UMMZUniversity of Michigan Museum of Zoology (University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Michigan)
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A sample of all fishes collected was preserved for la ter identification and deposition in the fish collection of UMMZ. Most of the fishes collected in the past also were deposited in the UMMZ collection.
Idaho: Blaine Co., Muldoon Creek (UMMZ 183905-11); Boise Co., McCall (CAS 45781, 45784, 45788-89, 45793, 45795, 45797); Latah Co.
To assess DNA similarities between specimens from different populations and developmental stages, we sequenced and compared a part of the cytochrome b gene (361 base pairs) of an adult (MZFC 18350) and a tadpole from near Carrizal de Bravo (UMMZ 238299) with that of juveniles from Omiltemi (UMMZ 238297) and Sierra de Alquitran (UMMZ 239828).
UMMZ; 6 [male] and 2 [female], 7 mi., by rd SW El Naranjo, 671 m.
Nelson, Museum of Zoology, University of Michigan, answered queries regarding Jordan or Hay lots in the UMMZ collection.
Myers and Lundrigan compared those counts to historical records held by the UMMZ and MSUM, which go back to the early 1900s.
Using a vernier calipers, we measured the lengths of dry shells of animals that were alive when collected in 19551965 and are now held in the following museums: OSUM, the University of Michigan Museum of Zoology (UMMZ) and the Museum of Comparative Zoology at Harvard University (MCZ).
The single exception was character 5 in Actophilornis africana, which was determined from skin specimens (UMMZ 152849 and 152850) after it became apparent during the course of another study that those specimens did not match published plumage descriptions.
Garrison personal collection, Sacramento, California, USA (RWG), Museo de Colecciones Biologicas-Universidad del Atlantico Region Caribe (UARC), and Museum of Zoology, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Michigan, USA (UMMZ).
Bluebreast Darter was last recorded from the Eel River drainage in the 1930s (Gerking 1945 and UMMZ 99923), Wildcat Creek drainage in the 1940s (Gerking 1945), Sugar Creek (East Fork White River) drainage in the 1950s (TU 19190), and Sugar Creek (middle Wabash River) and Deer Creek drainages in the 1970s (Huffaker 1973 and Robertson 1977, respectively).