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    • Description des plantes de l'Amerique : avec leurs figures 

      Plumier, Charles (1646-1704) (1693)
      Description des plantes de l'Amérique es un libro con ilustraciones y descripciones botánicas que fue escrito por el religioso y botánico francés Charles Plumier. Fue publicado en el año 1693 y se considera una obra ...
    • Essai sur l'histoire naturelle de l'isle de Saint-Domingue : avec desfigures en taille - douce 

      Nicolson, [religieux Dominicain, -1812] (1776)
      [Español] Descripción, por un fraile dominico, de Saint-Domingue en el siglo XVIII. Nicolson (autor cuyo nombre completo se desconoce) trata sobre la historia y describe la administración y la actividad industrial de la ...
    • Las familias vejetales representadas en la flora de Santo Domingo 

      Moscoso Puello, Rafael María (1897)
      Esta es la primera obra publicada de Rafael María Moscoso, naturalista, botánico y educador, primer dominicano que realizó investigaciones completas sobre la flora nacional. En el libro el autor enumera las familias de ...
    • Tertiary fossil plants from the Dominican Republic 

      Berry, Edward W. (1921)
      During the reconnaissance of the Dominican Republic, made during 1919 under the direction of T. Wayland Vaughan for the Dominican Government, fossil plants were collected at seven different localities.
    • Notes on a collection of ferns from the Dominican Republic 

      Maxon, William R. (1922)
      In November, 1920, Dr. W. L. Abbott revisited the Dominican Republic, spending the period to May, 1921, in an investigation of the natural history of the Samana Peninsula and of the region lying between Sanchez (at the ...
    • A new species of Eleutherodactylus from the Dominican Republic 

      Cochran, Doris M. (1923)
      The presence of a new species among a collection of frogs sent to the United States National Museum from Santo Domingo was pointed out to me last summer by Dr. G. K. Noble of the American Museum of Natural History. On his ...
    • Two new ferns from the Dominican Republic 

      Maxon, William R. (1924)
      An additional lot of ferns received on loan from the Berlin Botanical Museum includes two new species, which are described herewith. One of these, represented by an identical specimen in the U. S. National Herbarium, had ...
    • New or noteworthy ferns from the Dominican Republic 

      Maxon, William R. (1924)
      In an earlier paper, this author dealt briefly with an interesting collection of ferns obtained by Dr. W. L. Abbott in the northeastern part of the Dominican Republic from November, 1920, to May, 1921, describing a new ...
    • New plants from the Dominican Republic 

      Leonard, E. C. (1924)
      The new species described in this paper are based upon material collected by Dr. W. L. Abbott in the early part of 1922. Prior to 1920 only a small proportion of the plants known to occur in the Dominican Republic were ...
    • The rodents of the genus Plagiodontia 

      Miller, Gerrit S. (1927)
    • Descriptions of four new forms of birds from Hispaniola 

      Wetmore, Alexander (1929)
      Continued studies of birds from Haiti and the Dominican Republic in the National Museum have In'ought to attention three geographic races found on small islands oil the coast that differ sufficiently from the groups ...
    • Mammals eaten by Indians, owls, and Spaniards in the coast region of the Dominican Republic (with two plates) 

      Miller, Gerrit S. (1929)
      In February and March, 1928, I visited the Samana Bay region, northeastern Dominican Republic with the special object of obtaining remains of mammals in the Indian deposits that had been previously examined by Gabb in ...
    • Three small collections of mammals from Hispaniola (with two plates) 

      Miller, Gerrit S. (1930)
      The United States National Museum has received from Haiti and the Dominican Republic three small collections of mammals that have not yet been reported on. The first was made in a sheltered side crevice, probably once the ...
    • The birds of Haiti and the Dominican Republic 

      Wetmore, Alexander; Swales, Bradshaw H. (1931)
      The book is an ornithological treatise on the avifauna of the island of Hispaniola (divided between the nations of Haiti and the Dominican Republic) in the Caribbean. It is based on the fieldwork carried out, and collections ...
    • Additional notes on the birds of Haiti and the Dominican Republic 

      Wetmore, Alexander; Lincoln, Frederick C. (1933)
      In continuation of biological studies in Hispaniola under the Smithsonian Institution, we were engaged in field investigations in Haiti and the Dominican Republic in the spring of 1931, being oc cupied principally with ...
    • A new nematode of the genus Diplotriaena from a Hispaniolan woodpecker 

      Wehr, Everett E. (1934)
      The species of nematode described in this paper was collected from the body cavity of a Hispaniolan woodpecker killed near Santa Barbara de Samaná, Dominican Republic, by E. W. Price.
    • The herpetology of Hispaniola 

      Cochran, Doris M. (1941)
      This study of the herpetology has been undertaken for the purpose of advancing the survey of the amphibian and reptile fauna of the Greater Antilles. Of these islands Hispaniola has remained the least known faunistically ...
    • Riqueza forestal dominicana (tomo I) [tercera edición corregida y ampliada] 

      Schiffino, José (1945)
      Primer volumen de una serie de tres obras que constituyen un manual científico-técnico con descripciones de las especies de la flora de la República Dominicana.
    • Árboles de la flora dominicana 

      Schiffino, José (1949)
      La obra constituye un manual sobre los nombres de las especies de árboles de la flora dominicana, incluyendo sus nombres vulgares y científicos, sinónimos dominicanos y sinónimos latinos.
    • Sumario de la natural historia de las Indias 

      Fernández de Oviedo, Gonzalo (1950)
      El Sumario de la natural historia de las Indias fue uno de los primeros documentos impresos sobre la flora y la fauna americanas. Su autor, el español Gonzalo Fernández de Oviedo, viajó cuatro veces a América, en la que ...