Field notes, October 12 -16, 1962

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The dictabelt is a recording of Helmut Buechner's field notes for work completed at TG #13, #3, #7 with John A. Locke, and Walter Leuthold, October 12 - 16, 1962. Entries include date and describe observations during study of immobilization with succinylcholine chloride followed by the use of serynal as a tranquilizer. These describe amount used as well as physical reaction. Additional information includes territory number, behaviors, and sex of individual kob. Also includes observations of kob behaviors and interactions for October 16, with identifying number, sex, territory number, approximate age, and physical characteristics.

Date Range


Start Date

Oct 12, 1962

End Date

Oct 16, 1962

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  • Fieldbook record
  • Field notes
  • Sound recording-nonmusical

Accession #

SIA RU007279

Collection name

Helmut Karl Buechner Papers, 1939-1975

Physical Description

1 sound recording

Physical Location

Smithsonian Institution Archives


Box 27