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Hubert Lyman Clark

Amerikaans zoöloog (1870-1947)

Hubert Lyman Clark (Amherst, 9 januari 1870 - Cambridge, 31 juli 1947) was een Amerikaans zoöloog, gespecialiseerd in stekelhuidigen.

Hubert Lyman Clark
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Volledige naam Hubert Lyman Clark
Geboren 9 januari 1870
Overleden 31 juli 1947
Geboorteland Vlag van Verenigde Staten Verenigde Staten
Bekend van stekelhuidigen
Standaardafkorting H.L. Clark
Portaal  Portaalicoon   Biologie

Hij studeerde aan Amherst College en de Johns Hopkins-universiteit, waar hij in 1897 de graad van Ph.D. behaalde. Hij was van 1899-1905 hoogleraar biologie aan Olivet College in Olivet (Michigan). Omdat zijn gehoor beschadigd was moest hij het collegegeven opgeven en hij concentreerde zich op veldwerk en onderzoek. Hij ging naar het Museum of Comparative Zoology van de Harvard-universiteit, waar hij in 1910 curator werd van de stekelhuidigen en in 1927 associate professor zoölogie en curator van de mariene ongewervelden.

Zijn voornaamste werk betreft de stekelhuidigen. Hij ondernam verschillende studiereizen, onder meer naar Australië, om zeesterren, zee-egels, zeelelies en dergelijke te verzamelen en later te beschrijven. Daarnaast heeft hij ook publicaties op zijn naam over vogels en slangen. Hij kreeg in 1947 de Clarke-medaille van de Royal Society of New South Wales (Australië) voor zijn bijdrage aan de kennis van de Australische stekelhuidigen.

