Observations on the Genus Unio, together with descriptions of new genera and species in the families Naiades, Conchae, Colimacea, Lymnaeana, Melaniana, and Peristomiana. Shells, Mollusks.
Observations on the Genus Unio, together with descriptions of new genera and species in the families Naiades, Conchae, Colimacea, Lymnaeana, Melaniana, and Peristomiana
Observations on the Genus Unio, together with descriptions of new genera and species in the families Naiades, Conchae, Colimacea, Lymnaeana, Melaniana, and Peristomiana
Observations on the Genus Unio, together with descriptions of new genera and species in the families Naiades, Conchae, Colimacea, Lymnaeana, Melaniana, and Peristomiana
Observations on the Genus Unio, together with descriptions of new genera and species in the families Naiades, Conchae, Colimacea, Lymnaeana, Melaniana, and Peristomiana
Observations on the Genus Unio, together with descriptions of new genera and species in the families Naiades, Conchae, Colimacea, Lymnaeana, Melaniana, and Peristomiana
Observations on the Genus Unio, together with descriptions of new genera and species in the families Naiades, Conchae, Colimacea, Lymnaeana, Melaniana, and Peristomiana
Observations on the Genus Unio, together with descriptions of new genera and species in the families Naiades, Conchae, Colimacea, Lymnaeana, Melaniana, and Peristomiana
Observations on the Genus Unio, together with descriptions of new genera and species in the families Naiades, Conchae, Colimacea, Lymnaeana, Melaniana, and Peristomiana

Observations on the Genus Unio, together with descriptions of new genera and species in the families Naiades, Conchae, Colimacea, Lymnaeana, Melaniana, and Peristomiana

Philadelphia: Printed for the Author, (1842). Hardcover. Vol. 3 of 13 volumes Lea published occasionally between 1834 and 1874. Quarto, original printed boards, in remarkable condition with just slight rubbing and wear at bottom of front board, 88 pp, 23 fine lithograph plates of shells, contents bright and clean. Lea, co-head of the publishing firm Carey & Lea, devoted so much of his time to the study of shells that he retired from the publishing business in 1851 to devote his entire attention to it. Near Fine. Item #H14109

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