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Collins, A. C. (1958). Foraminifera. Great Barrier Reef Expedition 1928-29 Scientific Reports Vol. VI no. 6: 335-437. British Museum (Natural History). Large 4to format, softcover.Unread, as new.GBP 45.00
Seymour Sewell, R.B. (1951).The epibionts and parasites of the planktonic Copepoda of the Arabian Sea. John Murray Expedition 1933-34 Scientific Reports, Vol IX no. 4British Museum (Natural History). Large 4to format, softcover.A small tear at the top of the spine and very slightly bent bottom right covers corners, otherwise an excellent copy (possibly unread).GBP 45.00
Sims, R.W. (Ed.) (1980). Animal Identification. A Reference Guide. Vol. 1: Marine and brackish water animals. British Museum/John Wiley, London, 112 pp.Hardbound in leatherette, 8vo.An indispensable bibliographical guide to the taxonomy and identification of aquatic animals.As new.GBP 15.00A discount of GBP 5.00 will be given on the total invoice if Vol. 2 is bought at the same time!
Sims, R.W. (Ed.) (1980). Animal Identification. A Reference Guide. Vol. 2: Land and Freshwater Animals (not Insects). British Museum/John Wiley, London, 120 pp.Hardbound in leatherette, 8vo.An indispensable bibliographical guide to the taxonomy and identification of aquatic animals.As new.GBP 15.00A discount of GBP 5.00 will be given on the total invoice if Vol. 1 is bought at the same time!
Kofoid, C.A. & Swezy, O. (1921). The Free-Living Unarmored Dinoflagellata. Mem. Univ. California Vol. 5, 562 pp, 12 plates, 388 in-text figs. University of California Press, Berkeley, CA.Hardbound, blue cloth, brown spine w/gold lettering.With hand-written dedication to Graham Kerr, signed by the authors. Sir John Graham Kerr (1869-1957) was a zoologist and Professor of Natural History at the University of Glasgow, Scotland.A seminal, timeless classic and a must for anyone interested in di...
Cardigan Bay Recent Foraminifera (Cruises of the R.V. Antur, 1962-1964). Bulletin of the British Museum (Natural History), Zoology, Supplement 4. London, 1973Softbound, 24.5 x 18.5 cm, 245 pages, 33 plates and 47 text-figures. Like new, all complete and undamaged.A seminal scholarly work on non-fossil British foraminifera and a must for anyone seriously interested in this subject.GBP 39.50
Introduction to the Optical Microscope (Royal Microscopical Society Microscopy Handbooks) By Savile Bradbury, Distributed by Oxford University Press, 1984, 86pp. Paperback.ISBN-10 : 0198564015ISBN-13 : 978-0198564010As new.This is the original edition of a classic introductory guide by a world-renowned British microscopist.£15.00
Light Microscopy (Introduction to Biotechniques Series)By D. J. Rawlins, Bios Scientific Publishers, 1992, 143pp. Paperback. ISBN: 9781872748115Used, in very good condition.A good all-round introduction to modern light microscopy. £10.00
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