Edward Drinker COPE - papers on Opiliones
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Edward Drinker COPE
Birthplace: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA.
Died: Philadelphia 12 April 1897
Biographies: (1) Osborn, "Cope: Master
Naturalist," 1931, Princeton U Press; Copeia, 1932, #1, pp. 39-41;
(2) Copeia, 1940, #2, pp. 60-69; Davis, W.H. "Edward Drinker Cope,
Herpetologist," Bull. of the Antivenin Inst. of America, Vol. 5,
No. 3, pp. 71-80, May 1932.
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|Cope, [Edward D.], 1871. Life in the Wyandotte Cave. Annals and Magazine of Natural History, London, Series 4, 8(47): 368-370.|
|Cope, E[dward] D., 1872. On the Wyandotte Cave and its fauna. The American Naturalist, Chicago, 6(7): 406-422.|
|Cope, E[dward] D., 1879. Observations on Wyandotte Cave and its fauna. Annual Reports of the Geological Survey of Indiana made during the years, 1876-77-78. 8-10: 489-506.|
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Picture of E. Cope from Where Elasmosaurs Roam .
Biographical sketch in Aldemaro Romero - Biographical Dictionary of hypogean (cave, karst, and phreatic) fishes of the world at http://www.clt.astate.edu/aromero/new_page_3.htm.