Carl H. Eigenmann

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Carl H. Eigenmann (March 9, 1863 – April 24, 1927), German-born American ichthyologist. Husband of American ichthyologist Rosa Smith Eigenmann.

Author abbreviation: C.H.Eigenmann

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Publications[edit]

  • Eigenmann, C.H. 1887. Description of a new species of Ophichthys (Ophichthys retropinnis), from Pensacola, Fla. Proceedings of the United States National Museum 10(613): 116.
  • Eigenmann, C.H. 1887. Notes on the specific names of certain North American fishes. Proceedings of the Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia 39: 295–296.
  • Eigenmann, C.H. & R.S. Eigenmann 1888. A list of the American species of Gobiidae and Callionymidae, with notes on the specimens contained in the Museum of Comparative Zoölogy, at Cambridge, Massachusetts. Proceedings of the California Academy of Sciences (Series 2) 1(pt 1): 51–78.
  • Eigenmann, C.H. & Eigenmann, R.S. 1889. Preliminary notes on South American Nematognathi. II. Proceedings of the California Academy of Sciences, (Series 2) 2: 28–56. BHL reference page 
  • Jordan, D.S. & Eigenmann, C.H. 1889. A review of the Sciaenidae of America and Europe. United States Commission of Fish and Fisheries, Report of the Commissioner, '14 (for 1886) (art. 3): 343–451, Pls. 1-4. BHL reference page 
  • Eigenmann, C.H. & Eigenmann, R.S. 1890. Additions to the fauna of San Diego. Proceedings of the California Academy of Sciences, (Series 2) 3: 1–24. BHL reference page 
  • Eigenmann, C.H. 1890. The Point Loma blind fish and its relatives. Zoe, A Biological Journal 1(3): 65–72, Pls. 2–3.
  • Eigenmann, C.H. 1891. A new diodont. American Naturalist 25(300): 1133.
  • Eigenmann, C.H. 1892. The Percopsidae on the Pacific slope. Science 20(507): 233–234.
  • Eigenmann, C.H. 1893. Catalogue of the fresh-water fishes of Central America and southern Mexico. Proceedings of the United States National Museum 16(925): 53–60.
  • Eigenmann, C.H. 1894. On the viviparous fishes of the Pacific Coast of North America. Bulletin of the U. S. Fish Commission 12 [1892]: 381–478.
  • Eigenmann, C.H. 1894. Notes on some South American fishes. Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences 7(art. 5): 625–637.
  • Eigenmann, C.H. 1894. Results of explorations in western Canada and the northwestern United States. Bulletin of the U. S. Fish Commission 14 (for 1894): 101–132, Pls. 5–8.
  • Eigenmann, C.H. & Bray, W.L. 1894. A revision of the American Cichlidae. Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences, '7(4): 607–624. BHL reference page 
  • Eigenmann, C.H. 1897. Steindachneria. American Naturalist 31: 158–159.
  • Eigenmann, C.H. 1898. The Amblyopsidae and eyes of blind fishes. Proceedings of the Indiana Academy Science 7 (for 1897): 230–231.
  • Eigenmann, C.H. 1898. On the Amblyopsidae. Science (new series) 7(164): 227.
  • Eigenmann, C.H. 1898. A new blind fish. Proceedings of the Indiana Academy Science 7 (for 1897): 231.
  • Eigenmann, C.H. 1898. The Amblyopsidae, the blind fish of America. Report of the British Association for the Advancement of Science 67th Meeting [1897]: 685–686.
  • Eigenmann, C.H. 1899. A case of convergence. Science (new series) 9(217): 280–282.
  • Eigenmann, C.H. 1899. Degeneration in the eyes of the Amblyopsidae, its plan, process and causes. Proceedings of the Indiana Academy Science 8 (for 1898): 239–241.
  • Eigenmann, C.H. 1899. A case of convergence. Proceedings of the Indiana Academy Science 8 (for 1898): 247–251.
  • Eigenmann, C.H. 1900. Degeneration in the eyes of the cold-blooded vertebrates of the North American caves. Science (new series) 11(274): 492–503.
  • Eigenmann, C. H. & Norris, A. A. 1900. Sobre alguns peixes de S. Paulo, Brazil. Revista do Museu Paulista 4: 349–362. BHL reference page 
  • Eigenmann, C.H. 1903. The fresh-water fishes of western Cuba. Bulletin of the United States Fish Commission 22: 211–236, plates 19–21. Full article (PDF) reference page 
