Search by Catalogue Number
Definition: Unique, alpha-numeric identifier designating one specimen or a bulk
lot of specimens.
Format is: museum acronym "TMP", space, four-digit year, period, three-digit
accession series, period, four-digit sequential specimen number. Example: TMP
By searching the first part of a catalogue number (including the acronym TMP),
you can search for all records beginning with that number. Examples:
entering "TMP 1991" will return all records in the 1991 series; entering "TMP
1991.036" will return all records in the TMP 1991.036 series.
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