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Expeditions, Ichthyology at the Smithsonian, 1850-1900
The report on fishes, Ichthyology of the Boundary (1859), was written by ... through the Smithsonian, with equipment and instructions for collecting. ...
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David Starr Jordan, Ichthyology at the Smithsonian, 1850-1900
It has been said that all ichthyologists today can trace their professional ancestry back to Jordan. Most of Jordan's scientific career was spent at Indiana ...
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Gary R. Graves, Curator, Division of Birds, Department of ...
bar Image of Gary Graves, Curator. Gary R. Graves Curator; Phone:(202) 633-0790; Fax: (202) 633-8084; E-mail:gravesg[at]si.edu; Mailing Address: Smithsonian ...
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Sandra Raredon, Division of Fishes, Department of Vertebrate ...
Sandra Raredon Museum Specialist; Phone: (301)238-1740; Fax: (301)238-1834; E-mail: raredons[at]si.edu; Mailing and Shipping Address: Museum Support Center ...
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Government Expeditions in the 1850s
A scene from Whipple's Explorations, Pacific Railroad Survey ... Reports on fishes collected during the Pacific Railroad Surveys, written mainly by Charles ...
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MSC Map from Downtown DC: Division of Mammals: Department of ...
MSC Map from Downtown DC. Map to MSC from Downtown DC. [ TOP ]. © Copyright 2008 Smithsonian Institution · Privacy · Home · Contact · Press · Site Map ...
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Visitor Information, Department of Vertebrate Zoology, NMNH
Visitor Information. The Department of Vertebrate Zoology welcomes researchers from around the world. Each division within the department has specific ...
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AMPHIBIA: ANURA: LEPTODACTYLIDAE L Leptodactylus silvanimbus
File Format: PDF/Adobe Acrobat - View as HTML for Leptodactylus). The male vocal sac is single and internal. ... Oral disk of Leptodactylus silvanimbus (after McCranie et al. 1986). Bar = 1 mm. ...
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Marine Mammal Program: Division of Mammals: Department of ...
The Commission has always had an interest in marine mammals fostered by the interests of its first director. The current Marine Mammal Program of the ...
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Smithsonian Hepetological Information Service, Division of ...
SMITHSONIAN HERPETOLOGICAL INFORMATION SERVICE. (No. 1 - )(1965 - Present). The SHIS series began in 1965 as a "publication" to increase the distribution of ...
 
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