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              6 Archival description results for Turtles

              6 results directly related Exclude narrower terms
              Burleigh, Bennet
              SEC/7/2/49 · File · 1893-1894
              Part of ZSL Secretaries

              Letters from Bennet Burleigh to Philip Lutley Sclater regarding the donation of two turtles

              Heame, William
              SEC/2/1/35 · File · 1833-1835
              Part of ZSL Secretaries

              Letters from William Heame regarding the arrival of the Brig 'Adak' at London Docks with a Hawksbill Turtle, 2 Land Tortoises, 1 male ditto, 1 Pigeon, 6 Doves and a flamingo which is supposed to be dead and only a skin. Also speaks of the arrival of his display cabinet and asks the Zoological Society of London to select and withdraw all the insects they desire from drawers of his in their possession

              NZSL/ROP/3 · File · 1981
              Part of Non-ZSL Collections

              A collection of papers mainly relating to the herpetology of Hong Kong, including a typewritten papers entitled 'Notes on the Geckos of Hong Kong', a series of black and white photographs (plus negatives) showing a Hong Kong landscape with accompanying notes detailing the collection of herpetological specimens, a list of reptile and amphibian specimens in Romer's collection, two colour photographs and accompanying sketch of a turtle (Trionyx steindachneri), and Romer's curriculum vitae

              Lunam, G H
              SUP/6/1/1/67 · File · 1949
              Part of Superintendents

              Correspondence between G H Lunam and George Soper Cansdale regarding an offer of a soft shelled turtle (Trionyx triunguis) which was captured in the Oshun River, Western Province, Nigeria

              Strachan, P L
              SEC/2/1/72 · File · 1835-1836
              Part of ZSL Secretaries

              Letters from P L Strachan of the Colonial Civil Service regarding his arrival in Sierra Leone, having been shipwrecked on 'the West India Islands', the deaths of the five African Woodcocks that he was bringing, the survival of a large scorpion (which may have accompanied the letter, a shipment of alligators and a mud turtle. Also comments that Bennett had not mentioned Mr Actin Governor ole and his brother having been admitted as Fellows