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6.  WHAT EXPLORATIONS (1) BY THE MUSEUM AND (2) UNDER OTHER AUSPICES, HAVE RESULTED IN ENRICHING THE COLLECTIONS UNDER YOUR CARE?

(1) There have been no explorations by the Museum staff, which have resulted in enriching the Museum collection of insects. 
(2) Under other auspices, the following collections may be mentioned:

             British West India Committee for Zoological Exploration, employed Herbert H. Smith, collecting on Grenada Island. 
             
             W. L. Abbott's travels in Madagascar and Turkestan. 

             The Chanler-Hohnel expedition to Jomb[[crossed-out]]ouo[[/crossed-out]][én(é)capitalized] Range, East Africa.
    
             The U.S.Department of Agriculture sent agents, E. A. Schwarz and C.H.Tyler Townsend, to Brownsville Texas, for investigation of the cotton boll-weevil. 

             L. Stejneger's visit to Commander Islands and Kamtschatka for investigation of the seal fisheries.  

             U.S.Fish Commission sent F.W.True and D.W.Prentiss Jr., to Pribiloff Islands, and [[underlined]]Herbert A. Gill[[/underlined]] to Honolulu and Unalaska. 

             C. V. Riley and H.G. Hubbard visit to West Indies in the spring of 1895. 

             W J McGee's visit to Tiburon Island, Gulf of Cal ifornia. 

             E. A. Schwarz's and H. G. Hubbard's trip to Salt Lake, Utah. 

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