; Li, G.; Langdon, C.J.; Evans, S.; 1 Email: Mark.Camara@oregonstate.edu 2008: The Kumamoto oyster Crassostrea sikamea is neither rare nor threatened by hybridization in the northern Ariake Sea, Japan. Journal of Shellfish Research 27.2
Hill, B. 1989: The Kunwarara magnesia project. AusIMM Bulletin and Proceedings 294(6): 19-21
Huffman, O.V. 1911: The Kurloffbody, a spurious parasite. Parasitolidge: 457-462
Malone, J.E. 1932: The Kuro Shio and the American Coast. Nautilus Boston, 454: 137
Price, R.D.; Beer, J.R. 1963: The Kurodaia (Mallophaga: Menoponidae) parasitic on the Strigiformes, with a key to the species of the genus. Annals of the Entomological Society of America 56: 849-857
Polovina, J.; Uchida, I.; Balazs, G.; Howell, E.A.; Parker, D.; Dutton, P. 2006: The Kuroshio Extension Bifurcation Region: A pelagic hotspot for juvenile loggerhead sea turtles. Deep-Sea Research Part II Topical Studies in Oceanography 53(3-4): 326-339
Uda, M. 1953: The Kuroshio and its branch currents in the seas adjacent to Hachijo Island in relation to Fisheries. (Report I.). Records of Oceanographic Works in Japan NS: 1: 1-10
Barkley, R.A. 1970: The Kuroshio current. Sci; 6(3): 54-60
Yaochu Yuan; Guanghong Liao; Chenghao Yang 2008: The Kuroshio near the Luzon Strait and circulation in the northern South China Sea during August and September 1994. Journal of Oceanography 64(5): 777-788
Horsbrugh, B.R. 1908: The Kurrichane Button Quail (Turnix lepurana). Avicultural Magazine Brighton Ser 2: 6 307-309
Pitman, C.R.S. 1961: The Kurrichane Thrush Turdus libonyanus tropicalis Peters a host of the Red-chested Cuckoo Cuculus solitarius Stephens in Southern Rhodesia. Bulletin of the British Ornithologists' Club 81: 48-49
Gyllin, R.; Kallander, H. 1977: The Kvismare area the development of the landscape and its bird fauna. Var Fagelvarld 362: 105-116
Anon. 1965: The Kyle woolly mammoth. Blue Jay 23: 88-89
Vezirgiannidou, Sevasti-Eleni 2008: The Kyoto Agreement and the pursuit of relative gains. Environmental Politics 17(1): 40-57
Jones, B. 1997: The Kyoto climate change protocol: a first assessment. E + P 16: 17-19
Anon, 1954: The L-C treatment of venomous bites or sting Nat. Hist. Notes nat Soc. Jamaica: 148
Kearney, E.B.; Singer, T.P. 1951: The L-amino acid oxidases of snake venom. III. Beversible inactivation of L-amino acid oxidaes. Archives of Biochemistry and Biophysics 333: 377-396
Singer, T.P.; Kearney, E.B. 1950: The L-amino and oxidases of snake venom. Archives of Biochemistry 29: 190-209
Becker, T.; Mevius, I.; de Vries, D.K.; Schaapherder, A.F.M.; zu Vilsendorf, A.Meyer.; Klempnauer, Jürgen.; Frölich, Jürgen.C.; Tsikas, D. 2008: The L-arginine/NO pathway in end-stage liver disease and during orthotopic liver and kidney transplantation: biological and analytical ramifications. Nitric Oxide: Biology and Chemistry 20(1): 61-67
Zhou, J.; Stanley, J.M. 1995: The L-curve method for the selection of a good regularization parameter and its application to CT for potential field data interpretation. Preview 57: 123
Stahnke, H.L. 1954: The L.C. treatment of venomous bites or stings. American Journal of Tropical Medicine 2: 142-143
Chen, W.; Hing, H. 2008: The L1-CAM, Neuroglian, functions in glial cells for Drosophila antennal lobe development. Developmental Neurobiology 68(8): 1029-1045
Peck, R.F.; Shiflett, A.M.; Schwartz, K.J.; McCann, A.; Hajduk, S.L.; Bangs, J.D. 2008: The LAMP-like protein p67 plays an essential role in the lysosome of African trypanosomes. Molecular Microbiology 68(4): 933-946
Gan, Y.; Zhang, L.; Zhang, Z.; Dong, S.; Li, J.; Wang, Y.; Zheng, X. 2009: The LCB2 subunit of the sphingolip biosynthesis enzyme serine palmitoyltransferase can function as an attenuator of the hypersensitive response and Bax-induced cell death. New Phytologist 181(1): 127-146
Messelt, E.B.; Blix, A.S. 1976: The LDH of the frequently asphyxiated beaver (Castor fiber). Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology. B Comparative Biochemistry 53(1): 77-80
Fernandez, M.Luz.; Webb, D. 2008: The LDL to HDL cholesterol ratio as a valuable tool to evaluate coronary heart disease risk. Journal of the American College of Nutrition 27(1): 1-5
M.K.eyer; R.M.B.kker; I.C.K.evel; J.P.B.kker; K.T.ompson; M.S.nnenschein; P.P.schlod; J.M.V.n Groenendael; L.K.imeš; J.K.imešová; S.K.otz; G.M.R.sch; M.H.rmy; D.A.riaens; G.B.edeltje; B.B.ssuyt; A.D.nnemann; P.E.dels; L.G.tzenberger; J.G.H.dgson; A-K.J.ckel; I.K.hn; D.K.nzmann; W.A.O.inga; C.R.mermann; M.S.adler; J.S.hlegelmilch; H.J.S.eendam; O.T.ckenberg; B.W.lmann; J.H.C.C.rnelissen; O.E.iksson; E.G.rnier; B.P.co 2008: The LEDA Traitbase: a database of life-history traits of the Northwest European flora. Journal of Ecology 96(6): 1266-1274
Elshatory, Y.; Gan, L. 2008: The LIM-homeobox gene Islet-1 is required for the development of restricted forebrain cholinergic neurons. Journal of Neuroscience: the Official Journal of the Society for Neuroscience 28(13): 3291-3297
Rascle, A.; Neumann, T.; Raschta, A-Sarah.; Neumann, A.; Heining, E.; Kastner, J.; Witzgall, R. 2008: The LIM-homeodomain transcription factor LMX1B regulates expression of NF-kappa B target genes. Experimental Cell Research 315(1): 76-96
Yang, C-Ying.; Wu, C-Hsien.; Jauh, G.Yuh.; Huang, J-Chin.; Lin, C-Chung.; Wang, C-Shine. 2008: The LLA23 protein translocates into nuclei shortly before desiccation in developing pollen grains and regulates gene expression in Arabidopsis. Protoplasma 233(3-4): 241-254
Lefevre, P.; Witham, J.; Lacroix, C.E.; Cockerill, P.N.; Bonifer, C. 2008: The LPS-induced transcriptional upregulation of the chicken lysozyme locus involves CTCF eviction and noncoding RNA transcription. Molecular Cell 32(1): 129-139
Lydekker, R. 1894: The la Plata Museum. Natural Science, IV 27-35 & 117-128
Meritt, D.A.; Jr. 1976: The La Plata three-banded armadillo Tolypeutes matacus in captivity. International Zoo Yearbook 16: 153-156
