In older literature plates (illustrations) may occur at theendof a paper (or the end of the volume) after the regular pagination. Need a way to store information about plate.
Description of a New Genus and Species, Acoridon manningi (Stomatopoda: Coronididae), from the Gulf of Mexico
Journal of Crustacean Biology 3: 454 (1983)
If you tell me the links to the articles I'll take a look at them and see if I can fix them.
Ralph Willoughby commented
C. A. White, 1881, v. 3, p.157-162 & 1882, v, 4, p. 136-139, 1 plate, are missing but the adjacent articles are included. Please add or restore. I need this for a taxonomic paper. Thanks.
BioStor only has articles whose pages have been scanned by BHL. The article you are after has not been scanned by BHL, but you can get a copy here: http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/00222933008673104
Gabriel Villegas commented
Hi, I looking for the next paper: Chamberlin,J. C. 1930. A synoptic classification of the flase scorpionsnor chela-spinners with a report on a cosmopolitan collection of the sme part II the Diplosphyronida (Arachnida Chelonetida). Ann. Mag. Nat. Hist., 10(5): 1-48
I'm working on a graphical tool to easily add missing pages. Meantime, I need to add them manually. BioStor works by finding page ranges that match bibliographic citations, and these typically do not include the plates.
Yes, i have same problem with this Chamberlin (1916) http://biostor.org/reference/574, i can't see how to integrate the plates into the pdf. And they directly follow the article [in others theyre at the back of the issue seperate]
Very good reference