Bulletin of the Florida State Museum
The Bulletin of the Florida Museum of Natural History began in 1956 as the Bulletin of the Florida State Museum, Biological Sciences Series. In 1990, Volume 35, the title was changed to Bulletin of the Florida Museum of Natural History, Biological Sciences Series. Then, with Volume 37 in 1995, it became the Bulletin of the Florida Museum of Natural History. See the Florida Museum of Natural History website for a list of all available volumes.
- Volume 1
- Volume 2
- Volume 3 (1958)
- Volume 4
- Volume 5
- Volume 6
- Volume 7
- Volume 8
- Volume 9
- Volume 10
- Volume 11
- Volume 12
- Volume 13
- Volume 14
- Volume 15
- Volume 16
- Volume 17 (1972-1974)
- Volume 18
- Volume 19
- Volume 20
- Volume 21 (1976-77)
- Volume 22 (1977)
- Volume 23 (1978)
- Volume 24 (1979)
- Volume 25 (1980)
- Volume 26 (1980-81)
- Volume 27
- Volume 28
- Volume 29
- Volume 30
- Volume 31
- Volume 32 (1987-1988)
- Volume 33
- Volume 34
- Issue 1: C. Kenneth Dodd, Jr., Kevin M. Enge, and James N. Stuart. Aspects of the Biology of the Flattened Musk Turtle, Sternotherus depressus in Northern Alabama. 1:1-65.
- Issue 2: Sam R. Telford, Jr. A Contribution to the Systematics of the Reptilian Malaria Parasites, Family Plasmodiidae (Apicomplexa: Haemospororina). 2:67-98.
- Issue 3-4: Issue 3 Gustavo A.B. da Fonseca & Maria Cecilia M. Kierulff. Biology and Natural History of Brazilian Atlantic Forest Small Mammals. 3:99-152; and Issue 4: Jody R. Stallings. Small Mammal Inventories in an Eastern Brazilian Park. 4:153-200.
- Issue 5: Walter Auffenberg and Troy Auffenberg. Reproductive Patterns in Sympatric Philippine Skinks (Sauria: Scincidae). 5:201-248.
- Issue 6: Sam R. Telford, Jr.Population Biology of the Multimammate Rat, Praomys (Mastomys) natalensis at Morogoro, Tanzania, 1981-1985. 6:249-288.
- Volume 35
- Volume 36
- Volume 37
- Parts I-II: Paleontology and Geology of the Leisey Shell Pits, Early Pleistocene of Florida
- Gary S. Morgan and Richard C. Hulbert, Jr. 1. Overview of the geology and vertebrate biochronology of the Leisey Shell Pit Local Fauna, Hillsborough County, Florida.
- Douglas S. Jones, Paul A. Mueller, Teresa Acosta, and Robert D. Shuster. 2. Strontium isotope stratigraphy and age estimates for the Leisey Shell Pit faunas, Hillsborough County, Florida.
- Bruce J. MacFadden. 3. Magnetic polarity stratigraphy and correlation of the Leisey Shell Pits, Hillsborough County, Florida.
- Fredrick J. Rich and Lee Ann Newsom. 4. Preliminary palynology and macroplant report for the Leisey Shell Pits, Hillsborough County, Florida.
- Roger W. Portell, Kevin S. Schindler, and David Nicol. 5. Biostratigraphy and paleoecology of the Pleistocene invertebrates from the Leisey Shell Pits, Hillsborough County, Florida.
- Arthur Bogan and Roger W. Portell. 6. Early Pleistocene freshwater bivalves (Mollusca: Unionidae) from the Leisey Shell Pits, Hillsborough County, Florida.
- Ann E. Pratt and Richard C. Hulbert, Jr. 7. Taphonomy of the terrestrial mammals of Leisey Shell Pit 1A, Hillsborough County, Florida.
- Sylvia Scudder, Erika Simons, and Gary S. Morgan. 8. Chondrichthyes and Osteichthyes from the early Pleistocene Leisey Shell Pit local fauna, Hillsborough County, Florida.
- Peter A. Meylan. 9. Pleistocene amphibians and reptiles from the Leisey Shell Pits, Hillsborough County, Florida.
- Steven D. Emslie. 10. An early Irvingtonian avifauna from Leisey Shell Pits, Hillsborough County, Florida.
- H. Gregory McDonald. 11. Gravigrade xenarthrans from the early Pleistocene Leisey Shell Pit 1A, Hillsborough County, Florida.
- Kevin F. Downing and Richard White. 12. The cingulates (Xenarthra) of Leisey Shell Pit 1A (Irvingtonian), Hillsborough County Florida.
- Gary S. Morgan and John A. White. 13. Small mammals (Insectivora, Lagomorpha, and Rodentia) from the early Pleistocene (early Irvingtonian) Leisey Shell Pit Local Fauna, Hillsborough County, Florida.
