Edwin Chapin Starks

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Edwin Chapin Starks (born in Baraboo, Wisconsin on January 25, 1867;[1] died December 29, 1932) was an ichthyologist most associated with Stanford University. He was known as an authority on the osteology of fish. He also did studies of fish of the Puget Sound. Additionally his wife and daughter were both involved in either science or natural history.[2]

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