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1897. Synapta vivipara: a contribution to the morphology of echinoderms. (PhD-thesis)
1900. The Echinoderms of Porto Rico. Bulletin of the United States Fish Commission 20(2): 233–263; BHL
1901. Echinoderms from Puget Sound: Observations made on the echinoderms collected by the parties from Columbia University, in Puget Sound in 1896 and 1897. Proceedings of the Boston Society of Natural History 29(15): 323–337;
1902. Papers from the Hopkins Stanford Galapagos Expedition, 1898–1899. XII. Echinodermata. Proceedings of the Washington Academy of Sciences 4: 521–531; BHL
1906. The birds of Amherst and vicinity, 2nd edition; BHL
1907. met Agassiz, A.. Preliminary report on the Echini collected, in 1902, among the Hawaiian Islands, by the U.S. Fish Comussion steamer 'Albatross'. Bulletin of the Museum of Comparative Zoölogy at Harvard College 50(8): 231-259; BHL
The starfishes of the genus Heliaster. Bulletin of the Museum of Comparative Zoölogy at Harvard College 51(2): 25–76; BHL
met Agassiz, A.. Hawaiian and other Pacific Echini. The Cidaridae. Memoirs of the Museum of Comparative Zoölogy at Harvard College 34(1): 1-42; BHL
met Agassiz, A.. Preliminary report on the Echini collected in 1906, from May to December, among the Aleutian Islands, in Bering Sea, and along the coasts of Kamtchatka, Sakhalin, Korea, and Japan, by the U.S. Fish Commission Steamer 'Albatross' in charge of Lieut. Commander L.M. Garrett, U.S.N., Commanding. Bulletin of the Museum of Comparative Zoölogy at Harvard College 51(5): 107–139; BHL
The Cidaridae. Bulletin of the Museum of Comparative Zoölogy at Harvard College 51(7): 163–230; BHL
1908. Some Japanese and East Indian Echinoderms. Bulletin of the Museum of Comparative Zoölogy at Harvard College 51(11): 279–311; BHL
met Agassiz, A.. Hawaiian and other Pacific Echini. The Salenidae, Arbaciadae, Aspidodiadematidae, and Diadematidae. Memoirs of the Museum of Comparative Zoölogy at Harvard College 34(2): 43-132; BHL
The apodous holothurians. A monograph of the Synaptidae and Molpadiidae. Smithsonan Contributions to Knowledge 35: 1–231; BHL
Notes on some Australian and Indo-Pacific echinoderms. Bulletin of the Museum of Comparative Zoölogy at Harvard College 52(7): 107–135; BHL
Scientific results of the trawling expedition of H.M.C.S. 'Thetis' off the coast of New South Wales, in February and March, 1898, Echinodermata. Australian Museum Memoir 4(11): 519–564; BHL
1909. met Agassiz, A.. Hawaiian and other Pacific Echini. The Echinothuridae. Memoirs of the Museum of Comparative Zoölogy at Harvard College 34(3): 135-203; BHL
1910. A new Ophiuran from the West Indies. Proceedings of the United States Museum of Natural History 37(1724): 665–666; BHL
The Echinoderms of Peru. Bulletin of the Museum of Comparative Zoölogy at Harvard College 52(17): 319–358; BHL
1911. North Pacific Ophiurans in the collection of the United States National Museum. Bulletin of the United States National Museum 75: 1–302; BHL
The genera of recent Clypeastroids. Annals and Magazine of Natural History ser. 8, 7(42): 593–605; BHL
1913. Scientific Results of the Expedition to the Gulf of California in charge of C.H. Townsend, by the U.S. Fisheries Steamship 'Albatross' in 1911. Commander C.H. Burrage, U.S.N., Commanding. V. Echinoderms from Lower California, with descriptions of new species. Bulletin of the American Museum of Natural History 32: 185–236; BHL
1914. Growth changes in brittle stars. Papers from the Tortugas Laboratory of the Carnegie Institution Washington 5: 91–126; BHL
The echinoderms of the Western Australian Museum. Records of the Western Australian Museum 1(3): 132–173; BHL
1915. A remarkable new brittle star. Journal of Entomology and Zoology 7: 64–66; BHL
Catalogue of Recent ophiurans. Memoirs of the Museum of Comparative Zoölogy at Harvard College 25(4): 163–376; BHL
The Echinoderms of Ceylon other than Holothurians. Spolia Zeylanica 10(37): 83–102; BHL
1916. Report on the sea-lilies, starfishes, brittle-stars and sea-urchins obtained by the F.I.S. 'Endeavour' on the coasts of Queensland, New South Wales, Tasmania, Victoria, South Australia, and Western Australia. Biological Results of the Fishing experiments carried on by the F.I.S. Endeavour 1909–1914 4(1): 1–123; BHL
1917. Hawaiian and other Pacific Echini. Memoirs of the Museum of Comparative Zoölogy at Harvard College 46(2): 81–283; BHL
Reports on the Scientific Results of the Albatross Expedition to the Tropical Pacific, 1899–1900 (Part 18). Reports on the Scientific results of the Albatross Expedition to the Eastern Tropical Pacific, 1904–1905 (Part 30). Ophiuroidea. Bulletin of the Museum of Comparative Zoölogy at Harvard College 61(12): 429–453; BHL
