McIntosh Ray Soc set Re: [Annelida] original description of
(by g.read from niwa.co.nz)
Sat Oct 8 01:08:55 EST 2011
Interesting. These (I can see 6 volumes) seem to be new scans online
since September digitised from the Smithsonian library. Previously there
were only 2 volumes online, one from Harvard (vol 1 & 1a, 1(2) ), and
part of one from University of California (vol 4(1)). Those are still
online. So two volumes are duplicated. And I didn't see 2(1) and 4(2)
yet, but haven't searched exhaustively.
Anyway, it is great to see the McIntosh Ray Society volumes made more
available. The books themselves are quite rare, expensive, and not often
on the market. There are some nice artistic colour plates - many done by
McIntosh's sister if I remember correctly.
>>> On 7/10/2011 at 2:23 a.m., Bryan Wasson <bryan from seasurvey.co.uk>
> It is online here:
> Güley KURT SAHIN wrote:
>> Dear all,
>> I need the original description of Marphysa kinbergi...Can somebody
>> me the pdf of the paper or the part of M. kinbergi??
>> McIntosh, W.C. 1910. A monograph of the British annelids.
>> Syllidae to Ariciidae. Ray Society of London, 2(2): 233-524.
>> Dr. Guley KURT SAHIN
>> Sinop University
>> Faculty of Arts and Sciences
>> Department of Biology
>> 57000 Sinop, TURKEY
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> Bryan Wasson
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