Professor Paleontology, U Chicago.
Professor Paleontology, U Chicago. Described Graptemys oculifera, kohnii, pulchra and Pseudemys concinna texana. Baxter who discovered the relict population. Beck, Rollo Howard Sceloporus occidentalis becki Van Denburgh, "I take pleasure in naming this island form in honor of Mr. Beck who collected the specimens.
Head of the Whitney South Sea Expedition. Belding, whose extensive and excellent herpetological contribution in Lower California as well as in Upper California has never been adequately recognized. Collected new birds and studied avifauna of the region.
Selected by the Committee on Bird Migration to take charge of the migration work in the Pacific District. Neil - Pseudobranchus axanthus belli Schwartz, " BS in Entomology and PhD graduate student for three years.
Published several small papers on acquatic beetles Dytiscidae and Helmidae Data processing director for Kaiser Hospitals, Oakland, California. Royal College of Surgeons, described as a "dental surgeon and naturalist. Berlandier, a zealous French naturalist, to whom we are indebted for much of what we know of the natural history of northern Mexico.
Studied with DeCandolle, author of "Prodomus," a world botany book. It was a very difficult trip and many specimens were lost and destroyed.
His work with the Boundary Commission was the first extensive collecting in Texas. Primarily interested in botany, also collected fauna. Contracted malaria which made collecting for his patrons impossible.
DeCandolle was not pleased with the condition and quantity of botanical materials. Berlandier stayed in Mexico, settled in Matamoros and married a local woman. Engaged in a pharmaceutical business and made frequent botanical exploration in various parts of Mexico.
Couch reported that Berlandier was well respected in Matamoros and had served as an interpreter to General Arista during the Mexican War. He was in charge of the hospitals at Matamoros during the war. Collected the type specimen of Gopherus berlandieri.
Viosca also worked there. Bishop, Sherman Chauncey Cryptobranchus alleganiensis bishopi Grobman, "It is fitting to associate with this hitherto unrecognized salamander the name of Sherman C. Bishop, of the University of Rochester, who has contributed largely to our understanding of the salamanders of the United States.
Left high school without graduating after disagreements with local school authorities. Entered Cornell University as a special student in entomology.
Charter member of the American Society of Ichthyologists and Herpetologists. Blainville, Henri Marie Ducrotay de Phrynosoma coronatum blainvillii Gray, Studied medicine and comparative anatomy under Cuvier.
Mammal Division, U MI.Essay about Wabash Watershed Wabash Watershed () Introduction Global warming is a resultant of Heat-trapping gases in the atmosphere.
The release of these gases has increased in the last years since the industrial revolution. Inflow Versus Outflow of the Tobacco River Watershed . Bailey, Vernon Orlando () Crotaphytus collaris baileyi Stejneger, Born in Manchester, MI, June Began collecting for the US Department of Agriculture and continued the work until his retirement as Chief Field Naturalist of the US Biological Survey.
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Jul 22, · Wabash Watershed () Wabash Watershed () Introduction Global warming is a resultant of Heat-trapping gases in the atmosphere. The release of these gases has increased in the last years since the industrial revolution.