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Scudder, S. H.1886The cockroach of the past
S. H. Scudder1901The Pleistocene beetles of Fort River, Massachusetts
S. H. Scudder1900The species of Circotettix, a North American genus of Oedipodinae.
S. H. Scudder1898The orthopteran group Scudderiae
S. H. Scudder1896The European species of Etoblattina, with description of new forms
S. H. Scudder1895The Miocene insect-fauna of Œningen, Baden
S. H. Scudder1895Contributions to Canadian Palaeontology. Volume 2. Canadian fossil insects. 1. The Tertiary Hemiptera of British Columbia
S. H. Scudder1895Contributions to Canadian Palaeontology. Volume 2. Canadian fossil insects. 2. The Coleoptera hitherto found fossil in Canada
S. H. Scudder1895Contributions to Canadian Palaeontology. Volume 2. Canadian fossil insects. 3. Notes upon myriapods and Arachnida (Nova Scotia coal field)
S. H. Scudder1895The fossil cockroaches of North America
S. H. Scudder1895Revision of North American fossil cockroaches
S. H. Scudder1895A caddis fly from the Leda clays of the vicinity of Ottawa, Canada
S. H. Scudder1894Tertiary Tipulidae with special reference to those of Florissant, Colorado
S. H. Scudder1893Tertiary rhynchophorous Coleoptera of the United States
S. H. Scudder1893Insect fauna of the Rhode Island coal field
S. H. Scudder1892Some insects of special interest from Florissant, Colorado and other points of the Tertiaries of Colorado and Utah
S. H. Scudder1891Index to the known fossil insects of the World including myriapods and arachnids
S. H. Scudder1890New Carboniferous Myriapoda from Illinois
S. H. Scudder1890The insects of the Triassic beds at Fairplay, Colorado
S. H. Scudder1890New types of cockroaches from the Carboniferous deposits of the U.S.A
S. H. Scudder1886The oldest known insect larva, Mormolucoides articulatus, from the Connecticut River Rocks
S. H. Scudder1886Systematic review of our knowledge of fossil insects including myriapods and arachnids
S. H. Scudder1886A review of Mesozoic cockroaches
S. H. Scudder1886The operations of a prehistoric beetle
S. H. Scudder1885Dictyoneura and the allied insects of the Carboniferous epoch
S. H. Scudder1885Palaeodictyoptera: or the affinities and classification of Paleozoic Hexapoda
S. H. Scudder1885New genera and species of fossil cockroaches, from the older American rocks
S. H. Scudder1885Notes on Mesozoic cockroaches. 1. Pterinoblattina, a remarkable type of Palaeoblattariae. Triassic Blattariae from Colorado. 3. On the genera hilterto proposed for Mesozoic Blattariae
S. H. Scudder1885Winged insects from a paleontological point of view, or the geological history of insects
S. H. Scudder1885Two more English Carboniferous insects
S. H. Scudder1885The earliest winged insects of America. A reexamination of the Devonian insects of New Brunswick in the light of criticisms and of new studies of other Paleozoic types. 4°
S. H. Scudder1884The species of Mylacris, a Carboniferous genus of cockroaches
S. H. Scudder1884Triassic insects from the Rocky Mountains
S. H. Scudder1883The fossil white ants of Colorado
S. H. Scudder1883The Carboniferous hexapod insects of Great Britain
S. H. Scudder1883A gigantic walking-stick from the coal
S. H. Scudder1881Two new British Carboniferous insects, with remarks on those already known 1881
S. H. Scudder1881A second carboniferous insect "Lithosialis bohemica"
S. H. Scudder1881The Tertiary lake-basin at Florissant, Colorado, between South and Hayden parks
S. H. Scudder1880The Devonian insects of New Brunsnwick
S. H. Scudder1879The early types of insects: or the origin and sequences of insect life in Palaeozoic times
S. H. Scudder1878The fossil insects of the Green River Shales
S. H. Scudder1878An account of some insects of unusual interest from the Tertiary rocks of Colorado and Wyoming
S. H. Scudder1878New and interesting insects from the Carboniferous shales of Cape Breton
S. H. Scudder1877The first discovered traces of fossil insects in the American Tertiaries
S. H. Scudder1877The insects of the Tertiary beds at Quesnel (British Columbia)
S. H. Scudder1876Fossil Coleoptera from the Rocky Mountains Tertiaries
S. H. Scudder1876The Tertiary Physopoda of Colorado
S. H. Scudder1876Two new British Carboniferous insects, with remarks on those already known
S. H. Scudder1876Fossil Orthoptera from the Rocky Mountain Tertiaries


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