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Harger, O., Notice of a new fossil Spider [Arthrolycosa antiqua] from the Coalmeasures of Illinois. (With woodcuts.) in: Amer. Journ. Sc. a. Arts. 3. Ser. Vol. 7. 1874. p. 219-223.

Woodward, H., On the Discovery of a large Myriapod of the genus Euphoberia in the Coalmeasures of Kilmaurs. in: Report 39. Meet. British Assoc. Adv. Sc. (1869.) 1870. Notic. p. 103.

On Euphoberia Brownii, H. Woodw., a New Species of Myriapod from the Coalmeasures of the West of Scotland. (With Fig.) in: Geol. Mag. Vol. 8. 1871. p.102

-104.

Über Euphoberia Browni H. Woodw., einen neuen Myriapoden aus der Steinkohlenformation des westlichen Schottlands. (Auszug.) in: Neues Jahrb. f. Mineral. Jhg. 1871. p. 893.

(Aus voranstehendem Originale.)

Plant, John, Note on a fossil spider in Ironstone of the Coal Measures. [Eophrynus Prestvicii. in: Proc. Lit. and Philos. Soc. Manchester. Vol. 12. (1872-73.) 1873. p. 146-147.

Stür, D., [Eophrynus Salmi, ein neuer Pseudo-Skorpion aus dem Culm.] in: Stur's Beiträgen zur Kenntniss der Flora der Vorwelt. Bd. I. Hft. II. Die Culm-Flora der Ostrauer u. Waldenburger Schichten. in: Abh. d. k. k. geol. Reichsanst. Wien. VIII. Bd. Hft. 2. 1877. Vorwort. p. V. Anm. (Mit Abbild. im Text.)

(Es ist aus Versehen Euphrynus gedruckt.)

Woodward, Henry, On the Discovery of a Fossil Scorpion [Eoscorpius carbonarius] in the British Coal-Measures. (With 1 Pl.) in: Quart. Journ. Geol. Soc. London. Vol. 32. 1876. p. 57-59.

Dohrn, A., Julus Brassii nov. sp. Ein Myriapode aus der Steinkohlenformation. (M. Abbild.) in: Verh. d. naturhist. Ver. d. preuss. Rheinl. u. Westphal. 25. Jhg. (3. F. 5. Jhg.) 1868. p. 335-336.

Geinitz, H. B., Über Palaeojulus dyadicus. in: Neues Jahrb. f. Mineral. 1878. p. 733. Sterzel, J. T., Palaeojulus dyadicus, Geinitz, kein fossiler Tausendfuss, sondern ein Farn. in: 7. Bericht d. naturwiss. Ges. Chemnitz. (1878-80.) 1881. p. 11—12.

Über Palaeojulus dyadicus Geinitz u. Scolecopteris elegans Zenker. (M.1 Taf.) in: Ztschr. d. deutsch. geol. Ges. 30. Bd. 1878. p. 417–426.

(Sind Farnkräuter!)

[Über Palaeojulus dyadicus.] in: Neues Jahrb. f. Mineral. Jhg. 1878. p. 729-731. Meyer, Hermann v., Zu Palpipes priscus aus dem lithographischen Schiefer in Bayern. (M. Abbild.) in: Palaeontographica. 10. Bd. 1861-63. 6. Liefg. 1863. p. 299–304. Münster, Georg, Graf zu, Phalangites priscus. (Mit Abbild.) in: Beiträge zur Petrefacten-Kunde (Graf zu Münster.) [Hft. I.] 1839. p. 84-85.

Fossile spin [Protolycosa anthracophila] uit het steenkolentijdperk. Door [Pieter] Harting. in: Album der natuur. 1866. (Wetensch. bijblad.) p. 52.

s. unten.)

(Nach C. F. Romer, in: Neues Jahrb. f. Mineral. 1866. p. 136. Römer, Ferd., Protolycosa anthracophila, eine fossile Spinne aus dem SteinkohlenGebirge Oberschlesiens. (M. 1 Taf.) in: Neues Jahrb. f. Mineral. Jhg. 1866. p. 136 -143.

