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| Isla Cedros ||[[HANNA, G. Dallas |G. D. Hanna]] & [[TOSE, F.|F. Tose]]  || CAS||July 23, 1922||CAS-4172|| ''Chaetodipus fallax'' ||Mammals
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| Isla Cedros ||[[HANNA, G. Dallas |G. D. Hanna]] & [[TOSE, Frank|F. Tose]]  || CAS||July 23, 1922||CAS-25488|| ''Carduelis psaltria hesperophila'' ||Birds
 
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| Isla Cedros ||[[HANNA, G. Dallas |G. D. Hanna]] & [[TOSE, F.|F. Tose]]  || CAS||August 6, 1922||CAS-4244|| ''Peromyscus eremicus cedrosensis'' ||Mammals
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| Isla Cedros ||[[HANNA, G. Dallas |G. D. Hanna]] & [[TOSE, Frank|F. Tose]]  || CAS||July 23, 1922||CAS-4172|| ''Chaetodipus fallax'' ||Mammals
 
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| Isla Cedros ||[[HANNA, G. Dallas |G. D. Hanna]] & [[TOSE, F.|F. Tose]]  || CAS||August 6, 1922||CAS-4245|| ''Peromyscus eremicus cedrosensis'' ||Mammals
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| Isla Cedros ||[[HANNA, G. Dallas |G. D. Hanna]] & [[TOSE, Frank|F. Tose]]  || CAS||August 6, 1922||CAS-4244|| ''Peromyscus eremicus cedrosensis'' ||Mammals
 
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| Isla Cedros ||[[HANNA, G. Dallas |G. D. Hanna]] & [[TOSE, F.|F. Tose]]  || CAS||August 6, 1922||CAS-4143|| ''Peromyscus eremicus cedrosensis'' ||Mammals
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| Isla Cedros ||[[HANNA, G. Dallas |G. D. Hanna]] & [[TOSE, Frank|F. Tose]]  || CAS||August 6, 1922||CAS-4245|| ''Peromyscus eremicus cedrosensis'' ||Mammals
 
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| Isla Cedros ||[[HANNA, G. Dallas |G. D. Hanna]] & [[TOSE, F.|F. Tose]]  || CAS||August 8, 1922||CAS-4141|| ''Peromyscus eremicus cedrosensis'' ||Mammals
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| Isla Cedros ||[[HANNA, G. Dallas |G. D. Hanna]] & [[TOSE, Frank|F. Tose]]  || CAS||August 6, 1922||CAS-4143|| ''Peromyscus eremicus cedrosensis'' ||Mammals
 
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| Isla Cedros ||[[HANNA, G. Dallas |G. D. Hanna]] & [[TOSE, F.|F. Tose]]  || CAS||August 11, 1922||CAS-4146|| ''Peromyscus eremicus cedrosensis'' ||Mammals
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| Isla Cedros ||[[HANNA, G. Dallas |G. D. Hanna]] & [[TOSE, Frank|F. Tose]]  || CAS||August 8, 1922||CAS-4141|| ''Peromyscus eremicus cedrosensis'' ||Mammals
 
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| Isla Cedros ||[[HANNA, G. Dallas |G. D. Hanna]] & [[TOSE, F.|F. Tose]]  || CAS||August 11, 1922||CAS-4147|| ''Peromyscus eremicus cedrosensis'' ||Mammals
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| Isla Cedros ||[[HANNA, G. Dallas |G. D. Hanna]] & [[TOSE, Frank|F. Tose]]  || CAS||August 11, 1922||CAS-4146|| ''Peromyscus eremicus cedrosensis'' ||Mammals
 
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| Isla Cedros ||[[HANNA, G. Dallas |G. D. Hanna]] & [[TOSE, F.|F. Tose]]  || CAS||August 12, 1922||CAS-4141|| ''Peromyscus eremicus cedrosensis'' ||Mammals
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| Isla Cedros ||[[HANNA, G. Dallas |G. D. Hanna]] & [[TOSE, Frank|F. Tose]]  || CAS||August 11, 1922||CAS-4147|| ''Peromyscus eremicus cedrosensis'' ||Mammals
 
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| Isla Cedros ||[[HANNA, G. Dallas |G. D. Hanna]] & [[TOSE, F.|F. Tose]]  || CAS||August 12, 1922||CAS-4304|| ''Peromyscus '' ||Mammals
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| Isla Cedros ||[[HANNA, G. Dallas |G. D. Hanna]] & [[TOSE, Frank|F. Tose]]  || CAS||August 12, 1922||CAS-4141|| ''Peromyscus eremicus cedrosensis'' ||Mammals
 
