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Volume 1: Lower Metazoans and Lesser Deuterostomes

Dennis A. Thoney, PhD Director, Marine Laboratory & Facilities Humboldt State University Arcata, California

Volume 2: Protostomes

Sean F. Craig, PhD

Assistant Professor, Department of Biological Sciences Humboldt State University Arcata, California

Dennis A. Thoney, PhD Director, Marine Laboratory & Facilities Humboldt State University Arcata, California

Volume 3: Insects

Arthur V. Evans, DSc

Research Associate, Department of Entomology Smithsonian Institution Washington, DC

Rosser W. Garrison, PhD

Research Associate, Department of Entomology Natural History Museum Los Angeles, California

Volumes 4-5: Fishes I- II

Paul V. Loiselle, PhD Curator, Freshwater Fishes New York Aquarium Brooklyn, New York

Dennis A. Thoney, PhD Director, Marine Laboratory & Facilities Humboldt State University Arcata, California

Volume 6: Amphibians

William E. Duellman, PhD Curator of Herpetology Emeritus Natural History Museum and Biodiversity Research Center University of Kansas Lawrence, Kansas

Volume 7: Reptiles

James B. Murphy, DSc Smithsonian Research Associate Department of Herpetology National Zoological Park Washington, DC

Volumes 8-11: Birds I-IV

Walter J. Bock, PhD Permanent secretary, International Ornithological Congress Professor of Evolutionary Biology Department of Biological Sciences, Columbia University New York, New York

Jerome A. Jackson, PhD

Program Director, Whitaker Center for Science, Mathematics, and Technology Education Florida Gulf Coast University Ft. Myers, Florida

Volumes 12-16: Mammals I-V

Valerius Geist, PhD

Professor Emeritus of Environmental Science University of Calgary Calgary, Alberta Canada

Devra G. Kleiman, PhD Smithsonian Research Associate National Zoological Park Washington, DC

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