Literature

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W. D. Pierce, Kirkby R. A.1959Fossil insects from Montana. 1. A new fossil nemopterid (Neuroptera)
W. D. Pierce, Gibron S. J.1962Fossil arthropods of California. 24 Some unusual fossil arthropods from the Calico Mountain nodules
W. D. Pierce0A preliminary review of the classification of the order Strepsiptera
W. D. Pierce1909A monographic revision of the twisted winged insects comprising the order Strepsiptera Kirby
W. D. Pierce1911Strepsiptera
W. D. Pierce1912Systematic notes and descriptions of some weevils of economic or biological importance
W. D. Pierce1913Miscellaneous contributions to the knowledge of the weevils of the families Attelabidae and Brachyrhinidae
W. D. Pierce1916Studies of weevils (Rhynchophora) with descriptions of new genera and species
W. D. Pierce1919The comparative morphology of the order Strepsiptera together with records and descriptions of insects
W. D. Pierce1930Studies of the North American weevils belonging to the superfamily Platystomoidea
W. D. Pierce1944Fossil arthropods of California. 1. Introduction statement
W. D. Pierce1945Fossil arthropods of California. 5a. A crystallized millipede from volcanic rock in a well.
W. D. Pierce1945Fossil arthropods of California. 6. Two new fossils from the Upper Miocene of the Puente Hills
W. D. Pierce1946Fossil arthropods of California. 10. Exploring the minute world of the California asphalt deposits
W. D. Pierce1947Fossil arthropods of California. 13. A progress report on the Rancho la Brea asphalten studies.
W. D. Pierce1948Fossil arthropods of California. Some Hemiptera from the McKittick asphalt field
W. D. Pierce1948Fossil arthropods from British Columbia. 1. Introduction
W. D. Pierce1948Fossil arthropods of California. 16. The carabid genus Elaphus in the asphalt deposits
W. D. Pierce1948Fossil arthropods from British Columbia. 4. An Elaphrus from interglacial lignite
W. D. Pierce1949Fossil arthropods of California. 17. The silphid burrowing beetles in the asphalt deposits.
W. D. Pierce1950Fossil arthropods from onyx marble
W. D. Pierce1950Fossil arthropods of British Columbia. 5. A new deposit of lignite
W. D. Pierce1951Fossil Arthropods from onyx-marble. 4. Hot calcareous waters killing insects
W. D. Pierce1954Fossil Arthropoda of California. 18. The Tenebrionidae: Tentyriinae of the asphalt deposits
W. D. Pierce1954Fossil arthropods of California. 19. The Tenebrionidae: Scaurinae of the asphalt deposits
W. D. Pierce1954Fossil arthropods of California. 20. The Tenebrionidae: Coniontinae of the asphalt deposits
W. D. Pierce1958Fossil arthropods of California. 21. Termites from Calico Mountain nodules
W. D. Pierce1959Fossil arthropods of California. 22. A progress report on the nodule studies
W. D. Pierce1960Fossil arthropods of California. 23. Silicified insects in Miocene nodules from the Calico Mountains.
W. D. Pierce1961A new genus and species of Strepsiptera parasitic on a leafhopper vector of a virus disease of rice and other Gramineae.
W. D. Pierce1962The significance of the petroliferous nodules of our desert mountains.
W. D. Pierce1963Fossil arthropods of California. 25. Silicified leafhoppers from California mountains nodules
W. D. Pierce1965Fossil arthropods of California. 26. Three new fossil insect sites in California
W. D. Pierce1966Fossil arthropods of California. 29. Silicified Miocene pupae of ceratopogonid flies
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