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in the rooms of the department
caused by repairs to the heating
apparatus, the curator was unable
to do much work on reptiles. He
improved the opportunity, however,
to finish an extensive paper on the
Henson collection of Japanese birds
recently acquired by the museum.

During such intervals of warmer
weather which made it possible to
handle alcoholics, he continues his
studies of the reptiles brought home
by the Death Valley expedition of the
U.S. Department of Agriculture.

During the month about 1050
generic names, with their references
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