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David H. Snyder Museum of Zoology Ichthyological Collection. Individual specimens should be cited as APSU:Fish: followed by the integer catalog number.
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Occurrence; Specimen; Occurrence; Specimen
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Mid-south region of the United States. The majority of specimens are from Tennessee, Kentucky and surrounding states.
|Bounding Coordinates||South West [29.917, -93.252], North East [47.22, -70.225]|
|Class||Actinopterygii (ray-finned fishes), Petromyzontida (lamprey), Chondrichthys (cartilaginous fishes)|
|Living Time Period||1939-current|
|Collection Name||Austin Peay State University Fish specimens|
|Parent Collection Identifier||APSU|
|Specimen preservation methods||Formalin, Alcohol, Glycerin|
|Purpose||Students have been engaged in collection science and research through the DSMZ and its curators since its inception and these libraries play a valuable role in teaching, research, and outreach for APSU, the broader scientific community, and the general public.|
|Maintenance Description||When there is funding for a collections manager or a collections assistant (graduate student) the collection data is regularly maintained with any new incoming records being processed and cataloged as quickly as possible by collection staff. In the absence of funding, the data are maintained as regularly as possible on the good will of experienced volunteers.|