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Volume 52 (2012- )

  • Robins, C. R., R. H. Robins, and M. E. Brown. 2012. A revision of Lepophidium (Teleostei, Ophidiidae), with descriptions of eight new species. 1:1-93. $10.00 (Download high resolution PDF)
  • McNab, B. K. 2013. The ecological energetics of birds in New Guinea. 2:95-159. $8.00 (Download PDF)
  • Morgan, G. S., and N. A. Albury. 2013. The Cuban crocodile (Crocodylus rhombifer) from late Quaternary fossil deposits in the Bahamas and Cayman Islands. 52(3):161-236. $8.00 (Download high resolution PDF)(Download low resolution PDF)

Volume 51 (2011-2012)

  • Williams, J. D., R. S. Butler, and J. M. Wisniewski. 2011. Annotated synonymy of the recent freshwater mussel taxa of the families Margaritiferidae and Unionidae described from Florida and drainages contiguous with Alabama and Georgia. 1:1-84. $20.00 (Download high resolution PDF)(Download low resolution PDF)
  • Powell, R., and R. W. Henderson, Editors. 2012. Island lists of West Indian amphibians and reptiles. 2:85-166. $9.00 (Download high resolution PDF)(Download low resolution PDF)
  • Thompson, F. G. 2012. The land snail genus Epirobia and allied genera in Mexico and Central America, with the description of a new family, the Epirobiidae (Gastropoda, Pulmonata, Urocoptoidea). 3:167-215. $10.00 (Download PDF)
  • Pitt, A. L., Editor. 2012. Contributions from the Herpetology Conference including the All Florida Herpetological Event. 4:217-278. $8.00 (Download PDF of entire issue). Individual papers in this issue:
  • J. K. Byram and M. A. Nickerson: Effects of nitrogen ammonia and MS-222 on Xenopus laevis development, growth, and foraging behavior. Pp. 217-226. (Download PDF)
  • K. A. Hecht-Kardasz, M. A. Nickerson, M. Freake, and P. Colclough: Population structure of the hellbender (Cryptobranchus alleganiensis) in a Great Smoky Mountains stream. Pp. 227-241. (Download PDF)
  • G. R. Johnston, E. Suarez, J. C. Mitchell, G. A. Shemitz, P. L. Butt, and M. Kaunert: Population ecology of the snapping turtle (Chelydra serpentina osceola) in a northern Florida river. Pp. 243-256. (Download PDF)
  • M. A. Nickerson and A. L. Pitt: Historical turtle population decline and community changes in an Ozark River. Pp. 257-267. (Download PDF)
  • J. R. Mohr: Movements of the timber rattlesnake (Crotalus horridus) in the South Carolina mountains. Pp. 269-278. (Download PDF)

Volume 50 (2011)

  • Thompson, F. G.. 2011. An annotated checklist and bibliography of the land and freshwater snails of Mexico and Central America. 1:1-299. $45.00 (Download PDF)

Volume 49 (2009-2011)

  • Franz, R., & S. E. Franz. 2009. A new fossil land tortoise in the genus Chelonoidis (Testudines: Testudinidae) from the northern Bahamas, with an osteological assessment of other Neotropical tortoises. 1:1-44. $8.00
  • Thomson, A. W., & L. M. Page. 2010. Taxonomic revision of the Amphilius uranoscopus group (Teleostei: Siluriformes) in Kenya, with the description of a new species from the Athi River. 2:45-66. $7.00 (Download High Res. PDF) (Download Low Res. PDF) (Supplemental Materials)
  • Hulbert Jr., R. C. 2010. A new early Pleistocene tapir (Mammalia: Perissodactyla) from Florida, with a review of Blancan tapirs from the state. 3:67-126. $9.00 (Download High Res. PDF) (Download Low Res. PDF)
  • Lucking, R., F. Seavey, R. S. Common, S. Q. Beeching, O. Breuss, W. R. Buck, L. Crane, M. Hodges, B. P. Hodkinson, E. Lay, J. C. Lendemer, R. T. McMullin, J. A. Mercado-Diaz, M. P. Nelsen, E. Rivas Plata, W. Safranek, W. B. Sanders, H. P. Schaefer Jr. & J. Seavey. 2011. The lichens of Fakahatchee Strand Preserve State Park, Florida: Proceedings from the 18th Tuckerman Workshop. 4:127-186. $9.00 (Download PDF) (Supplemental Materials)

