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Contributions to the natural history of the Hawaiian and Fanning Islands and Lower California : made in connection with the United States North Pacific surveying expedition, 1873-75 / by Thos. H. Streets.

Streets, Thomas Hale, 1847-1925 author. (Author). Smithsonian Institution, issuing body. (Added Author). United States National Museum, issuing body. (Added Author).
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Indiana State Library - Indianapolis ISLM p.d. 506 Unm58 v. 13, art. 7 (Text) 1720394-2016 General Federal documents Available -

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  • Physical Description: 172 pages ; 25 cm.
  • Publisher: Washington : Government Printing Office, 1877.

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General Note: Originally published in 1877 as Bulletin 7 of the United States National Museum (simultaneously Smithsonian Institution publication 303); later reprinted in 1878 as article 7 of volume 13 of the Smithsonian miscellaneous collections (simultaneously Smithsonian Institution publication 312).
"Published under the direction of the Smithsonian Institution."
Bibliography, etc. Note: Includes bibliographical references and index.
Formatted Contents Note: Ornithology -- Herpetology -- Ichthyology. Fishes of Upper and Lower California ; Fishes of the Hawaiian Islands ; Fishes of the Fanning Islands ; Fishes of the Samoan Islands -- Crustacea -- Botany.
Summary, etc.: The collections that furnished material for this bulletin were made in 1873-74 and 1874-75. The first collection well represents the fish-fauna of the harbor of Honlulu and the avi-fauna of the Fauna group. While among the latter islands, the means for preservation of specimens were too limited to permit of a very extensive collection of fish. A complete botanical collection was made at Palmyra and Christmas Islands.
In regard to the Lower Californian collection, it by no means represents either the fauna or flora of any place or section. The specimens were collected all along the coasts, with each collecting stay being to short to allow much more than a cursory examination.
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Subject: Zoology > Hawaii.
Zoology > Line Islands.
Zoology > Mexico > Baja California (Peninsula)
Fishes > Samoan Islands.

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