Edmund Jaeger

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Edmund C. Jaeger (1887-1983) was an American biologist known for his works on desert ecology. He was born in Nebraska and moved to California in 1906. He was the first to document a state of extended torpor, approaching hibernation, in a bird, the Common Poorwill. He wrote numerous technical and popular works, including:
  • Denizens of the desert
  • Denizens of the Mountains
  • The California Deserts
  • A Naturalist's Death Valley
  • Our Desert Neighbors
  • Desert Wild Flowers
  • The Mountain Trees of Southern California
  • Introduction to the Natural History of Southern California
  • Source-Book of Biological Names and Terms
  • Source-Book of Medical Terms
  • A dictionary of Greek and Latin : combining forms used in zoological names

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