CRCM Vertebrate Collection

Occurrence dataset published by Charles R. Conner Museum

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Summary

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CRCM Vertebrate Collection

Description

The Charles R. Conner Museum (CRCM) houses a vertebrate research collection. The collection includes specimens from around the world, but the geographic emphasis is on the Inland Northwest of the US. The vast majority of the specimens are from Washington, Idaho, and adjacent states. As of 2012, most of the (non-pickled) bird and mammal records had been entered into the computer database and are available online. Records for the pickled specimens (fish, amphibians, reptiles, and birds) will probably not be available online until 2014.

Temporal coverages

Living time period: From the 1890s to the present

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Administrative contact
Kelly Cassidy
Curator
Charles R. Conner Museum School of Biological Sciences, Washington State University, PO Box 644236 99164-4236 Pullman WA United States +01 509-335-3515
Metadata author
Kelly Cassidy
Curator
Charles R. Conner Museum School of Biological Sciences, Washington State University, PO Box 644236 99164-4236 Pullman WA United States +01 509-335-3515
Originator
Kelly Cassidy
Curator
Charles R. Conner Museum School of Biological Sciences, Washington State University, PO Box 644236 99164-4236 Pullman WA United States +01 509-335-3515

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Charles R. Conner Museum

Publication Date

Oct 15, 2014

Registration Date

Jul 25, 2012

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Description

Includes specimens from around the world, with the majority from Washington State and Idaho.

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Geographic Coverage

Includes specimens from around the world, with the majority from Washington State and Idaho.

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John Wieczorek
Information Architect
Museum of Vertebrate Zoology at Berkeley
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David Bloom
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