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Collections :: Former Curators > Charles F. Walker

(December 27, 1904 - February 16, 1979)
Curator, Division of Reptiles and Amphibians, Museum of Zoology
(1947-1975)

Education:

A.B., Ohio State University, 1930
M.Sc., Ohio State University, 1931
Ph.D., University of Michgan, 1935

Herpetological Publications:

  • 1928. The seasons of birds in central Ohio as shown by six years' migration records. Sci. Bull. Ohio State Mus., 1:9-28.
  • 1928. Henslow's sparrow in Ohio. Sci. Bull. Ohio State Mus., 1:45-46.
  • 1928. Birds of an Ohio cranberry bog. Sci. Bull. Ohio State Mus., 1:59-63.
  • 1928. The starling in central Ohio. Sci. Bull. Ohio State Mus., 1:70.
  • 1928. Wintering Miniotiltidae in central Ohio. Auk, 45:231.
  • 1928. Yellow-crowned night heron nesting in Logan Co., Ohio. Auk, 45:370.
  • 1928. European starling in Upper Peninsula of Michigan. (With W.G. Fargo). Auk, 45:218.
  • 1930. Another record of the red phalarope in Ohio. (With M.B. Trautman). Auk, 47:249.
  • 1930. Long-tailed jaeger in Ohio. (With M.B. Trautman). Auk, 47:242.
  • 1931. An Ohio record for the European teal. Wilson Bull., 43:63.
  • 1931. Description of a new salamander from North Carolina. Proc. Junior Soc. Nat. Sci., Cincinnati Soc. Nat. Hist., 2:48-51.
  • 1931. Notes on reptiles in the collection of the Ohio State Museum. Copeia, (1):9-13.
  • 1932. The identity and status of Pseudotriton duryi. (With W.H. Weller). Copeia, (2):81-83.
  • 1932. Pseudacris brachyphona (Cope), a valid species. Ohio J. Sci., 32:379-384.
  • 1933. A new species of Pseudacris from the southeastern United States. (With B.B. Brandt). Occ. Papers Mus. Zool., Univ. Mich., (272):1-7.
  • 1933. Some new amphibian records for Ohio. Copeia, (4):224.
  • 1933. Recent experimental work with upland game birds in Ohio. (With M.B. Trautman and R.H. King). Proc. 27th Cong. Intl. Assn. Game, Fish, and Conserv. Comm., pp. 108- 110.
  • 1934. Plethodon welleri at White Top Mountain, Virginia. Copeia, (4):190.
  • 1936. Notes on the horned larks of the central Ohio region. Wilson Bull., 48:151-155.
  • 1938. The structure and systematic relationships of the genus Rhinophrynus. Occ. Papers Mus. Zool., Univ. Mich., (372):1-11.
  • 1939. Book Review. Studies in the life history of the song sparrow. 1. A population study of the song sparrow. By M.M. Nice. Ohio J. Sci., 39:63.
  • 1941. The green salamander, Aneides aeneus, in Ohio. (With W. Goodpaster). Copeia, (3):178.
  • 1941. Clay-colored sparrow in Ohio. Wilson Bull., 53:46.
  • 1946. The amphibians of Ohio. Pt. 1. The frogs and toads (order Salientia). Ohio State Archeol. Hist. Soc., 1-109.
  • 1955. New Venezuelan frogs of the genus Eleutherodactylus. (With F.H. Test). Occ. Papers Mus. Zool., Univ. Mich., (561):1-10.
  • 1955. Two new lizards of the genus Lepidophyma from Tamaulipas. Occ. Papers Mus. Zool., Univ. Mich., (564):1-10.
  • 1955. A new salamander of the genus Pseudoeurycea from Tamaulipas. Occ. Papers Mus. Zool., Univ. Mich., (567):1-8.
  • 1955. A new garter snake (Thamnophis) from Tamaulipas. Copeia, (2):110-113.
  • 1966. A new salamander of the genus Bolitoglossa from Chiapas. (With C.J. McCoy). Occ. Papers Mus. Zool., Univ. Mich., (649):1-11.
  • 1973. A new genus and species of microhylid frog from Ecuador. Occ. Paps. Mus. Nat. Hist., Univ. Kansas, (20):1-7.
  • 1974. Description of a new species of microhylid frog, Chiasmocleis, from Ecuador. (With W.E. Duellman). Occ. Paps. Mus. Nat. Hist., Univ. Kansas, (26):1-6.