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VOLUME XIII

Parts 1 to 4 - Reserved for Coleoptera and other documents on insects.

VOLUME XIV

Part 1-Insects of Porto [[Puerto]] Rico and the Virgin Islands—Odonata or Dragon Flies, Illustrated, by Elsie Broughton Klots (1932).

Part 2-Insects of Porto [[Puerto]] Rico and the Virgin Islands—Homoptera(excepting the Sternorhynchi), with numerous illustrations, by Herbert Osborn (1935).

Part 3-Insects of Porto [[Puerto]] Rico and the Virgin Islands—Hemiptera-Heteroptera (excepting the Miridae and Corixidae), illustrated, by Harry Gardner Barber (1939).

Part 4-Reserved for Hemiptera.

VOLUME XV

Part 1-Brachyuran Crabs of Porto [[Puerto]] Rico and the Virgin Islands, with numerous illustrations, by Mary J. Rathbun (1933).

Part 2-Crustacea Macrura and Anomura of Porto [[Puerto]] Rico and the Virgin Islands, with numerous illustrations, by Waldo L. Schmitt; the Amphipods of Porto [[Puerto]] Rico and the Virgin Islands, illustrated, by Clarence R. Shoemaker (1935).

Part 3-Arachnida of Porto [[Puerto]] Rico and the Virgin Island, by W. J. Gertsch (in preparation).

Part 4-Reserved for Myriapods.

VOLUME XVI

Part 1-A Handbook of the Littoral Echinoderms of Porto [[Puerto]] Rico and the Other West Indian Islands, with seven plates, by Hubert Lyman Clark (1933).

Part 2-Polychaetous Annelids of Porto [[Puerto]] Rico and Vicinity, with numerous illustrations, by A. L. Treadwell (1939).

Part 3-Bryozoa of Porto [[Puerto]] Rico, with a Résumé of the West Indian Bryozoan Fauna, with numerous illustrations, by Raymond C. Osburn (1940).

Part 4-Marine Cercariae of Porto [[Puerto]] Rico, with numerous illustrations, by Raymond M. Cable (1956).

VOLUME XVII

Part I-The Pelecypoda or Bivalve Mollusks of Porto [[Puerto]] Rico and the Virgin Islands, with numerous illustrations, by Richard A. McLean (1951).

Part 2-Digenetic Trematodes of Puerto Rican Shore Birds, by Raymond M. Cable, Robert S. Connor, and Jan W. Balling (1960).

Part 3-Digenetic Trematodes of Marine Fishes of Puerto Rico, by Ather H Siddiqui and Raymond M. Cable (1960).

Part 4-Reserved for other documents on invertebrates.

VOLUME XVIII

Part 1-Porto [[Puerto]] Rican Archaeology, illustrated, by Froelich G. Rainey (1940).

Part 2-A Large Archaeological Site at Capa, Utuado, with Notes on Other Porto
 [[Puerto]] Rico Sites Visited in 1914-1915, with numerous illustrations, by J. Alden Mason; Appendix-An Analysis of the Artifacts of the 1914-1915 Porto [[Puerto]] Rican Survey, with many illustrations, by Irving Rouse (1941).

Part 3-Porto [[Puerto]] Rican Prehistory: Introduction; Excavations in the West and North, illustrated, by Irving Rouse (1952).

Part 4-Porto [[Puerto]] Rican Prehistory: Excavations in the Interior, South and East; Chronological Implications, illustrated, by Irving Rouse (1952).

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