MLZ Mammal Collection (Arctos)
A small but influential part of the Moore Laboratory of Zoology, this collection of over 2,000 mammals includes specimens collected by Chester C. Lamb and John C. Hafner. Many of these specimens are paired with skeletons, tissue, and chromosomal data.
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Geographic strengths of the MLZ mammal collection are Mexico and the United States.
|Bounding Coordinates||South West [-90, -180], North East [90, 180]|
Taxonomic strengths of the MLZ mammal collection include Rodentia (1,865) and Chiroptera (171).
|Living Time Period||1913-present|