Mercier Langevin, P.; Dube, B.; Hannington, M.D.; Davis, D.W.; Lafrance, B.; Gosselin, G. 2007: The LaRonde Penna Au-rich volcanogenic massive sulfide deposit, Abitibi greenstone belt, Quebec; Part I, Geology and geochronology. Economic Geology and the Bulletin of the Society of Economic Geologists 102(4): 585-609
Mercier Langevin, P.; Dube, B.; Hannington, M.D.; Richer Lafleche, M.; Gosselin, G. 2007: The LaRonde Penna Au-rich volcanogenic massive sulfide deposit, Abitibi greenstone belt, Quebec; Part II, Lithogeochemistry and paleotectonic setting. Economic Geology and the Bulletin of the Society of Economic Geologists 102(4): 611-631
Dube, B.; Mercier Langevin, P.; Hannington, M.D.; Lafrance, B.; Gosselin, G.; Gosselin, P. 2007: The LaRonde Penna world-class Au-rich volcanogenic massive sulfide deposit, Abitibi, Quebec; mineralogy and geochemistry of alteration and implications for genesis and exploration. Economic Geology and the Bulletin of the Society of Economic Geologists 102(4): 633-666
Tan, E. 1966: The Labidocera mirabilis species group (Copepoda, Calanoida) with description of a new Bahamian species. Crustaceana: 291-301
Crossley, D.A. 1961: The Labidosto-midae of New Zealand (Acarina). Recion Mus, N.Z: 29-48
Townsend, C.W. 1917: The Labrador Chicadee (Penthestes hudsonicus nigri-cans) in a southward migration. Auk Cambridge Mass, 34 160-163
Dutcher, W. 1891: The Labrador Duck. A Revised list of the extant specimens in North America, with some Historical notes. Auk, VIII 201-216
Sornborger, J.D. 1900: The Labrador Flying Squirrel. Ottawa Naturalist, XIV 48-51
Rhasis Erazi, R.A. 1943: The Labridae (Wrasses) of the Bosphorus and of the Sea of Marmara. Revue de la Faculte des Sciences de l'Universite d'Istanbul, 8B 141-160
Lydekker, R. 1885: The Labyrinthodont from the Bijori Group. Palaeontologia Indica 4: i(pt. 4: 16
Garman, S. 1893: The Lac de Marbre Trout, a new Species. Science 22(545): 23
Hume, A.O. 1876: The Laccadives and the West Coast. Str: 413-483
Savona Ventura, C. 1974: The Lacertilia of the Maltese Islands. Maltese Nat 6: 26-29
Denson, E.P.Palas, B.W. 1970: The Lacey Act, an early U. S. attempt at international cooperation in wildlife conservation. Biol. Conserv.: 2: 291-292
McColloch, J.W.; Hayes, W.P. 1922: The Lachnosterna of the vicinity of Manhattan, Kan. Transactions of the Kansas Academy of Science 30: 184-195
Jakes, C.; Lack, P.; Wright, M. 2004: The Lackford Lakes Constant Effort Site. The first twelve years 1992-2003. Suffolk Birds 53: 20-28
Balini, M.; Jenks, J.F.; McRoberts, C.A.; Orchard, M.J. 2007: The Ladinian-Carnian Boundary succession at South Canyon (New Pass Range, central Nevada). Bulletin of the New Mexico Museum of Natural History and Science 40: 127-138
Chapsky, K.K. 1932: The Ladoga Lake Seal and perspectives of its catching. Bulletin of the Institute of Ichthyology Leningrad 13: 147-157
Vaughn, A. 1976: The Lady Amherst. Game Bird Breeders Avicult Zool Conserv Mag 251: 27-28
Nelson, R.C.; Price, R.D. 1965: The Laemobothrion (Mallophaga: Laemobothriidae) of the Falconiformes. Journal of Medical Entomology Honolulu 2: 249-257
Barabino Giancarlo; Gomes Celso, B.; Traversa Gianbosco 2007: The Lages diatremes; mineral composition and petrological implications. Anais da Academia Brasileira de Ciencias 79(3): 473-501
Woods, J.D. 2005: The Lagrangian Ensemble metamodel for simulating plankton ecosystems. Progress in Oceanography 67(1-2): 84-159
Szenk, B.J. 1959: The Lagunillas formation in central Lake Maracaibo, Zulia. Boletin Inf Asociacion Venezolana de Geologia Mineria y Petroleo 2: 165-178
Evans, J.H.; Gilchrist, B.M.; Green, J. 1964: The Lake. Unknown
Boamah Daniel; Koeberl Christian 2007: The Lake Bosumtwi impact structure in Ghana; a brief environmental assessment and discussion of ecotourism potential. Meteoritics and Planetary Science 42(4-5): 561-567
Ugalde Hernan; Morris William, A.; Clark Christina; Miles Brett; Milkereit Bernd 2007: The Lake Bosumtwi meteorite impact structure, Ghana; a magnetic image from a third observational level. Meteoritics and Planetary Science 42(4-5): 793-800
Ugalde Hernan; Morris William, A.; Pesonen Lauri, J.; Danuor Sylvester, K. 2007: The Lake Bosumtwi meteorite impact structure, Ghana; where is the magnetic source?. Meteoritics and Planetary Science 42(4-5): 867-882
Morgan, PR. 1971: The Lake Chilwa Tilapia and its fishery. Afr J Trop Hydrobiol Fish 1: 51-58
Rathbun, S.F. 1916: The Lake Crescent region, Olympic Mountains, Washington, with notes regarding its avifauna. Auk Cambridge Mass, 33 357-370
Nickerson, MA.; Krager, R. 1975: The Lake Erie water snake 'phenotype' in central Missouri. Herpetological. Rev 63: 75
Ramo, O.T.; Manttari, I. Kohonen, J.; Upton, B.G.J.; Vaasjoki, M. Luttinen, A.V.; Lindqvist, V.; Lobaev, V.; Cuney, M. Sviridenko, L.P. 2004: The Lake Ladoga basin; preliminary insights into geochronology, igneous evolution, and tectonic significance. Report - Institute of Seismology, University of Helsinki, S S-45: 105-106
Nielsen, A.M. 2004: The Lake Malawi Cichlid Aquarium and quarantine system at Lincoln Park Zoo's Regenstein African Journey. Proceedings of the National Conference of the American Association of Zoo Keepers Inc 30: 149-151
Ribbink, AJ.; Barber, DG.; Bootsma, HA.; Brook, RG.; Cooley, PM.; Hecky, RE.; Kidd, KA.; Kling, HJ.; McCullough, GK.; Mkanda, FX. 2001: The Lake Malawi/Niassi/Nyasa biodiversity conservation programme: science in a socio-economic context. Koninklijk Museum voor Midden-Afrika Tervuren Belgie Annalen Zoologische Wetenschappen 288: 28-59
Lorenz, S.; Lampe, R.; Meyer, H.; Janke, W.; Huebener, T. 2007: The Lake Mueritz drilling project; 14 ka lake basin development and vegetation history reflected in geochemical, pollen and diatom records. Schriftenreihe der Deutschen Gesellschaft fuer Geowissenschaften 53: 173
Hodell David; Anselmetti Flavio; Brenner Mark; Ariztegui Daniel; Blijdenstein, J.; Bronnimann, C.; Brady, K.; Bush, M.; Chapron, E.; Curtis, J.; Endsley, E.; Escobar, J.; Gallup, C.; Gamble, V.; Gilli, A.; Girardclos, S.; Grzesik, D.; Hofman, R.; Islebe, G.; Mueller, A.; Noren, A.; Perez, L.; Thevenon, F. 2006: The Lake Peten Itza Scientific Drilling Project. Scientific Drilling 3: 25-29
