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   ISSN 1198-6727  Fisheries Centre Research Reports    2005 Volume 13 Number 6  INTERNATIONAL SURVEY OF SCIENTIFIC COLLECTIONS OF STELLER SEA LIONS     Fisheries Centre, University of British Columbia, Canada   International Survey of Scientific Collections of Steller Sea Lions†                                                 †Cite as: Miller, E.H., Trites, A.W., Wiig, Ø.  2005. International survey of scientific collections of Steller sea lions. Fisheries Centre Research Reports 13(6). Fisheries Centre, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Canada.    by   Edward H. Miller Biology Department Memorial University of Newfoundland  Andrew W. Trites Marine Mammal Research Unit Fisheries Centre University of British Columbia   Øystein Wiig Natural History Museum University of Oslo        Fisheries Centre Research Reports 13(6) 69 pages © published 2005 by  The Fisheries Centre, University of British Columbia  2202 Main Mall Vancouver, B.C., Canada, V6T 1Z4      ISSN 1198-6727    Fisheries Centre Research Reports 13(6) 2005   INTERNATIONAL SURVEY OF SCIENTIFIC COLLECTIONS OF STELLER SEA LIONS    by  Edward H. Miller, Andrew W. Trites and Øystein Wiig    CONTENTS    Page DIRECTOR’S FOREWORD ......................................................................................................................................2 ABSTRACT ...........................................................................................................................................................3 INTRODUCTION ...................................................................................................................................................4 MATERIALS AND METHODS .................................................................................................................................. 5 Collections surveyed ............................................................................................................................ 5 RESULTS ............................................................................................................................................................. 5 Collections analysis.............................................................................................................................. 5 DISCUSSION ...................................................................................................................................................... 10 Biases and sources of error................................................................................................................ 10 Recommendations and concluding comments ..................................................................................11 ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS....................................................................................................................................... 12 REFERENCES ..................................................................................................................................................... 13 APPENDICES...................................................................................................................................................... 14 Summary of surveyed collections with specimens............................................................................ 14 Summary of selected specimen data ................................................................................................. 19         A Research Report from the Fisheries Centre at UBC 69 pages © Fisheries Centre, University of British Columbia, 2005     FISHERIES CENTRE RESEARCH REPORTS ARE ABSTRACTED IN THE FAO AQUATIC SCIENCES AND FISHERIES ABSTRACTS (ASFA)  ISSN 1198-6727  2 International Survey of Scientific Collections of Steller Sea Lions, E.H. Miller, A.W. Trites, and Ø. Wiig   DIRECTOR’S FOREWORD In recent years, numerous new uses have been identified for the specimens in museum collections.  Indeed, the application of new analytic techniques to these specimens has transformed museums into veritable time machines, enabling us to reconstruct not only past flora and fauna, but entire ecosystems, and to test hypotheses about the processes that link organisms. Thus, for example, both diet compositions and phylogenies can be retrieved from bits of bones, via isotopes of Carbon and Nitrogen, and the DNA they contain, thereby complementing the morphological studies that were en vogue at the time the collections were started.  For the power of new techniques and studies to be unleashed, the locations and contents of available collections need to be identified. Various initiatives are underway to do just so, such as the one presented here, which should have an immense impact on research.   