Virginia Museum of Natural History Special Publication 8:1-584.
What does VMNH stand for?
VMNH stands for Virginia Museum of Natural History (Martinsville, VA)
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- Ventromedial Nucleus of the Hypothalamus
- Virginia Mediation Network (professional mediators)
- Virtual Manufacturing Network (Production Management)
- Virtual Mobile Network (mobile web access)
- Visiting Mobile Node
- Voicemail Notification
- Vernon/Main Neighborhood Council (Los Angeles, CA)
- Viable Mais Non Cultivable (French: Viable But Not Culturable)
- Virtual Museum of New France
- Vereniging Mediators Noord-Holland (Dutch: North Holland Association of Mediators)
- Valley of the Moon Natural History Association
- Ventilación Mecánica No Invasiva (Spanish)
- Vrouwelijke Managers Netwerk Nederland (Dutch: Netherlands Women Managers Network)
- Virtual Mobile Network Operator (telecommunications)
- Virtual Machine Network Services
- Voice Messaging Network Support Services (Telcordia)
- Marine Observation Squadron
- Value Management Office
- Vastus Lateralis Oblique (exercise for knee)
- Vastus Medialis Oblique (muscle)
Samples in periodicals archive:
NMNH); Shultz Collection, University of Maryland, College Park (UMD); Virginia Museum of Natural History, Martinsville (VMNH).
Fraser, a paleontologist at the virginia Museum of Natural History in Martinsville.
The number of legs is insignificant compared to the geography," says entomologist Richard Hoffman of the Virginia Museum of Natural History in Martinsville, who focuses on that state's insect diversity.
Fraser, a paleontologist at the Virginia Museum of Natural History in Martinsville.
Fraser of the Virginia Museum of Natural History in Martinsville agrees that the reexamined fossil more closely resembles a snake than a lizard.
Fraser of the Virginia Museum of Natural History in Martinsville, and their colleagues report their work in the April 18 Nature.
Boaz of the Virginia Museum of Natural History in Martinsville, John W.