Hodell David; Anselmetti Flavio; Ariztegui Daniel; Brenner Mark; Curtis Jason; Hall James; Haug Gerald; Hillesheim Michaeal; McKenzie Judith 2004: The Lake Peten-Itza (Guatemala) drilling project; tracking environmental change in the neotropics over multiple glacial-interglacial cycles. International Geological Congress, Abstracts = Congres Geologique International, Resumes 32, Part 1: 391
Schneberger, E. 1950: The Lake Trout and Sea Lamprey. National Wildlife and Conservation Digest 12: 101
Forbes, S.A. 1925: The Lake as a Microcosm. Bulletin Natural History Survey Illinois Urbana 15: 535-550
Gregor, F.Fussmann 2008: The Lake as a System of Differential Equations - A Paradigm for the Aquatic Ecologist of the 21st Century?. International Review of Hydrobiology 93(4-5): 532-540
Hutson, H.P.W. 1932: The Lam Tsun Valley. Hong Kong Naturalist 3: 106-110
Lowther, E.H.N. 1946: The Lam-mergeier (Gypaetus barbatus Linn.). Journal of the Bombay Natural History Society 46: 501-508
Dean, B. 1908: The Lamarck Manuscript in Harvard. American Naturalist, 42 145-153
Mathews, G.M. 1942: The Lambert drawings. Emu Melbourne 42: 123-124
Trueman, A.E. 1940: The Lamelli-branch zone of the South Staffordshire Coalfield. Geological Magazine London 771: 28-41
Cotter, G. de P. 1923: The Lamelli-branchiata of the Eocene of Burma. Palaeontologia Indica 7(2): 1-38
Drew, G.A. 1904: The Lamellibranch Nervous System. American Naturalist, XXXVIII 508
Hind, W. 1910: The Lamellibranchs of the Silurian Rocks of Girvan. (Issued separately August 30, 1910.). Edinburgh Transactions of the Royal Society, 47 479-548
Hind, W. 1911: The Lamellibranchs of the Silurian rocks of Girvan. Edinburgh Transc: 479-548
Leng, C.W. 1896: The Lamiinae of North America, with notes and descriptions by John Hamilton. Tr ent. Soc: 101-178
North, M.E.W. 1948: The Lammer-geyer in Kenya Colony. Ibis 90: 138-141
Hook, R. 1952: The Lammergeier in Eastern Africa. Journal of the East Africa Natural History Society 202: 66-67
Whistler, H. 1933: The Lammergeier on Kilimanjaro. Ibis London, 553
Surface, H.A. 1898: The Lampreys of Central New York. Bulletin of the United States Fish Commission, XVII 209-215
Huntsman, A.G. 1917: The Lampreys of Eastern Canada. Ottawa Naturalist, 31 23-27
Bonaduce, A.; Sabelli, B. 2006: The Lampyridae from the Nature Reserve Bosco della Fontana (Marmirolo, Mantua). Bollettino del Museo Civico di Storia Naturale di Verona Botanica Zoologia 30: 155-159
Olivier, E. 1913: The Lampyridae of Borneo. Sarawak Museum Journal 1(3): 55-60
Bolton, H. 1899: The Lancashire Coal Field. Transactions of the New York Academy, XVI 224-251
Haigh, G.; HC. 1910: The Lanceolated Warbler (Locustella lanceolata) in Lincolnshire. A new British Bird. British Birds, 3 353-355
Cummings, B.F. 1909: The Land Isopoda of Lundy Island. Annals and Magazine of Natural History Series 8: 4 319-320
Norman, A.M. 1899: The Land Isopoda of Madeira. Annals of Natural History, (vii) Vol. III 66-70
Thomson. 1885: The Land Mollusca of Bristol County, Massachusetts, U. S. A. Journal of Conchology, IV 369-373
Kennard, A.S. 1896: The Land Mollusca of Kent. Kent Mag, I 418-422
Edson, H. 1911: The Land Mollusca of San Mateo Point, California. Nautilus Boston Mass, 25 17-18
Adams, J. 1887: The Land Mollusca of the Thames Goldfields. Transactions of the New Zealand Institute, XIX 177-181
Hedley, C. 1891: The Land Molluscan Fauna of British New Guinea. Proceedings of the Linnean Society of New South Wales, VI 67-116
Hedley, C. 1894: The Land Molluscan Fauna of British New Guinea (Second Supplement, &c.). Proceedings of the Linnean Society of New South Wales, IX 384-392
Hedley,. 1892: The Land Molluscan fauna of British New Guinea (Anatomical Supplement). P Soc. N.S.W: 685-698
Archer, A.F. 1931: The Land Mollusks of Jefferson, Lincoln Co., Maine. Nautilus Boston, 451: 34
Pilsbry, H.A. 1901: The Land Mollusks of the Loo Choo Islands: Clausiliidoe. Proceedings of the Academy Philadelphia, 409-424
Stejneger, L. 1899: The Land Reptiles of the Hawaiian Islands. Proceedings United States Museum, XXI 783-813
Clapp, G.H. 1911: The Land Shells of Garden Key, Dry Tortugas, Fla. Nautilus Boston Mass, 25 91-92
Horsley, J.W. 1904: The Land Shells of Majorca. Journal of Conchology, XI 65-71
Jacobson, M.K. 1951: The Land Snails of Jamacia (Pt. 1). Natural History Notes nat Hist Soc Jamaica 1950, 41: 89-93
Hatt, R.T. 1924: The Land Vertebrate communities of western Leelanan County, Michigan, with an annotated list of the Mammals of the County. Papers from the Michigan Academy of Science 3: 369-402
Halt, R.T. 1924: The Land Vertebrate communities of western Leelanau Country, Michigan, with an annotated list of the Mammals of the Country. Papers from the Michigan Academy of Science 3: 369-402
Moreau, R.E.; Pakenham, R.H.W. 1941: The Land Vertebrates of Pemba, Zanzibar and Mafia : a zoogeographical study. Proceedings of the Zoological Society of London, A General and Experimental 110: 97-128
Pearce, S.; Spencer. 1883: The Land and Fresh-water Mollusca in the vicinity of Oxford. Zool 3(vii): 362-370
Plant, J. 1887: The Land and Fresh-water Mollusca indigenous to Leicestershire, 1850. P Leicester Soc, II 24-33
Mansell-pleydell, J.C. 1885: The Land and Fresh-water Mollusca of Dorsetshire. Proceedings of the Dorset Natural History Club Dorchester, XI 76-127 & 178-183
Becher, E.F. 1884: The Land and Fresh-water Mollusca of the Maltese Islands. Journal of Conchology, IV 229-237
Wotton, F.W. 1888: The Land and Fresh-water Shells of Cardiff. Cardiff Nat Soc, XX 32-39
Morgan, J.B. 1887: The Land and Fresh-water Shells of Montgomeryshire. Coll Powysland Club, XXI 103-106
Scott, T. 1892: The Land and Freshwater Crustacea of the district around Edinburgh. Pc. Edinb: 74-81
Oldham, C. 1896: The Land and Freshwater Mollusca of Cheshire. Naturalist, 109-128
Beeston, H. 1909: The Land and Freshwater Mollusca of Grange-over-Sands. J. Leeds: 241-249