Protolykosa anthracophila, eine neue fossile Spinne aus dem oberschlesischen Steinkohlengebirge. in: Ztschr. d. deutsch. geol. Ges. 18. Bd. 1866. p. 15—16.

3. Insecta.

a) Allgemeines.

Scudder, Samuel H., A Bibliography of fossil insects. in: Harvard University Library Bulletin, No. 15. April 1st 1880. (Vol. II, No. 2.) p. 48-51; ibid. No. 16. Oct. 1st, 1880. (Vol. II, No. 3.) p. 87-88; ibid. No. 17. January 1st, 1881. (Vol. II, No. 4.) p. 122—124. (Contin.)

Andra, C. J., Über einen Insektenflügel aus der Steinkohlenformation Belgiens. in: Verh. d. naturhist. Ver. d. preuss. Rheinl. u. Westphal. 34. Jhg. (4. F. 4. Jhg.) 1877. Sitzber. p. 28.

Andree, Richard, Über einen von ihm in der Steinkohlenformation bei Stradonitz in Böhmen entdeckten Insektenflügel. in: Sitzber. d. Ges. Isis. Dresden. Jhg. 1863. p. 181-183.

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Assmann, A., Beiträge zur Insekten-Fauna der Vorwelt. (Mit 1 Taf.) in: Ztschr. f. Entomol. Breslau. N. F. 1. Hft. 1870. Einleitung. p. 3-32. I. Die fossilen Insekten des tertiären (miocenen) Thonlagers von Schossnitz bei Kanth. p. 33-58. II. Fossile Insekten aus der tertiären (oligocenen) Braunkohle von Naumburg am Bober. p. 59-62. (Auszug.) in: Neues Jahrb. f. Mineral. Jhg. 1870. p. 1030-1031. Über die von Germar beschriebenen u. im paläontologischen Museum zu München befindlichen Insekten aus dem lithographischen Schiefer in Bayern. in: Amtl. Bericht d. 50. Vers. deutsch. Naturf. 1877. p. 191-192. Bargagli, Piero, Di tre opuscoli sugli insetti fossili e sulle formazioni inglesi e straniere nelle quali sono stati scoperti avanzi d'insetti pubblicati da H. Goss. No. 1. La Fauna degli insetti dei periodi recenti e terziari. in: Bull. Soc. Ent. Ital. Anno 12. 1880. p. 127-138. No. 2. La fauna degli insetti del periodo secondario o mesozoico da H. Goss. ibid. p. 232-240.- No. 3. Fauna degli Insetti del periodo primario o paleozoica, da H. Goss. ibid. p. 255-264.

Bassi, Carlo Agostino, Memorie intorno allo studio degl' insetti fossili in genere. in: Atti della 3. Riun. degli Scienz. italiani. Firenze 1841. p. 409-401.

(Darin Cleonolithus antiquus n. sp.)

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Über die Wichtigkeit des Studiums der fossilen Knochen [sic! statt Kerfe] für die Geologie. (Auszug.) in: Oken's Isis. Jhg. 1843. p. 418-419. Binney, Edward William, [On two Remarkable Fossil Insects from the Lower Coal Measures near Huddersfield.] in: Proc. Lit. a. Phil. Soc. Manchester. Vol. 6. 1867. p. 59.

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(Xylobius sigillariae und eine vermuthliche Käferlarve.)

Bolton, John, On a Deposit with Insects, Leaves, etc., near Ulverston. (With Wood-
cuts.) in Quart. Journ. Geol. Soc. London. Vol. 18. 1862. p. 274-277.
Brodie, P. B., On the correlation of Fossil Insects. in: Proc. Warwickshire Nat. a. Arch.
Field Club. 1872. p. 16-36.

