Edward Harrison Taylor

Edward Harrison Taylor (1889–1978), U.S. herpetologist.

  • Chief, Division of Fisheries, Manila, Philippines (1916–1920).
  • Head of the Zoology Department, University of Philippines, Manila, Philippines (1923–1927).
  • Kansas University, Lawrence, Kansas, United States (1927–1949).

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1921Edit

  • Taylor, E.H. 1921. Amphibians and turtles of the Philippine Islands. Dept. of Agriculture and Natural Resources, Bureau of Science Publication no. 15. Bureau of Printing: Manila. 193 pp. Reference page

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1934Edit

  • Taylor, E.H. 1934. Zoological results of the third De Schauensee Siamese Expedition, Part III. Amphibians and reptiles. Proceedings of the Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia 86: 281–310.

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1940Edit

  • Taylor, E.H., 1940. (1939) Herpetological miscellany No. I. University of Kansas Science Bulletin 26: 489–571.

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1951Edit

  • Taylor, E.H. 1951. Two new genera and a new family of Tropical American frogs. Proceedings of the Biological Society of Washington 64: 33–40.

1952Edit

  • Taylor, E.H. 1952. The salamanders and caecilians of Costa Rica. The University of Kansas Science Bulletin 34, Pt. 2 (12): 695–791.
  • Taylor, E.H. 1952. The Frogs and Toads of Costa Rica. University of Kansas Science Bulletin 35(1): 577–942.

1956Edit

  • Taylor, E.H. 1956. A review of the lizards of Costa Rica. Univ. Kansas Sci. Bull 38(part 1): 3–322.

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ReferencesEdit

  • Taylor, E.H., Leonard, A.B., Smith, H.M. & Pisani, G.R. (eds.) 1975. Edward H. Taylor: Recollections of an Herpetologist. Monographs of the Museum of Natural History, The University of Kansas (4): 1–159. BHL
  • Webb, R.G. 1978. Edward Harrison Taylor 1889-1978. Herpetologica 34(4): 422-425. JSTOR
  • Duellman, W.E. 1978. Edward Harrison Taylor 1889-1978. Copeia 1978(4): 737–738. JSTOR
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