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Name: 
Hertlein, Leo
Hertlein, Leo G.
Hertlein, Leo George
Dates: 
1898-1972
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Allison, Edwin C.
American Museum of Natural History
Grant, U. S. (1893-)
Grant, Ulysses S. (1893-)
Hanna, G. Dallas (1887-)
Stanford University
Strong, A. M.
Zullo, Victor A. (1936-)
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Catalog of specimens in the type collection of the Department of Geology, California Academy of Sciences
cenozoic Brachiopoda of western North America. -, The
Contribution to the biogeography of Cocos Island, including a bibliography.
Description of a new species of Chlamys (Mollusca: Pelecypoda) from the Galápagos Islands
Descriptions of new species of gastropods from Clipperton Island
Geology and paleontology of the marine pliocene of San Diego, Cal*. -, The
geology and paleontology of the marine Pliocene of San Diego, California, The
Land and brackish water Mollusca of Cocos Island
Large Terebras (Mollusca) from the Eastern Pacific
Marine mollusks collected during the "Askoy" expedition to Panama, Colombia, and Ecuador in 1941
Marine mollusks collected during the "Askoy" expedition to Panama, Columbia and Ecuador in 1941
Marine mollusks from Panama, collected by the Allan Hancock expedition to the Galapagos Islands, 1931-1932.
Marine Pleistocene mollusks from the Galapagos islands
new Genus of gastropod (Drupinae) from the Pliocene of Oregon and California, A
new pecten from the San Diego Pliocene., A
new species of giant Lima from off southern California (Mollusca: Pelecypoda), A
new species of land snail from Coahuila, Mexico, A
Pectens from the Tertiary of Lower California, 1925.
Pleistocene Fauna of Magdalena Bay, Lower California. -, The
Pliocene fossils from Baltra (South Seymour) Island, Galápagos Islands
Pliocene fossils from Rancho El Refugio, Baja California, and Cerralvo Island, Mexico.
West American Cenozoic Echinoidea. -, The
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Thesis (Ph. D.)--Stanford University
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