The Encyclopedia Americana (1920)/Clark, Hubert Lyman
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Clark, Hubert Lyman
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CLARK, Hubert Lyman, American zoologist: b. Amherst, Mass., 9 Jan. 1870. He was educated at Amherst and at Johns Hopkins University. From 1899 to 1905 he was professor of biology at Olivet College; in 1905-12 he was assistant in invertebrate zoology at the Museum of Comparative Zoology, Harvard, and curator of echinoderms after 1912. He has carried on scientific investigations in Jamaica, Bermuda and Torres Strait, Australia, and published many papers dealing with birds, snakes, echinoderms and flowers.