Collinge, W.E. 1890: The Land and Freshwater Mollusca of Ingleton, Clapham, and District. Naturalist: 109-114
Musham.; John, F. 1913: The Land and Freshwater Mollusca of Iona. Journal of Conchology Leeds, 14 58-60
Warren, A. 1879: The Land and Freshwater Mollusca of Mayo and Sligo. Zool 3(iii): 25-29
Standen, R.; Hardy, J.R. 1893: The Land and Freshwater Mollusca of Oban and the Island of Lismore. Journal of Conchology, VII 266-274
Collinge, W.E. 1891: The Land and Freshwater Mollusca of Oxfordshire. Conchologist, 11-14, 19-23, 39-44, & 51-53
Marquand, E.D. 1889: The Land and Freshwater Mollusca of S. Devon. Journal of Conchology, VI 136-140
Guppy, R.J.L. 1893: The Land and Freshwater Mollusca of Trinidad. Journal of Conchology, VII 210-231
Petch, T. 1895: The Land and Freshwater Mollusca of West Nor-folk. Transactions Norfolk Soc, VII 61-67
Marquand, E.D. 1894: The Land and Freshwater Shells of Guernsey. Report Guernsey Soc, 356-359
Hedley, C. 1891: The Land and Freshwater Shells of Lord Howe Island. Records of the Australian Museum, I 134-144
Dean, J.; Davy. 1907: The Land and Freshwater Shells of Morecambe, Lancaster, and District. Journal of Conchology Leeds, 12 34-48
Mcmurtrie, J. 1889: The Land and Freshwater Shells of the Neighbourhood of N. Berwick, Haddingtonshire. Jnch: 1-5
Bailey, G.W. 1905: The Land snails of New Brunswick. Bull Soc N Brunswick, XXI 15-34
Bangs, O. 1913: The Land-Mammals of Newfoundland. Bulletin of the Museum of Comparative Zoology at Harvard College, 54 507-516
Morse, E.H. 1867: The Land-Snails of New England. The American Naturalist, I 5-16, 95-100, 150, 151,186-188, 313-315, 411-414, 541-547
de Putter Thierry; Mercier Eric 1994: The Landelies red breccia, (La Tombe Massif); upper Livian or post-Visean breccia?. Memoires de l'Institut Geologique de l'Universite de Louvain 35: 181-189
Rocchio Laura; Ochs William 2007: The Landsat Data Continuity Mission; extending the longest legacy of global land observation. Earth Imaging Journal 4(3): 14-18
Lauer, D.T.; Morain, S.A.; Salomonson, V.V. 1997: The Landsat program: its origins, evolution, and impacts. Photogrammetric Engineering and Remote Sensing 63(7): 831-838
Almo Farina 2008: The Landscape as a Semiotic Interface between Organisms and Resources. Biosemiotics 1(1): 75-83
Mollendorff, O.F.; Von. 1887: The Landshells of Perak. Journal of the Asiatic Society of Bengal, lv 299-316
Benton, F. 1893: The Langdon non-swarming device. Insect Life: 230-235
Herman, G.Weinberg 1947: The Language Barrier. Hollywood Quarterly 2(4): 333-337
Froeschner, R.C.; Meiners, E.F. 1953: The Languriidae and Erotylidae (Coleoptera) of Missouri with notes and keys. Journal of the Kansas Entomological Society 26: 18-25
Miller, G.S. 1934: The Langurs of the Presbytis femoralis group. Journal of Mammalogy 15: 124-137
Pocock, R.I. 1928: The Langurs, or Leaf Monkeys, of British India. Journal of the Bombay Natural History Society 32: 472-504
Green, E.E. 1899: The Lantana bug (Orthezia insignis Douglas). Journal Bombay Society, XII 547-554
Gilbert, C.H. 1913: The Lantern Fishes of Japan. Pittsburgh Memoirs Carnegie Museum, 6 67-107
Gemmill, J.F. 1912: The Lantern of Aristotle as an Organ of Locomotion. London Rep Ass: 412-413
Hawkins, H.L. 1913: The Lantern of Perischodomus. Geological Magazine London 5: 10 300-302
Hamond, R. 1969: The Laophontidae (Copepoda, Harpacticoida) of the shore of West Runton, Norfolk, England. Crustaceana 16: 1-14
Shepherd, C.E. 1915: The Lapillus in Fishes. Zoologist London, 257-262
Herbert, C. 1989: The Lapstone Monocline - Nepean Fault - a high angle reverse fault system. Pages 179-186 1989
Branagan, D.F.; Pedram, H. 1982: The Lapstone structures - once again. Pages 24-26 1982
Kassens, H.; Thiede, J.; Bauch, H.A.; Hoelemann, J.A.; Dmitrenko, I.; Pivovarov, S.; Priamikov, S.; Timokhov, L.; Wegner, C. 2007: The Laptev Sea system since the last glacial. Special Paper - Geological Society of America 426: 89-96
Charlotte Lindqvist; Lutz Bachmann; Liselotte W Andersen; Erik W Born; Ulfur Arnason; Kit M Kovacs; Christian Lydersen; Alexei V Abramov; ØYstein Wiig 2009: The Laptev Sea walrus Odobenus rosmarus laptevi: an enigma revisited. Zoologica Scripta 38(2): 113-127
Barth, E.K. 1970: The Lapwing breeds in the mountain. Fauna, Oslo 22: 231-232
Rout, S. N.; Samal, S. K. 2008: The Large Polymerase Protein Is Associated with the Virulence of Newcastle Disease Virus. Journal of Virology 82(16): 7828-7836
Quinn, D.J. 1967: The Large sand-dotterel on French Island. Australian Bird Watcher 3: 44-46
Marshall, A.J. 1933: The Large-billed Warbler (Gerygone magnirostris). Emu Melbourne 33: 81-85
Stephenson, L.W. 1945: The Larger invertebrate fossils of the Navarro Group of Texas. Univ Texas Pub No 4101: 1941: 54-66
Langdon, R.M. 1933: The Lark Bunting. Bird Lore 35: 139-142
Kloseman, J.E. 1911: The Lark Sparrow in Massachusetts. Auk Cambridge Mass, 28 114
Harris, M.P. 1962: The Larus gulls breeding on Skomer, Skokholm and Grassholm islands. Nature in Wales 8: 56-58
Atoda, K. 1954: The Larva and Postlarval Development of Some Reef-Building Corals. I. Pocillopora damicornis cespitosa (Dana). Science Reports of the Tohoku University, Series 4. Biology 18(1): 24-47
Atoda, K. 1954: The Larva and Postlarval Development of Some Reef-Building Corals. II. Stylophora pistillata (Esper). Science Reports of the Tohoku University, Series 4. Biology 18(1): 48-64
Field, G.W. 1892: The Larva of Asterias vulgaris. Quarterly Journal of Microscopical Science New Series, XXXIV 105-128
Thomson, M.T. 1902: The Larva of Naushonia crangonoides. Science New Series, XV 578
Boving, A.G.; Champlain, A.B. 1922: The Larva of the North American Beetle Zenodosus sanyuineus Say of the Family Cleridae. Proceedings of the Entomological Society of Washington 24: 9-11
Pike, R.B.; Williamson, D.I. 1961: The Larvae of Spirontocaris and Related Genera (Decapoda, Hippolytidae). Crustaceana 2: 187-208
Komarek, J.; Wimmer, A. 1922: The Larvae of the European Blepharoceridae (Diptera). Annales de Biologie Lacustre Bruxelles 11: 63-77
