Title: Oneida Lake Fish
Publisher: Roosevelt Wild Life Forest Experiment Station
Publication Date: 1928
Book Condition: Very Good
Dust Jacket Condition: No Jacket (as issued)
Three volumes of the Bulletin of th New York State College of Forestry at Syracuse University bound into one volume. Roosevelt Wild Life Annuals Volume 1, nos 3& 4 - 1928 "The Ecology and Economics of the Onieda Lake Fish" 548 pp with fold out map, index and extensive bibliography. Volume 3 No. 1 - 1932 - "Parasites of teh Oneida Lake Fishes: Part I Descriptions of New Genera and New Species" 72 pp. with bibliography. Volume 3 No. 2 - 1932 "Parasites.: Part 2 Descriptions of New Species and some general taxonomic considerations, expecially concerning the Trematode Family Heterophyidae Trichodina renicola (Mueller, 1931), a ciliate parasite of the the urinary tract of Esox niger" pages 74 -154 with biblio. Volume 3 Nos. 3 & 4 - 1934 - "Parasites.: Part 3 A biological and ecological survey of teh worm parasites" Harley J. Van Cleave and Justus F. Mueller pages 161 - 334 with biblio. Part 4 "Additional notes on parasites of Oneida Lake Fishes, including descriptions of new species" pages 335 -373 with biblio. Photos, illustrations, color plates. VG all tight and bright. Spine slightly sunned. Bookseller Inventory # 000220
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