Sur les débris d'Insectes du Lias du Gloucestershire. in: L'Institut.1843. I. p. 47. On the discovery of Insects in the Lower Beds of Lias of Gloucestershire. in: Rep. 12. Meet. British Assoc. Adv. Sc. 1842. (1843.) Notic. p. 58.

(Meist Kafer bei Cheltenham und Gloucester.)

On the discovery of a large a. varied series of Fossil Insects and other associated Fossils in the Eocene (Tertiary) Strata of the Isle of Wight. in: Proc. Warwickshire Nat. a. Arch. Field Club. 1878. p. 3-12.

The distribution and correlation of fossil insects, and the supposed occurrence of Lepidoptera and Arachnidae in British and foreign strata, chiefly in the secondary rocks. in: 37. Ann. Report Warwickshire Nat. Hist. a. Arch. Soc. 1873. p. 12 -28. Auch separ. m. d.Zusatze: being a paper read at the annual meeting of the Warwickshire natural history and archaeological society, held at the museum. Warwick, April 18, 1873. Warwick [n. d.] 8. (19 p.)

Same. in: 38. Annual Report. Warwickshire Nat. Hist. a Arch. Soc. 1874. p. 16 -38.. Auch separ. m. d. Zusatze: being a paper read at the annual meeting of the Warwickshire naturalists and archaeologists' field club, held at the museum, Warwick, February 24, 1874. Warwick [n. d.] 8. (23 p.)

(Dieser und der vorhergehende Titel sind citirt nach Scudder, Bibliography of Fossil Insects, [U. 8. Geol. Survey, J. W. Powell. Washington 1890. p. 9.])

Fossil Insects in the Carboniferous Rocks. in: Geol. Mag. Vol. 4. 1867. p. 285 -286.

A history of the fossil Insects in the Secondary rocks of England. Accompanied by a particular account of the stata in which they occur, and of the circumstauces connected with their preservation. (Introductory observations, by Mr. Westwood.) London, van Voorst, 1845. 8. (XVIII, 130 p., with 11 plates.)

(Vervollständigung des Titels bei Carus-Engelmann, Bibl. zool. p. 1508.)

Notes on a Railway-section of the Lower Lias and Rhaetics between Stratfordon-Avon and Fenny Compton, on the Occurrence of the Rhaetics near Kineton, and the Insect-beds near Knowle, in Warwickshire, and on the Recent Discovery of the Rhaetics near Leicester. in: Quart. Journ. Geol. Soc. London. Vol. 30. 1874. I. p. 746-749.

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(Entdeckung gewisser Insecten zu Copt Heath near Knowle.

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Notice of the discovery of Insects in the Wealden of the Vale of Aylesbury, Bucks, with some additional observations on the wider distribution of these and other fossils in the Vale of Wardour, Wiltshire. in: Proc. Geol. Soc. London, Vol. III. Part II. 1842. (No. 90.) p. 780-782. Philos. Mag. 3. Ser. Vol. 23. 1843. p. 512-514. Ann. Mag. Nat. Hist. Vol. 11. 1843. p. 480-482.

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Brodie, P. B., Notice of the discovery of the remains of Insects in the Lias of Gloucestershire, with some remarks on the lower members of their formation. in: Proc. Geol. Soc. London. Vol. IV. Part I. 1842-43. (No. 92) p. 14-16. Philos. Mag. 3. Ser. Vol. 23. 1843. p. 529-531. — Ann. Mag. Nat. Hist. Vol. 11. 1843. p. 509–511. Athenaeum. 1843. p. 40-41.

A Notice of the dicovery of the remains of Insects, and a new genus of Isopodous Crustacea belonging to the family Cymothoidae in the Wealden Formation in the Vale of Wardour, Welts. in: Proc. Geol. Soc. London. Vol. III. Part I. 1840. p. 134-135. Philos. Mag. 3. Ser. Vol. 15. 1839. p. 534-536.

