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Descriptive Entry This accession consists of correspondence and project files of Brian Frederick Kensley, Research Zoologist in the Department of Invertebrate Zoology from 1978-2004. Kensley specialized in the systematics of decapod and isopod crustaceans, and was chairman of the Department from 1991-1995. A significant portion of these records document Kensley's work in the Seychelles and Aldabra.
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Descriptive Entry This accession consists of field notes of Anja Schulze during her time as a postdoctoral fellow with the National Museum of Natural History, Department of Invertebrate Zoology. These notes focus on marine invertebrates, specifically worms, near islands off of Belize and Panama as well as Guam and other area islands. Materials include field data sheets.
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Descriptive Entry This accession consists of the website of the Department of Invertebrate Zoology, crawled in two parts on February 9 and 10, 2012. The website includes information about the department's staff, collections, research, and procedures. It also includes online versions of the newsletter, No Bones. Materials are in electronic format.
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Descriptive Entry This accession consists of field notes of Brian Frederick Kensley (1944-2004), a zoologist in the National Museum of Natural History, Department of Invertebrate Zoology. Kensley specialized in the systematics of decapod and isopod crustaceans. Materials include field data sheets, notes, and maps.
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Descriptive Entry This accession consists of field notes of Horton H. Hobbs (1914-1994), an invertebrate zoologist in the National Museum of Natural History, Department of Invertebrate Zoology. These field notes primarily document his research on crayfish and ostracoda. Materials also include data sheets, catalogs, maps, scientific illustrations, and slides.
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Descriptive Entry These papers document the research career and professional affairs of Robert P. Higgins. They include correspondence between Higgins and professional colleagues documenting his research on crustacea; correspondence relating to his professional activities at the Smithsonian, 1969-1977; and correspondence documenting his service as Associate Editor of "Transactions of the American Microscopical Society," 1975-1979.
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Descriptive Entry This accession consists of a catalog of crustacea collected during the United States Exploring Expedition, 1838-1842. This catalog was compiled by James Dwight Dana (1813-1895), a geologist and zoologist on this expedition. These specimens are housed at the National Museum of Natural History, Department of Invertebrate Zoology, and this catalog was maintained by the department.
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Descriptive Entry This collection consists of records created and maintained by Marian H. Pettibone, a curator and curator emeritus in the Division of Worms and the Department of Invertebrate Zoology until 1998. Her specialty was polychaetes. Materials include correspondence, manuscripts, reviews, photographs, and transaction files concerning specimen identifications and loans. Some materials are in electronic format.
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Descriptive Entry This accession consists of correspondence created and maintained by Clyde F. E. Roper, Curator and Research Zoologist Emeritus in the Department of Invertebrate Zoology. Most correspondence pertains to the Giant Squid/Deep Sea Expedition, 1999. Other correspondence refers to departmental matters, research, exhibitions, and collections. Materials also include notes, photographs, clippings, and drawings.
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Descriptive Entry This accession consists of records maintained by Kristian Fauchald while he was a Divisional Program Officer for the Division of Invertebrate Zoology of the American Society of Zoologists. The records include division directories, various division newsletters, presenter transmittal forms (which include abstracts), handbooks for officers, applications for symposia at annual meetings, correspondence, and administrative records.