The decline of Steller sea lions in the Gulf of Alaska and Aleutian Islands is a puzzling mystery. Clues to resolving what has happened to them may well be locked in the bones of sea lions sitting in museums and private collections around the world. As such, the available collections of Steller sea lion artifacts and their contents that are listed in the following pages will help researchers to go back in time to test hypotheses about changes that occurred to sea lions and their ecosystems.  The value of such work cannot be overrated and is only made possible because of museums and the dedicated individuals who prepare and maintain the collections.    Daniel Pauly Director Fisheries Centre UBC     International Survey of Scientific Collections of Steller Sea Lions, E.H. Miller, Ø. Wiig, and A.W. Trites   3  INTERNATIONAL SURVEY OF SCIENTIFIC COLLECTIONS OF STELLER SEA LIONS   Edward H. Miller Biology Department, Memorial University of Newfoundland,  tmiller@mun.ca Andrew W. Trites Marine Mammal Research Unit, Fisheries Centre, University of British Columbia  a.trites@fisheries.ubc.ca  Øystein Wiig Natural History Museum, University of Oslo  oystein.wiig@nhm.uio.no    ABSTRACT We examined or obtained information on specimens of Steller sea lions in museums and other collections. We report on 1740 specimens (complete or partial skulls) in 44 collections in Canada, Germany, Japan, the Netherlands, Russia, the United Kingdom, and the United States. At least several hundred other specimens also exist, mainly in Japan and Russia. Collection dates range from 1842 to the present. Geographically, specimens are well represented in both “Western” and “Eastern” regions (separated at 144 W longitude): 509 and 956, respectively. Collection localities within Alaskan regions 2 (Eastern Gulf of Alaska) to 8 (Eastern Bering Sea) are represented by 290 specimens; another 566 specimens are from Japan and Russia and 462 from Alaska region 1 (Southeastern Alaska) southwards. Thus specimens are well spread across the species’ breeding range, including areas of population decline. Representation is also good for the period of population decline and earlier periods: 442 specimens are from before 1960, 352 from 1960-69, 370 from 1970-79, and 487 from 1980 onwards. There are some problems with quality of data, and with seasonal and geographic representation, but we conclude that ample specimens exist to permit research pertinent to population declines in parts of the species’ range.     4 International Survey of Scientific Collections of Steller Sea Lions, E.H. Miller, A.W. Trites , and Ø. Wiig   INTRODUCTION Biological collections originated and grew for several reasons. Many early collections reflect explorations by Europeans. These have served as the basis of scientific descriptions of many new forms and for documenting geographic distributions. Much subsequent growth of collections resulted from scientific expeditions to particular places or from targeted collecting to close gaps in taxonomic or distributional knowledge. Enlarged collections enabled comprehensive taxonomic research and theoretically based investigations in many facets of systematic and evolutionary biology. Collections have come to be used in non-traditional disciplines only relatively recently (Miller 1984, 1993; Miller and Scudder 1994; Odsjö 1991). For example, in recent years museum collections have been used increasingly for ecological and environmental studies because many collections are large and made over large geographic and temporal scales: stable isotopes inform about marine mammal diet, including geographic, age- and sex-related variation (Das et al. 2000; Hoelzel et al. 2002; Lesage et al. 2001; Walker and Macko 1999; Walker et al. 1999); time series of seal skulls collected over nearly two centuries reveal trends correlated with anthropogenic pollution (Bergman et al. 1992; Schandorff 1997; Zakharov and Yablokov 1990; Zakharov et al. 1997); etc. The present study grew from a proposal by EHM and ØW to investigate museum specimens (skulls) of the Steller sea lion (Eumetopias jubatus) in relation to population declines in parts of the species’ range (Committee on the Alaska Groundfish Fishery and Steller Sea Lions 2003). The North Pacific Universities Marine Mammal Research Consortium (NPUMMRC) suggested that a survey of collections be undertaken first, to determine whether adequate material exists to support such investigations; hence the present report.       