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^[[Bean]] [[preprinted]] 8. GIVE THE NAMES OF ANY STUDENTS WHO HAVE HAD ACCESS TO THE MATERIAL IN YOUR CARE DURING THE YEAR, EITHER IN WASHINGTON OR ELSEWHERE, AND STATE THE SPECIAL AIM OF THEIR STUDIES. [[/preprinted]] ^[[x]]Evermann, B. W. N. A. Fishes generally in connection with reports on field operations of the U. S. Fish Commission and in preparing U. S. N. M. Bulletin--Fishes of North America. Gilbert. C. H. Fishes collected by the U. S. F. C. Str. Albatross in the North Pacific, and in fishes collected in the Columbia River Basin by the U. S. Fish Commission. ^[[x]]Gill, T. N. Fishes generally in defining the limits and relations of families. ^[[x]]Seth E. Meek. Comparison of freshwater fishes in reporting upon the fishes of various western States. Jordan, D. S. Fishes of North America. See under Evermann. ^[[Eigenmann, C.H. [[underlined]]Scorpænoid[[/underlined]]fishes - for review.]] ^[[x Smith, H.M. White fishes for comparison with specimens obtained from the Great Lakes.]]
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