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Fremling's field notebook for 1967-1968 includes original notes and later annotations. Notes are dated July 3, 1967-July 26, 1968, with many blank pages left in book. Pages are numbered 1-36. Written in pencil and ink. Notes are mostly in Fremling's handwriting with some in an unknown hand (Arlayne Fremling?) and others transcribed by Angie Boettcher. The notebook mainly describes a 1967 summer trip along the Mississippi River from Winona to New Orleans with many stops along the way, including notes about conversations with individuals (fishing or other recreation), riverboat captains, lockmasters. Also includes many addresses for individuals, towing/barge companies, and locks and dams. Notes also include information about mayfly emergence (including Hexagenia bilineata, H. limbata, and Pentagenia vittigera), and collection of eggs and nymphs. Locations mentioned and/or visited: Illinois: Alton, Cairo Kentucky: Hickman Louisana: New Orleans, Hammond, Grand Isle Missouri: St. Louis, Cape Girardeau, Hannibal Wisconsin: Trempealeau Label: Mayfly Fremling 1967 & '68
Biologists; Mayflies; Caddisflies; Insects Behavior; Mississippi River Description and travel
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Biology | Ecology and Evolutionary Biology | Entomology | Terrestrial and Aquatic Ecology
Fremling, Calvin R., "Fremling Field Notes 1967-1968" (1967). Cal Fremling Field Notebooks. 5.
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1 notebook, 5 x 7.5 inches