International Survey of Scientific Collections of Steller Sea Lions, E.H. Miller, A.W. Trites, and Ø. Wiig  5    MATERIALS AND METHODS Collections surveyed We visited collections in Canada, Japan, Russia, the United Kingdom, and the United States, and obtained information on other collections through correspondence; overall we obtained information on 44 collections (Appendix A). During visits we inspected specimens, specimen labels, and catalogues, if possible. Here we include data on skulls or on specimens that have skulls (e.g., fetuses preserved in fluid). Some specimens are partial (e.g., broken cranium; isolated mandible), a few are teeth, and a few are subfossils; however the vast majority of specimens are more-or-less intact skulls. We exclude data on specimens represented by only tanned skins or postcranial material. Specimen data varied in quality and completeness, reflecting the varied sources and purposes of specimens and standards of the day. For example, some early specimens have no or only general information about locality; some specimens represent zoo animals; etc. Most specimens are from animals killed or found dead in the wild however; most specimens collected in recent years represent animals found dead. We recorded information on age and sex only if it was included on labels or in catalogues; we did not assign sex or correct obviously mis-sexed specimens because it would have biased the sample towards old males. Collection dates of some specimens were estimated based on latest possible dates. In some cases it was possible to set latest dates based upon a specimen’s position in sequences of accession or catalogue numbers. In other cases an approximate range of dates enabled an estimate; e.g., “late 1800s” would have been included in the final decade of that century (i.e., 1890-99) for data analysis. This survey is not complete because it was not possible to visit or obtain information on all collections. Some other important Russian and Japanese collections (totalling several hundred skulls) exist and should be included in future studies. Nevertheless, we think that >90% of existing specimens are included in our survey, hence that our analyses and conclusions are firm. Raw data are summarized in two ways. Appendix B in this report summarizes data as discussed below. They are organized by country and by year of collection within country. Locality details are abbreviated.   RESULTS Collections analysis Year and season of collection The oldest specimen was collected in 1842 and specimens continue to be collected; thus material exists that covers a span of approximately 160 years (Figures 1, 2). The median date of collection is 1969, thus specimens have been collected at a higher rate over the last 32 years than over the first 127 years of the sampling period. In addition, periods of high collecting activity are evident. For example, only 22 specimens pre-date 1880 but 50 were collected in the 1880s; 114 were collected in the 1950s but 352 in the 1960s; etc. (Table 1).   6 International Survey of Scientific Collections of Steller Sea Lions, E.H. Miller, A.W. Trites , and Ø. Wiig         0501001502002503003504001830 1850 1870 1890 1910 1930 1950 1970 1990No. of specimensDecade of collectionmedian = 1969Figure 1. Specimens of Steller sea lions have been collected over more than 150 years, but rate of collecting has been uneven and has increased in recent decades.  Figure 2. Collection dates of specimens of Steller sea lions are skewed towards recent decades due to some targeted research programs plus salvages of animals found dead. International Survey of Scientific Collections of Steller Sea Lions, E.H. Miller, A.W. Trites, and Ø. Wiig  7      Table 1. Summary of specimens broken down by sex and year-range of collection.   Sex:  Date of collection Females Males Totals 1  1840-49  0  0  3 1850-59 0 4 6 1860-69 0 0 4 1870-79 1 1 9 1880-89 4 14 50 1890-99 8 11 37 Totals pre-1900 13 30 109     1900-09 23 34 66 1910-19 10 23 39 1920-29 7 18 33 1930-39 2 6 22 1940-49 13 34 52 1950-59 45 53 114 1960-69 136  184 352 1970-79 138 121 270 Totals 1900-79 374 473 948 Totals pre-1980 387 503 1057     1980-89 80 34 120 1990+ 184 178 367 Totals 1980+ 264 212 487  1 Including specimens of unknown sex.    Table 2. Summary of specimens broken down by country/state/province and sex.   Sex:   Females Males Totals 1  California  148  129  346 Oregon 18 14 38 Washington 19 24 49 Alaska 186 239 522 United States: total 2 371 408 965 1,2     British Columbia 18 37 68     Russia 51 74 160     Japan 190 229 427     Totals3 656 784 1740 1,2,3 1 Including specimens of unknown sex. 2 Including specimens from unknown states. 3 Including specimens from unknown countries.  8 International Survey of Scientific Collections of Steller Sea Lions, E.H. Miller, A.W. Trites , and Ø. Wiig      Figure 3. Specimens of Steller sea lions are well distributed across geographic divisions of the species’ range (following Sease et al. 2001) and time. Numbers within each division refer to total number of specimens and (in parentheses) numbers of specimens collected before 1970, 1970-79, and after 1979.   For the four quarters of the year (January- March; April- June; July-September; October-December), 409, 295, 309, and 144 specimens exist, respectively.  