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    New Jersey Catholic Records Newsletter, Vol. 1, No.3

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    The third issue includes “Jersey City Parish Declared Landmark,” “From the Collections,” and “Meet the Commission” articles, as well as news about Msgr. Field\u27s election and Commission materials on loan to the “Germans of New Jersey” exhibit. The issue also discusses recent accessions and calls its readers to donate any historical memorabilia of New Jersey Catholic History

    New Jersey Catholic Records Newsletter, Vol. 1 No. 1

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    The first issue addresses the nature of the Commission and its recent publications. It also features a “From the Collection” article discussing the Corrigan diaries and the need for collecting parish histories. The Commission acknowledges its participation in the Archdiocese\u27s 125th Anniversary exhibit at the Newark Museum

    New Jersey Catholic Records Newsletter, Vol. 1 No. 1

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    The first issue addresses the nature of the Commission and its recent publications. It also features a “From the Collection” article discussing the Corrigan diaries and the need for collecting parish histories. The Commission acknowledges its participation in the Archdiocese\u27s 125th Anniversary exhibit at the Newark Museum

    RESURRECTED RECORDS: “NEW” REPTILE OCCURRENCE RECORDS FOR MONTGOMERY COUNTY, INDIANA

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    Current and historic records of species occurrences in particular localities enable researchers to monitor changes in species distribution and abundance. While current fauna can be documented with sufficient effort, missing historical records represent data that can never again be obtained. It is with this importance in mind that we report for the first time records of eight reptile species in Montgomery County, Indiana, USA, that were documented in 1964, though no vouchered specimens persist. These species include: Sternotherus odoratus, Terrapene carolina carolina, Chrysemys picta marginata, Apalone spinifera spinifera, Thamnophis sauritus sauritus, Storeria dekayi wrightorum, Lampropeltis calligaster, Lampropeltis triangulum. We also provide a list of the 23 currently documented reptile species that occur (or have occurred recently) in Montgomery County

    New records of Galápagos fishes

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    New records of Orchids from Morocco

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    The exploration of the Rif Valley (Morocco) during 2010 revealed the presence of some new taxa and records from Morocco. The new taxa are: Orchis langei subsp. magrebensis and Ophrys neglecta var. riphaea. Ophrys neglecta var. neglecta and Ophrys numida have been detected for the first time in Morocco

    New Records of Odonata from Wisconsin

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    Excerpt: In 1967 Mary Davis Ries published a list of 117 species of Odonata known to occur in Wisconsin, and later (1969) reported details of the distribution of species new to the state list. Collections from the Pine-Popple River in northeastern Wisconsin (Hilsenhoff 1972) added four more species to the list. Five additional Wisconsin records are reported below as the result of occasional collections made throughout the state

    New Records of Coleoptera from Wisconsin

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    Specimens of eleven different species of beetles (one of which is identified only to genus) have been collected from and are herein reported as new to Wisconsin. These species collectively occur within seven different families: Leiodidae, Latridiidae, Scirtidae, Throscidae, Corylophidae, Staphylinidae, and Dermestidae. A majority of the specimens were collected at the author’s residence, either in pan traps or at UV lights; the others were taken at two nearby (township) parks

    New Distribution Records for Minnesota Odonata

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    Several Minnesota state record Odonata, Aeshna subarctica, Ophiogomphus anomalus, Stylogomphus albistylus, Stylurus scudderi, and Coenagrion interrogatum are reported, along with notes on the distribution and habitat of Aeshna sitchensis. New county records for Minnesota Odonata are also reported

    Siphonaptera Records and Host Associations From the Central and Eastern Upper Peninsula of Michigan

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    Fleas were collected from birds and mammals over a five year period in four upper peninsula counties. Identified specimens were compared to published records of distribution for the parasite species and its host species, and only those records which are new county distributions for host or parasite are listed. Four new host records for Michigan, four new flea distribution records for the upper peninsula, and 26 new county records are listed
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