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Name: 
Eigenmann, C.H.
Eigenmann, Carl H.
Eigenmann, Charles H.
Dates: 
1863-1927
Creation class: 
cre
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Eigenmann, Rosa Smith
Henn, A.W.
Henn, Artur
J. Pierpont Morgan Publication Fund
MacDougal, Daniel Trembly (1865-1958)
Osborn, Henry Fairfield (1857-1935)
Princeton University
Smithsonian Institution. United States National Museum
University of Kentucky
Ward, David Perkins
Wilson, Edmund B. (1856-1939)
Wilson, Edmund Beecher (1856-1939)
Titles: 
american characidae, The
Catalogue and bibliography of the fresh water fishes of the Americas south of the tropic of cancer
Catalogue of bibliography of the fresh water fishes of the Americas south of the Tropic of Cancer
catalogue of the fresh-water fishes of South America, A
Catalogue of the fresh-water fishes of tropical and south temperate America
Cave vertebrates of America; a study in degenerative evolution
Cave vertebrates of America [MI] 1909
Cheirodontinæ, The
Descriptions of sixteen new species of Pygidiidae.
Eighteen new series of fishes from north-western South America.
eyes of the blind vertebrates of North America, The
Fifty years of Darwinism;
fishes of lake Valencia, Caracas, and of the Rio Tuy at El Concejo, Venezuela., The
Fishes of the rivers draining the western slope of the Cordillera occidental of Colombia, Rios Atrato, San Juan, Dagua, and Patia.
Fishes of western South America. I. The intercordilleran and Amazonian lowlands of Peru. II. The high pampas of Peru, Bolivia, and northern Chile.
fishes of western South America, part I., The
fishes of western South America, The : the fresh-water fishes of northwestern South America, including Colombia, Panama, and the Pacific slopes of Ecuador and Peru, together with an appendix upon the fishes of the Rio Meta in Colomba
Fishes of western South America : with a rev. of the Peruvian Gymnotidae, and of the genus Orestias
fresh-water fishes of Chile, The
fresh-water fishes of Panama east of longitude 80° W.B., The : the Magdalena basin and the horizontal and vertical distribution of its fishes.
Fresh water fishes of Panama east of longitude 80⁰ W. The Magdalena basin and the horizontal and vertical distribution of its fishes.
freshwater fishes of British Guiana, including a study of the ecological grouping of species and the relation of the fauna of the plateau to that of the lowlands, The
freshwater fishes of Northwestern South America, including Colombia, Panama, and the Pacific slopes of Ecuador and Peru, together with an appendix upon the fishes of the Rio Meta in Colombia, The
freshwater fishes of Patagonia and an examination of the Archiplata-Archhelenis theory, The
Gymnotidae of Trans-Andean Colombia and Ecuador., The
Leuciscus Balteatus (Richardson), 1895:
New fishes from western Colombia, Ecuador, and Peru.
New fishes from Western Columbia, Ecuador, and Peru.
New genera of South American fresh-water fishes, and new names for some old genera
On a collectionn of fishes from Buenos Aires
On new species of fishes from Colomubia, Ecuador and Brazil.
On new species of fishes from the Rio Meta basin of Eastern Colombia and on albino or blind fishes from near Bogota.
On the new species of fishes from the Rio Meta basin of eastern Columbia and on albino or blind fishes from near Bogotá
Pimelodella and typhlobagrus. 1917
Pygidiidae, a family of South American catfishes., The
Results of explorations in western Canada and the northwestern United States.
review of the Doradidae, a family of South American Nematognathi, or Catfishes, A
revision of the South American Nematognathi or cat-fishes, A
revision of the South American Nematognathi or catfishes, A
Some results from an ichthyological reconnaissance of Colombia, South America, part II.
Some results from studies of South American fishes.
Some results of an ichthyological reconnaissance of Colombia, South America.
South America west of the Maracaibo, Orinoco, Amazon, and Titicaca basins, and the horizontal distribution of its fresh-water fishes.
The eyes of Rhineura floridana., ...
The Gymnotidæ., ...
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