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  1. An account of Amazon River fishes collected by J. B. Steere; with a note on Pimelodus clarias
    By: Eigenmann, Carl H - Bean, Barton A
    Type: Article
    In: Proceedings of the United States National Museum
    Volume: 31
    Issue: 1503
    Date: 1907-01-16
    Page Range: 659--668
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  2. The Annual Address of the President: The Solution of the Eel Question
    By: Eigenmann, Carl H
    Type: Article
    In: Transactions of The American Microscopical Society
    Volume: 23
    Date: 1902
    Page Range: 5--18
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  3. Descriptions of sixteen new species of Pygidiidæ
    By: Eigenmann, Carl H
    Type: Article
    In: Philadelphia Proceedings of the American Philosophical Society
    Volume: 56
    Date: 1917
    Page Range: 690--703
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  4. THE EYES OF THE BLIND VERTEBRATES OF NORTH AMERICA. III: THE STRUCTURE AND ONTOGENIC DEGENERATION OF THE EYES OF THE MISSOURI CAVE SALAMANDER, AN ACCOUNT BASED ON MATERIAL COLLECTED WITH A GRANT FROM THE ELIZABETH THOMPSON SCIENCE FUND
    By: Eigenmann, Carl H - Denny, Winfield Augustus
    Type: Article
    In: Biol Bull
    Volume: 2
    Date: 1900-10-01
    Page Range: 33--41
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  5. The fishes of San Diego, California
    By: Eigenmann, Carl H
    Type: Article
    In: Proceedings of The United States National Museum
    Volume: 15
    Issue: 897
    Date: 1892
    Page Range: 123--178
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  6. Fishes of western South America. I. The intercordilleran and Amazonian lowlands of Peru. II. The High Pampas of Peru, Bolivia, and northern Chile
    By: Eigenmann, Carl H - Allen, William Ray
    Type: Book
    Date: 1942
    Page Range: 1--494
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  7. The Nature and Origin of the Fishes of the Pacific Slope of Ecuador, Peru and Chili
    By: Eigenmann, Carl H
    Type: Article
    In: Proceedings of The American Philosophical Society
    Volume: 60
    Issue: 220
    Date: 1921
    Page Range: 503--523
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  8. New genera of South American freshwater Fishes, and new names for old genera
    By: Eigenmann, Carl H
    Type: Article
    In: Smithsonian Collections
    Volume: 45
    Date: 1903
    Page Range: 144--148
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  9. Notes on a collection of fishes sent by Mr. Charles C. Leslie from Charleston, South Carolina
    By: Jordan, David Starr, - Eigenmann, Carl H
    Type: Article
    In: Proceedings of The United States National Museum
    Volume: 10
    Issue: 627
    Date: 1887
    Page Range: 269--270
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  10. Notes on skeletons of Etheostomatinae
    By: Jordan, David Starr, - Eigenmann, Carl H
    Type: Article
    In: Proceedings of The United States National Museum
    Volume: 8
    Issue: 484
    Date: 1885
    Page Range: 68--72
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  11. The Origin and Distribution of the Genera of the Fishes of South America West of the Maracaibo, Orinoco, Amazon, and Titicaca Basins
    By: Eigenmann, Carl H
    Type: Article
    In: Proceedings of The American Philosophical Society
    Volume: 60
    Issue: 220
    Date: 1921
    Page Range: 1--6
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  12. Preliminary descriptions of new genera and species of tetragonopterid characins (Zoölogical Results of the Thayer Brazilian expedition.)
    By: Eigenmann, Carl H
    Type: Article
    In: Bulletin of the Museum of Comparative Zoology
    Volume: 52
    Date: 1908
    Page Range: 91--106
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  13. A review of the North American species of the genera Lagodon, Archosargus, and Diplodus
    By: Eigenmann, Carl H - Hughes, Elizabeth G
    Type: Article
    In: Proceedings of The United States National Museum
    Volume: 10
    Issue: 608
    Date: 1887
    Page Range: 65--74
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