2 edition of Birds from Clipperton Island collected on the Presidential cruise of 1938 found in the catalog.
Birds from Clipperton Island collected on the Presidential cruise of 1938
|Statement||by Alexander Wetmore.|
|Series||Smithsonian miscellaneous collections -- v. 98, no. 22, Publication -- 3548, Publication (Smithsonian Institution) -- 3548.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||6 p. ;|
Author of Contributions to the biology of the Philippine Archipelago and adjacent regions, Experiments in the breeding of cerions, The Philippine land shells of the genus Amphidromus, The west American mollusks of the families Rissoellidae and Synceratidae, and the rissoid genus Barleeia, The operculate land mollusks of the family Annulariidae of the island of Hispaniola and the Bahama. Present Franklin D. Roosevelt, on a 12, mile voyage from the Caribbean to Portland, Oregon, arrives at Clipperton Island. Four years later, in the summer of , the President is organising a return to the island as part of a 6,mile cruise examining various islands known for .
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Birds from Clipperton Island collected on the Presidential cruise of Washington: Smithsonian Institution, (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, National government publication, Internet resource: Document Type: Book, Internet Resource: All Authors / Contributors: Alexander Wetmore; Smithsonian Institution.
Additional Physical Format: Online version: Hyman, Libbie Henrietta, Polyclad worms collected on the Presidential cruise of City of Washington, Smithsonian Institution, The diary, made up of loose pages and a bound volume with news clippings, documents Waldo Schmitt's work during the Presidential Cruise of The dates cover July 14 - Aug Entries are dated and journal style.
Sometimes location is listed at the top of the entry. Title. Presidential Cruise of diary, July 14 - Augalso includes newspaper clippings. Related Titles. Contained In: Waldo L. Schmitt Papers, Series: SIA RU Series: Smithsonian Field Book Project: an initiative to improve access to field book.
Additional Physical Format: Online version: Taylor, William Randolph, Algae collected on the Presidential cruise of (with two plates).
City of Washington, Smithsonian Institution, Additional Physical Format: Online version: Hartman, Olga, Polychaetous annelids collected on the Presidential cruise of City of Washington, The Smithsonian Institution, ia, ib, ) from the Galapagos, was found at Socorro Island.
Bracliycarpus biunguiculatus, another West Indian species, originally described from Bermuda and well known in the Mediterranean, with also a single record from the Red Sea, rather surprisingly turned up in the Clipperton Island material, a first truly Pacific record, for this species.
Book Material. Published material. Publication info. Notes: Station data documents locations and activities of the Presidential Cruise of The list has station numbers, date visited, location, collecting activities, and types of specimens collected.
Includes a handwritten and typed copy. KW - Clipperton Island KW - Colon, Archipielago de KW - Correspondence KW - Ecuador KW - Field notes KW - Ichthyology KW - Magdalena, Bahía KW - Mexico KW - Panama KW - Presidential Cruise of KW - Providencia, Isla de KW - Socorro, Isla KW - Zoology ER.
Birds from Clipperton Island collected on the presidential cruise ofby Alexander Wetmore, () A Miocene booby and other records from the Calvert formation of Maryland, by Alexander Wetmore (). Get this from a library.
Echinoderms (other than holothurians) collected on the Presidential cruise of (with five plates). [Austin Hobart Clark; Smithsonian Institution.].
Station data documents locations and activities of the Presidential Cruise of The list has station numbers, date visited, location, collecting activities, and types of specimens collected.
Includes a handwritten and typed copy. This unique bird watching experience offers the chance to see all the birds you will wish to see on Santiago Island, Cape Verde Island, and perhaps a few more besides, as the guides know places where rare vagrants may show up.
Of course the endemics are the highlights: Cape Verde Buzzard (Buteso bannermanni), Cape Verde Warbler (Acrocephalos. Mollusks from Clipperton Island (eastern Pacific) with the description of a new species of gastropod. Ti-ansactions of the San Diego Society of Ratui'al History, JOIIXSTOX.
1\I. The botany of Island (Gulf of Panama). Sargentia, KlLElP, E. Flowering plants collected on the presidential cruise of in the yearthe island received no further ornithological attention for a period of 33 years.
During the Presidential Cruise ofa shore party from the “U.S.S. Houston” landed on Clipperton for one day’s collecting on J A collection. collected, but no additional species were recorded for the island. Following Beck's visit in the yearthe island received no further ornithological attention for a period of 33 years.
During the Presidential Cruise ofa shore party from the "U.S.S. Houston" landed on Clipperton for one day's collecting on J A collection. - Explore Nautilus Liveaboards's board "Clipperton Island" on Pinterest.
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Isopod crustaceans (except Anthuridae) collected on the Presidential Cruise of Proc. Biol. Soc. Washington [ Links ] Bradbury, M.G. A revision of the fish genus Ogcocephalus with descriptions of new species from the western Atlantic Ocean (Ogcocephalidae: Lophiformes).
Proc. collected inand a specimen was collected inbut there are no recent conﬁrmed records of this species breeding on the islands (Howell and EngelHowell et al.
). No further reports on the island’s breeding birds exist. We visited the islands on 23 May and 13–14 May Restricted by time and landing.T•sT, L.A. The Amos W. Butler Collection of birds. Year Book Indiana Audubon Soc.,This collection of some skins is now the property of Purdue University.
T•C•URST, CudwoE B. On the food and feeding-habits of the Long-eared Owl (Asio olus otus). Ibis, (14) 3:July President Roosevelt returned to Houston to review the fleet on 14 Julycoming on board at Oakland, Calif.; Adm.
Claude C. Bloch, CinCUS, broke his flag on board the same day, the ship getting underway that afternoon for San Francisco Bay. The President and his party left the ship later that same day following the review, but returned on.