Jouy, Mammals, Japan, 1882 - 1882

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The field book documents Pierre Louis Jouy's field work in Japan, September 27, 1882 - February 11, 1883. Information listed includes type (scientific or common name), date, sex, age, and sometimes measurements, preparation, and specimen description. There are extended notes describing a variety of types of information including vegetation (trees), wildlife (fish, mammals), abundance, appearance and characteristics of specimens. Locations include Omachi neighborhood in Tateyama, and Tokio (Tokyo). In the back are notes possibly in Japanese.

Date Range


Start Date

Sep 27, 1882

End Date

Feb 11, 1883

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.




  • Tokyo
  • Japan


  • Fieldbook record
  • Field notes

Accession #

SIA Acc. 12-252

Collection name

Division of Mammals collection, Pierre Louis Jouy Field Book, 1882 - 1883

Physical Description

1 field book

Physical Location

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