Goodyear, James J., Ethiopia, 1971 - 1974

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Creator

Goodyear, James

Abstract

The 2 field books document James J. Goodyear's collecting in Ethiopia, 1971 - 1974. The first field book covers November 7, 1971 - May 14, 1972. It details field numbers, USNM catalog numbers (576323 - 576584), sex, measurements, locality, habitat, and notes on testes. Locations include Heletta, Bako ag st, Holetta. The second includes a series of tables on rodents collected in Ethiopia. There is a note of clarification written by Helen Kafka, May 9, 1996. The binder includes preprinted sheets for specimen information (measurements, weight, sex, type, altitude, date collected) and tables of data.

Date Range

1971 -1974

Start Date

1971

End Date

1974

Access Information

At least 24 hours advance notice is recommended to consult this collection. Contact the Division of Mammals at 202-633-1253 to make an appointment.

Topic

Mammalogy

Place

Ethiopia

Form/Genre

  • Fieldbook record
  • Field notes

Accession #

SIA Acc. 12-116

Collection name

Division of Mammals collection, James J. Goodyear field books, 1971 - 1974

Physical Description

2 field books

Physical Location

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