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Specimen Record

ContinentNorth America
CountryUnited States
State/ProvinceIdaho
County/ParishCassia County
LocalityGoose Creek Mountains 10 Mi. E Of Oakley
Latitude42.2433333333
Longitude-113.7144444444
Institution CodeDmns
Collection CodeBird Specimens
Catalog Number32181
Collected ByCollector(s): Pierce Brodkorb
Date Collected1932-08-18

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The Denver Museum of Nature & Science Bird Collection contains approximately 42,500 catalogued specimens from around the world, with a focus on the Rocky Mountain and Great Plains regions. The collection includes study skins, skeletal material, taxidermy mounts, egg sets, nests, frozen tissue samples (~600 individuals), and associated parasites (ecto and endo). Growth of the collection continues primarily through salvage activities.

Contacts

Name Garth Spellman
RoleCurator of Vertebrate Zoology
EmailGarth.Spellman@dmns.org
Name Garth Spellman
RoleCurator of Vertebrate Zoology
EmailGarth.Spellman@dmns.org
Name Laura Russell
RoleVertNet Programmer
Emaillarussell@vertnet.org
Name David Bloom
RoleVertNet Coordinator
Emaildbloom@vertnet.org
Name John Wieczorek
RoleInformation Architect
Emailtuco@berkeley.edu
Name Dusty McDonald
RoleArctos Database Programmer
Emaildlmcdonald@alaska.edu
Name Jeffrey Stephenson
RoleCollections Manager, Department of Zoology
Emailjeff.stephenson@dmns.org
Name Garth Spellman
RoleCurator of Vertebrate Zoology
EmailGarth.Spellman@dmns.org
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Taxonomy
Scientific NamePoecile atricapillus
Higher ClassficationAnimalia; Chordata; Aves; Passeriformes; Paridae; (Linnaeus, 1766)
KingdomAnimalia
PhylumChordata
ClassAves
OrderPasseriformes
FamilyParidae
GenusPoecile
Specific Epithetatricapillus
Nomenclatural CodeICZN
Specimen
Identified Byunknown
Previous IdentificationsPoecile atricapillus (accepted ID) identified by unknown; method: legacy
Identification QualifierA
Catalog Number32181
Other Catalog Numberscollector number=PB10825
Preparationsskin, study
Individual Count1
Life Stageimmature
Sexmale
Institution CodeDMNS
Collection CodeBird specimens
Occurrence IDhttp://arctos.database.museum/guid/DMNS:Bird:32181?seid=165241
Basis of RecordPreservedSpecimen
Type of ResourcePhysicalObject
Collection Event
Collected ByCollector(s): Pierce Brodkorb
Collector NumberPB10825
Date Collected1932-08-18
Verbatim Date Collected18 Aug 1932
Year1932
Month08
Day18
End Day of Year231
Collection RemarksOriginally Parus a. septentrionalis; Cleveland Mus. Nat. Hist. #34205; ID by HCO
Locality
CountryUnited States
State / ProvinceIdaho
CountyCassia County
Higher GeographyNorth America, United States, Idaho, Cassia County
ContinentNorth America
LocalityGoose Creek Mountains 10 mi. E of Oakley
Verbatim Localityno verbatim locality recorded
Decimal Latitude42.2433333333
Decimal Longitude-113.7144444444
Georeference Protocolnot recorded
Verbatim Coordinates42d 14m 36s N/113d 42m 52s W
Location According Tounknown
Geodetic Datumunknown
Georeferenced Byunknown
Georeferenced Date1932-08-18 00:00:00.0
Other
Languageen
Modified2017-07-25 20:33:57.0
IDhttp://arctos.database.museum/guid/DMNS:Bird:32181?seid=165241
dwc:identificationVerificationStatuslegacy
dcterms:referenceshttp://arctos.database.museum/guid/DMNS:Bird:32181
dwc:establishmentMeanswild caught
dwc:georeferenceVerificationStatusunverified
dcterms:accessRightshttp://vertnet.org/resources/norms.html
dwc:dynamicPropertiessex=male ; age class=immature
dwc:georeferenceSourcesunknown
dcterms:licensehttp://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc/3.0
dwc:organismIDhttp://arctos.database.museum/guid/DMNS:Bird:32181
dwc:institutionIDurn:lsid:biocol.org:col:35013
dwc:verbatimCoordinateSystemdeg. min. sec.
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