University of California Publications in Zoology, volume 21, no. 1-18 (1918-1926)
By Kofoid, Charles A. and Grinnell, Joseph (editors)
Pp. (2), 437; 1 color plate by Allan Brooks, 11 full page black-and-white photo-plates, numerous text-figures. Early red cloth, with black spine label lettered in gilt, lg 8vo. This volume contains 18 papers and monographs on birds and mammals. The two longest monographs are “Revision of the avian genus Passerella, with special reference to the distribution and migration of the races in California” by Harry Swarth (150 pages, 1 color plate, 3 black-and-white plates, 30 text-figures, 1920, no. 4) and “Changes During Growth in the Skull of the Rodent Otospermophilus grammurus Beecheyi” by Raymond Hall (50 pages, 43 text-figures, 1926, no. 14). Mildly ex-library from the Reading Public Museum with white call number on the spine, bookplate of Reading Museum on the front endpaper and Museum stamp on series title page and on rear endpaper.
|Publisher||University of California|
|Date Published Estimated||No|
|Number of Volumes||1|
|Condition Description||Small stain on the spine, a bright and clean copy in near fine condition.|