- Annalisa Berta. 14. Fossil carnivores from the Leisey Shell Pits, Hillsborough County, Florida.
- Steven D. Emslie. 15. The fossil record of Arctodus pristinus (Ursidae: Tremarctinae) in Florida.
- Richard C. Hulbert, Jr. 16. The giant tapir, Tapirus haysii, from Leisy Shell Pit 1A and other Florida Irvingtonian localities.
- Richard C. Hulbert, Jr. 17. Equus from Leisey Shell Pit 1A and other Irvingtonian localities from Florida.
- David B. Wright. 18. Tayassuidae of the Irvingtonian Leisey Shell Pit Local Fauna, Hillsborough County, Florida.
- S. David Webb and Frank G. Stehli. 19. Selenodont artiodactyls (Camelidae and Cervidae) from the Leisey Shell Pits, Hillsborough County, Florida.
- S. David Webb and Joseph P. Dudley. 20. Proboscidea from Leisey Shell Pits, Hillsborough County, Florida.
- Volume 38
- Parts I-II: Natural History of the Katharine Ordwa Preserve-Swisher memorial Sanctuary, Putname County, Florida
- R. Franz. An introduction to the amphibians and reptiles of the Katharine Ordway Preserve-Swisher Memorial Sanctuary, Putnam County, Florida.
- C.K. Dodd, Jr. 1. The ecology of a sandhills population of the eastern narrow-mouthed toad, Gastrophryne carolinensis, during a drought.
- C.K. Dodd, Jr., and R. Franz. 2. Seasonal abundance and habitat use of snakes in xeric and mesic communities of north-central Florida.
- L. LaClaire. 3. Vegetation of selected upland ponds in north and north-central Florida.
- L.L. Smith. 4. Nesting ecology, female home range and activity, and population size-class structure of the gopher tortoise, Gopherus polyphemus, on the Katharine Ordway Preserve, Putnam County, Florida.
- W. W. Timmerman. 5. Home range, habitat use, and behavior of the eastern diamondback rattlesnake (Crotalus adamanteus) on the Ordway Preserve.
- J.F. Eisenberg. An introduction to the mammalian species of Katharine Ordway Preserve-Swisher Memorial Sanctuary.
- J.T. Ryser. 6. Activity, movement, and home range of Virginia opossums (Didelphis virginiana) in Florida.
- C. Jones. 7. Habitat use and home ranges of Podomys floridanus on the Ordway Preserve.
- L. HaySmith. 8. Neotoma floridana floridana: Natural history, ecology, and movements in north-central Florida.
- S. Walker. 9. Habitat use by raccoons (Procyon lotor) in a sandhill/wetland mosaic of north-central Florida.
- Volume 39
- Issue 1: D.J. Forrester, H.W. Kale II, R.D. Price, K.C. Emerson, and G.W. Foster. Chewing lice (Mallophage) from birds in Florida: A listing by host. 1995. 1:1-44.
- Issue 2: Fred G. Thompson. New and little known land snails of the family Spiraxidae from Central America and Mexico (Gastropoda, Pulmonata). 1995. 2:45-85.
- Issue 3: F. Anaya and B.J. MacFadden. Pliocene mammals from Inchasi, Bolivia: The endemic fauna just before the Great American Interchange. 1995. 3:87-140.
- Issue 4: T.R. Smith, C.G. Hunter, J.F. Eisenberg, and M.E. Sunquist. Ecology of white-tailed deer in eastern Everglades National Park--An overview. 1996. 4:141-172.
- Issue 5: G.H. Dalrymple and O.L. Bass, Jr. The diet of the Florida panther in Everglades National Park, Florida. 1996. 5:173-194.
- Issue 6: R. Hoogesteijn and E. Mondolfi. Body and skull measurements in four jaguar populations and observations on their prey base. 1996. 6:195-219.
- Issue 7: F. G. Thompson and S. Upatham. Vertiginid land snails from Thailand (Gastropoda, Pulmonata, Pupilloidea). 1997. 7:221-245.
- Volume 40
- Volume 41
- Volume 42 (1999-2000)
- Volume 43 (2000-2002)
- Issue 1: F.G. Hayes. The Brooksville 2 Local Fauna (Arikareean, latest Oligocene): Hernando County, Florida. 2000.
- Issue 2: Landsnails of the genus Humboldtiana from northern Mexico (Gastropoda, Pulmonata, Helicoidea, Humboldtianidae)
- Issue 3: Three-toed browsing horse Anchitherium clarencei from the Early Miocene (Hemingfordian) Thomas Farm, Florida
- Issue 4: A.W. Kratter, T. Webber, T. Taylor, and D.W. Steadman. New Specimen-based Records of Florida Birds. 2002. 4:111-161.