Geographic representation Most specimens have good locality information. Most (60%) specimens from known localities are from the United States (55% Alaska, 36% California, 5% Washington, 4% Oregon) (Table 2). This was followed by Japan (26%), Russia (10%), and Canada (British Columbia; 4%). Geographic coverage in Alaska is uneven (Figure 3). Only seven specimens exist from Southeastern Alaska (Alaska region 1) and only 3 and 9 from the Western and Central Aleutian Islands (Alaska regions 6 and 7), respectively. However, other areas where the species has declined are well sampled: Gulf of Alaska (regions 2-4), 204 specimens; Eastern Aleutian Islands (region 5), 30 specimens; and Eastern Bering Sea (region 8), 113 specimens. In addition, there are 566 specimens from Japan plus Russia. Most of these are from Hokkaido, the Kuril Islands, and the Sea of Okhotsk (91%); the remainder are from Kamchatka, the Commander Islands, and the western Bering Sea generally. Further specimens from the latter three areas (collectively the region “Western Bering Sea” in included data files) have been collected recently and are continuing to be collected; others could not be included in our analyses (Sokolov et al. 1984; V. Burkhanov pers. comm.). International Survey of Scientific Collections of Steller Sea Lions, E.H. Miller, A.W. Trites, and Ø. Wiig  9      Figure 4. Specimens of Steller sea lions are unevenly distributed in California; numbers indicate the specimens documented for each county. San Mateo County, with the long-collected area centering at the breeding site Ano Nuevo Island, has 168 known specimens.   Uneven coverage is also apparent in the southern United States (Table 2). Within California, where most specimens originate, coastal counties account for from 1 to 168 specimens (Figure 4). Most come from San Mateo County, which includes the long-established breeding group on Ano Nuevo Island. Very few specimens exist from other breeding sites in California northwards to Southeastern Alaska.  Temporal and geographic representation considered jointly The numbers of specimens in different geographic regions need to be broken down by year of collection to assess their potential for research relevant to population declines of the species. Contrasts between areas that differ in whether declines have occurred, and between time periods before, during, and after when declines were first documented, offer some logical comparisons. Ample numbers of specimens from Japan plus Russia and Alaskan regions 2-8 represent various periods from the mid 1880s to the onset of documented population declines beginning in the late 1900s (Table 3). Particularly good collections were made in Japan in the 1960s, and moderately good collections (158 specimens) were made in those areas in the 1970s, especially in Alaska region 2 (Eastern Gulf of Alaska). Good-sized collections characterize other (southern) areas of North America for the same periods. 10 International Survey of Scientific Collections of Steller Sea Lions, E.H. Miller, A.W. Trites , and Ø. Wiig     Table 3. Summary of specimens broken down by general locality and year-range of collection.   Collection locality  Japan Alaska Regions  British Washington   Years & Russia 2-8 1 all 1 Columbia  & Oregon California Totals 2  1840-99  31  25  0  25  2  1  34  116 1900-29 15 10 5 16 18 13 65 138 1930-59 13 97 0 104 22 15 27 188 1960-69 227 33 1 38 6 7 63 352 1970-79 71 87 0 119 9 9 61 370 1980-89 20 38 1 51 1 16 32 120 1990+ 189 0 0 121 0 20 34 367 Totals 3 566 290 7 474 58 81 316 1651  1 Including specimens from unknown Alaskan regions. 2 Including specimens from unknown localities. 3 Column totals only (thus excluding specimens with unknown dates of collection).   Sex and age Collections are slightly biased towards males (Tables 1, 2). Some information on age is available for 36% of specimens but many designations are general (e.g., “yearling”, “adult”). Estimates (in years) for adults exist for 29% of specimens, based primarily on tooth sections or tagged animals. The latter figure is an underestimate, because some specimen records indicate that animals had been tagged. Thus further searches of collection information could yield data; also some information on age could not be obtained for purposes of this report (e.g., age estimates for some Alaskan specimens from the 1980s).  