The first quarter of 2017 saw 39 in-copyright titles added to BHL, setting the pace for another record-breaking year. New international BHL Members and Affiliates, as well as grant projects like Expanding Access to Biodiversity Literature, have contributed to the growing number of recent titles in the collection, as member libraries continue to chip away at digitizing the legacy literature.
Below is the list of titles for which BHL received permission in January, February, and March of 2017. While most of these titles have not yet been digitized, be sure to check the recent additions page, which is updated regularly. Links will also be provided on BHL’s Permissions page once they’re available.
1. Australian Garden History Society
2. Carol D. Allen
- North American native terrestrial orchids: propagation and production: conference proceedings, March 16 & 17
- Dr. Schlecter’s HoyasHoya Basics: A Beginner’s Guide to Growing and Caring for HoyasHoya NewHoya pollinaria: A Photographic StudyHoya section sperlingii (vahl) miquelHoya Sections: A Complete Study with Modifications and AdditionsHoyas of N.E. New GuineaMalaysian Hoya SpeciesPhilippine Hoya SpeciesSamoan Hoya SpeciesThe Ganges HoyasThe Hoya Handbook
- Smithsonian Libraries Translation Series
- Bulletins of the Zoological Society of San Diego
- The Journal of Research on the Lepidoptera
- Field Notebooks: Beecher, Charles Emerson
- Field Notebooks: Schuchert, Charles
- Bulletin of Commission for study of the Quaternary
- Transactions of the Geological Institute of the Academy of Sciences of the USSR (1956-1991)
- Transactions of the Geological Institute of the Russian Academy of Sciences (1992-present)
- Transactions of the Institute of Geological Sciences (1938-1956)
- Travaux de l’Institut geologique de l’Academie des Sciences de l’URSS
- Proceedings of the Royal Society of Victoria
- Monograph Series
- Nuytsia: Western Australia’s Journal of Systematic Botany
- Western Australian Herbarium Research Notes
- Journal of the Society for British Entomology
- Transactions of the Society for British Entomology
- Hawaiian biogeography: evolution on a hot spot archipelago
BHL wishes to thank the many individuals and organizations who have so generously allowed their publications to be digitized and made available to the world. If there’s a book or journal you would like to see in BHL, please let us know!
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