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The collection serves as a major research resource for the national and international scientific communities and contains unique material of special historical and ecological significance. The collection database is accessible online on this website and through HerpNET. During the 1970’s, it was recognized as one of the five largest and most representative collections of amphibians and reptiles in the United States (Wake et al. 1975). Currently it ranks among the top six herpetological collections in the United States and one of the twenty largest in the World. Collection use has been growing steadily. Loan requests, visits by researchers, and information requests are at high levels. Zoologists, paleontologists, wildlife disease researchers and other disciplines utilize the collections. Regular collection users include professional scientists, agency personnel and students (undergraduate and graduate).


Name Sharon Grant
RoleTechnology Liaison to Science
Name Alan Resetar
RoleCollection Manager
Name Kathleen Kelly
RoleAssistant Collection Manager
Name Laura Russell
RoleVertNet Programmer
Name Sharon Grant
RoleTechnology Liaison to Science
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DescriptionFMNH 81915 Amblyphrynus ingeri, dorsal
TitleFMNH 81915 d
Rights[Copyright] Field Museum of Natural History - CC BY-NC
Metadata Date2019-01-08
Provider-managed ID424737
Service Access PointYes
CreditField Museum of Natural History
License URLhttps://www.fieldmuseum.org/field-museum-natural-history-conditions-and-suggested-norms-use-collections
Attribution StatementPlease cite this as: (c) The Field Museum (DATE) CC-BY-NC
CreatorSarah Drasner
ID Containing Collectionhttp://biocol.org/urn:lsid:biocol.org:col:34795
Access URIhttp://fm-digital-assets.fieldmuseum.org/424/737/A_ingeri81915d.JPG
Hash FunctionMD5
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