Fattig, P.W. 1949: The Larvaevoridae (Tachinidae) or parasitic flies of Georgia. Emory University Museum Bulletin, no. 8: 40
Heath, H. 1904: The Larval Eye of Chitons. Proceedings of the Academy Philadelphia, 257-259
Brooks, W. 1878: The Larval Stages of Squilla empusa (Say). Chesapeake Zool. Laborat.: 143-170
Hyatt, A. 1884: The Larval Theory of the Origin of Cellular Tissue. Am: 460-464
Miller, H.M. 1925: The Larval Trematode Infestation of the Fresh-water Mollusks of San Juan Island, Puget Sound. Washington University Studies Seattle 13: 9-22
Lebour, M.V. 1921: The Larval and Post-Larval Stages of the Pilchard, Sprat and Herring from Plymouth District. Journal of the Marine Biological Association Plymouth 12: 427-457
Zolotuhin, V.V.; Holloway, J.D. 2006: The Lasiocampidae of Sulawesi. Tinea 26: 244-259
Tutt, J.W. 1898: The Lasiocampids. Proceedings of the South London Entomological Society, 1-11
Collingwood, C.A. 1963: The Lasius (Chthonolasius) umbratus (Hym.,. Formicidae) species complex in North Europe. Entomologist 96: 145-158
Raper, A.B. 1945: The last Gorilla. University of Leeds Medical Magazine 151: 24-30
Podobina, V.M. 2004: The Latdorfian stage and the Lower Oligocene foraminiferal zones of the West-Siberian Plain. Neues Jahrbuch für Geologie und Paläontologie. Abhandlungen 234(1-3): 415-431
Ji, Z.; Yao, J.; Wu, G.; Liu, G.-zhong; Jiang, Z.-ti; Fu, Y. 2007: The Late Carboniferous conodont Neognathodus fauna in Xainza, Tibet, China, and its significance. Dizhi Tongbao. Jan; 261: 42-53 (Serial No 140
Wan, X.Q.; Li, J.H.; Zhang, S.Z.; Wu, L.H. 2005: The Late Cretaceous - Paleocene planktonic foraminifera from Zanda, western Tibet and their chronostratigraphic implications. Acta Micropalaeontologica Sinica 22(1): 10-18
Bobkova, NN.; Pasternak, SI. 1974: The Late Cretaceous Gyropleura from the Lvovian trough. Paleontologicheskii Sb 112: 44-50
Yakushin, L. 2005: The Late Cretaceous biotic events of the south-western part on the East-European Platform (by macrofauna). Paleontolohichnyi Zbirnyk 37: 78-83
Spicer Robert, A.; Ahlberg Anders; Herman Alexei, B.; Hofmann Christa Charlotte; Raikevich Michail; Valdes Paul, J.; Markwick Paul, J. 2008: The Late Cretaceous continental interior of Siberia; a challenge for climate models. Earth and Planetary Science Letters 267(1-2): 228-235
Chiappe, L.M.; Coria, R.A.; Jackson, F.; Dingus, L. 2003: The Late Cretaceous nesting site of Auca Mahuevo (Patagonia, Argentina): eggs, nests, and embryos of titanosaurian sauropods. Palaeovertebrata (Montpellier) 32(2-4): 97-108
Hartkopf-Froeder, C.; Jux, U.; Knapp, G.; Piecha, M. 2004: The Late Devonian of the Bergisch Gladbach-Paffrath syncline (Ardennes-Rhenish Massif, Germany): an overview. Courier Forschungsinstitut Senckenberg 4 Oktober; 251: 7-18
Juan, M.R.; Ignacio García-Amorena; Salvia García Álvarez; Fernando Gómez Manzaneque 2008: The Late Holocene extinction of Pinus sylvestris in the western Cantabrian Range (Spain). Journal of Biogeography 35(10): 1840-1850
Yazikova, OV. 2000: The Late Jurassic and Cretaceous Tellinacea (Mollusca, Bivalvia) from North Siberia. Novosti Paleontologii I Stratigrafii, 2-3: 137-147
Xia, Z.Y.; Bai, Z.Q.ang 2005: The Late Jurassic and Early Cretaceous bivalve Buchia fauna of Himalaya region, south Tibet. Acta Palaeontologica Sinica 44(4): 494-504
Wang, Y.J.; Yang, Qun; Guo, Tong Zhen 2005: The Late Middle Triassic radiolarians - Spongoserrula rarauana fauna from the Hoh Xil region, Qinghai. Acta Micropalaeontologica Sinica 22(1): 1-9
Koufos, G.D. 2005: The Late Miocene hominoids Ouranopithecus and Graecopithecus. implications about their relationships and taxonomy. Annales de Paleontologie. July-September; 913: 227-240
Kostopoulos, D.S. 2006: The Late Miocene vertebrate locality of Perivolaki, Thessaly, Greece - 9. Cervidae and Bovidae. Palaeontographica, A Paläozoologie, Stratigraphie 276(1-6): 151-183
Koufos, G.D.; Sen, S.; Kostopoulos, D.S.; Sylvestrou, I.A.; Vlachou, T.D. 2006: The Late Miocene vertebrate locality of Perivolaki, Thessaly, Greece. 10. Chronology. Palaeontographica, A Paläozoologie, Stratigraphie 276(1-6): 185-200
Koufos, G.D.; Merceron, G.; Kostopoulos, D.S.; Vlachou, T.D.; Sylvestrou, I.A. 2006: The Late Miocene vertebrate locality of Perivolaki, Thessaly, Greece. 11. Palaeoecology and palaeobiogeography. Palaeontographica, A Paläozoologie, Stratigraphie 276(1-6): 201-221
Boev, Z.N.; Koufos, G.D. 2006: The Late Miocene vertebrate locality of Perivolaki, Thessaly, Greece. 2. Aves. Palaeontographica, A Paläozoologie, Stratigraphie 276(1-6): 11-22
Koufos, G.D. 2006: The Late Miocene vertebrate locality of Perivolaki, Thessaly, Greece. 3. Primates. Palaeontographica, A Paläozoologie, Stratigraphie 276(1-6): 23-37
Koufos, G.D. 2006: The Late Miocene vertebrate locality of Perivolaki, Thessaly, Greece. 4. Carnivora. Palaeontographica, A Paläozoologie, Stratigraphie 276(1-6): 39-74
Koufos, G.D. 2006: The Late Miocene vertebrate locality of Perivolaki, Thessaly, Greece. 5. Proboscidea, Rhinocerotidae. Palaeontographica, A Paläozoologie, Stratigraphie 276(1-6): 75-80
Vlachou, T.D.; Koufos, G.D. 2006: The Late Miocene vertebrate locality of Perivolaki, Thessaly, Greece. 6. Equidae. Palaeontographica, A Paläozoologie, Stratigraphie 276(1-6): 81-119
Sylvestrou, I.A.; Kostopoulos, D.S. 2006: The Late Miocene vertebrate locality of Perivolaki, Thessaly, Greece. 7. Suidae. Palaeontographica, A Paläozoologie, Stratigraphie 276(1-6): 121-133
Kostopoulos, D.S.; Koufos, G.D. 2006: The Late Miocene vertebrate locality of Perivolaki, Thessaly, Greece. 8. Giraffidae. Palaeontographica, A Paläozoologie, Stratigraphie 276(1-6): 135-149
Smith, LA.; Beard, JH. 1973: The Late Neogene of the Gulf of Mexico. Initial Rep Deep Sea Drilling Project 10: 643-677
Mourer-Chauvire, C.; Berthet, D.; Hugueney, M. 2004: The Late Oligocene birds of the Crechy quarry (Allier, France), with a description of two new genera (Aves: Pelecaniformes: Phalacrocoracidae, and Anseriformes: Anseranatidae). Senckenbergiana Lethaea 84(1-2): 303-315
