References by Scudder, S. H.
Scudder, S. H. 1877a. Appendix to Mr. George M. Dawson's report. The insects of the Tertiary beds at Quesnel. Report on Progress. Geological Survey of Canada 1875-1876:266-280.
Scudder, S. H. 1877b. The first discovered traces of fossil insects in the American Tertiaries. Bulletin of the United States Geological and Geographical Survey of the Territories 3:741-762. PDF
Scudder, S. H. 1878. The fossil insects of the Green River shales. Bulletin of the United States Geological and Geographical Survey of the Territories 4:747-776. PDF

Notes: Date of publication from Evenhuis (1994b).

Scudder, S. H. 1891. Index to the known fossil insects of the world, including myriapods and arachnids. Bulletin of the United States Geological Survey 71:1-744. PDF

Notes: Hymenoptera pp. 682-734.

Scudder, S. H. 1899. An unknown tract on American insects by Thomas Say. Psyche (Cambridge) 8:306-308. PDF

Notes: See Say (1831).

Protonyms originally described by author
Protonym Taxon Authorship Rank Status
Calyptites Calyptites Scudder, 1877a Genus Valid
Aphaenogaster longaeva Aphaenogaster longaeva Scudder, 1877a Species Valid Original combination
Calyptites antediluvianum Calyptites antediluvianum Scudder, 1877a Species Valid Original combination
Hypoclinea obliterata Dolichoderus obliteratus Scudder, 1877a Species Valid
Formica arcana Formica arcana Scudder, 1877a Species Unidentifiable Original combination
Camponotus vetus Camponotus vetus Scudder, 1877b Species Valid Original combination
Liometopum pingue Eoformica pinguis Scudder, 1877b Species Valid
Lasius terreus Eoformica terreus Scudder, 1878 Species Synonym
Formica cephalica Formica cephalica Scudder, 1891 Species Unavailable Original combination
Statistics
Published between 1877–1899
Taxon descriptions between 1877–1891
No. of references 5
No. of described taxa (including combinations) 12
No. of described taxa (valid, including combinations) 6
No. of described taxa (protonyms only) 9
Names belonging to author
Author name No. of references
Scudder, S. H. 5