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There is a good representation of species found in southern California, including the near ocean and the Channel Islands, and also many species found elsewhere in North America, Mexico, and Europe. Special efforts have been made to collect species of particular biogeographic interest in southern California, such as those that have subspecies boundaries within the region.
|Bounding Coordinates||South West [-90, -180], North East [90, 180]|
The collection has especially large series of several species that have figured prominently in the literature on ornithology, evolution, behavior and physiology, such as the White-crowned Sparrow, Brown-headed Cowbird, Grebes, Acorn Woodpecker, Wrentit, Savannah Sparrow, and Spotted Towhee.
|Formation Period||late 1800 to current|
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|Title||Vertebrate Collections Management Project|
|Funding||The data in this resource were funded by a grant from the Institute of Museum and Library Services (IMLS).|
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