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Specimen Record

ContinentEurope
CountryScotland
LocalityScotland
Institution CodeOmnh
Collection CodeEgg
Catalog Number1636
Date Collected1923-05-23

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The SNOMNH bird collection was established at the time of origin of the Museum in 1899. While two fires in the Museum (the last in 1918) destroyed the bird collection existing then, the collection subsequently has been developed into one of significant local, regional, and international importance. It is one of the largest in the central United States. Also associated with the bird collection is an extensive library of books and journals.

Contacts

Name Matthew Miller
RoleAssistant Curator
Emailmjmiller@ou.edu
Name Paul King
RoleHead of IT
Emailpking@ou.edu
Name Tamaki Yuri
RoleCollection Manager
Emailtyuri@ou.edu
Name Sarah Sanger
RoleInformation Systems Lead
Emailssanger@ou.edu
Name Karen Whitecotton
RoleRegistrar
Emailregistrar.samnoblemuseum@ou.edu
Name Matthew Miller
RoleAssistant Curator
Emailmjmiller@ou.edu
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Taxonomy
Scientific Namelyrurus tetrix
KingdomAnimalia
PhylumChordata
ClassAves
OrderGalliformes
FamilyPhasianidae
GenusTetrao
Specific Epithettetrix
Vernacular NameBlack Grouse
Specimen
Catalog Number1636
PreparationsEggs
Individual Count7
Institution CodeOMNH
Collection CodeEgg
Occurrence IDurn:catalog:OMNH:Egg:1636
Dataset NameBirds Eggs
Basis of RecordPreservedSpecimen
Collection Event
Date Collected1923-05-23
Verbatim Date Collected23 May 1923
Year1923
MonthMay
Day23
Locality
CountryScotland
ContinentEurope
LocalityScotland
Other
LanguageEnglish
Modified2016-02-02
IDurn:catalog:OMNH:Egg:1636
dcterms:rightsHolderSam Noble Oklahoma Museum of Natural History
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