Edward S. Ross field notes

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Edward S. Ross field notes
This a collection of Edward S. Ross (1915-2016) field notes. Edward Ross received his PhD in 1941 with the Department of Entomology at UC Berkeley, where he was a teaching assist for E.O. Essig. Before finishing his degree he was offered the position of Curator of Entomology at the California Academy of Sciences in San Francisco in 1939, a position he held for 41 years. The focus of his research was webspinners (Embiidina). His studies took him around the world, particularly to the tropics where webspinners are most diverse.
Field Notes: 1961-1962 - India, Pakistan, Nepal, Malaysia, Thailand

Field Notes: 1961-1962 - India, Pakistan, Nepal, Malaysia, Thailand

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