DISCUSSION Biases and sources of error Specimens have been collected for diverse purposes and in diverse circumstances. Many early specimens were shot on breeding grounds (e.g., Pribilof Islands, Ano Nuevo Island) as representative specimens of the species and have become distributed around the world. We certainly did not find all these scattered specimens, so our summary of information from the 1800s, in particular, underestimates them. More would be turned up in future work. Specimens were commonly exchanged or donated in the 1800s and early 1900s so accompanying documentation sometimes became incomplete. Further investigations would improve documentation of many early specimens. As an example, the single skull of this species in the National Museums of Scotland (NMS) came from Edinburgh University, where it had been donated to the anatomist Sir William Turner (A. Kitchener, pers. comm.). He received the skull from the Smithsonian Institution and, although he died in 1916, it is almost certain that the specimen had an earlier collection date – in our opinion likely coinciding with the active collecting of this species by the Smithsonian Institution (SI) in the late 1800s. Research into the latter’s records could inform on this matter. Also in the SI, specimens with unknown collection year but collected by W. H. Dall, C. M. Scammon, L. Stejneger, and other well known collectors would receive improved documentation through study of institutional records (C. Potter, pers. comm.). International Survey of Scientific Collections of Steller Sea Lions, E.H. Miller, A.W. Trites, and Ø. Wiig  11     Some collections were made for specific studies but, like most early specimens, also are based on shot animals (e.g., Alaska, Japan). Most such Alaskan specimens have been deposited in the National Marine Mammal Laboratory (NMML), National Museum of Natural History (NMNH; in the Smithsonian Institution), or University of Alaska Museum (Fairbanks; UAM). Finally, many specimens (most in recent years) are from animals found dead. Carcasses may be from animals that have been dead for a long time and that traveled long distances. For such specimens, both date and locality of death are uncertain (the experienced collector Raymond Bandar estimated date of death for the 102 specimens he obtained in California). Specimens found dead have uncertain origins, dates of death, and causes of death, so can not be used for all types of studies. Nevertheless they may reveal broad spatiotemporal trends in condition or pathology (Lucas et al. 2003) or size-at-age, or geographic variation in morphology (Brunner 2002). The purposes and circumstances of collection are important for treatment of specimen data and for making temporal and geographic comparisons. Collection locality is particularly important for questions pertaining to differing population trends throughout the species’ range. Ideally, collection locality should be tied to natal site but this is rarely the case. However, through assessment of collection details such as collector name, collection date, and collecting trends at the time, it is often possible to tie specimens to breeding sites where they were shot (e.g., specimens shot during the breeding period on Ano Nuevo Island in early 1900s or on the Pribilof Islands in the 1800s).  Recommendations and concluding comments Even without new collections, existing collections of Steller sea lions are large and represent areas and times of interest for understanding population declines of the species. They would support several relevant research endeavours such as re-examining geographic variation in the species or investigating temporal or regional patterns and differences (e.g., in morphology, size, size-at-age, stable isotopes, pathology, fluctuating asymmetry). In addition to collections analyzed in this report, other collections in Japan and Russia should be included in such work. We address collections access and use because the potential of overuse or misuse of collections exists. Large collections could become overused because it is efficient to rely on them (most specimens are concentrated in a few collections: NMML, 283; HUH, 199; UAM, 158; NMNH, 124; and BAND; 102; these total 60% of all specimens). Collections with poorly developed curatorial infrastructure and policies could permit excessive destructive sampling (e.g., for ageing or stable-isotope sampling), and could be challenged to properly support visitation, loan requests, and so on. In general there is no relationship between collections’ size or scientific value and the level of institutional development dedicated to collections care. Well developed collections policies and state-of-the-art curatorial facilities characterize many collections regardless of size (e.g., CMN, MVZ, ROM, NMNH, UAMa) but several large collections differ. For example, the Bandar collection is stored at a private residence, and NMML (with the world’s largest collection of Steller sea lions) is a government laboratory with high security but little infrastructure for collections care. We recommend that consideration be given by NPUMMRC and other potential user groups to the possible impacts of research on the existing irreplaceable collections of Steller sea lions, especially early specimens. Future collections should be planned and undertaken at selected breeding sites and at specific times to provide good time series of specimens. Ethical considerations may dictate that most such specimens are animals (especially pups) found dead; if so, they may be unrepresentative of the population at large and this will have to be considered in designing the collection/research program. Plans to prepare and archive the specimens should be made with institutions that can provide and maintain proper support (see preceding remarks).                                                   