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Clark, H. L.
Clark, Hubert L.
Clark, Hubert Lyman
Hubert Lyman Clark
Hubert Lyman Clark (Amerikaans zoöloog (1870-1947))
Hubert Lyman Clark (United States zoologist)
Lyman Clark, Hubert
Dates: 
1870-1947
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Agassiz, Alexander (1835-1910)
Agassiz, Alexander Emmanuel Rodolphe (1835-1910)
British Museum
British Museum (Natural History)
British Museum (Natural History). Dept. of Zoology
Edmondson, Charles Howard (1876-1970)
Fisher, W.K. (1878-1953)
Fisher, Walter Kenrick (1878-1953)
Mortensen, Theodor (1868-1952)
Treadwell, A.L. (1866-1947)
Treadwell, Aaron Louis (1866-1947)
United States Fish Commission
United States National Museum
Titles: 
Albatross (Steamer)
apodous holothurians;, The
birds of Amherst and vicinity, The
catalogue of the recent sea-urchins (echinoidea) in the collection of the British Museum (Natural History), A
echinoderm fauna of Torres Strait: its composition and its origin, The
Echinoderms from Australia : an account of collections made in 1929 and 1932, with 28 plates (16 colored) and 64 text figures
Echinoderms from Lower California : with descriptions of new species: supplementary report
Echinoderms of peru
Growth-changes in brittle stars.
habits and reactions of a comatulid, Tropiometra carinata., The
Hawaiian and other Pacific Echini : the Pedinidæ, Phymosomatidæ, Stomopneustidæ, Echinidæ, Temnopleuridæ, Strongylocentrotidæ, and Echinometridæ
Marine zoology of tropical central pacific
North Pacific ophiurans in the collection of the United States National museum, ...
Ophiuroidea.
remarkable new genus of sea-urchin (Spatangidae), A
report on the Echini of the warmer eastern Pacific, based on the collections of the Velero III., A
Report the Crinioidea a. Echinoidea : collected by the Bahama expedition from the University of Iowa in 1893
Synapta vivipara : a contribution to the morphology of echinoderms
synaptas of the New England coast, The
Two new ophiurans from the Smithsonian-Hartford expedition, 1937
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