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Stoner, D., 1945. Additional Unrecorded Passenger Pigeons from New York State. The Auk 62, 622-623. doi:10.2307/4079818
Stoner, D., 1937. A Method of Dispersal of the Black Widow Spider. Science 85, 219. doi:10.1126/science.85.2200.219
Stoner, D., 1941. A Noteworthy Concentration of Birds. The Auk 58, 588-589. doi:10.2307/4078670
Stoner, D., 1935. Temperature and Growth Studies on the Barn Swallow. The Auk 52, 400-407. doi:10.2307/4077512
Stoner, D., Stoner, L.C., 1942. A Seven-Year-Old Bank Swallow. Science 96, 273-274. doi:10.1126/science.96.2490.273
Stoner, D., 1939. Temperature, Growth and Other Studies on Eastern Phoebe, New York State Museum Circular. The University of the State of New York, Albany, New York.
Stoner, D.H., 1933. Superstitions and Facts about Kingfishers. University of the State of New York Bulletin to the Schools 19, 165-167.
Stoner, D., 1937. Records on Bird Temperatures, New York State Museum Circular. The University of the State of New York, Albany, New York.
Stoner, D., 1936. Ten Years' Returns from Banded Black Swallows, New York State Museum Circular. The University of the State of New York, Albany, New York.
Stoner, D., 1944. Acquisition of a Bird Collection by the New York State Museum. Science 99, 379. doi:10.1126/science.99.2576.379-a
Stoner, D., 1942. Behavior of Young Bank Swallows after First Leaving the Nest. Bird-Banding 13, 107-110. doi:10.2307/4509745
Stoner, D., 1945. Temperature and Growth Studies of the Northern Cliff Swallow. The Auk 62, 207-216. doi:10.2307/4079698
Stoner, D., 1940. The Canada Porcupine as Highway Casualty. Journal of Mammalogy 21, 360-361. doi:10.2307/1374767
Stoner, D., 1937. Three Returns of a Bank Swallow. Science 86, 469-470. doi:10.1126/science.86.2238.469
Stoner, D., 1941. Historical Data on a Specimen of Sooty Tern from Oswego, New York. The Auk 58, 258-259. doi:10.2307/4079124
Stoner, D., 1935. Highway Mortality among Mammals. Science 81, 401-402. doi:10.1126/science.81.2104.401

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