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Title: Correspondence, January 22, 1936: Bass fellows and visiting scientists
Keywords: fellowships
red groupers (Epinephelus morio)
queen triggerfishes (Balistes vetula)
squirrelfishes (Holocentridae)
king mackerels (Scomberomorus cavalla)
trouts
gobies (Gobiidae)
sculpin
black groupers (Mycteroperca bonaci)
Noland, Lowell E.
Pearse, Arthur Sperry
Zoological Research Supply Company
Springer, Stewart
Hubbs, Carl Leavitt
Hanström, Bertil
Issue Date: 22-Jan-1936
Series/Report no.: BBL Papers
1A.2a
Abstract: This item is part of a series of letters, telegrams, and notes relating to people who came to do research at the Bass lab. This letter, presumably written by John F. Bass Jr., is addressed to Dr. Ruby Bere, who had previously been employed by the lab. Some of Bere's work involved parasitic copepods. The letter contains fish identifications and general news.
Description: 2 p., 8.5 x 11 in.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2075/961
Appears in Collections:Bass Biological Laboratory Papers

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