a See Appendix A for acronyms.  12 International Survey of Scientific Collections of Steller Sea Lions, E.H. Miller, A.W. Trites , and Ø. Wiig    ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS We are indebted to all the scientists, curators, collections managers, technical staff, and others for: providing access to collections and catalogues; answering questions during our visits and subsequently; mailing catalogue and other information; advice; and many other kindnesses and generosities. It is always difficult to single out some people among many and we apologize to those we fail to mention, but we especially wish to thank: Alexei Abramov, Robert Asher, Alexander Averianov, Ray Bandar, Kathleen Berge, Anja Brunet-Rossinni, Judy Chupasko, Chris Conway, Jim Cosgrove, Dan Costa, Bob DeLong, Krista Fahy, Ned Gilmore, Michel Gosselin, John Heyning, Steve Hinshaw, Thor Holmes, Sandy Ingleby, Takeomi Isono, Tesuro Itoo, Dave Janiger, Sharon Jansa, Paula Jenkins, Richard Johnson, Cheri Jones, Jim Kenagy, Rex Kenner, Michael King, Andrew Kitchener, Naoki Kohno, Tom Loughlin, Mark Mandica, Bruce Mate, Dusty McDonald, Tamara McGuire, Sue McLaren, Kathy Molina, Phil Myers, Teresa Pacheco, Jim Patton, Dennis Paulson, Igor Pavlinov, Adolf S. Perlov, Ken Pitcher, Charley Potter, Wayne Roberts, John Rozdilsky, Yasunori Sakurai, Motoki Sasaki, Kazuhiko Satoh, Michi Schulenberg, Gary Shugart, Eugene Shvetsov, Chris Smeenk, Anne Staskewicz, Karen Stone, Jim Thomason, Toshio Tsubota, Philip Unitt, and Susan Woodward. This study was funded by NOAA and the North Pacific Marine Science Foundation through the North Pacific Universities Marine Mammal Research Consortium.     International Survey of Scientific Collections of Steller Sea Lions, E.H. Miller, A.W. Trites, and Ø. Wiig  13    REFERENCES Bergman, A., Olsson, M., Reiland, S., 1992. Skull-bone lesions in the grey seal (Halichoerus grypus). Ambio 21:517-519. Brunner, S., 2002. Geographic variation in skull morphology of adult Steller sea lions (Eumetopias jubatus). Marine Mammal Science 18:206-222. Committee on the Alaska Groundfish Fishery and Steller Sea Lions, 2003. Decline of the Steller sea lion in Alaskan waters: untangling food webs and fishing nets. 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The diets of modern and historic bottlenose dolphin populations reflected through stable isotopes. Marine Mammal Science 115:335-350. Zakharov, V.M., Valetsky, A.V., Yablokov, A.V., 1997. Dynamics of developmental stability of seals and pollution in the Baltic Sea. Acta Theriologica, Supplement 4:9-16. Zakharov, V.M., Yablokov, A.V., 1990. Skull asymmetry in the Baltic grey seal: effects of environmental pollution. Ambio 19:266-269. 14 International Survey of Scientific Collections of Steller Sea Lions, E.H. Miller, A.W. Trites , and Ø. Wiig   APPENDICES  Appendix A  Summary of surveyed collections with specimens    AM  Vertebrate Zoology/Mammalogy   Australian Museum   6 College Street   Sydney   NSW 2010   AUSTRALIA  AMNH  Department of Mammalogy   American Museum of Natural History   Central Park West at 79th Street   New York, New York 10024-5192   U.S.A.  ANSP  Mammalogy Department   The Academy of Natural Sciences   1900 Benjamin Franklin Parkway   Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19103   U.S.A.  AUG  Asahi University School of Dentistry, Department of Oral Anatomy   1851 Hozumi, Hozumi-cho, Motosu-gun   Gifu, 501-0296   JAPAN  BAND  Collection of Raymond Bandar: contact CAS.   BELL  Bell Museum of Natural History   University of Minnesota   10 Church Street SE   Minneapolis, Minnesota 55455   U.S.A.  CAS  Ornithology and Mammalogy   California Academy of Sciences   55 Concourse Drive   Golden Gate Park   San Francisco, California 94118-4599    U.S.A.   CMN  Vertebrate Collections/Mammals   Canadian Museum of Nature   P.O. Box 3443 Station D   Ottawa, Ontario K1P 6P4   CANADA  International Survey of Scientific Collections of Steller Sea Lions, E.H. Miller, A.W. Trites, and Ø. Wiig  15      CMNH  Section of Mammals   Carnegie Museum of Natural History   4400 Forbes Avenue   Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 15213   U.S.A.  CSLB  Biological Sciences   California State University   1250 Bellflower Boulevard   Long Beach, California 90840   U.S.A.  DMNS  Zoology Department   Denver Museum of Nature & Science   2001 Colorado Boulevard   Denver, Colorado 80205-5798   U.S.A.  