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S. H. Scudder1900Additions to the coleopterous fauna of the interglacial clays of the Toronto district with an Appendix: on the scolytid borings from the same deposits
S. H. Scudder1900Adephagous and clavicorn Coleoptera from the Tertiary deposit of Florissant, Colorado, with description of few other forms and a systematic list of the non-rhynchophorous Tertiary Coleoptera of North America
S. H. Scudder1892The American Tertiary Aphidae
S. H. Scudder1892The Tertiary Rhynchophora of North America
S. H. Scudder1890A classed and annotated bibliography of fossil insects
S. H. Scudder1890Illustrations of the Carboniferous Arachnida of North America, of the orders Anthracomarti and Pedipalpi
S. H. Scudder1890The fossil insects of North America (with notes on some European species). 1. The Pretertiary insects
S. H. Scudder1890The fossil insects of North America (with notes on some European species). 2. The Tertiary insects
S. H. Scudder1889Physionomy of the American Tertiary Hemiptera
S. H. Scudder1889The fossil butterflies of Florissant
S. H. Scudder1888An interesting Paleozoic cockroach fauna at Richmond, Ohio
S. H. Scudder1887Cockroaches from the Carboniferous period
S. H. Scudder1883Older fossil insects west of the Mississipi
S. H. Scudder1882A new and unusually prefect Carboniferous cockroach from Mazon Creek, Illinois
S. H. Scudder1881"Lithosialis bohemica"
S. H. Scudder1881Description of Bombus sp. from Florissant
S. H. Scudder1879Palaeozoic cockroaches: a complete revision of the species of both Worlds, with an essay towards their classification
S. H. Scudder1878A Carboniferous Termes from Illinois
S. H. Scudder1878An insect wing of extreme simplicity from the coal formation
S. H. Scudder1878Note on the wing of a cockroach from the Carboniferous formation of Pittston, Pennsylvania
S. H. Scudder1878The fossil insects collected in 1877 by Mr. G.M. Dawson, in the interior of the British Columbia
S. H. Scudder1876Fossil Palaeozoic insects
S. H. Scudder1876New and interesting insects from the Carboniferous shales of Cape Breton
S. H. Scudder1876New orthopterous insect in the coal-measure of Scotland
S. H. Scudder1876On the close affiliation of the insects of Europe and America in the Carboniferous epoch
S. H. Scudder1875Fossil Orthoptera from the Rocky Mountain Tertiaries
S. H. Scudder1875Historical sketch of the generic names proposed for butterflies: a contribution to systematic nomenclature
S. H. Scudder1875Remarks on some remains of insects occurring in Carboniferous shale at Cape Breton
S. H. Scudder1868(Palaeozoic insects from Nova Scotia and New Brunswick.) pp. 202-206. In: Dawson, J.W. (ed.). On some remains of Palaeozoic insects recently discovered in Nova Scotia and New Brunswick
S. H. Scudder1868The fossil insects of North America
S. H. Scudder1866On the Devonian insects of New Brunswich
S. H. Scudder0Notes on some of the Tertiary Neuroptera of Florissant and Green River
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