- Issue 5: B.J. MacFadden and O. Carranza-Casteneda. Cranium of Dinohippus mexicanus (Mammalia: Equidae) from the Early Pliocene (Latest Hemiphillian) of Central Mexico, and the Origin of Equus. 2002. 5:163-185.
- Volume 44 (2003)
- Kitty F. Emery. Enduring Foundations to a Holistic Science: Lessons in Environmental Archaeology from Elizabeth S. Wing. 44:3-10.
- Elizabeth S. Wing. Zooarchaeology at FLMNH in the Context of the Growth and Development of This Discipline. 44:11-16.
- Sylvia Scudder. Deep Sand: Soil and Landscape Relationships at the Blueberry Site (8HG678), Highlands County, Florida. 44:17-26.
- Kathlyn M. Stewart and Rebecca J. Wigen. Screen Size and the Need for Reinterpretation: A Case Study from the Northwest Coast. 44:27-34.
- Arlene Fradkin and H. Sorayya Carr Middle Preclassic Landscapes and Aquatic Resource Use at Cuello, Belize. 44:35-42.
- Arturo Morales-Muniz and Yekaterina Antipina. A Preliminary Survey of the Birds from Velikent (Bronze Age, Daghestan, Russia). 44:43-54.
- Wietske Prummel. Middle Bronze Age and Hellenistic Mollusk Meals from Sourpi Bay (Thessaly, Greece). 44:55-64.
- Elizabeth J. Reitz. Resource Use through Time at Paloma, Peru. 44:65-80.
- Laura Kozuch. Use of Fire in Shell Bead Manufacture at Cahokia. 44:81-90.
- Karen J. Walker. An Illustrated Guide to Trunk Vertebrae of Cottonmouth (Agkistrodon piscivorus) and Diamondback Rattlesnake (Crotalus adamanteus) in Florida. 44:91-100.
- László Bartosiewicz. A Millennium of Migrations: Proto-historic Mobile Pastoralism in Hungary. 44:101-130.
- Irvy R. Quitmyer. Zooarchaeology of Cinnamon Bay, St. John, U.S. Virgin Islands: Pre-Columbian Overexploitation of Animal Resources. 44:131-158.
- Diana C. Crader. Animal Remains from Late Medieval Capabiaccio: A Preliminary Assessment of the Stock Economy. 44:159-170.
- Elizabeth M. Scott. Horticultural Hunters: Seasonally Abundant Animal Resources and Gender Roles in Late Prehistoric Iroquoian Subsistence Strategies. 44:171-182.
- Donna L. Ruhl. Imagining Sixteenth- and Seventeenth-Century Native American and Hispanic Transformations of the Georgia Bight Landscapes. 44:183-198.
- Douglas V. Campana and Pam J. Crabtree. Soldiers' Diet at Valley Forge: An Analysis of the Faunal Remains from the 2000 Excavation Season. 44:199-204.
- Kitty F. Emery. A Bibliography of Literature by Elizabeth S. Wing. 44:205-208.
Zooarchaeology: Papers to Honor Elizabeth S. Wing. F. Wayne King and Charlotte M. Porter, eds. Bulletin of the Florida Museum of Natural History 2003. 44:1-208.
- Volume 45 (2005)
- Volume 46 (2006)
- Volume 47 (2007)
- Issue 1: Hayes, F. G. 2007. Magnetostratigraphy and Paleontology of Wagner Quarry, (Late Oligocene, Early Arikareean) Basal Arikareean Group of the Pine Ridge Region, Dawes County, Nebraska. 1:1-48.
- Issue 2: Ehret, D.J. 2007. Skeletochronology: A Method For Determining The Individual Age and Growth of Modern and Fossil Tortoises (Reptilia: Testudines). 2:49-72.
- Issue 3: Wilkins, L., J. M. Allen, & D. Reed. 2007. Methods of assessing health and diet of Florida panthers (Puma concolor) using museum specimens, parts 1 & 2. 3:73-108.
- Issue 4: Borden, W. C., & M. M. Colburn. 2008. Striated muscles of the black basses (Micropterus, Centrachidae): myological stasis in a generalized group of Percomorph fishes. 4:109-136.
- Volume 48 (2008-2009)
- Issue 1: Steadman, D. W. 2008. Doves (Columbidae) and cuckoos (Cuculidae) from the early Miocene of Florida. 1:1-16.
- Issue 2: Webb, S. D. 2008. Revision of the extinct Pseudoceratinae (Artiodactyla: Ruminantia: Gelocidae). 2:17-58.
- Issue 3: Zaspel, J. M., S. J. Weller, & R. T. Carde. 2008. A review of Virbia (formerly Holomelina) of North America. 3:59-118.
- Issue 4: Snelson, F. F., Jr., T. J. Krabbenhoft, & J. M. Quattro. 2009. Elassoma gilberti, a new species of pygmy sunfish (Elassomatidae) from Florida and Georgia. 4:119-144.
- Volume 49 (2009-2010)