  • Eigenmann, C.H. 1903. New genera of South American fresh-water fishes, and new names for old genera. Smithsonian Miscellaneous Collections 45: 144–148. reference page 
  • Eigenmann, C.H. & Kennedy, C.H. 1903. On a collection of fishes from Paraguay, with a synopsis of the American genera of cichlids. Proceedings of the Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia 55: 497–537. BHL reference page 
  • Eigenmann, C.H. & Ogle, F. 1907. An annotated list of characin fishes in the United States National Museum and the Museum of Indiana University, with descriptions of new species. Proceedings of the United States National Museum 33 (no. 1556): 1–36. BHL reference page 
  • Eigenmann, C.H., McAtee, W.L. & Ward, D.P., 1907. On further collections of fishes from Paraguay. Annals of the Carnegie Museum v. 4 (no. 2): 110–157, Pls. 31–45. BHL  reference page 
  • Eigenmann, C.H. 1907. Fowler's "Heterognathus Fishes" with a note on the Stethaprioninae. American Naturalist 41(492): 767–772. reference page 
  • Eigenmann, C.H. 1908. Preliminary descriptions of new genera and species of tetragonopterid characins. (Zoölogical Results of the Thayer Brazilian expedition.). Bulletin of the Museum of Comparative Zoology 52(6): 91–106. BHL reference page 
  • Eigenmann, C.H. 1909. Reports on the expedition to British Guiana of the Indiana University and the Carnegie Museum, 1908. Report no. 1. Some new genera and species of fishes from British Guiana. Annals of the Carnegie Museum 6(1): 4–54. BHL reference page 
  • Eigenmann, C. H. 1911. New characins in the collection of the Carnegie Museum. Annals of the Carnegie Museum 8(1): 164–181, Pls. 4–9. BHL reference page 
  • Eigenmann, C.H., 1912: Some results from an ichthyological reconnaissance of Colombia, South America. Part I. (Contrib. Zool. Lab. Ind. Univ. No. 127.). Indiana University Studies, No. 16 [sic No. 8]: 1–27. [Cover date Sept. 1912, issued 23 Dec. 1912, No. 8 on cover, is No. 16.] reference page 
  • Eigenmann, C. H. 1912. The freshwater fishes of British Guiana, including a study of the ecological grouping of species, and the relation of the fauna of the plateau to that of the lowlands. Memoirs of the Carnegie Museum 5(1): i–xxii + 1–578, Pls. 1–103. BHL reference page 
  • Eigenmann, C. H. 1913. Some results from an ichthyological reconnaissance of Colombia, South America. Part II. [Includes 5 separate subtitles.] (Contrib. Zool. Lab. Ind. Univ. No. 131). Indiana University Studies 18: 1–32. reference page 
  • Eigenmann, C. H., Henn, A. W. & Wilson, C. 1914. New fishes from western Colombia, Ecuador, and Peru. (Contrib. Zool. Lab. Ind. Univ. No. 133.) Indiana University Studies 19: 1–15. reference page 
  • Eigenmann, C. H. 1915. The Cheirodontinae, a subfamily of minute characid fishes of South America. Memoirs of the Carnegie Museum 7(1): 1–99, Pls. 1–17. BHL reference page 
  • Eigenmann, C. H. 1922. The fishes of western South America, Part I. The fresh-water fishes of northwestern South America, including Colombia, Panama, and the Pacific slopes of Ecuador and Peru, together with an appendix upon the fishes of the Rio Meta in Colombia. Memoirs of the Carnegie Museum v. 9 (no. 1): 1–346, Pls. 1–38. reference page 
  • Eigenmann, C.H. 1928. The fresh-water fishes of Chile. Memoirs of the National Academy of Sciences v. 22 (no. 2): 1–63, Pls. 1–16. reference page 
  • Eigenmann, C.H. & Myers, G.S. 1929. The American Characidae [Part 5, and incl. Supplement by G.S. Myers, pp. 516–550]. Memoirs of the Museum of Comparative Zoology v. 43 (pt 5): 429–558, Pls. 57, 63, 70–74, 81–83, 94. reference page 

Bibliography[edit]

  • Eigenmann, C.H. and Allen, W.R.. Fishes of western South America. I. The intercordilleran and Amazonian lowlands of Peru. II. The high pampas of Peru, Bolivia, and northern Chile. With a revision of the Peruvian Gymnotidae, and of the genus Orestias. Univ. Kentucky. Fishes of Western South America i–xv + 1–494 (1942).


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