2 edition of Bulletin - United States National Museum. found in the catalog.
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PDF files of the most recent issues vol. The series was discontinued after volume 38, 1974, and has been revived with volume 39, 2000. These include but are not limited to, longer taxonomic papers, checklists, floras, and monographs produced by the staff and associates at the U. is an externally peer-reviewed periodical published by the Department of Botany at irregular intervals.
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