Catalogue of the Type-specimens of Mammals in the United States National Museum: Including the Biological Survey Collection
This catalogue includes all type-specimens of mammals known to be in the U.S. National Museum on July 1, 1908, embracing a general collection in the Division of Mammals and a large collection of American mammals made by the Bureau of Biological Survey of the U.S. Department of Agriculture, which is kept in a special hall of the Museum.
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absence of last Acad alcohol skull removed Allen Arvicola Bailey Baird Biol Biological Survey coll Biological Survey collection broken Bull C. P. Streator California Catalogued April Catalogued August Catalogued December Catalogued January Catalogued July Catalogued March Catalogued November coast of Sumatra Collected by Dr Collected by E. W. Cotypes County December 28 designated by number E. A. Gold E. A. Goldman E. A. Mearns E. W. Nelson Fauna Genus half of mandible Hist incisors Island June left upper Lepus Mammals of North mandible Mearns Mexico Microtus Miller Nelson and E. A. Neotoma North Amer original description Original number Osgood Perognathus Peromyscus Phila premolar pterygoids Pulo Sciurus September Skin and skull Skin catalogued skull perfect Smithsonian Miscell Sorex specimen Streator Sumatra Type not designated U. S. A. Original number U. S. Nat upper molar W. L. Abbott Wash Well-made skin west coast Young adult male zygoma