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Identifier: PSC 382
Abstract Photographs include close up images of lightening bugs, American toad, ringneck snake, eastern painted turtle, and a black racer emerging from an egg.
Identifier: Mss .C667
Scope and Contents Correspondence, monographs, maps, articles, personal papers and oil paintings.Roger Conant (1909-2003) was a herpetologist whose specimen collection resides in the herpetology department of this museum. The author of the “Field Guide to Reptiles and Amphibians: Eastern and Central North America,” he served as the director of two Zoos, in Toledo and Philadelphia, and for many years was on the faculty of the University of New Mexico as an adjunct professor.Conant was a...
Identifier: PSC 182
Abstract Photographs of snakes, lizards, birds, insects and other animals and plant life. Taken in various parts of the United States divided as New York, New England, Western United States and Eastern United. Also includes Nova Scotia and Canada.
Note sur les curados de culebras recueillies à Tuxpan (golfe du Mexique) : : holograph manuscript[between 1867 and 1870] / / par le Dr. Jacolot.
Identifier: Mss .J33
Identifier: PSC 557
Scope and Contents Close up photographs mostly of reptiles, including snakes, frogs, and lizards. Also includes images of insects and birds.
Identifier: Film Collection no. 38
Scope and Contents SEGMENT 1: The Chavantes of Mato Grosso. Edward Moffat Weyer, editor of Natural History magazine and the first non-Indian to visit the Chavante (i.e. Shavante) Indians, presents rare photographic images and observations of the Chavantes who live in the Xingu River region of Brazil. Weyer also discusses his visit to the Kamaiura Indians of Mato Grosso. SEGMENT 2: Field Work: Snakes. Robert Northshield, host, observes Charles M. Bogert, chairman of the Department of Amphibians and Reptiles at the...
Identifier: PSC 508
Abstract Photographs of snakes and frogs, some taken in nature. Includes one image of a blue anemone in woodland setting.
- Subject: Snakes X