Stejneger, Thora, Norway, 1898 (2 volumes)

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The 2 notebooks document Thora Stejneger's collecting efforts in Norway, 1898. The small notebook is headed with "Bergen", and entries are headed with specimen number (14-53). They list date, sex, and measurements. Sometimes includes elevations and additional remarks. The second notebook is a list of specimens collected May 25, 1998 - November 5, 1900. Some include two sets of specimen numbers (105108-105113). Entries vary greatly. They include location, date, type, measurements and remarks. Locations include Granvin, Hardanger, and Bergen.

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  • Norway
  • Bergen
  • Hardanger
  • Granvin


  • Fieldbook record
  • Field notes

Accession #

SIA Acc. 12-166

Collection name

Division of Mammals Collection, Thora Stejneger, Norway, 1898 (2 volumes)

Physical Description

2 field books

Physical Location

National Museum of Natural History (U.S.). Division of Mammals