Ghienne Jean Francois; Le Heron Daniel Paul; Moreau Julien; Denis Michael; Deynoux Max 2007: The Late Ordovician glacial sedimentary system of the north Gondwana Platform. Special Publication of the International Association of Sedimentologists 39: 295-319
Legrand Philippe 2004: The Late Ordovician glaciation of North-African Gondwana; the present state of knowledge. International Geological Congress, Abstracts = Congres Geologique International, Resumes 32, Part 2: 988
Buschmann, B.; Maslennikov, V.V. 2006: The Late Ordovician or Earliest Silurian hydrothermal vent fauna from the Yaman Kasy VMS deposit (south Uralides, Russia). Freiberger Forschungshefte Reihe C: 511: 139-171
Yamagiwa, N. 1960: The Late Palaeozoic Corals from the Maizuru zone, Southwest Japan. Mem Osaka Univ Liberal Arts Educ B Nat Sci 9: 72-81
Sakaguchi, S.; Yamagiwa, N. 1958: The Late Palaeozoic Corals from the Southern Part of the Tanba District. Mem Osaka Univ Liberal Arts Educ B Nat Sei 7: 163-178
Zakrzewski, RJ. 1975: The Late Pleistocene arvicoline rodent Atopomys. Annals Carneg Mus 4512: 255-261
Tang, Z.-Wei.; Liu, S.-Hong.; Lin, Z.-Rong.; Liu, H. 2003: The Late Pleistocene fauna from Dabsu of Qian'an in Jilin Province of China. Vertebrata Palasiatica. Apr; 412: 137-146
Chatzopoulou, K. 2003: The Late Pleistocene small mammal fauna from the Loutra Aridea Bear-cave (Pella, Macedonia, Greece): Additional data. Atti del Museo Civico di Storia Naturale di Trieste 49: 35-45(Supplo)
Mitchell, GF.; Cad, JA.; Weir, AH.; McMillan, NF.; Magerel, JP.; Whatley, RC. 1973: The Late Pliocene marine Formation at St. Erth, Cornwall. Philosophical Trans R Soc (Ser B): 266874: 1-37
Grayson, D.K. 2006: The Late Quaternary biogeographic histories of some Great Basin mammals (western USA). Quaternary Science Reviews 252(1-22): 2964-2991
Gale, S.J.; Drysdale, R.N. 1995: The Late Quaternary thermal history of northern Spain and its implications for glacial chronology and palaeo-oceanography. Pages 129-133 1995
Sardella, R. 2006: The Late Villafranchian Panthera ex. gr. toscana-gombaszoegensis from Monte Argentario (Grosseto, south Tuscany, central Italy). Courier Forschungsinstitut Senckenberg 15 November; 256: 23-27
Spassov, N. 2002: The Late Villafranchian and biochronology of south-east Europe: faunal migrations, environmental changes and possible first appearance of the genus Homo on the continent. Annales Geologiques des Pays Helleniques 39(A): 221-243
Megard, R.O. 1965: The Late-Pleistocene and Recent Cladocera of Lake Zeribar, Iran. Conf int Ass quatern Res VIIth General Sessions, 337-338
Palladino Danilo, M.; Simei Silvia 2005: The Latera volcanic complex (Vulsini, central Italy); eruptive activity and caldera evolution. Acta Vulcanologica 17(1-2): 75-80
Collinge, W.E. 1893: The Lateral Canal System of Lepidostens osseus. Proceedings of the Birmingham Society, VIII 263-272
Pollard, H.B. 1892: The Lateral Line System in Siluroids. MorphAnat: 525-551
Latimer, H.B. 1919: The Lateral Line of Polyodon spathula. Transactions of the American Microscopical Society, 38 189-206
Lamont, A. 1917: The Lateral Sense Organs of Elasmobranchs : The Ampullary Canals of the Genus Raia. Edinburgh Transactions of the Royal Society, 51 467-493
Ewart, J.C. 1893: The Lateral Sense Organs of Elasmobranchs. I. The Sensory Canals of Loemargus. II. The Sensory Camila of the Common Skate (Raia batis). Transactions of the Royal Society of Edinburgh, XXXVII 59-105
Dercum, F. 1879: The Lateral Sensory Apparatus of Fishes. Proceedings of the Academy Philadelphia, 152-154
Allis, E.P. 1900: The Lateral Sensory Canals of Polypierus bichir. Anat: 433-451
Ashckenazi Polivoda, S.; Abramovich, S.; Schneider Mor, A.; Feinstein, S.; Almogi Labin, A. 2008: The Latest Cretaceous oil shale sequence in the Negev, Israel; paleobiological implication inferred from Foraminifera. Abstracts - Israel Geological Society, Annual Meeting 2008: 3
Hinton, H.E. 1941: The Lathridiidae of economic importance. Bull Ent Res 32(3): 191-247
Baron de Otero, C.; Brik, G.; Flores, L.; Ortiz, S.; Abdala, C. 2008: The Latin American Spanish hearing in noise test. International Journal of Audiology 47(6): 362-363
Forster, M.; Harris, P.; Sterling, P. 2003: The Latin Callopistria juventina (Stoll) in Dorset - the third British record. Atropos. Winter; 18: 6-7
Benavides, F. 1975: The Latin skin trade. Wildlife, Lond 7(4): 176-179
Penrith, M-L. 1974: The Latin usage. Samab: 114: 128-130
Van Horn, L. 2008: The Latino diet in America: not your father's arroz con frijoles. Journal of the American Dietetic Association 108(8): 1281
Hubbs, C.L. 1921: The Latitudinal Variation in the number of vertical Fin-rays in Leptocoltus armatus, Occ. Papers Mus. Zool Ann Arbor Mich 94: 7
Bouget, C.; Vincent, R. 2008: The Latridiidae from France: an updated short-key of genera and checklist of species (Coleoptera, Cucujoidea). Bulletin de la Societe Entomologique de France 113(1): 101-120
Kloss, C.B. 1926: The Laughing Gull (Larus ridibundus Linn.) in the Straits of Singapore, p. 157. The Pied Cuckoo-Shrike, pp. 158-161. Two neglected Bird Names : Encichla guajana (P.L.S. Mull.), and Chloropsis cochinchinensis (Gm.). Journal of the Malayan Branch of the Royal Asiatic Society 4: 161-162
Barrett, H.L. 1912: The Laughing Gull at Marshfield, Massachusetts. Auk Cambridge Mass, 29 99
Frauca, H. 1969: The Laughing jackass. Birds and Country 22(93): 72-73
Kemnitz Helga 2007: The Lausitz graywackes, Saxo-Thuringia, Germany; witness to the Cadomian orogeny. Special Paper - Geological Society of America 423: 97-141
Shewell, G.F. 1938: The Lauxaniidae (Diptera) of Southern Quebec and adjacent regions. Canadian Entomologist 70: 102-110, 111-118, 134-142
Avanzini Marco; Mietto Paolo; Piubelli Daniele 2004: The Lavini di Marco ichnosite; two different approaches to the study of Tridactyl dinosaur footprints. International Geological Congress, Abstracts = Congres Geologique International, Resumes 32, Part 1: 600
