Keppel Harcourt Barnard

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Keppel Harcourt Barnard (1887–1964), South African zoologist.

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Publications[edit]

1914[edit]

  • Barnard K.H., 1914. Isopoda and Amphipoda collected by the Gough Island scientific survey. Annals of the South African Museum.
  • Barnard K.H., 1914. Contribution to the crustacean fauna of South Africa. A new species of Nebalia. Annals of the South African Museum.
  • Barnard K.H., 1914. Contributions to the crustacean fauna of South Africa. 2. Description of a new species of Phreatoicus (Isopoda) from South Africa. Annals of the South African Museum.
  • Barnard K.H., 1914. Contributions to the crustacean fauna of South Africa. 3. Additions to the marine Isopoda, with notes on some previously incompletely known species. Annals of the South African Museum 10: 325a-358a, 359-440.

1923[edit]

  • Barnard, K.H. 1923. Diagnoses of new species of marine fishes from South African waters. Annals of the South African Museum, 13(8, 14): 439–445.BHL Reference page

1924[edit]

1925[edit]

1926[edit]

1927[edit]

  • Barnard, K. H., 1927: Diagnoses of new genera and species of South African marine fishes. Annals and Magazine of Natural History, (Series 9) 20 (115) (art. 8): 66–79.

1930[edit]

  • Barnard, K.H. 1930. Crustacea. Part XI. - Amphipoda. Natural History Reports / British Antarctic ("Terra Nova") Expedition, 1910-13. Zoology. 8(4): 307-454. BHL Reference page

1932[edit]

  • Barnard K.H., 1932. South African may-flies (Ephemeroptera). Transactions of the Royal Society of South Africa.
  • Barnard K.H., 1932 : Amphipoda. University Press.

1936[edit]

  • Barnard K.H., 1936. Isopods collected by the RIMS “Investigator”. Records of the Indian Museum.

1946[edit]

1957[edit]

  • Barnard K.H., 1957. Additions to the fauna-list of South African Crustacea. Annals and Magazine of Natural History, Taylor & Francis.

1962[edit]

  • Barnard K.H., 1962. New records of marine Crustacea from the East African region. Crustaceana.
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