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^[] [[preprinted]] UNITED STATES NATIONAL MUSEUM UNDER DIRECTION OF THE SMITHSONIAN INSTITUTION WASHINGTON [[/preprinted]] [[double underlined]]E. W. Nelson[[/double underlined]], Arizona. - 26 specimens, 11 species, from White Mts., Arizona. (S. I. Exploration?) [[double underlined]]H. W. Henshaw[[/double underlined]], Washington, D.C. - 72 specimens, 32 species, from southern California. (Exchange.) [[double underlined]]C. L. McKay[[/double underlined]] (deceased). - 17 specimens, 13 species, from Nushagak, Alaska. (U. S. Signal Service?). Dr. [[double underlined]]B. H. Warren[[/double underlined]], West Chester, Pa. - 108 specimens, 37 species, from West Chester, Pa. (Gift.) Prof. [[double underlined]]A. Dugès[[/double underlined]], Guanajuato, Mexico. - 7 specimens, same number of species, from Mexico. (Gift.)
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