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USGS Patuxent Wildlife Research Center
Biological Survey Unit
P. O. Box 37012
National Museum of Natural History - MRC-111
Washington, D.C. 20013-7012
Phone: (202) 633-1282, Fax: (202) 357-1932


Robert P. Reynolds E:mail:  Unit Leader, Phone: 202-633-1279
Claudia J. Angle
E:mail: Museum Specialist,Phone: 202-633-0782 
Richard C. Banks
E:mail:  Emeritus Research Zoologist, Phone: 202-633-0783
Robert Terry Chesser, Research Zoologist (new hire arriving Spring 2005)
Roger B. Clapp
E:mail:  Museum Specialist, Phone: 202-633-0784
Robert D. Fisher
E:mail:  Museum Specialist, Phone: 202-633-1275
Mercedes S. Foster E:mail:  Research Zoologist, Phone: 202-633-0788
Alfred L. Gardner
E:mail:  Research Wildlife Biologist, Phone: 202-633-1276
Steve W. Gotte
E:mail:  Museum Specialist, Phone: 202-633-0728
Roy W. McDiarmid
E:mail:  Research Zoologist, Phone: 202-633-0731
Shabnam Mohammadi E:mail: Volunteer, Phone 202-633-0740
Suzanne Peurach E:mail: Museum Specialist, Phone: 202-633-1277
James A. Poindexter
E:mail:  Museum Specialist, Phone: 202-633-0732
Fiona Wilkinson E:mail:  Volunteer, Phone: 202-633-1281
Neal Woodman E:mail: Research Zoologist, Phone: 202-633-1278

Projects (by title and investigator):

Curation of North American Vertebrates, National Museum of Natural History: Reynolds

Behavior and Ecology of Birds with Emphasis on Tropical Areas: Foster

Measuring and Monitoring Biological Diversity: Standard Methods: Foster

Systematics of American Mammals: Gardner

Systematics and Zoogeography of Amphibian and Reptile Species: McDiarmid

Review and Synthesis of the Biology of N. A. Amphibian Larvae and Biology of Tadpoles: McDiarmid

Snake Species of the World – A Taxonomic and Geographic Reference: McDiarmid

Biogeography, Taxonomy, and Evolutionary Relationships of Shrews: Woodman

Biodiversity Surveys of Mammals: Woodman

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