London: British Museum (Natural History), 1972-1975. Octavo, softcover. A collection of miscellaneous articles, primarily on invertebrates.
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Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1999. Octavo, laminated boards. A reference work providing an annotated bibliography of key works on insect groups. It provides descriptions of all groups, the most useful and up-to-date references for each and notes on their coverage and relevance. Also contains a chapter on the best use...
Manuka: Australian Institute of Marine Science, 1983. Octavo, illustrations, dustwrapper.
Melbourne: Robertson and Mullens, 1943. Octavo, photographs. binder's cloth, wrappers retained.
Melbourne: Georgian House, 1943. Octavo, coloured frontispiece by Neville W. Cayley, photographs, dustwrapper.
Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1969. Octavo, text illustrations, signature, very good set. Volume one: promorphology. Volume two: organology.
Sydney: Lansdowne, (1981. reprint). Quarto, colour photographs, very good copy in dustwrapper.
London: Linnean Society of London, 1979. Octavo, text illustrations, softcover. Synopsis of the British Fauna (New Series), number 17.
London: British Museum (Natural History), 1938. Quarto, publisher's printed wrappers. Offprints from the British Antarctic ("Terra Nova") Expedition, 1910. Natural History Reports. Zoology. Volume three, number one and Zoology Volume two, number two (Hirudinea by W.A. Harding).
London: Adam and Charles Black, 1909. Octavo, text illustrations. Binder's cloth, wrappers retained, bookplate, signature.
London: Printed by order of the Trustees of the British Museum, 1907-1938. Quarto, erratically paginated, text illustrations and uncoloured plates, binder's cloth.
London: Printed by order of the Trustees of the British Museum, 1915-1932. Quarto, erratically paginated, text illustrations and uncoloured plates, binder's cloth. From the British Antarctic ("terra nova") Expedition 1910.
Bombay: Oxford University Press, 1991. Octavo, laminated boards, colour plates, text illustrations.
Adelaide: Rigby, 1981. Octavo, colour photographs, bookplate, dustwrapper.
Adelaide: Government Printer, 1964. Octavo, one colour plate, text illustrations, softcover.
New York: American Geographical Society, 1928. Octavo, black and white photographs, text illustrations and diagrams. Publisher's cloth with labels, bookplate, a handsome copy.
Flagstaff: Best Publishing, (1995. second edition), Octavo, paperback, colour photographs, softcover.
St. Lucia: University of Queensland, 1982. Quarto, colour photographs, some blemishes, dustwrapper.
Hackenheim: ConchBooks, 2012. Quarto, laminated boards, colour and black and white photographs. The first comprehensive book on Antarctic Mollusca in a long time. The molluscan diversity in Antarctic waters is particularly large. Bivalvia are represented by 24 different families, comprising 40 genera and over 87 species. The Gastropoda are represented...
London: Journal of the Geological Society, 1872. Octavo, plates 13-25 uncoloured lithographs. Publisher's wrappers, author's presentation copy.
New York: Clarkson N. Potter, (1979. first edition). Octavo, oblong format, striking full page colour photographs, very good copy in dustwrapper.
Cape Town: Struik Publishers, 2010. Octavo, paperback, colour photographs. This is a new edition of Martin Filmer's long-standing guide to southern African spiders. The book has been fully updated by Norman Larsen and now covers all 69 spider families found in the region. Spiders are grouped according to web type...
Sydney: Linnean Society of New South Wales, 1893. Quarto, 41 plates, photographic frontispiece. Binder's cloth with wrappers retained, the bookplate of John Calaby.
Hackenheim: ConchBooks, 2013. Quarto, laminated boards, colour photographs. The Babyloniidae, or commonly called "ivory shells", are a small group of gastropods with moderately large, conspicuously patterned and visually appealing shells. Despite their relative uniformity in terms of colour and shape, some species show considerable variability and this led to some...
London: Ray Society, 1962. Octavo, text illustrations.