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Published by University of Illinois Press in Urbana .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Reptiles -- Catalogs and collections,
  • Amphibians -- Catalogs and collections,
  • Type specimens (Natural history)

Book details:

Edition Notes

Statement[by] Hobart M. Smith, David A. Langebartel [and] Kenneth L. Williams.
SeriesIllinois biological monographs,, 32
Classifications
LC ClassificationsQL645 .S58
The Physical Object
Pagination80 p.
Number of Pages80
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL5932457M
LC Control Number64063002
OCLC/WorldCa1457815

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Herpetological type-specimens in the University of Illinois Museum of Natural History. Urbana, University of Illinois Press, (DLC) (OCoLC) Material Type: Document, Internet resource: Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File: All Authors / Contributors: Hobart M Smith. herpetological type-specimens in the University of Illinois Museum of Natural History (UIMNH). Since that time forty-three new primary types were added to the collection, most notably those that had been in the private collection of Fred A. Shannon. Genre/Form: Catalogs and collections Museum catalogues: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Smith, Hobart M. (Hobart Muir), Herpetological type-specimens in the University of Illinois Museum of Natural History. herpetological type-specimens in the University of Illinois Museum of Natural History (UIMNH). Since that time forty-two new primary types were added to the collection, most notably those that had been in the private collection of Fred A. by: 1.

Herpetological type-specimens in the University of Illinois Museum of Natural History. By Hobart M. Smith, David A Langebartel and Kenneth L Williams. Abstract. Volume: 32Start Page: 1End Page: 8 Publisher: Urbana,University of Illinois Press, Year: OAI identifier: oai:: part/ Cited by: 4. Hobart Smith began his career at the University in Illinois in At the time Hobart arrived in Illinois, the UI Natural History Collections had already been catalogued by Frank Smith (see History of the University of Illinois Natural History Museum). Those first ledgers show that there were less than specimens of amphibians and reptiles and most of those were mounted for display or were skeletons. Staff: The first person noted as a “Curator of the Museum of Natural History” in lists of University faculty is Frank Smith () (PhB Hillsdale College, ; A.M. Harvard, ). He served as curator from to Illinois Natural History Survey. South Oak Street, MC Champaign, IL [email protected]

Natural History Building Dedicated on Novem , the Natural History Building is one of 5 buildings on the University campus designed by architect Nathan Ricker. Built in the American High Victorian Gothic style, the building represented a welcome deviation from the architectural styles prevalent in the rest of campus. Herpetological type-specimens in the University of Illinois Museum of Natural History. By Hobart M. (Hobart Muir) Smith. Abstract. 3Author: Hobart M. (Hobart Muir) Smith. Herpetological type-specimens in the University of Illinois Museum of Natural History. By Hobart M. (Hobart Muir) : Hobart M. (Hobart Muir) Smith. Herpetological type-specimens in the University of Illinois Museum of Natural History View Metadata By: Smith, Hobart M. (Hobart Muir), - Langebartel, David A - Williams, Kenneth L.