Skarpelis Nikos 2007: The Lavrion Deposit (SE Attica, Greece); geology, mineralogy and minor elements chemistry. Neues Jahrbuch für Mineralogie. Abhandlungen 183(3): 227-249
Brandt, T.; Corces, V.G. 2008: The Lawc protein is required for proper transcription by RNA polymerase Ii in Drosophila. Molecular Genetics and Genomics: Mgg 280(5): 385-396
Williamson, W.G. 1891: The Laws of Heredity. Unknown
McAllister, T. 1954: The Laysan Albatross. Auk 71: 211
Fisher, H.I. 1971: The Laysan albatross: its incubation, hatching, and associated behaviours. Living Bird: 8
Throp, J.L. 1970: The Laysan finch bill in the Honolulu Zoo. Elepaio 31: 31-34
LaFave, L.D. 1965: The LeContes' sparrow, a new bird for the State of Washington. Murrelet 46: 26
Allen, F.H. 1935: The Leach's Petrels of Penikese Island, Massachu-setts. Auk 52: 179-180
Raines Ed 2006: The Leadville silver deposits. New Mexico Geology 28(4): 113-114
Murata, J.; Roepke, J.; Gordon, H.; D.L.ca, V. 2008: The Leaf Epidermome of Catharanthus roseus Reveals Its Biochemical Specialization. THE PLANT CELL ONLINE 20(3): 524-542
Payne, MM. 1973: The Leakey tradition lives on. National Geographic Mag 1431: 142-144
Vlnokurov, A.A. 1967: The Least Frigatebird a vagrant bird in the Primorye territory. Ornitologiya, 8: 339
Levy, S.H. 1959: The Least Grebe recorded again in Arizona. Condor 61: 226
Moore, R.T. 1912: The Least Sandpiper during the nesting season in the Magdalen islands. Auk Cambridge Mass, 29 210-223
Beer, J.R. 1948: The Least Weasel (Mustela rixosa) in Washington. Journal of Mammalogy 29: 296-297
Cook, A.H. 1951: The Least Weasel in New York. Journal of Mammalogy 32: 225
Lyon, M.W. 1939: The Least Weasel in St. Joseph County. American Midland Naturalist 22: 216
Job, H.K. 1911: The Least and Semipalpated Sandpipers. Bird Lore Harrisburg Pa3: 269-272
Bacon, P.R. 1969: The Leatherback turtle project (Progress report 1967-68, and recommendations). Journal of the Trinidad Field Naturalists Club, 8-9
Distant, W.L. 1898: The Leathery Turtle (Dermochelys coriacea). Zoologist, lvi 500-502
Atkins, L.S. 1960: The Leathery Turtle, or Luth, Dermochelys coriacea (L.) in Co. Cork. Irish Naturalists' Journal, 13: 189
Hargraves, R.B.; Ruppel, E.T.; Gephart, J.W. 2007: The Leaton Gulch breccia in east-central Idaho, U. S. A., and its relation to the Beaverhead meteorite impact. Special Publication - Society for Sedimentary Geology 86: 167-174
Frey, R.W. 1970: The Lebensspuren of some common marine invertebrates near Beaufort, North Carolina. 2. Anemone burrows. J Paleont 44: 308-11
Robinson, B. 1987: The Lebong Tandai gold mine - Indonesia. AusIMM Bulletin and Proceedings 292(5): 27-28
Bannikov, AG.; Kostin, Y.V. 1974: The Lebyazhi Islands - a protected kingdom of birds. Priroda Mosk 9: 83-86
Zakowa, H. 1962: The Lechowek Beds (Upper Visean) in the Lagow syncline. Kwartalnik Geologiczny 6: 373-402
Allen, L.D.C. 1963: The Lechwe (Kobus leche smithemani) of the Bangweulu swamps. Puku Occasional Papers of the Department of Game and Fisheries Northern Rhodesia 1: 1-8
Gawlick Hans Juergen; Gawlick Kerstin 1997: The Leckkogel Beds of the Golling-Schwarzenberg Complex; stratigraphy, facies and tectonic significance (Upper Triassic, Northern Limestone Alps). Terra Nostra (Bonn) 97-2: 58-59
Gilman, M.F. 1904: The Leconte Thrasher (Toxostoma lecontei). Condor, VI 95-98
Merriam, C.H. 1895: The Leconte Thrasher, Harporhynchus lecontei. Auki: 54-60
Grinnell, J. 1933: The Leconte Thrashers of the San Joaquin. Condor: 107-114
Montgomery, V. 1953: The Leconti Sparrow in New Mexico. Condor 55: 277
Freed, David, L.J. 2007: The Lectin Group. Journal of Nutritional and Environmental Medicine 16(3-4): 279-283
Brzek, G. 1970: The Leczyn-Wiodawa lake area as life-medium and investigation object. Przegl. zool.: 14: 354-362
Moore, J.P. 1924: The Leeches (Hirudinea) of Lake Nipigon. University of Toronto Studies Biological Series 25: 15-31
Whitman, C.O. 1886: The Leeches of Japan. Qcr. Soc: 317-416
Annandale, N. 1913: The Leeches of the Lake of Tiberias. Journal of the Asiatic Society of Bengal Calcutta, 9 211-214
Moore, P.J. 1898: The Leeches of the U. S. National Museum. Proceedings United States Museum, XXI 543-563
Pugh, E.N. 2008: The Legacy of Olaf Sparre Andersen and Future Directions of the Journal of General Physiology. The Journal of General Physiology 132(1): 1-3
Ragaz, C.; Pietsch, H.; Urwyler, S.; Tiaden, Aé.; Weber, S.S.; Hilbi, H. 2008: The Legionella pneumophila phosphatidylinositol-4 phosphate-binding type IV substrate SidC recruits endoplasmic reticulum vesicles to a replication-permissive vacuole. Cellular Microbiology 10(12): 2416-2433
Schwarz, A. 1965: The Leiocephalus (Lacertilia, Iguanidae) of Hispanioia 1. Leiocephalus melanochlorus Cope. Journal of the Ohio Herpetological Society 5: 39-48
Schwartz, A. 1968: The Leiocephalus (Lacertilia, Iguanidae) of Hispaniola 3. Leiocephalus schreibersi, L. semilineatus, and L. pratensis. Jt: 39-63
Schwartz, A. 1966: The Leiocephalus (Lacertilia, Iguanidae) of the southern Bahama Islands. Annals of the Carnegie Museum 39: 153-185
Pauly, D. 1977: The Leiognathidae (Teleosts): an hypothesis relating their mean depth occurrence to the intensity of their countershading bioluminescence. Marine Research in Indonesia 19: 137-146
Pauly, D. 1977: The Leiognathus (Teleostei): their species, stocks, and fisheries in Indonesia, with notes of the biology of Leiognathus splendens (Cuvier). Marine Research in Indonesia 19: 73-93
Kimura, S.; Ito, T.; Peristiwady, T.; Iwatsuki, Y.; Yoshino, T.; Dunlap, P.V. 2005: The Leiognathus splendens complex (Perciformes: Leiognathidae) with the description of a new species, Leiognathus kupanensis Kimura and Peristiwady. Ichthyological Research 52(3): 275-291
Manson, P.; Low, G.C. 1904: The Leishman-Donovan Body and Tropical Splenomegaly. British Medical Journal 1(2247): 183-186
Manson, P.; Low, G.C. 1904: The Leishman-Donovan Body in Ulcerated Surfaces: a Possible Route of its escape from the Human Body. British Medical Journal 2(2270): 11
Glikson, M. 1986: The Lelet Limestone, New Ireland: a probable petroleum source rock. Pages 236-244 1986
