SOME NEW SPECIMENS FOR ZOOLOGICAL TEACHING COLLECTIONS INTRODUCED FROM MOROCCO IN THE FACULTY OF AGRICULTURE – U.A.S.V.M. BUCHAREST, ROMANIA

Published in Scientific Papers. Series A. Agonomy., Vol. LVI
Written by Mala-Maria STAVRESCU-BEDIVAN, Petre Bogdan MATEI

Completing the collections for a zoology laboratory, as part of obligatory student’s instruction, proves to be a long and ongoing process, in which passion, altruism, patience and some kind of self-sacrifice are often involved. Year after year since its beginning, the Biology specialization’s laboratory from University of Agronomic Sciences and Veterinary Medicine of Bucharest reached an important number of vertebrates and macroinvertebrates specimens, most of them belonging especially from field sampling during personal trips or summer practices. For the pedagogical purpose, our collections received recently important help from Dakhla expedition (March-April 2012). Some interesting and well- preserved animal specimens from Morocco/Western Sahara, like whole mollusc shells (Solen, Mytilus, Fissurella, Patella) with barnacles attached, scorpions (Buthus), myriapods, an Raja clavata egg, turtles (Mauremys), and many others, never owned before by U.A.S.V.M. Bucharest, will represent an useful tool in the university practical lessons.

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STAVRESCU-BEDIVAN M. M., MATEI P. B. 2013, SOME NEW SPECIMENS FOR ZOOLOGICAL TEACHING COLLECTIONS INTRODUCED FROM MOROCCO IN THE FACULTY OF AGRICULTURE – U.A.S.V.M. BUCHAREST, ROMANIA . Scientific Papers. Series A. Agonomy., Vol. LVI, ISSN 2285-5785, 508-512.


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