University of California Publications in Zoology, volume 48, no. 1-6 (1942-1949)
By Daniel, J. Frank et al. (editors)
Pp. iv, 532 (includes index) 1 large folding map in color, 16 full page plates (5 are fine color drawings of reptiles, 11 are black-and-white photo-plates), numerous text-figures. Early wine red cloth, lettered in gilt on the spine, brown patterned endpapers, (all original printed gray wrappers bound in place), thick lg 8vo. This volume contains six monographs: four are on reptiles, and two are on mammals. The two longest monographs are: “Speciation in Salamanders of the Plethodontid Genus Ensatina” by Robert Stebbins (150 pages, 2 color plates, 4 black-and-white photo-plates, 1949) and “Vertebrate Animals of the Providence Mountain Areas of California” by David Johnson et al, (156 pages, 52 text-figures, 1 color folding map, 1948). Mildly ex-library from the Reading Public Museum with gold call number on the spine, bookplate of Reading Museum on the front endpaper and Museum stamps on the front original wrapper of each number.
|Publisher||University of California|
|Date Published Estimated||No|
|Number of Volumes||1|
|Condition Description||No signs of use, a bright and clean copy in near fine condition.|