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Smith-Woodward, Arthur
Woodward, A. Smith
Woodward, Arthur S.
Woodward, Arthur Smith
Woodward, Arthur Smith (Sir)
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1864-1944
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British Museum (Natural History). Department of Geology
British Museum (Natural History). Dept. of Geology
British Museum Affiliation (see also from)
Eastman, Charles Rochester (1868-1918))
Palaeontographical Society (London)
Poulton, Edward Bagnall Sir, 1856-1943
Schlosser, Max
Smith, Grafton Elliot (1871-1937)
The British Museum of Natural History (London)
Zittel, K.A. (1839-1904)
Zittel, Karl Alfred (1839-1904)
Zittel, Karl Alfred von (1839-1904))
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Catalogue of the fossil fishes in the British Museum (Natural History)
Creation by evolution; a consensus of present-day knowledge as set forth by leading authorities in non-technical language that all may understand
earliest Englishman, The
Fossil fishes of the english wealden and purbeck formations
Fossil fishes of the hawkesbury series at st. peter's
Fossil Fishes of the Talbragar Beds (Jurassic ?). -, The
From meteorite to man: the evolution of the earth
Guide to the exhibition galleries of Geology and Palaeontology...
Huxley memorial lectures, 1925-1932.
Illustrations of type specimens of Inferior Oolite ammonites in the Sowerby collection
Mammalia
Odontography
On a carboniferous fish fauna from the Mansfield district, Victoria.
On fossil fish-remains from Snow Hill and Seymour islands
On two mesozoic crocodilians Notosuchus (genus novum) and Cynodontosuchus (genus novum) from the red sandstones of the territory of Neuquen (Argentine republic)
Outlines of vertebrate palaeontology for students of zoology
Permo-carboniferous plants and vertebrates from Kashmir
Phylum
Recherches sur les poissons fossiles
Text-book of palaeontology.
Through the heart of Patagonia
Vertabrates, fishes to birds
Wissenschaftliche Ergebnisse der schwedischen Südpolar-Expedition 1901-1903.
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