by Museum of Natural History, University of Wisconsin in [Stevens Point, Wisc .
Written in English
|Series||Reports of the Museum of Natural History, University of Wisconsin (Stevens Point) -- reports 32-34 (in part), 34 (in part)-42., Reports of the Museum of Natural History, University of Wisconsin--Stevens Point -- no. 32-42.|
|Contributions||Johnson, Kurt., Kroenlein, Karl Ritter., Le Crom, Jean François., Eisele, Robert C., MacPherson, Bruce., Constantino, Luis M., Salazar E., Julián A., Bálint, Zsolt.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||2 v. (various pagings including  p. of plates) :|
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