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Search FishBase Search FishBase Associated Journal Publish in our journal partner Acta Ichthyologica et Piscatoria the results of your primary research on fishes about growth, weight-length relationships, reproduction (maturity, fecundity, spawning), food and diet composition, introductions and range extensions for faster subsequent entry in (2011 impact factor: 0.547). Indexed Journal Cybium (publisher: SFI, Société Française d’Ichtyologie) For journal editors: Would you wish that your journal were indexed in FishBase, please contact our librarian. References Citing FishBase
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Smithsonian Institution National Museum of Natural History NMNH Laughing Owl, or Whekau (Sceloglaux albifacies) From The Extinction Website via Wikimedia Commons Wikimedia Commons Description says: Photographed (in the Wellington Region?) between 1889 and 1910 by Henry Charles Clarke Wright (1844-1936). Smithsonian Institution National Museum of Natural History NMNH
Department of Vertebrate Zoology, NMNH Brown Kiwi, Apteryx australis Jessie Cohen © Smithsonian Institution Vertebrate Zoology is the study of animals with backbones. Research in the department covers fishes, amphibians, reptiles, birds, and mammals. The department holds the largest collection of vertebrate specimens in the world, including historically important collections from the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. Research in the department provides a solid foundation of understanding for government agencies, conservation organizations, and individuals involved in fish and wildlife management. Inverted radiograph of Lookdowns, Selene vomer Sandra Raredon © Smithsonian Institution Department of Vertebrate Zoology, NMNH
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Paleobiology Home Paleobiology Home Our mission is to increase public and scientific understanding of the biological and environmental history of Earth through the study of fossil animals, plants, and protists. In addition to performing scientific research, we assemble and curate fossil collections that are studied by scientists from around the country and the world, we exhibit extraordinary fossils in the public spaces of our Museum and we help train future generations of paleontologists. For more Paleobiology Department history click on the Pteranodon (1930 mount) Some highlights from "Features" and other links on the left sidebar:
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