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| Isla Cedros ||[[HANNA, G. Dallas |G. D. Hanna]] & [[TOSE, F.|F. Tose]]  || CAS||August 12, 1922||CAS-4142|| ''Peromyscus eremicus cedrosensis'' ||Mammals
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| Isla Cedros ||[[HANNA, G. Dallas |G. D. Hanna]] & [[TOSE, Frank|F. Tose]]  || CAS||August 12, 1922||CAS-4304|| ''Peromyscus '' ||Mammals
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| Isla Cedros ||[[HANNA, G. Dallas |G. D. Hanna]] & [[TOSE, Frank|F. Tose]]  || CAS||August 12, 1922||CAS-4142|| ''Peromyscus eremicus cedrosensis'' ||Mammals
 
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Revision as of 19:05, 4 October 2019


Guadalupe Island, 1922 sketch by Frank Tose
Frank Tose

TOSE, Frank (1884-1944), born in Whitby, England on Jan. 7, 1884, Tose settled in San Francisco in 1922. After joining the staff of the Academy of Sciences where he became chief taxidermist of the museum, he made several trips to Africa to get specimens for the African Hall in Golden Gate Park. As an accomplished artist, Tose also created the large habitat groups and dioramas there and was assisted by his son Cecil Tose (1912-1958). His small paintings are mostly exotic birds and other creatures.

In 1922 Tose acted as taxidermist and accompanied a Mexican-American expedition to the islands off the west coast of Lower California with A. W. Anthony, G Dallas Hanna and J. R. Slevin. The expedition visited the islands of: Guadalupe, San Martin, Cedros, the three San Benitos, Nativdad, San Roque, Asuncion, Magdalena and Santa Margarita.

Frank Tose died in San Francisco on Nov. 14, 1944.


Tose collected on:



ISLA CEDROS
ISLAND COLLECTOR INSTITUTION DATE NUMBER SPECIMEN
Isla Cedros G. D. Hanna & F. Tose CAS July 23, 1922 CAS-25488 Carduelis psaltria hesperophila Birds
Isla Cedros G. D. Hanna & F. Tose CAS July 23, 1922 CAS-4172 Chaetodipus fallax Mammals
Isla Cedros G. D. Hanna & F. Tose CAS August 6, 1922 CAS-4244 Peromyscus eremicus cedrosensis Mammals
Isla Cedros G. D. Hanna & F. Tose CAS August 6, 1922 CAS-4245 Peromyscus eremicus cedrosensis Mammals
Isla Cedros G. D. Hanna & F. Tose CAS August 6, 1922 CAS-4143 Peromyscus eremicus cedrosensis Mammals
Isla Cedros G. D. Hanna & F. Tose CAS August 8, 1922 CAS-4141 Peromyscus eremicus cedrosensis Mammals
Isla Cedros G. D. Hanna & F. Tose CAS August 11, 1922 CAS-4146 Peromyscus eremicus cedrosensis Mammals
Isla Cedros G. D. Hanna & F. Tose CAS August 11, 1922 CAS-4147 Peromyscus eremicus cedrosensis Mammals
Isla Cedros G. D. Hanna & F. Tose CAS August 12, 1922 CAS-4141 Peromyscus eremicus cedrosensis Mammals
Isla Cedros G. D. Hanna & F. Tose CAS August 12, 1922 CAS-4304 Peromyscus Mammals
Isla Cedros G. D. Hanna & F. Tose CAS August 12, 1922 CAS-4142 Peromyscus eremicus cedrosensis Mammals



In the News~

Los Angeles Times [July 11, 1922]: “Party to seek rare mammals. Mexicans and Americans on exploration trip. Lower California is mecca of scientific party. Commissioner of fisheries in charge of work. San Diego, July 10. The Mexican fisheries guard boat Tecate, on which a party of Mexican and American scientists are to seek reported remnants of rare species of mammals in Lower California waters in the next few weeks, left San Diego yesterday. The Mexican government supplied the boat and subsistence for forty-five days for the party. The Tecate is under the general direction and supervision of Prof. Carlos Cuesta Terron, commissioner of fisheries, Mexico City, who has associated with him the following Mexican scientists: Prof. Jose M. Gallegos, mammalogist and botanist, and Luis G. Rubio, taxidermist of the natural history museum, Mexico City; Rodolpho Lasano, inspector of lighthouses, Ensenada, and Enrico Gonzales, inspector of fisheries, Tijuana. The American scientific staff of the expedition is composed of Dr. G Dallas Hanna, secretary of the committee on conservation of marine life of the Pacific and curator of the California Academy of Sciences, San Francisco; A. W. Anthony, member of the committee on conservation of marine life of the Pacific and curator of vertebrates in the San Diego Natural History Museum, Balboa Park; Joseph R. Slevin, assistant curator of herpetology, and Frank Tose, chief taxidermist of the museum of the California Academy of Sciences; P. S. Barnhart of the Scripps Institution for Biological Research, and Ernest Hinkley of the San Diego Natural History Museum, Balboa Park.”