Browsing "Pacific Science, Volume 20, Numbers 1-4, 1966" by Issue Date


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Issue DateTitleAuthor(s)
Apr-1966Bilateral Asymmetry in Paired Meristic Characters of Pacific SalmonLandrum, B.J.
Apr-1966The Echinoidea Collected by the Royal Society of London Expedition to Southern Chile, 1958-1959Pawson, David L.
Apr-1966Note. Bleekeria compta: A New Binomial for a Hawaiian Apocynaceous TreeWilbur, Robert L.
Apr-1966Some Aspects of the Behaviour of the Soldier Crab, Mictyris longicarpusCameron, Ann M.
Apr-1966Contributions to the Knowledge of the Alpheid Shrimp of the Pacific Ocean: Part X. Collections from Fiji, Tonga, and SamoaBanner, Albert H.; Banner, Dora M.
Apr-196620:2 Table of Contents - Pacific Science-
Jul-1966Records of Asian and Western Pacific Marine Algae, Particularly Algae from Indonesia and the PhilippinesTaylor, W.R.
Jul-1966Preliminary Soil Mineralogy Studies on Krasnozems in the Innisfail District of North Queensland, AustraliaMonteith, N.H.
Jul-1966Notes. Adventitious Roots of Eucalyptus robusta in HawaiiLanner, Ronald M.
Jul-1966Notes. Observations on Copulation in the New Zealand Grapsid Crab Hemigrapsus crenulatus (M.Edw.)Yaldwyn, John C.
Jul-1966Notes. Siphonosoma hawaiense, a New Sipunculoid from Hawaii (Sipunculoidea)Edmonds, S.J.
Jul-1966Notes. An Unusual Bisexual Agathis ConeLanner, Ronald M.
Jul-1966Observations on the Ecology of Four Apogonid FishesStrasburg, Donald W.
Jul-196620:3 Table of Contents - Pacific Science-
Jul-1966An Annotated Bibliography on North Pacific AlbatrossesFrings, Hubert; Frings, Mable; Frings, Carl
Jul-1966Foods of Rodents In the Hamakua District, HawaiiKami, Harry T.
Jul-1966A New Camallanid Nematode from HawaiiNoble, Elmer R.
Jul-1966Magnetic Surveys Over the Hawaiian Islands and Their Geologic ImplicationsMalahoff, Alexander; Woollard, G.P.
Oct-1966Notes on Occurrence of Young and Spawning of Scomberomorus sierra in the Eastern Pacific OceanKlawe, W.L.
Oct-1966A Stem Gall on Muehlenbeckia australis (Forst. f.) Caused by the Moth Morova subfasciata Walk.Arnold, B.C.