Holland, W.J. 1900: The Lemdoptera of Buru. Part I. Rhopalocera. Novitates Zoologicae, VII 54-86
Wetzel, R.M.; Gunderson, H.L. 1949: The Lemming Vole, Synaptomys borealis, in northern Minnesota. Journal of Mammalogy 30: 437
Scotland, M.B. 1939: The Lemna fly and some of its parasites. Annals of the Entomological Society of America 32(4): 713-718
William, S.Hillman 1961: The Lemnaceae, or duckweeds. The Botanical Review 27(2): 221-287
Long, R.C.; Benson, C.W. 1963: The Lemon-breasted Canary in Nyasaland. Bulletin of the British Ornithologists' Club, 83: 77
Cope, E.D. 1885: The Lemuroidea and the Insectivora of the Eocene Period of North America. Am: 457-471
Earle, C. 1897: The Lemurs as ancestors of the Apes. Natural Science, X 309-313
Rosevear, D.R. 1935: The Lemurs of Nigeria. Nigerian Field 4(1): 16-21
Pocock, R.I. 1917: The Lemurs of the Hapalemur group. Annals and Magazine of Natural History, 19 343-352
Dahl, R.G. 1941: The Leng types of Cicindelidae (Coleoptera). Entomological News 52: 169-172; 188-191
Anon. 1967: The Leoidoptera of Yorkshire.. Naturalist Hull 901: 55-62
Hamilton, J.E. 1939: The Leopard Seal Hydrurga leptonyx (de Blainville). Discovery Reports Cambridge 18: 239-264
Penney, R.L. 1969: The leopard seal south polar predator. Animal Kingdom 72(5): 2-7
Beirne, B.P. 1946: The Lepideptera of Shetland. Entomologist's Record and Journal of Variation 58: 37-40
Haffiwell, A.C. 1933: The Lepido-ptera of Jersey. Bulletin de la Societe Jersiaise, 110-117
Tite, G.E. 1964: The Lepidochrysops ortygia complex (Lepidoptera: Lycaenidae). Entomologist 97: 1-7
Smithers, C.N. 1965: The Lepidopsocidae (Psocoptera) of Australia. Journal of the Entomological Society of Queensland 4: 72-78
Saunt, J.W. 1937: The Lepidoptera (butterflies and moths) of the Tile Hill Nature Reserve: records for the period 1931-1936. Proctry nat. Hist. Soc: 145-151
Nekrutenko, Y. 2003: The Lepidoptera Collection of the Zoological Museum, Kyiv Taras Shevchenko National University: a national treasure of Ukraine. Pratsi Zoolohichnoho Muzeiu Kyivskoho Natsionalnoho Universytetu imeni Tarasa Shevchenka 1(1): 7-15
Butler, A.G. 1884: The Lepidoptera collected during the recent Expedition of H.M.S. 'Challenger,' Part ii. Annals of Natural History 5(xiii): 183-203
Butler, A.G. 1883: The Lepidoptera collected during the recent Expedition of H.M.S. 'Challenger.'. Annals of Natural History 5(xi): 402-428
Ciipuse, I. 1970: The Lepidoptera collection 'L.Dioszeghy' and its founder. Revta Muzeelor, 124-126
Heath, J. 1968: The Lepidoptera distribution maps scheme. Progress report 1968. Entomologist's Gazette 19: 233-239
Jansen, M.G M. 2005: The Lepidoptera fauna of three brackish salt marshes including two species new for the Belgian fauna (Lepidoptera). Phegea 1 juni; 332: 59-68
Ord, G.W. 1899: The Lepidoptera in relation to Flowers. Tr Glasgow Soc, V 355-366
Gagiu, A. 2005: The Lepidoptera in the collection of Tarii Crisurilor Museum, Oradea. Nymphaea 32: 39-52
Wiltshire, E.P. 1964: The Lepidoptera of Bahrain. J Bombay Natur Hist Soc 61(1): 119-141
Lower, O.B. 1918: The Lepidoptera of Broken hill, New South Wales. Part iv. Trc. S. Austral. Adelaide: 226-239
Lower, O.B. 1915: The Lepidoptera of Brokenhill, New South Wales. Pt. i. Transactions of the Royal Society of South Australia, 39 375-383
Farren, W. 1923: The Lepidoptera of Cambridgeshire. Natural History of Wicken Fen Cambridge 1: 53-64
Dowdeswell, W.H. 1936: The Lepidoptera of Cara Island. Entomologist 69: 49-53
Sheppard, DA.; Monck, WJ. 1976: The Lepidoptera of Castle Eden Dene. An historical and current review. Vasculum 613: 53-79
Albrecht, CW. 1974: The Lepidoptera of Cedar Bog, Champaign County, Ohio. l. An annotated check list of the Rhopalocera. Ohio Journal of Science 742: 126-132
Lawrence, J.M. 2005: The Lepidoptera of Cousine Island, Seychelles. Phelsuma 13: 94-101
Routledge, G.B. 1933: The Lepidoptera of Cumberland. Additional species and further records. Transactions of the Carlisle Natural History Society 5: 126-143
Routledge, C.B. 1923: The Lepidoptera of Cumberland. Part III. Transactions of the Carlisle Natural History Society 3: 40-69
Turner, A.J. 1914: The Lepidoptera of Ebor Scrub, N. S. W. Sydney N. S. W. Proceedings of the Linnean Society of New South Wales, 39 546-564
Fitch, E.A. 1891: The Lepidoptera of Essex. Part I. Butterflies. Ess: 74-108
Hardy, D.E. 1956: The Lepidoptera of Fair Isle. Entomologist 89: 261-269
Conies, M.A. 1971: The Lepidoptera of Gambari Forest Reserve. Part 2. Nymphalidae, Acraeidae and Libytheidae. Nigerian Ent: 103-107
Corner, MA.; Riley, J. 1972: The Lepidoptera of Gambari Forest Reserve. Part 3. Lycaenidae and Hesperiidae. Nigerian Ent Mag 2: 130-136
Comes, M.A. 1970: The Lepidoptera of Gambari Forest Reserve. Part l. Papilionidae, Pieridae, Danaidae, and Satyridae. Nigerian Ent: 62-65
Hallett, H.M. 1917: The Lepidoptera of Glamorgan. Transactions Cardiff Soc, 50 45-86
Baynes, E.S.A. 1968: The Lepidoptera of Glenageary, Co. Dublin, Supplement 4. Entomologist's Gazette 19: 198
Downes, J.A. 1966: The Lepidoptera of Greenland; some geographic considerations. Canadian Entomologist 98: 1135-1144
Blackie, J.E.H. 1953: The Lepidoptera of Huntingdonshire. Report Huntingdonshire Fauna and Flora Society, no. 5(1952): 12-15
Halliwell, A.C. 1934: The Lepidoptera of Jersey. Parts 2-4. Bulletin de la Societe Jersiaise 1984: 305-314
Collingwood, C. 1868: The Lepidoptera of Labuan. Entomologist 4: 13-17
Meldola, R. 1889: The Lepidoptera of Leyton and neighbourhood: a contribution to the County Fauna. Essex Naturalist, V 153-170
Moncreiffe, T. 1879: The Lepidoptera of Moncreiffe Hill. Scot: 24-27, 69-77
Baker, BR. 1975: The Lepidoptera of Moor Copse nature reserve. Tidmarsh, Berkshire. Reading Nat, 27,1973-1974: 12-20
Wallis, E.F. 1908: The Lepidoptera of Northamptonshire. Journal of the Natural History Society Northampton, 14 231-238 & 273-281
Bolam, G. 1926: The Lepidoptera of Northumberland and the Eastern Borders. History of the Berwickshire Naturalists' Club 25: 515-573