Notice of the existence of Purbeck Strata with remains of Insects and other fossils, at Swindon, Wilts. in: Quart. Journ. Geol. Soc. London. Vol. III. 1847. Part I. p. 53-54.

Notiz über eine Entdeckung von Insekten-Resten und ein neues Genus der Krustaceen-Familie Cymothoiden, in der Wealden-Formation des Wardour-Thales, Wilts. (Auszug.) in: Neues Jahrb. f. Mineral. Jhg. 1843. p. 238-239.

Notiz über die Entdeckung von Insektenresten im Lias von Gloucestershire mit einigen Bemerkungen über die untern Glieder dieser Formation. (Auszug.) in: Neues Jahrb. f. Mineral. Jhg. 1844. p. 127-128.

(Aus: Ann. Mag. Nat. Hist. XI. 1843. p. 509. - s. oben.)

Brongniart, Charles, Über fossile Insecten. (Auszug.) in: Verh. d. k. k. geol. Reichsanst. Wien. Jhg. 1878. p. 404.

Buckman, James, On the occurrence of the remains of Insects in the Upper Lias of the county of Gloucester. in: Proc. Geol. Soc. London. Vol. IV. Part I. 1843. p. 211-212.

Curtis, John, On the tertiary Fresh Water Formation of Aix in Provence, including the coal-field of Fuveau, by Roderick Impey Murchison, and Charles Lyell, with a description of fossil insects contained therein by John Curtis. ibid. Vol. I. (1826-33.) 1834. p. 150-151.

Dana, James D., On Fossil Insects from the Carboniferous formation in Illinois. (With
Woodcuts.) in: Americ. Journ. Sc. and Arts. 2. Ser. Vol. 37. 1864. p. 34–35.

Über fossile Insekten aus der Kohlenformation von Illinois. (Auszug.) in: Neues Jahrb. für Mineral. Jhg. 1864. p. 865.

(Nach voranstehendem Originale.)

Dawson, J. W., Über einige Überreste paläozoischer Insecten aus Neu-Schottland u.
Neu-Braunschweig. (Auszug.) ebd. Jhg. 1867. p. 874-875.

(Geol. Mag. Vol. 4. 1867. p. 385.

s. unten.)

On Insects from the Carboniferous and Devonian Formations. in: Geol. Mag. Vol. 4. 1867. p. 374.

(Montreal Nat. Hist. Soc.

- Montreal Gazette May 1, 1867.)

On some remains of Palaeozoic Insects recently discovered in Nova Scotia and New Brunswick. (With Woodcuts.) in: Canad. Naturalist. New Ser. Vol. 3. 1867. p. 202-206. Geol. Mag. Vol. 4. 1867. p. 385-388.

On some remains of Paleozoic Insects recently discovered in Nova Scotia and New Brunswick. [Abstract from the Authors Acadian Geology'.] in: Americ. Journ. Sc. and Arts. 2. Ser. Vol. 44, 1867. p. 116.

The Devonian Insects. (Abstr.) in: Amer. Naturalist. Vol. 14. 1880. p. 905–907. (Nach S. H. Scudder.)

Dohrn, Anton, Zur Kenntniss der Insecten in den Primärformationen. (Mit 1 Taf.) in:
Palaeontographica. 16. Bd. 1866-69. 3. Lfg. 1867. p. 129-135.
Eaton, A. E., Did flowers exist during the Carboniferous Epoch? in: Nature. Vol. 20.
1879. p. 315.

(Erklärt Breyeria für eine Ephemeride.)

Evans, 'C. E., Insect-remains in the Paludina Beds at Peckham. in: Geologist. 1861.
p. 39.

Fossil Insects. (With Figg.) in: Amer. Naturalist. Vol. 2. 1869. p. 163.
(Wing of Xenoneura antiquorum and Palaeocampa anthrax. Nach S. H. Scudder.)
Fossiele insekten in Noord-Amerika. Door [Pieter] H[artin]g. in: Album der natuur.
1879. (Wetensch. bijblad.) p. 77-78.

