Andreas Leith Adams

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Andreas Leith Adams (vulgo Andrew Leith Adams), natus 21 Martii 1827; mortuus 29 Iulii 1882), fuit medicus, physicus, biologus et geologus Scoticus. Leith Adams Regalis Societatis Londinii sodalis fuit accurate in eam anno 1872 cooptatus est.

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  • 1859, "Notae de nonnullarum avium Indicarum hibitibus, venatione et ceteris" (Anglice Notes on the habits, haunts, etc. of some of the birds of India). Proc. Zool. Soc. Londinii.
  • 1859, "De avibus Casmiricis et Ladacicis" (The birds of Cashmere and Ladakh). Proc. Zool. Soc. Londinii.
  • 1870, "Notae biologicae in Valle Nilotica et Melita" (Notes of a naturalist in the Nile Valley and Malta) Edimburgi.
  • 1874, On the dentition and osteology of the Maltese fossil elephant, being a description of the remains discovered by the aurthor in Malta between the years 1860 and 1866. Proc. Zool. Soc. Londinii.
  • 1875, "De saurii vertebra quadam fossili", Arctosaurus osborni e regione Antarctica" (On a fossil saurian vertebra, Arctosaurus osborni from the Arctic region). "Academiae Hibernicae Regalis Processus" (Proceedings of the Royal Irish Academy).

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