Folder List

  1. Report by Myers to CAS Council re: fish collection (?); 1933
  2. Letter to Dr. Miller; 1942
  3. Misc. Poems, Notes, etc. found in Myers Books; n.d., 1924, 1930-1931
  4. "On the Natural History of George Sprague Myers"; 1970
  5. Review of Festschrift for George Sprague Myers; 1974
  6. Library Staff Notes

Publications by George S. Myers; 1923, 1927-1928, 1930, 1932, 1937, 1940, 1944, 1946, 1970

  1. "Annotated Chronological Bibliography of the Publications of George Sprague Myers (to the end of 1969)"; 1970
  2. "Notes on the Nomenclature of Certain Anabantids and a New Generic Name Proposed"; May 1923
  3. "Further Notes on Anabantids"; Nov. 1923
  4. "An Analysis of the Genera of Neotropical Killifishers Allied to Rivulus"; Jan. 1927
  5. "Rana Areolata at Bloomington, Indiana"; Jan. 1927
  6. "Puntius Streeteri, a New Cyprinoid Fish from Borneo, and Cobitophis, a New Genus of Bornean Cobitidae"; April 1927
  7. "The Status of the Darter Richeilla brevispina (Coker)"; April-June 1927
  8. "Carl H. Eigenmann - Ichthyologist"; 1928
  9. "The Species of Piabucina Inhabiting Colombia"; Mar. 1928
  10. "The Existence of Cichlid Fishes in Santo Domingo"; June 1928 11. "The Urostyle in Larval Characin Fishes"; June 1928
  11. "New Fresh-water Fishes from Peru, Venezuela, and Brazil"; July 1928
  12. "The Killifish of San Ignacio and the Stickleback of San Ramon, Lower California"; July 1930
  13. "Ptychidio jordani, and Unusual New Cyprinoid Fish from Formosa"; Dec. 1930
  14. "A New Gonostomatid Fish, Neophos nexilis, from the Philippines"; July 1932
  15. "A New Whitefish, Prosopium snyderi, from Crescent Lake, Washington"; July 1932
  16. "Possible Method of Evolution of Oral Brooding Habits in Cichlid Fishes"; 1937
  17. "The Neotropical Anchovies of the Genus Amplova" [drafts and published versions]; 1940
  18. "On Two Extraordinary New Blind Catfishes from the Rio Negro Brazil, Representing a New Subfamily, with a Rearrangement of the Genera of Pygidiidae" [draft]; Feb. 1944
  19. "Rhinobrycon Negrensis, a New Genus and Species of Characid Fishes from the Rio Negro, Brazil" [drafts and published versions]; June 1944
  20. "Lista Provisória Dos Anfíbios Do Distrito Federal, Brasil"; 1946
  21. How to Become an Ichthyologist; 1970