(Nach S. H. Scudder and O. C. Bow dish in: Nature. 1878. April 25. p. 508.)
Fossiele insekten in de Steenkolenformatie. Door [Pieter] H[arting.] ibid. 1864.
(Wetensch. bijblad.) p. 34.

(Nach Dana, in: Americ. Journ. Sc. a. Arts. 1864. p. 34. - s. oben.)
(Miamia Bronsoni und Hemeristia occidentalis.)

Fossile Insekten in Canada. in: Entomol. Nachricht. 2. Jhg. 1876. p. 11.

(Entomologist. 140. p. 58.)

Fromont, Louis, [Empreintes sur une plaque de pierre lithographique.] in: Ann. Soc. Ent. Belgique. T. 23. 1880. C. R. p. XXXV.

(Vielleicht Antennen von Insekten.)

Germar, E. F., Über die versteinerten Insecten des Juraschiefer von Solenhofen aus der Sammlung des Grafen zu Münster. in: Oken's Isis. Jhg. 1837. p. 421–424.

Beschreibung einiger neuen fossilen Insecten I. in den lithographischen Schiefern von Bayern und II. im Schieferthon des Steinkohlen-Gebirges von Wettin. (Mit Abbild.) in: Beiträge zur Petrefacten-Kunde (G. zu Münster.) 5. Hft. 1842. p. 79-94.

I. Insecten aus den lithographischen Schiefern. p. 97-90.

II. Insectenflügel im Schieferthone des Steinkohlengebirges von Wettin. p. 90-94. Giard, A., Les Insectes fossiles d'Auvergne, par M. Oustalet. Remarques critiques. Coléoptères. in: Bull. scientif. du départ. du Nord. 2. Sér. 1. Année. 1878. p. 56 -62; 109-114. Les Neuroptères. ibid. p. 114-118. Giebel, C. G., [Über einige Bernstein-Insekten.] in: Ztschr. f. d. ges. Naturwiss. 35. Bd. (N. F. 1. Bd.) 1870. p. 87.

Geologische Übersicht der vorweltlichen Insekten. ebd. 8. Bd. Jhg. 1856. p. 174-188.

Insektenreste aus den Braunkohlenschichten bei Eisleben. (Mit 1 Taf.) ebd. 7. Bd. Jhg. 1856. p. 384-386.

[Über Insektenreste im Wettiner Steinkohlengebirge.] in: Jahresber. d. naturwiss. Ver. in Halle. 2. Jahr. (1849-50.) 1850. p. 8-9. Gistl, Johannes, Kerfe in Kopal eingeschlossen. in: Oken's Isis. Jhg. 1831.

p. 247-248. (Elater maculatus, Sphaeridium melanarium, Chironomus? leucomelas, Culex flavus alle aus Brasilien.)

Goldenberg, (Friedrich), Zur Kenntniss der fossilen Insekten in der Steinkohlen-Formation. (M. 1 Taf.) in: Neues Jahrb. f. Mineral. Jhg. 1869. p. 158-168.

Über versteinerte Insectenreste im Steinkohlengebirge von Saarbrücken. in: Amtl. Bericht d. 29. Vers. deutsch. Naturf. (Wiesbaden.) 1853. p. 123–126. Goldsmith, E., On Amber containing Fossil Insects. in: Proc. Acad. Nat. Sc. Philad. 1879. (1880.) p. 207-208.

Goss, Herbert, [Exhibition of a small collection of fossil Insects obtained by Mr. J. S. Gardner from the Bournemouth Leaf-beds (Middle Eocene.)] in: Trans. Ent. Soc. London. 1878. Proc. p. VIII.

The geological antiquity of insects. Twelve papers on fossil entomology, reprinted, with some alterations and additions, from vols XV and XVI of the Entomologist's monthly magazine. London, 1880. 8. (II, 50 p.)

