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Academy of Natural Sciences
Study of Fossil Vertebrate Types in The Academy of Natural Sciences of Phila.: Taxonomic, Systematic, and Historical Perspectives: Special Publications of The Acad. of Natural Sciences of Phila., No. 16
Earle E. Spamer (au); Edward Daeschler (au); L. Gay Vostreys-Shapiro (au)
This pub. encompasses taxonomic nomenclature, systematics, bibliography, history, and curation. It is written for the established researcher, student, museum curator and collection manager, historian, and librarian. The first section provides a historical overview of the contents and the history of work in the Vertebrate Paleontology collection of the Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia. The second section is a comprehensive study of the Academy’s fossil vertebrate types, comprising 440 valid species-group taxa named between 1822 and 1994 by 50 authors or combinations of authors. The third section is used as a case study of the methods of interpreting data associated with the name-bearing specimens of species.
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