Volume 48 (2008-2009)

  • Steadman, D. W. 2008. Doves (Columbidae) and cuckoos (Cuculidae) from the early Miocene of Florida. 1:1-16. $7.00 (Download PDF)
  • Webb, S. D. 2008. Revision of the extinct Pseudoceratinae (Artiodactyla: Ruminantia: Gelocidae). 2:17-58. $7.00. (Download High Res. PDF) (Download Low Res. PDF)
  • Zaspel, J. M., S. J. Weller, & R. T. Carde. 2008. A review of Virbia (formerly Holomelina) of North America. 3:59-118. $10.00 (Download High Res. PDF) (Download Low Res. PDF)
  • Snelson, F. F., Jr., T. J. Krabbenhoft, & J. M. Quattro. 2009. Elassoma gilberti, a new species of pygmy sunfish (Elassomatidae) from Florida and Georgia. 4:119-144. $7.00 (Download PDF)

Volume 47 (2007-2008)

  • Hayes, F. G. 2007. Magnetostratigraphy and paleontology of Wagner Quarry, (late Oligocene, early Arikareean) basal Arikareean Group of the Pine Ridge Region, Dawes County, Nebraska. 1:1-48. $7.00
  • Ehret, D.J. 2007. Skeletochronology: A method for determining the individual age and growth of modern and fossil tortoises (Reptilia: Testudines). 2:49-72. $7.00. (Download PDF)
  • Wilkins, L., J. M. Allen, & D. Reed. 2007. Methods of assessing health and diet of Florida panthers (Puma concolor) using museum specimens, parts 1 & 2. 3:73-108. $7.00 (Download High Res. PDF) (Download Low Res. PDF)
  • Borden, W. C., & M. M. Colburn. 2008. Striated muscles of the black basses (Micropterus, Centrachidae): myological stasis in a generalized group of Percomorph fishes. 4:109-136. $7.00 (Download High Res. PDF) (Download Low Res. PDF)

Volume 46 (2006)


Volume 45 (2005)

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  • Cenozoic Vertebrates of the Americas: Papers to Honor S. David Webb. Richard C. Hulbert Jr., Gary S. Morgan, and Jon A. Baskin, Editors. 4:125-562.

Contents:

  • Bruce J. MacFadden. S. David Webb - Paleontologist, Scholar, and Colleague. 4:129-142. (Download PDF)
  • Clayton E. Ray. An Idiosyncratic History of Floridian Vertebrate Paleontology. 4:143-170. (Download PDF)
  • Peter A. Meylan. Late Pliocene Anurans from Inglis 1A, Citrus County, Florida. 4:171-178. (Download PDF)
  • Richard Franz and Irvy R. Quitmyer. A Fossil and Zooarchaeological History of the Gopher Tortoise (Gopher polyphemus) in the Southeastern United States. 4:179-200. (Download PDF)
  • Gina C. Gould and Irvy R. Quitmyer. Titanis walleri: Bones of Contention. 4:201-230. (Download PDF)
  • David W. Steadman. Late Pleistocene Birds from Kingston Saltpeter Cave, Southern Appalachian Mountains, Georgia. 4:231-248. (Download PDF)
  • Bruce J. Shockey. New Leontiniids (Class Mammalia, Order Notoungulata, Family Leontiniidae) from the Salla Beds of Bolivia (Deseadan, Late Oligocene). 4:249-260. (Download PDF)
  • Dale R. Jackson and Eric Fernandez. A Small Pleistocene Mammalian Megafauna from Southern Honduras. 4:261-270. (Download PDF)
  • Gary S. Morgan. The Great American Biotic Interchange in Florida. 4:271-312. (Download PDF)
  • H. Gregory McDonald. The Paleoecology of Extinct Xenarthrans and the Great American Biotic Interchange. 4:313-334. (Download PDF)
  • F. Glynn Hayes. Arikareean (Oligocene Miocene) Herpetotherium (Marsupialia, Didelphidae) from Nebraska and Florida. 4:335-354. (Download PDF)
  • L. Barry Albright III. Ekgmowechashala (Mammalia, ?Primates) from the Gulf Coastal Plain. 4:355-362. (Download PDF)
  • Robert A. Martin. Preliminary Correlation of Florida and Central Great Plains Pliocene and Pleistocene Mammalian Local Faunas Based on Rodent Biostratigraphy. 4:363-368. (Download PDF)
  • Robert S. Feranec. Growth Rate and Duration of Growth in the Adult Canine of Smilodon gracilis and Inferences on Diet Through Stable Isotope Analysis. 4:369-378. (Download PDF)
  • Thomas A. Demere and Annalisa Berta. New Skeletal Material of Thalassoleon (Otariidae: Pinnipedia) from the Late Miocene-Early Pliocene (Hemphillian) of California. 4:379-412. (Download PDF)
  • Jon A. Baskin. Carnivora from the Late Miocene Love Bone Bed of Florida. 4:413-434. (Download PDF)
  • Julie A. Meachen. A New Species of Hemiauchenia (Artiodactyla, Camelidae) from the Late Blancan of Florida. 4:435-448. (Download PDF)
  • Jay A. O'Sullivan. Population Dynamics of Archaeohippus blackbergi (Mammalia; Equidae) from the Miocene Thomas Farm Fossil Site of Florida. 4:449-464. (Download PDF)
  • Richard C. Hulbert, Jr. Late Miocene Tapirus (Mammlia, Perissodactyla) from Florida, With Description of a New Species, Tapirus webbi. 4:465-494. (Download PDF)
  • Matthew C. Mihlbachler. Linking Sexual Dimorphism and Sociality in Rhinoceroses: Insights from Teleoceras proterum and Aphelops malachorhinus from the Late Miocene of Florida. 4:495-520. (Download PDF)
  • W. David Lambert. The Microstructure of Proboscidean Ivory and its Application to the Subordinal Identification of Isolated Ivory Specimens. 4:521-530. (Download PDF)
  • C.A. Mandryk, J.A. Baskin, E.O. Matthews and R.G. Thomas. Possibly Human-Modified Mammoth Tusk and Bone from the Pleistocene of South Texas. 4:531-540. (Download PDF)
  • J.H. Balsillie, G.H. Means, J.S. Dunbar and R. Means. Geoarchaeological Consideration of the Ryan-Harley Site (8JE1004) in the Wacissa River, Northern Florida. 4:451-562.

Volume 44 (2003)

  • Zooarchaeology: Papers to Honor Elizabeth S. Wing. F. Wayne King and Charlotte M. Porter, eds. Bulletin of the Florida Museum of Natural History 2003. 44:1-208. View online

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Contents:

  • Kitty F. Emery. Enduring Foundations to a Holistic Science: Lessons in Environmental Archaeology from Elizabeth S. Wing. 44:3-10.
  • Elizabeth S. Wing. Zooarchaeology at FLMNH in the Context of the Growth and Development of This Discipline. 44:11-16.
  • Sylvia Scudder. Deep Sand: Soil and Landscape Relationships at the Blueberry Site (8HG678), Highlands County, Florida. 44:17-26.
  • Kathlyn M. Stewart and Rebecca J. Wigen. Screen Size and the Need for Reinterpretation: A Case Study from the Northwest Coast. 44:27-34.
  • Arlene Fradkin and H. Sorayya Carr Middle Preclassic Landscapes and Aquatic Resource Use at Cuello, Belize. 44:35-42.
  • Arturo Morales-Muñ iz and Yekaterina Antipina. A Preliminary Survey of the Birds from Velikent (Bronze Age, Daghestan, Russia). 44:43-54.
  • Wietske Prummel. Middle Bronze Age and Hellenistic Mollusk Meals from Sourpi Bay (Thessaly, Greece). 44:55-64.
  • Elizabeth J. Reitz. Resource Use through Time at Paloma, Peru. 44:65-80.
  • Laura Kozuch. Use of Fire in Shell Bead Manufacture at Cahokia. 44:81-90.
  • Karen J. Walker. An Illustrated Guide to Trunk Vertebrae of Cottonmouth (Agkistrodon piscivorus) and Diamondback Rattlesnake (Crotalus adamanteus) in Florida. 44:91-100.
  • László Bartosiewicz. A Millennium of Migrations: Proto-historic Mobile Pastoralism in Hungary. 44:101-130.
  • Irvy R. Quitmyer. Zooarchaeology of Cinnamon Bay, St. John, U.S. Virgin Islands: Pre-Columbian Overexploitation of Animal Resources. 44:131-158.
  • Diana C. Crader. Animal Remains from Late Medieval Capabiaccio: A Preliminary Assessment of the Stock Economy. 44:159-170.
  • Elizabeth M. Scott. Horticultural Hunters: Seasonally Abundant Animal Resources and Gender Roles in Late Prehistoric Iroquoian Subsistence Strategies. 44:171-182.
  • Donna L. Ruhl. Imagining Sixteenth- and Seventeenth-Century Native American and Hispanic Transformations of the Georgia Bight Landscapes. 44:183-198.
  • Douglas V. Campana and Pam J. Crabtree. Soldiers' Diet at Valley Forge: An Analysis of the Faunal Remains from the 2000 Excavation Season. 44:199-204.
  • Kitty F. Emery. A Bibliography of Literature by Elizabeth S. Wing. 44:205-208.

Volume 43 (2000-2002)


Volume 42 (1999-2000)


Volume 41 (1997-1999)


Volume 40 (1997)


Volume 39 (1995-1997)


Volume 38 (1995) View online

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Contents, Part I

  • R. Franz. An introduction to the amphibians and reptiles of the Katharine Ordway Preserve-Swisher Memorial Sanctuary, Putnam County, Florida.
  • C.K. Dodd, Jr. 1. The ecology of a sandhills population of the eastern narrow-mouthed toad, Gastrophryne carolinensis, during a drought.
  • C.K. Dodd, Jr., and R. Franz. 2. Seasonal abundance and habitat use of snakes in xeric and mesic communities of north-central Florida.
  • L. LaClaire. 3. Vegetation of selected upland ponds in north and north-central Florida.
  • L.L. Smith. 4. Nesting ecology, female home range and activity, and population size-class structure of the gopher tortoise, Gopherus polyphemus, on the Katharine Ordway Preserve, Putnam County, Florida.
  • W. W. Timmerman. 5. Home range, habitat use, and behavior of the eastern diamondback rattlesnake (Crotalus adamanteus) on the Ordway Preserve.

Contents, Part II

  • J.F. Eisenberg. An introduction to the mammalian species of Katharine Ordway Preserve-Swisher Memorial Sanctuary.
  • J.T. Ryser. 6. Activity, movement, and home range of Virginia opossums (Didelphis virginiana) in Florida.
  • C. Jones. 7. Habitat use and home ranges of Podomys floridanus on the Ordway Preserve.
  • L. HaySmith. 8. Neotoma floridana floridana: Natural history, ecology, and movements in north-central Florida.
  • S. Walker. 9. Habitat use by raccoons (Procyon lotor) in a sandhill/wetland mosaic of north-central Florida.

