Chordata

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Catalog # Name Description
1 00.22.0001 Shark tooth
2 00.22.0002 Shark tooth
3 00.22.0003 Shark tooth
4 00.22.0004 Shark egg shell
5 00.22.0005 Shark egg shell
6 00.22.0006 Ray, sting Spine.
7 00.22.0007 Ray, sting Strings. 3 parts.
8 00.22.0008 Skate Egg case.
9 00.22.0009 Skate Egg case.
10 00.22.0010 Skate Egg case.
11 00.22.0011 Skate Egg case.
12 00.22.0012 Skate Egg case.
13 00.22.0013 Skate Egg case.
14 00.22.0014 Ray, sting egg case
15 00.22.0015 Skate Egg case.
16 00.22.0016 Skate Egg case.
17 00.22.0017 Skate Egg case.
18 00.22.0018 Skate Egg case.
19 00.22.0019 Skate Egg case.
20 00.22.0020 Skate Egg case.
21 00.22.0021 Skate Egg case.
22 00.22.0022 Ray, sting Egg case.
23 00.22.0023 Skate Egg case.
24 00.22.0024 Sawfish Snout.
25 00.22.0025 Sawfish Snout.
26 00.22.0026 Sawfish Snout.
27 00.22.0027 Sawfish Snout.
28 00.22.0028 Sawfish Snout.
29 00.22.0029 Sawfish Snout.
30 00.23.0001 Swordfish Eye.
31 00.23.0002 Swordfish Scales.
32 00.23.0003 Fish Scales.
33 00.23.0004 Fish Bone.
34 00.23.0005 Fish Gar skull. A. right jaw. B. left jaw.
35 00.23.0006 Pike, walleye Bone.
36 00.23.0007 Perch Perch The yellow perch is widely distributed throughout Iowa. It is a superior food and game fish found in lakes and streams over muddy bottoms.  Perca, flavessens Donated by Professor G.W. Walters
37 00.23.0008 Bluegill, Northern The Northern BlueGill, lepomis macrochinus This fish is reported from every county in Iowa. Because of its adaptability to varied environments, it is found in most ponds, streams, and lakes, although, it is most numerous in clean waters with an abundant vegetation and with sand or gravel bottoms 
38 00.23.0009 Trout, brook None
39 00.23.0011 Bowfin Bone from bowfin or dogfish.. The bowfin or dogfish This is a primitive type of bony fish. Although the body feels smooth and leathery, it is actually covered with rounded scales, which are smooth and have no rough prickles like some other fish. Note the long dorsal (back) fin and the rounded caudal (tail) fin. In Iowa the bowfin is confined largely to the channel and overflow waters of the Mississippi, although small population is known from Spirit Lake. Donated by Professor Walters Sept. 1906
40 00.23.0012 Pike, Northern Head.
41 00.23.0013 Fish, porcupine None
42 00.23.0014 Seahorse None
43 00.23.0015 Fish Vertebra.
44 00.23.0016 Fish Vertebra.
45 00.23.0017 Fish Bone.
46 00.23.0018 Gar, alligator Alligator Gar mounted on wood board. Diamond shaped ganoid scales. Brief description mounted on board
47 00.23.0019 Sailfish Two specimens. a.. fish .b. Certificate for catching sailfish.
48 00.24.0001 Frog, leopard None
49 00.24.0002 Frog, leopard None
50 00.24.0003 Frog, leopard Frog is in a leaping postion. Is missing an arm.