A Contribution to The Biology of North American Vespine by Carl D. Duncan

By Carl D. Duncan

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He published significant papers in every decade from the 1920s into the 21st century. As John Bahcall remarked: “If you know his work, you are inclined to think 52 BIOGRAPHICAL MEMOIRS that he is many different people, all of whom have gotten together and had formed a conspiracy to sign their papers under the same name”(Bahcall, 2005). REFERENCES Bahcall, J. 2005. In the memorial video presented at Cornell University Memorial Meeting, Celebrating an Exemplary Life, September 18. Bethe, H. A. and G.

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