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C.O. Schulte Combined Notes 1934

Field notesNatural History Museum of Utah

This expedition features the field and catalog notes from University of Utah Student C.O. Schulte from 1934. The catalog represents the specimens collected in the field and records specific information on each specimen including its measurements, reproductive information and where/when it was collected. This transcription information will be linked to the actual specimens themselves in our Vertebrate Zoology Collections at the Natural History Museum of Utah as well as made available online for researchers all over the world to access!

 

 

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