John S. Newberry

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John Strong Newberry (1822–1892), U.S. paleobotanist.

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  • Newberry, J. S., 1856: Description of several new genera and species of fossil fishes, from the Carboniferous strata of Ohio. Proceedings of the Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia 8: 96–100.
  • Newberry, J. S. & Worthen, A. H., 1866: Descriptions of new species of vertebrates, mainly from the Sub-Carboniferous Limestome and Coal Measures of Illinois. Geological Survey of Illinois 2: 9–134.
  • Newberry, J. S. & Worthen, A. H., 1870: Geology and Palaeontology. Descriptions of fossil vertebrates. Geological Survey of Illinois 4: 343–374. Reference page
  • Newberry, J. S., 1873: The classification and geological distribution of our fossil fishes. Report of the Geological Survey of Ohio. Palaeontology: 1 (2): 245–355.
  • Newberry, J. S., 1875: Description of fossil fishes. Report of the Geological Survey of Ohio 2 (2): 1–64.
  • Newberry, J. S., 1879: Letter to Prof. John Collett, describing a collection of remains of fossil fishes collected in Indiana. Rep. State Geol. Indiana, for years 1876, 1877, 1878, 1879, p. 341-349.
  • Newberry, J. S., 1884: Ctenacanthus wrighti n. sp. Annual Report of the New York State Museum of Natural History 35: 206.
  • Newberry, J. S., 1885: Description of some peculiar screw-like Fossils from the Chemung Rocks. Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences 3 (7): 217–220, Pl. XVIII
  • Newberry, J. S., 1897: New species and a new genus of American Palaeozoic fishes, together with notes on the genera Oracanthus, Dactylodus, Polyrhizodus, Sandalodus, Deltodus. Transactions of the New York Academy of Science 16: 282–304.