The Insect Fauna of the Primary or Palaeozoic Period, and the British and Foreign Formations of that Period in which Insect Remains have been detected. in: Proc. Geol. Assoc. London. Vol. 6. (1879-80.) 1881. p. 271-300. Geol. Mag. N. Ser. Vol. 6. 1879. p. 230-232.

The Insect Fauna of the Recent and Tertiary Periods, and the British and Foreign Formations of those Periods in which Insect Remains have been detected. in: 24. Ann. Rep. a. Abstr. Proc. Brighton a. Sussex Nat. Hist. Soc. (1877.) 1878. p. 81 -112. Proc. Geol. Assoc. London. Vol. 5. (1876-78.) 1878. p. 282-343.

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The Insect Fauna of the Secondary or Mesozoic Period, and the British and Foreign Formations of that Period in which Insect Remains have been detected. in: 24. Ann. Rep. a. Abstr. Proc. Brighton a. Sussex Nat. Hist. Soc. (1877.) 1878. p. 139 -165. Geol. Proc. Geol. Assoc. London. Vol. 6. (1879-80.) 1881. p. 116-150. Mag. N. Ser. Vol. 5. 1878. p. 134-136.

The Insect-Fauna of the Tertiary Period. (Abstr.) in: Geol. Mag. N. Ser. II. Dec. Vol. 4. 1877. p. 163–165.

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(24. Ann. Rep. Brighton a. Sussex Nat. Hist. Soc. 1877. - 8. oben.)

Introductory papers on fossil Entomology. in: Entomologist's Monthl. Mag. Vol. 15. 1878-79. No. 1. On the importance of an acquaintance with the subject: its bearing on the question of the evolution of insects, and the evidence it affords of the antiquity of their family types. p. 1–5. No. 2. The comparative age of the existing orders of insects, and the sequence in which the appeared on the geological horizon. ibid. p. 52-56. No. 3. On the Insecta of the Devonian period, and the animals and plants with which they were correlated. ibid. p. 124-127.

No. 4. Palaeozoic time. On the Insecta of the Carboniferous Period, and the animals and plants with which they were correlated. ibid. p.169-173. No. 5. Palaeozoic time. On the Insecta of the Permian Period, and the animals and plants with which they were correlated. ibid. p. 226-228. No. 6. Mesozoic time. On the Insecta of the Triassic Period, and the animals and plants with which they were correlated. ibid. p. 245-246. No. 7. Part I. Mesozoic time. On the Insecta of the Jurassic Period, and animals and plants with which they were correlated. ibid. Vol. 16. 1879 -80. p. 7-10. Part II. ibid. p. 25–29. - No. 8. Mesozoic time. On the Insecta of the Cretaceous Period, and the animals and plants with which they were correlated. ibid. p. 58–60. – No. 9. Cainozoic time. On the Insecta of the Eocene Period and the animals and plants with which they were correlated. ibid. p. 124-128. - No. 10. Caenozoic time. On the Insecta of the Miocene Period, and the animals and plants with which they were correlated. ibid. p. 176-181. No. 11. Caeno

zoic time. On the Insecta of the Post Tertiary, or Quaternary Period, and the ani

mals and plants with which they were correlated. ibid. p. 198–201. Gregson, C. S., On a fossil elytra fossil elytra [sic] from the stones-field Slate. in: Abstr. Proc. Liverpool Geol. Soc. 3. Sess. (1861-62.) 1863. p. 8—9.

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Hagen, H. A., Comparison of Fossil Insects of England and Batavia. in: Report 31. Meet. British Assoc. Adv. Sc. (1861.) 1862. Notices. p. 113-114. Entomologist's Annual. 1862. p. 1-10.

The Devonian Insects of New Brunswick. in: Bull. Mus. Comp. Zool. Cambridge (Mass.) Vol. 8. 1880-81. p. 275-284.

An Entomological Trip to Oxford. in: Entomol. Weekly Intellig. 1861. p. 165 -168.

