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Edwin Starks
Edwin Chapin Starks (born in Baraboo, Wisconsin on January 25, 1867; died December 29, 1932) was an ichthyologist most associated with Stanford University. He was known as an authority on the osteology of fish. He also did studies of fish of the Puget Sound. His wife and daughter were also both involved in either science or natural history.
Area: Ichthyology
Years: 1900-1921

Factors of fish classification, Starks, EC. AMERICAN NATURALIST Volume: 60 Pages: 82-94 Published: JAN-FEB 1926>

On a posterior communication of the air bladder with the exterior in fishes, Starks, EC. SCIENCE Volume: 34 Issue: 1 Pages: 496-496 Published: JUL-DEC 1911

A possible line of descent of the gobioid fishes, Starks, EC. SCIENCE Volume: 33 Issue: 1 Pages: 747-748 Published: JAN-JUN 1911

The osteology and mutual relationships of the fishes belonging to the family Scombridae, Starks, EC. JOURNAL OF MORPHOLOGY Volume: 21 Issue: 1 Pages: 77-U37 Published: MAR 1910

The scombroid fishes, Starks, EC. SCIENCE Volume: 30 Issue: 1 Pages: 572-574 Published: JUL-DEC 1909

On the orbitosphenoid in some fishes, Starks, EC. SCIENCE Volume: 28 Pages: 413-415 Published: JUL-DEC 190

Special articles on a communication between the air bladder and the ear in certain spiny rayed fishes, Starks, EC. SCIENCE Volume: 28 Pages: 613-614 Published: JUL-DEC 1908

On the relationship of the fishes of the family Siganid ae, Starks, EC. BIOLOGICAL BULLETIN Volume: 13 Issue: 4 Pages: 211-218 Published: SEP 1907

The osteology of Caularchus m ae ndricis (Girard), Starks, EC. BIOLOGICAL BULLETIN Volume: 9 Issue: 5 Pages: 292-303 Published: OCT 1905

Some notes on the myodome of the fish cranium, Starks, EC. SCIENCE Volume: 21 Pages: 0754-0755 Published: JAN-JUN 1905

A synopsis of characters of some fishes belonging to the order haplomi, Starks, ECP. BIOLOGICAL BULLETIN Volume: 7 Issue: 5 Pages: 254-262 Published: OCT 1904

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Edwin Chapin Starks 1867 - 1932