By George H. Bell, Diane B. Rhodes (Moore)
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Extra info for A Guide to the Zoological Literature: The Animal Kingdom (Reference Sources in Science and Technology)
New York: B. Franklin, 1961. 574p. (Burt Franklin Bibliography and Reference Series, vol. 29). 00 16-volume set. LC 63-6359. ISBN 0-8337-2966-7. A reprint of a bibliography published from 1801 to 1821 in Gottingen by Dieterich, this volume of a 16-volume set represents a list of zoological publications of learned societies. Citations are included up to 1800 and are comprised mostly of eighteenth century entries. The majority of the listings are arranged under species name or animal group by author of the work.
The following chapters, arranged phylogenetically, cover the major animal groups: the invertebrates (excluding arthropods), the arthropods, the vertebrates (general), the fish, the amphibians and reptiles, the birds, and the mammals. An appendix has been included to offer Internet sources of information on the animal kingdom. Each chapter includes lists of sources for a major group of animals under the following sections: Dictionaries, Bibliographies, Indexes and Abstracts, Directories, Handbooks, Field Guides, Textbooks, Journals, Biological Keys and Classification Schemes, Checklists, Biographies, Style Manuals, Guides to the Literature, and Professional Associations.
Also, a special natural history issue of Bookman's Weekly comes out each year that features the latest natural history books and includes out-of-print dealers. Organization of this Guide This guide is organized into eight chapters and one appendix. The first chapter addresses general reference works for the entire animal kingdom. The following chapters, arranged phylogenetically, cover the major animal groups: the invertebrates (excluding arthropods), the arthropods, the vertebrates (general), the fish, the amphibians and reptiles, the birds, and the mammals.