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Type Material of Fishes from the 'Challenger' Expedition in the National Museum of Ireland
A. Wheeler and C. E. O'Riordan
Proceedings of the Royal Irish Academy. Section B: Biological, Geological, and Chemical Science
Vol. 68 (1969), pp. 89-100
Published by: Royal Irish Academy
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/20494928
Page Count: 12
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Amongst the fishes from the 'Challenger' Expedition received by the National Museum of Ireland in 1899 are type specimens of sixteen species. Their type status had been previously unsuspected. A list of these type specimens is given, with notes on the collection of the same species in the British Museum (Natural History), their lengths, locality and synonyms are detailed. The list of type specimens is preceded by a discussion of the history of this fish collection, and the intentions of the principals of the 'Challenger' expedition with regard to the disposal of type specimens. Correspondence is quoted between Dr. Albert Günther of the British Museum (Natural History), and Professor Sir Charles Wyville Thomson and Dr. John Murray of the 'Challenger' from published and unpublished sources.
Proceedings of the Royal Irish Academy. Section B: Biological, Geological, and Chemical Science © 1969 Royal Irish Academy