Literature

AuthorsYearTitlesort descending
F. M. Carpenter1929A fossil ant from the Lower Eocene (Wilcox) of Tennessee.
F. M. Carpenter1929A Jurassic neuropteran from the lithographic limestone of Bavaria.
F. M. Carpenter1963A Megasecopteron from Upper Carboniferous strata in Spain
F. M. Carpenter1933A new Megasecopteron from the Carboniferous of Kansas
F. M. Carpenter1935A new name for Lithomyrmex Carp. (Hymenoptera)
F. M. Carpenter1928A new Protodonatan from the Grand Canyon.
F. M. Carpenter, Miller A. K.1937A Permian insect from Coahuila (Mexico)
F. M. Carpenter1948A Permian insect from Texas
F. M. Carpenter1962A Permian Megasecoptera from Texas
F. M. Carpenter1957A Pliocene insect deposit in Texas
W. L. Brown, Jr, Carpenter F. M.1978A restudy of two ants from the Sicilian amber
F. M. Carpenter1930A review of our present knowledge of the geological history of the insects
F. M. Carpenter1940A revision of the Nearctic Hemerobiidae, Berothidae, Sisyridae, Polystoechotidae and Dilaridae (Neuroptera)
F. M. Carpenter1928A scorpion-fly from the Green River Eocene
F. M. Carpenter1990A substitute name for the extinct genus Eoricania Haupt (Hemiptera, Homoptera, Ricaniidae)
F. M. Carpenter1991A substitute name for the extinct genus Proberotha Riek (Neuroptera)
F. M. Carpenter1960A Triassic Odonata from Argentina.
F. M. Carpenter, Richardson E. S.1971Additional insects in Pennsylvanian concretions from Illinois
F. M. Carpenter1955An Eocene Bittacus (Mecoptera)
Carpenter, F. M., Hermann H. R.1979Antiquity of sociality in insects
F. M. Carpenter1934Carboniferous insects from Pennsylvania in the Carnegie Museum and the Museum of Comparative Zoology
F. M. Carpenter1940Carboniferous insects from the Stanton Formation, Kansas
F. M. Carpenter1944Carboniferous insects from the vicinity of Mazon Creek. Illinois State Museum
F. M. Carpenter1947Early insect life
F. M. Carpenter1969Fossil insects from Antarctica
F. M. Carpenter1970Fossil insects from New Mexico
F. M. Carpenter1926Fossil insects from the Lower Permian of Kansas
F. M. Carpenter1960Fossil Nemopteridae (Neuroptera)
F. M. Carpenter1931Insects from the Miocene of Washington (Latah). 1. Introduction
F. M. Carpenter1932Jurassic insects from Solenhofen in the Carnegie Museum and the Museum of Comparative Zoology
F. M. Carpenter1947Lower Permian insects from Oklahoma. Part 1. Introduction and the orders Megasecoptera, Protodonata, and Odonata
F. M. Carpenter1979Lower Permian insects from Oklahoma. Part 2. Orders Ephemeroptera and Palaeodictyoptera
F. M. Carpenter1958Mexican snakeflies (Neuroptera: Raphidiodea)
F. M. Carpenter1961Neuroptera Hemerobiidae
F. M. Carpenter1927Notes on a collection of amber ants
F. M. Carpenter1943Osmylidae of the Florissant shales, Colorado
F. M. Carpenter1951Redescription of Parapaolia superba Scudder (Protorthoptera)
F. M. Carpenter1955Redescription of Spiloconis picticornis Banks (Neuroptera: Coniopterygidae)
F. M. Carpenter1987Review of the extinct family Syntonopteridae (order uncertain)
F. M. Carpenter1936Revision of the Nearctic Raphidiodea (recent and fossil)
F. M. Carpenter, Richardson E. S.1976Structure and relationships of the Upper Carboniferous insect Eucaenus ovalis
F. M. Carpenter, Richardson E. S.1978Structure and relationships of the Upper Carboniferous insect Prochoroptera calopteryx (Diaphanopterodea, Prochoropteridae)
F. M. Carpenter1992Studies of North American Carboniferous insects. Part 8. New Palaeodictyoptera from Kansas, USA
F. M. Carpenter1963Studies on Carboniferous insects from Commentry, France. Part 4. The genus Triplosoba
F. M. Carpenter1951Studies on Carboniferous insects from Commentry. Part 2. The Megasecoptera
F. M. Carpenter1961Studies on Carboniferous insects of Commentry, France. Part 3. The Caloneurodea
F. M. Carpenter1963Studies on Carboniferous insects of Commentry, France. Part 5. The genus Diaphanoptera and the order Diaphanopterodea
F. M. Carpenter1964Studies on Carboniferous insects of Commentry. Part 6. The genus Dictyoptilus (Palaeodictyoptera)
F. M. Carpenter1960Studies on North American Carboniferous insects. 1 The Protodonata.
F. M. Carpenter1963Studies on North American Carboniferous insects. 2. The genus Brodioptera from the Maritime Province, Canada

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Scratchpads developed and conceived by (alphabetical): Ed Baker, Katherine Bouton Alice Heaton Dimitris Koureas, Laurence Livermore, Dave Roberts, Simon Rycroft, Ben Scott, Vince Smith