WNMU Mammal Collection (Arctos)

Occurrence dataset published by Western New Mexico University

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WNMU Mammal Collection (Arctos)

Description

Western New Mexico University houses a regional collection of mammal specimens (about 7000 specimens) focused on the biodiversity of southwestern New Mexico, with additional representatives of African and South American mammal faunas. This collection is part of the Gila Center for Natural History within the Department of Natural Sciences. The collection has grown slowly with incorporation of new specimens.

Temporal coverages

Living time period: 1892-present

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Administrative contact
Randy Jennings Jennings
Professor
Western New Mexico University Department of Natural Sciences, Silver City, NM US, 88061 88061 Silver City NM United States (575) 538-6519
Metadata author
Randy Jennings
Professor
Western New Mexico University Department of Natural Sciences 88061 Silver City NM United States (575) 538-6519
Originator
Randy Jennings
Professor
Western New Mexico University Department of Natural Sciences 88061 Silver City NM United States (575) 538-6519

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Western New Mexico University

Publication Date

Jun 24, 2014

Registration Date

Apr 30, 2013

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Taxonomic Coverage

CLASS
Mammalia

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The Western New Mexico University mammal collection has global holdings, but coverage is focused on New Mexicomore

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Geographic Coverage

The Western New Mexico University mammal collection has global holdings, but coverage is focused on New Mexico.

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Associated parties

Point of contact
Dusty McDonald
Arctos Database Programmer
University of Alaska Museum
Programmer
John Wieczorek
Information Architect
Museum of Vertebrate Zoology, UC Berkeley 31
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