Ailsa McGown Clark

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Ailsa McGown Clark (1926-2014) was a British zoologist, specialised in Echinodermata.

Most of her life, she worked at the British Museum (Natural History). Appointed scientific officer in Department of Zoology 1948; senior scientific officer 1953; principal scientific officer 1958; retired 1986

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  • Clark, A.M. 1951. On some echinoderms in the British Museum (Natural History). Annals and Magazine of Natural History ser 12, 4: 1256–1268

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  • Clark, A.M. 1955. Echinodermata of the Gold Coast. Journal of the West African Science Association 1: 16–56

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  • Clark, A.M. 1956. A note on some species of the family Asterinidae (Class Asteroidea). Annals and Magazine of Natural History ser. 12, 9: 374–383

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  • Clark, A.M. 1962. Asteroidea. British, Australian, and New Zealand Antarctic Research Expedition (1929-1931) Reports Series B. Zoology and Botany 9: 1–104
  • Clark, A.M. 1962. Starfishes and their relations
  • Clark, A.M. & Wright, C.W. 1962. A new genus and species of recent starfishes belonging to the aberrant family Sphaerasteridae, with notes on the possible origin and affinities of the family. Annals and Magzine of Natural History ser. 13, 5: 243–251

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  • Clark, A.M. 1975. The Swain Reefs Expedition: Crinoidea. Records of the Australian Museum 29(13): 391–406

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