FM  Division of Mammals   The Field Museum    1400 S. Lake Shore Drive   Chicago, Illinois 60605-2496   U.S.A.  HSU  Department of Biological Sciences   Humboldt State University   1 Harpst Street   Arcata, California 95521-8299   U.S.A.  HUH  Hokkaido University, Graduate School of Fisheries Sciences   Minato-cho, Hakodate   Hokkaido, 041 8611   JAPAN  KU  Natural History Museum and Biodiversity Research Center   The University of Kansas   1345 Jayhawk Boulevard   Lawrence, Kansas 66045-7561   U.S.A.  LACM  Section of Marine Mammals   Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County   900 Exposition Boulevard   Los Angeles, California 90024   U.S.A.  MCZ  Museum of Comparative Zoology   Harvard University   26 Oxford Street   Cambridge, Massachusetts 02138   U.S.A.  MNHU  Museum für Naturkunde der Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin   Berlin, Invalidenstrasse 43   GERMANY  16 International Survey of Scientific Collections of Steller Sea Lions, E.H. Miller, A.W. Trites , and Ø. Wiig     MVZ  Museum of Vertebrate Zoology   University of California   3101 Valley Life Sciences Building   Berkeley, California 94720-3160   U.S.A.  NAT  Naturalis: National Museum of Natural History   Darwinweg, Leiden    P.O. Box 9517    NL-2300 RA Leiden    THE NETHERLANDS  NHM  The Natural History Museum   Cromwell Road   London SW7 5BD   UNITED KINGDOM  NMML  National Marine Mammal Laboratory   7600 Sand Point Way NE F/AKC3   Seattle, Washington 98115-6349   U.S.A.   NMNH  Vertebrate Zoology/Division of Mammals   National Museum of Natural History   10th Street and Constitution Avenue NW   Washington, D.C. 20560    U.S.A.  NMS  Department of Geology and Zoology   National Museums of Scotland   Chambers Street   Edinburgh EH1 1JF   UNITED KINGDOM  NSMT   National Science Museum   3-23-1 Hyakunin-cho, Shinjuku-ku   Tokyo 169-0073   JAPAN  OSU  Oregon Marine Mammal Stranding Network   Marine Mammal Program, Oregon State University   Hatfield Marine Science Center   Newport, Oregon 97365   U.S.A.  RBCM  Vertebrate Zoology   Royal British Columbia Museum   675 Belleville Street   Victoria, British Columbia V8W 9W2   CANADA  ROM  Centre for Biodiversity and Conservation Biology   Royal Ontario Museum   100 Queen’s Park   Toronto, Ontario M5S 2C6   CANADA  International Survey of Scientific Collections of Steller Sea Lions, E.H. Miller, A.W. Trites, and Ø. Wiig  17      SBM  Vertebrate Zoology   Santa Barbara Museum of Natural History   2559 Puesta del Sol Road    Santa Barbara, California 93105   U.S.A.  SDM  Birds and Mammals   San Diego Natural History Museum   P.O. Box 121390   San Diego, California 92112-1390   U.S.A.  SOU  Biology Department   Southern Oregon University   1250 Siskiyou Boulevard   Ashland, Oregon 97520   U.S.A.  TINR  Pacific Scientific Research Fisheries Centre, TINRO-Centre   4, Shevchenko Alley   Vladivostok, 690950   RUSSIA  UAM  Department of Mammalogy   University of Alaska Museum   P.O. Box 756960   907 Yukon Drive   Fairbanks, AK 99775-6960   U.S.A.  UAMZ  Museum of Zoology   Biological Sciences   University of Alberta   Edmonton, Alberta T6G 2E9   CANADA  UBC  Cowan Museum   Department of Zoology   University of British Columbia   6270 University Boulevard    Vancouver, British Columbia V6T 1Z4   CANADA  UCLA  Dickey Bird and Mammal Collection   University of California, Los Angeles   Department of Organismal Biology, Ecology and Evolution   621 Charles Young Drive South   Los Angeles, California 90095-1606   U.S.A.  UF  Florida Museum of Natural History   University of Florida - Powell Hall    SW 34th Street and Hull Road   PO Box 112710    Gainesville FL 32611-2710   U.S.A.  18 International Survey of Scientific Collections of Steller Sea Lions, E.H. Miller, A.W. Trites , and Ø. Wiig     UMMZ Museum of Zoology   University of Michigan   1109 Geddes Avenue   Ann Arbor, Michigan 48109-1079   U.S.A.  UPS  James R. Slater Museum of Natural History   University of Puget Sound   Tacoma, Washington 98416   U.S.A.  UWBM Zoology Division   Burke Museum of Natural History & Culture   University of Washington   Box 353010   Seattle, Washington 98195   U.S.A.  WSU  Charles R. Conner Museum   P.O. Box 644236   Washington State University   Pullman, Washington 99164-4236   U.S.A.  YPM  Peabody Museum of Natural History   Yale University    P.O. Box 208118   170 Whitney Avenue   New Haven, Connecticut 06520-8118   U.S.A.  ZIN  Zoological Institute, Russian Academy of Sciences   Universitetskaya nab 1, 199034   Saint Petersburg   RUSSIA  ZMMU Zoological Museum of M.V. Lomonosov Moscow State University   6, Bolshaya Nikitskaya Str.   