Hobbs, field notes, Georgia, May 1941

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The field notes document Horton Hobbs' work on crayfish in the vicinity of Waynesboro, Georgia, during May 1941. Work may have been completed with his wife, Georgia Hobbs. The volume contains a list of location descriptions. They contain a location/station identifier (5-1841-1, 5-2541-1, and 5-2541-2), location information, followed by a narrative describing vegetation present, water, type and abundance of fauna present, and method of collecting. Also contains information about expenses.

Date Range


Start Date

May 01, 1941

End Date

May 31, 1941

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  • Limnology
  • Crayfish
  • Invertebrates


  • United States
  • Georgia
  • Waynesboro


  • Fieldbook record
  • Field notes

Accession #

SIA Acc. 16-212

Collection name

Horton H. Hobbs, Jr. Papers, 1931-1985

Physical Description

1 notebook

Physical Location

Smithsonian Institution Archives