Volume 37 (1995)

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Contents, Part I | View online

  • Gary S. Morgan and Richard C. Hulbert, Jr. 1. Overview of the geology and vertebrate biochronology of the Leisey Shell Pit Local Fauna, Hillsborough County, Florida.
  • Douglas S. Jones, Paul A. Mueller, Teresa Acosta, and Robert D. Shuster. 2. Strontium isotope stratigraphy and age estimates for the Leisey Shell Pit faunas, Hillsborough County, Florida.
  • Bruce J. MacFadden. 3. Magnetic polarity stratigraphy and correlation of the Leisey Shell Pits, Hillsborough County, Florida.
  • Fredrick J. Rich and Lee Ann Newsom. 4. Preliminary palynology and macroplant report for the Leisey Shell Pits, Hillsborough County, Florida.
  • Roger W. Portell, Kevin S. Schindler, and David Nicol. 5. Biostratigraphy and paleoecology of the Pleistocene invertebrates from the Leisey Shell Pits, Hillsborough County, Florida.
  • Arthur Bogan and Roger W. Portell. 6. Early Pleistocene freshwater bivalves (Mollusca: Unionidae) from the Leisey Shell Pits, Hillsborough County, Florida.
  • Ann E. Pratt and Richard C. Hulbert, Jr. 7. Taphonomy of the terrestrial mammals of Leisey Shell Pit 1A, Hillsborough County, Florida.
  • Sylvia Scudder, Erika Simons, and Gary S. Morgan. 8. Chondrichthyes and Osteichthyes from the early Pleistocene Leisey Shell Pit local fauna, Hillsborough County, Florida.
  • Peter A. Meylan. 9. Pleistocene amphibians and reptiles from the Leisey Shell Pits, Hillsborough County, Florida.
  • Steven D. Emslie. 10. An early Irvingtonian avifauna from Leisey Shell Pits, Hillsborough County, Florida.

Contents, Part II | View online

  • H. Gregory McDonald. 11. Gravigrade xenarthrans from the early Pleistocene Leisey Shell Pit 1A, Hillsborough County, Florida.
  • Kevin F. Downing and Richard White. 12. The cingulates (Xenarthra) of Leisey Shell Pit 1A (Irvingtonian), Hillsborough County Florida.
  • Gary S. Morgan and John A. White. 13. Small mammals (Insectivora, Lagomorpha, and Rodentia) from the early Pleistocene (early Irvingtonian) Leisey Shell Pit Local Fauna, Hillsborough County, Florida.
  • Annalisa Berta. 14. Fossil carnivores from the Leisey Shell Pits, Hillsborough County, Florida.
  • Steven D. Emslie. 15. The fossil record of Arctodus pristinus (Ursidae: Tremarctinae) in Florida.
  • Richard C. Hulbert, Jr. 16. The giant tapir, Tapirus haysii, from Leisy Shell Pit 1A and other Florida Irvingtonian localities.
  • Richard C. Hulbert, Jr. 17. Equus from Leisey Shell Pit 1A and other Irvingtonian localities from Florida.
  • David B. Wright. 18. Tayassuidae of the Irvingtonian Leisey Shell Pit Local Fauna, Hillsborough County, Florida.
  • S. David Webb and Frank G. Stehli. 19. Selenodont artiodactyls (Camelidae and Cervidae) from the Leisey Shell Pits, Hillsborough County, Florida.
  • S. David Webb and Joseph P. Dudley. 20. Proboscidea from Leisey Shell Pits, Hillsborough County, Florida.

Volume 36 (1991-94)


Volume 35 (1990-91)


Volume 34 (1988-89)


Volume 33 (1988)


Volume 32 (1987-88)


Volume 31 (1987)


Volume 30 (1987)


Volume 29 (1983-84)


Volume 28 (1982)


Volume 27 (1981-82)


Volume 26 (1980-81)


Volume 25 (1980)


Volume 24 (1979)


Volume 23 (1978)


Volume 22 (1977)


Volume 21 (1976-77)


Volume 20 (1975-76)


Volume 19 (1974-75)


Volume 18 (1974)


Volume 17 (1972-74)


Volume 16 (1972)


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Volume 15 (1970-1971)


Volume 14 (1969)


Volume 13 (1969)


Volume 12 (1968)


Volume 11 (1967-1968)


Volume 10 (1965-1966)


Volume 9 (1964-1965)


Volume 8 (1964)


Volume 7 (1962-1963)


Volume 6 (1961-1962)


Volume 5 (1959-1961)


Volume 4 (1959)


Volume 3 (1958)


Volume 2 (1957-1958)


Volume 1 (1956-1957)