Sherman C. Bishop

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Sherman Chauncey Bishop (1887–1951) was a herpetologist and arachnologist from New York. He studied at Cornell University and, with Cyrus R. Crosby, gave the Spruce-fir moss spider its scientific name.[1] His Handbook of Salamanders (1943) was the first serious and comprehensive treatment of North American salamanders since Cope (1889).

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  1. ^ Grobman, Arnold B. (1952-09-26). "Sherman C. Bishop, 1887-1951". Copeia 1952 (3): 127–128. JSTOR 1439691.