Daniel was my instructor for vertebrate zoology in the fall of 1969 and my favorite of the many zoology faculty from whom I took classes as a Miami zoology major from 1967-1972.
What does VZY stand for?
VZY stands for Vertebrate Zoology
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The resurvey project, which began in 2003, was led by Craig Moritz, former UC Berkeley professor of integrative biology, and his colleagues at the Museum of Vertebrate Zoology.
curator of Vertebrate Zoology and founder of the World Museum of Natural History, Riverside, CA, said “Dr.
Barnosky is a curator in the Museum of Paleontology and a research paleontologist in the Museum of Vertebrate Zoology.
Specimens were examined from the herpetology collections of the Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County (LACM), Museum of Vertebrate Zoology (MVZ), and San Diego Society of Natural History (SDSNH) (Appendix I).
Tony Parker, assistant curator for vertebrate zoology at National Museums Liverpool, said: "It's becoming increasingly common to see seals and porpoises in the Mersey estuary.
Tony Parker, assistant curator for vertebrate zoology at National Museums Liverpool, said: "It is becoming increasingly common to see seals and porpoises in the Mersey estuary.