(Insecten in sicilianischem Bernstein.)

Insekten im sizilianischen Bernstein im Oxforder Museum, in: Stett. Ent. Ztg. 23. Jhg. 1862. p. 512–514. Hassencamp, Ernst, Über fossile Insekten der Rhön. in: Würzburg, naturwiss. Ztschr. 1. Bd. 1860. p. 78-81. (Auszug.) in: Neues Jahrb. f. Mineral. Jhg. 1861. p. 255-256.

Heer, O., Beiträge zur Insektenfauna Oeningens. in: Natuurk. Verh. Holl. Maatsch. Wetensch. Haarlem. 2. Verz. 16. Deel. 1862. - Coleoptera. Geodephagen, Hydrocanthariden, Gyriniden, Brachelytren, Clavicornen, Lamellicornen u. Buprestiden. (Avec 7 Pl.) p. 1–90.

Beschreibung der angeführten Pflanzen und Insekten_[nämlich in:] Escher v. d. Linth, Geologische Bemerkungen über das nördliche Vorarlberg und einige angrenzende Gegenden. in: Neue Denkschrift. d. allg. schweiz. Ges. ges. Naturwiss. Bd. XIII. 1863. (136 S.) p. 115-135.

(B. Insekten: p. 134-135: Glaphyroptera Pterophylli [Taf. VII, fig. 11]; Curculionites prodromus [Taf. VII, fig. 13.))

[Briefliche Mittheilung an Unger über den Fortgang seiner Arbeiten, die Insectenfauna der Tertiärgebilde von Oeningen und Radoboj betreffend.] in: Berichte über d. Mitth. v. Freund. d. Naturwiss. Wien. (Haidinger.) 5. Bd. 1849. p. 107.

Über einige Insektenreste aus der rätischen Formation Schonens. (M. 1 Taf.) in: Geol. Fören. Stockholm Förh. 4. Bd. 1878-79. 192-197. p. (Auszug von Benecke.) in: Neues Jahrb. f. Mineral. Jhg. 1879. p. 976-977. (Auszug.) in: Verh. d. k. k. geol. Reichsanst. Wien. Jhg. 1879. p. 115.

On the Fossil Flora of Bovey Tracey. (With 17 Pl.) in: Philos. Transact. Vol. 152. 1862. Part II. 1863. p. 1039–1086. III. Insects from Bovey. p. 1082. (Pl. 68. f. 21.)

(Buprestites Falconeri Heer.) On the Fossil Insects of the Tertiary Formations of Oeningen and Radoboj. Abstr. in: Quart. Journ. Geol. Soc. London. Vol. 3. 1847. Part II. Miscell. p. 60. (Aus: Jahrb. f. Mineral. Jhg. 1847. p. 161. cfr. Carus-Engelmann, Bibl. zool. p. 1509.) Fossile Insecten von Nordgrönland. (M. Fig.) in: Flora fossilis arctica. II. Specieller Theil. Zürich. 1868. p. 129-130.

I. Coleoptera. (Trogosita insignis: Taf.L, fig. 12; Chrysomelites Fabricii: Taf. XIX, fig. 13.) II. Orthoptera. (Blattidium fragile: Taf. I, fig. 13.) III. Rhynchotan

(Pentatoma boreale: Taf. XIX, fig. 15.)

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[Fossile Insekten der Tertiärzeit.].. in: Flora tertiaria Helvetiae. 1. Bd. 1855. Einleitung: p. 10-11. (Insekten von Öningen.) 3. Bd. 1859. p. 260-261 (Art, wie die Insekten erhalten werden konnten); p. 334-335 (Insekten, Aufschlüsse gebend über die klimatischen Verhältnisse der Vorzeit.)

Im 3. Bde. der Flora tert. Helv. ist (p. 201-369) ein,,Allgemeiner Theil" (mit bes. Titelbl. 1859) enthalten:,,Die Vegetationsverhältnisse des Tertiärlandes“.

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