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Frank M. Carpenter, Sc.D.

Affiliations: 
Harvard Museum of Comparative Zoology Harvard University, Cambridge, MA, United States 
Area:
Entymology
Website:
http://siarchives.si.edu/collections/siris_arc_290831
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"Frank Morton Carpenter"
Bio:

(1902 - 1994)
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Frank_M._Carpenter

Cross-listing: Systematics Tree

Parents

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William Morton Wheeler grad student 1929 Harvard (Chemistry Tree)

Children

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Guy Bush grad student Harvard (Evolution Tree)
William L. Nutting grad student Harvard (Terrestrial Ecology Tree)
William Louis Brown, Jr. grad student 1950 Harvard (Systematics Tree)
Edward O. Wilson grad student 1955 Harvard
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Carpenter FM. (1992) Studies on North American Carboniferous insects. 9. A new species of Eubleptidae from Mazon Creek (Palaeodictyoptera) Psyche. 99: 147-152
Carpenter FM. (1992) Studies on North American Carboniferous insects. 8. New Palaeodictyoptera from Kansas, U.S.A. Psyche. 99: 141-146
Carpenter FM. (1985) Substitute Names for Some Extinct Genera of Fossil Insects Psyche. 92: 575-582
Carpenter FM. (1980) Studies on North American Carboniferous Insects. 6. Upper Carboniferous Insects From Pennsylvania Psyche. 87: 107-119
Saunders WB, Mapes RH, Carpenter FM, et al. (1974) Fossiliferous amber from the Eocene (Claiborne) of the Gulf Coastal Plain Bulletin of the Geological Society of America. 85: 979-984
Carpenter FM. (1969) Fossil Insects From Antarctica Psyche. 76: 418-425
Wilson EO, Carpenter FM, Brown WL. (1967) The first mesozoic ants. Science (New York, N.Y.). 157: 1038-40
Wilson EO, Carpenter FM, Brown WL. (1967) The First Mesozoic Ants, with the Description of a New Subfamily Psyche. 74: 1-19
Carpenter FM. (1963) Studies on North American Carboniferous Insects. 2. The Genus Brodioptera, From the Maritime Provinces, Canada Psyche. 70: 59-63
Carpenter FM. (1963) A Megasecopteron From Upper Carboniferous Strata in Spain Psyche. 70: 44-49
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