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Museum of Vertebrate Zoology, University of California, Berkeley
by Mayhew, Wilbur W.
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Wilbur Mayhew’s 1960-1961 journal is a record of daily field activities and itinerary details for field trips made in southern California and northern Mexico. Observations and collecting details focus primarily on reptiles. Six pages of Frank Aubrey’s journal entries are inserted between pages 56-57.
Topics: Biology--Fieldwork, Desert biology--California., Reptiles--California., Baja California (Mexico :...
Museum of Vertebrate Zoology, University of California, Berkeley
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Wilbur Mayhew’s 1959 journal is a record of daily field activities and itinerary details for field trips made in southern California. Observations and collecting details focus primarily on reptiles.
Topics: Biology--Fieldwork, Desert biology--California., Natural history--California--Mojave Desert.,...
Field notes consist primarily of species accounts and are separated in sections: Birds, Mammals, Amphibians, and Plants with Birds making up 156 of the 180 pages. Data within each section is organized by species name. Collecting events and observations take place primarily in Northern and Central California. A number of observations are made on the University of California, Berkeley campus and Strawberry Canyon, Berkeley. Mayhew also makes numerous observations from Conaway Ranch in Woodland,...
Topics: Birds--California, Birds--California--Identification, Alameda (Calif.), Berkeley (Calif.), Contra...
Museum of Vertebrate Zoology, University of California, Berkeley
by Mayhew, Wilbur W.
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The journal is mostly written from 1962-1964. Two journal pages dated April 7, 1973 are added at the end of the volume. The volume is a record of daily field activities and itinerary details for field trips made in southern California. Observations and collecting details focus primarily on reptiles. Journal includes Uma spp. transfer field experiment at a chosen Mira Loma area. Details and map of experiment site begin on page 59.
Topics: Biological specimens--Identification, Biology--Fieldwork, Desert biology--California.,...
Museum of Vertebrate Zoology, University of California, Berkeley
by Mayhew, Wilbur W.
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The first half of the journal is labeled, “Journal,” and documents various field trips made during Wilbur Mayhew’s undergraduate and graduate studies at the University of California, Berkeley. The journal also records early trips made at the beginning of Mayhew’s career at the University of California, Riverside. Observations are focused primarily on Mallards which was the focus of his Thesis (Ph. D. in Zoology), “Spring rainfall in relation to mallard production, Sacramento Valley,...
Topics: Birds--Eggs, Eggs--Incubation., Mallard, Alameda (Calif.), Contra Costa County (Calif.), Imperial...