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Goldring, W., 1929. Nature, Preservation and Significance of Fossils, New York State Museum Education Leaflet. The University of Pennsylvania Press, Albany, New York.
Lord, Jr., P., 2003. The Navigators: A Journal of Passage on the Inland Waterways of New York (1793), New York State Museum Bulletin. The University of the State of New York, Albany, New Jersey.
Daniels, R.A., 1995. Nearshore Fish Assemblage of the Tidal Hudson River, in: LaRoe, E.T., Farris, G.S., Puckett, C.E., Doran, D.P., Mac, M.J. (Eds.), Our Living Resources: A Report To The Nation On The Distribution, Abundance, And Health Of U.s. Plants, Animals, And Ecosystems. U.S. Department of the Interior, Washington, D.C., pp. 260-263.
Parker, A.C., 1908. Neh Ho-non-tci-noh-geh: The Guardians of the Little Waters, a Seneca Medicine Society, in: Parker, A.C. (Ed.), Myths And Legends Of The New York State Iroquois, By Harriett Maxwell Converse. The University of the State of New York, Albany, New York, pp. 149-170.
Ruedemann, R., 1929. Neuere Beobachtungen an Graotolithenschiefern in Amerika. Leopoldina Akademy der Naturforscher 4, 7-12.
Clarke, J.M., 1901. New Agelacrinites, in: Merrill, J.H., Clarke, J.M. (Eds.), Paleontologic Papers 2. The University of the State of New York, Albany, New York, pp. 182-198.
Hall, J., 1859. New American Trilobites [from Hudson River group of Vermont]. Canadian Journal of Natural Sciences 4, 491-493.
Lintner, J.A., 1886. New and Destructive Borer to be Conquered. New England Homestead 20, 341.
Goldring, W., 1935. New and Previously Known Middle Devonian Crinoids of New York. Annals of the Carnegie Museum 24, 349-368.
Sheviak, C.J., 2012. A New and Rare Spiranthes from the Sierra Nevada. The Native Orchid Conference Journal 9, 1-6, 16-17.
Felt, E.P., 1922. A New and Remarkable Fig Midge. The Florida Entomologist 6, 5-6.
Sheviak, C.J., 2008. New and Significant Chromosome Numbers in Spiranthes. The Native Orchid Conference Journal 5, 6-9.
Inoue, H., Miller, N.G., 1985. A new Aneura Dum. (Hepaticae: Aneuraceae) from eastern North America. Bulletin Of The National Science Museum Series B (botany) 11, 95-101.