1918. Brittle stars, new and old. Bulletin of the Museum of Comparative Zoölogy at Harvard College 62(6): 263–338; BHL
1920. Reports on the scientific results of the expedition to the Eastern Tropical Pacific, in charge of Alexander Agassiz, by the US Fish commission Steamer 'Albatross', from October 1905 to March 1905, Lt. Cmdr. L.M. Garrett, U.S.N., Commanding. XXXII. Asteroidea. Memoirs of the Museum of Comparative Zoölogy at Harvard College 39(3): 69–154; BHL
1921. The echinoderm fauna of Torres Strait: its composition and its origin. Department of Marine Biology of the Carnegie Institute. 10: 1–223, pl. 1–38; BHL
1922. The echinoderms of the Challenger Bank, Bermuda. Proceedings of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences '57: 353–361; BHL
1923. Echinoderms from Lower California, with descriptions of new species: supplementary report. Bulletin of the American Museum of Natural History 48(6): 147–163; AMNH
Some Echinoderms from West Australia. Journal of the Linnean Society of London, Zoology 35: 229–251; BHL
The Echinoderm fauna of South Africa. Annals of the South African Museum 13(7): 221–435; BHL
1924. Some holothurians from British Columbia. The Canadian Field-Naturalist 38: 54–57; BHL
The holothurians of the Museum of Comparative Zoology. The Synaptinae. Bulletin of the Museum of Comparative Zoölogy at Harvard College 65(13): 459–501; BHL
1925. Marine zoology of tropical central Pacific: Echinoderms other than sea-stars. Bernice Pauahi Bishop Museum Bulletin 27: 89–112;
Some sea-stars from the Riksmuseum, Stockholm. Arkiv för Zoologi 18(8): 1–8;
A New Clypeaster from Angola. Annals of the South African Museum 20: 317–318; BHL
Echinoderms from the South African Fisheries and Marine Biological Survey, Part 1: Sea-Urchins (Echinoidea). Fisheries and Marine Biological Survey Report 4: 1–16;
1926. Notes on a collection of Echinoderms from the Australian Museum. Records of the Australian Museum 15(2): 183–192;
Echinoderms from the South African Fisheries and Marine Biological Survey, Part 2: Sea-Stars (Asteroidea). Fisheries and Marine Biological Survey Report, Union of South Africa 4: 1–33;
1928. The sea-lilies, sea-stars, brittle-stars and sea-urchins of the South Australian Museum. Records of the South Australian Museum 3(4): 361–482; BHL
1929. A new Miocene Echinoid from California. Transactions of the San Diego Society of Natural History 5: 257–262; BHL
1932. Echinodermata (other than Asteroidea). British Museum (Natural History) Great Barrier Reef Expedition 1928–1929 4: 197–239; BHL
1935. Some New Echinoderms from California. Annals and Magazine of Natural History ser. 10, 15: 120–129;
1936. met Deichmann E.. On Psolicucumis and it allies. Annals and Magazine of Natural History ser. 10, 17: 564–568;
1937. A new Eocene sea-urchin from Alabama. Journal of Paleontology 11: 248–249;
A new sea-urchin from the "Oligocene" of Oregon. Transactions of the San Diego Society of Natural History 8: 367–374; BHL
1938. Echinoderms from Australia, an account of collections made in 1929 and 1932. Memoirs of the Museum of Comparative Zoölogy at Harvard College 55: 1–597; BHL
1939. A new Astroconus from South Australia. Records of the South Australian Museum 6(3): 207–208; BHL
A Remarkable New Genus of Sea-Urchin (Spatangidae). Allan Hancock Pacific Expeditions 2(11): 173–176; BHL
Ophiuroidea. The John Murray Expedition 1933–34 Scientific Reports 6: 29–136;
1940. Eastern Pacific Expeditions of the New York Zoological Society. XXI. Notes on Echinoderms from the West Coast of Central America. Zoologica 25(3): 331–352; BHL
A revision of the keyhole urchins (Mellita). Proceedings of the United States National Museum 89(3099): 435–444; BHL
1941. Reports on the scientific results of the Atlantis expeditions to the West Indies, under the joint auspices of the University of Havana and Harvard University. The Echinoderms (other than holothurians). Memorias de la Sociedad Cubana de Historia Natural 15(1): 1–154;
1942. The echinoderm fauna of Bermuda. Bulletin of the Museum of Comparative Zoölogy at Harvard College 89: 365–391; BHL
1946. The echinoderm fauna of Australia. Its composition and its origin. Carnegie Institution of Washington Publication. No. 566: 1–567
1947. A new and remarkable keyhole urchin Mellita notabilis n. sp. Bulletin of the Southern California Academy of Science 46: 77–78; BHL
1948. A report of the Echini of the Warmer Eastern Pacific, based on the collection of the Velero III. Allan Hancock Pacific Expeditions 8(5): 225–352; BHL