Neil Dwight Richmond

Neil Dwight Richmond (1912–1992), United States mammalogist and herpetologist.

  • (1935–1938) Instructor in Zoology, Syracuse University, Syracuse, New York, United Staes of America.
  • (1938–1939) Instructor in Zoology, Marshall College, Huntington, West Virginia, U.S.A.
  • (1939–1940) Farm Manager, Shackelford Farms, Lanexa, Virginia, U.S.A.
  • (1947–1948) Mammalogist, Pennsylvania Game Commision / United States Fish and Wildlife Service, Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, U.S.A
  • Curator of Amphibians and Reptiles (1951–1971), Curator of Environmental Studies (1971–1979), Carnegie Museum of Natural History, 4400 Forbes Avenue, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15213, U.S.A.

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Publications edit

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1949 edit

  • Richmond, N.D., Roslund, H.R. 1949. Mammal Survey of Northwestern Pennsylvania. Final Report Pittman-Robertson Project 20-R. Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, and Washington, District of Columbia: Pennsylvania Game Commission and U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service. 67 pp.

1952 edit

  • Richmond, N.D., Roslund, H.R. 1952. A Mid-Ventral Dermal Gland in Peromyscus maniculatus. Journal of Mammalogy 33(1):103–104.
  • Richmond, N.D. 1952. Opheodrys aestivus in Aquatic Habitats in Virginia. Herpetologica 8(2):38.

1954 edit

1955 edit

  • Richmond, N.D. 1955. The Blind Snakes (Typhlops) of Bimini, Bahama Islands, British West Indies, With Description of a New Species. American Museum Novitates (1734):1–7.

1956 edit

  • Richmond, N.D. 1956. Autumn Mating of the Rough Green Snake. Herpetologica 12(4):325.

1964 edit

  • Richmond, N.D. 1964. The Blind Snakes (Typhlops) of Haiti with Descriptions of Three New Species. Breviora (202)1–12.

1965 edit

  • Richmond, N.D. 1965. Perhaps Juvenile Dinosaurs Were Always Scarce. Journal of Paleontology 39(3):503–505.
  • Richmond, N.D. 1965. A New Species of Blind Snake, Typhlops, from Trinidad. Proceedings of the Biological Society of Washington 78:121–124.

1966 edit

  • Richmond, N.D. 1966. The Blind Snakes, Typhlops, of Guadeloupe and Dominica with Description of a New Species. Herpetologica 22(2):129–132.