Moscow 103009   RUSSIA International Survey of Scientific Collections of Steller Sea Lions, E.H. Miller, A.W. Trites, and Ø. Wiig  19          Appendix B  Summary of selected specimen data  20 International Survey of Scientific Collections of Steller Sea Lions, E.H. Miller, A.W. Trites , and Ø. Wiig     LocalitiesLocality detailsYearSeasonSexAgeCollectionCat. no.CANBCBCQueen Charlotte Is.: Massett1883JulyMNMNHA21108CANBCBCVancouver I.: W coast1885CMNCMNMA 116CANBCBCCormorant I.: Alert Bay1908MayMimmatureRBCM1442CANBCBCVancouver I.: Victoria1914adultRBCM2388CANBCBCVancouver I.: Barkley Sd.1915DecemberMCMNCMNMA 2601CANBCBCVancouver I.: Barkley Sd.1915DecemberMCMNCMNMA 2602CANBCBCVancouver I.: Barkley Sd.1915DecemberMCMNCMNMA 2604CANBCBCVancouver I.: Barkley Sd.1915DecemberFCMNCMNMA 2612CANBCBCVancouver I.: Barkley Sd.1915DecemberMCMNCMNMA 2600CANBCBCVancouver I.: Barkley Sd.1915DecemberMCMNCMNMA 2603CANBCBCVancouver I.: Barkley Sd.1915DecemberMCMNCMNMA 2605CANBCBCVancouver I.: Barkley Sd.1915DecemberFCMNCMNMA 2606CANBCBCVancouver I.: Barkley Sd.1915DecemberMCMNCMNMA 2607CANBCBCVancouver I.: Barkley Sd.1915DecemberMCMNCMNMA 2608CANBCBCVancouver I.: Barkley Sd.1915DecemberMCMNCMNMA 2609CANBCBCVancouver I.: Barkley Sd.1915DecemberMCMNCMNMA 2610CANBCBCVancouver I.: Barkley Sd.1915DecemberFCMNCMNMA 2611CANBCBCVancouver I.: Barkley Sd.1915DecemberMCMNCMNMA 2613CANBCBCQueen Charlotte Is.: Graham I.: Tow Hill1919AugustMCMNCMNMA 3721CANBCBCPender I.1927MayMadultRBCM1472CANBCBC1937AugustadultRBCM2075CANBCBCVancouver I.: Quatsino1937MarchFadultRBCM2389CANBCBCVancouver I.: Quatsino1937FimmatureRBCM2436CANBCBCVancouver I.: Victoria1942JuneMadultRBCM4933CANBCBCMalcolm I.: Sointula1945JulyMimmatureRBCM5201CANBCBCVancouver I.: Long Beach1946JuneFUBC1836CANBCBCVancouver I.: Cape Scott1950JulyMadultRBCM5654CANBCBCVancouver I.: Quatsino Sd.1951AugustMadultRBCM5715CANBCBCVancouver I.: Ucluelet1951AugustMadultRBCM5716CANBCBCQueen Charlotte Is.: Queen Charlotte City1951MUBC4063CANBCBCNass Harbour1956AprilUAMZ3208CANBCBCBeresford I.1956JulyMUBC7329CANBCBCBeresford I.1956JulyFUBC7330CANBCBCBeresford I.1956JulyMUBC7331CANBCBCBeresford I.1956JulyMUBC7332International Survey of Scientific Collections of Steller Sea Lions, E.H. Miller, A.W. Trites, and Ø. Wiig  21     LocalitiesLocality detailsYearSeasonSexAgeCollectionCat. no.CANBCBCBeresford I.1956JulyMUBC7333CANBCBCBeresford I.1956JulyFUBC7334CANBCBCBeresford I.1956JuneFUBC6873CANBCBCBeresford I.1956JuneFUBC6874CANBCBCBeresford I.1956JuneFUBC6889CANBCBCBeresford I.1956JuneFUBC6907CANBCBCBeresford I.1956JuneFUBC6908CANBCBCQueen Charlotte Is.: Langara I.1960JuneUBC7749CANBCBCSartine I.1961SeptemberMCMNCMNMA 32799CANBCBCTriangle I.1961SeptemberFCMNCMNMA 32800CANBCBCQueen Charlotte Is.:1968JulyUAMZ5213CANBCBCPorcher I. (W coast)1969AprilMCMNCMNMA 37037CANBCBCPrince Rupert: Anian I.1969JulyCMNCMNMA 37036CANBCBCVancouver I.: Bonilla Pt.1970FebruaryMadultRBCM7193CANBCBCVancouver I.: Ardmore1971AprilMadultRBCM7712CANBCBCTriangle I.1972JuneMadultRBCM8864CANBCBCTriangle I.1972JuneFimmatureRBCM8863CANBCBCBarkley Sd.: Folger I.1976DecemberFadultRBCM9464CANBCBCBarkley Sd.: Folger I.1976FebruaryFadultRBCM9290CANBCBCBarkley Sd.: Folger I.1976FebruaryFimmatureRBCM9458CANBCBCPort Neville1977NovemberimmatureRBCM9801CANBCBCVancouver I.: Long Beach1979SeptemberMimmatureRBCM10232CANBCBCVancouver I.: Victoria1981MarchMadultRBCM10226CANBCBCCormorant I.: Alert BayMadultRBCM1473CANBCBCCormorant I.: Alert BayMadultRBCM1481CANBCBCQueen Charlotte Is.UWBM39429CANBCBCVancouver I.UAMZ3248CANBCBCVancouver I.: Barkley Sd.CMNCMNMA 2921CANBCBCVancouver I.: Barkley Sd.CMNCMNMA 2922CANBCBCVancouver I.: Campbell R.UBC6701CANBCBCVancouver I.: Tofino: 3 km S (Cox Bay)MCMNNMCZ000174CANBCBCVancouver I.: VictoriaMimmatureRBCM1354CANBCBCMCMNCMNMA 17134JAPJAPHOKHokkaido1872NHM1872.4.30.7JAPJAPHOKHokkaido1963F6NSMT4522 International Survey of Scientific Collections of Steller Sea Lions, E.H. Miller, A.W. Trites , and Ø. Wiig    LocalitiesLocality detailsYearSeasonSexAgeCollectionCat. no.JAPJAPHOKHokkaido: Erimo1963M6NSMT14JAPJAPHOKHokkaido: Erimo1963M6NSMT14JAPJAPHOKHokkaido: Erimo1963M14NSMT23JAPJAPHOKHokkaido: Erimo1963M14NSMT23JAPJAPHOKHokkaido: Shikabe1963M2NSMT72JAPJAPHOKHokkaido: Shikabe1963M2NSMT72JAPJAPHOKHokkaido: Shikabe1963M2NSMT109JAPJAPHOKHokkaido: Shikabe1963M2NSMT109JAPJAPHOKHokkaido: Shikabe1963M3NSMT66JAPJAPHOKHokkaido: Shikabe1963M3NSMT66JAPJAPHOKHokkaido: Shikabe1963M3NSMT74JAPJAPHOKHokkaido: Shikabe1963M3NSMT74JAPJAPHOKHokkaido: Shikabe1963F3NSMT76JAPJAPHOKHokkaido: Shikabe1963F3NSMT76JAPJAPHOKHokkaido: Shikabe1963M4NSMT48JAPJAPHOKHokkaido: Shikabe1963M4NSMT48JAPJAPHOKHokkaido: Shikabe1963F4NSMT61JAPJAPHOKHokkaido: Shikabe1963F4NSMT61JAPJAPHOKHokkaido: Shikabe1963M4NSMT64JAPJAPHOKHokkaido: Shikabe1963M4NSMT64JAPJAPHOKHokkaido: Shikabe1963M4NSMT69JAPJAPHOKHokkaido: Shikabe1963M4NSMT69JAPJAPHOKHokkaido: Shikabe1963M4NSMT73JAPJAPHOKHokkaido: Shikabe1963M4NSMT73JAPJAPHOKHokkaido: Shikabe1963M4NSMT127JAPJAPHOKHokkaido: Shikabe1963M4NSMT127JAPJAPHOKHokkaido: Shikabe1963M4NSMT170JAPJAPHOKHokkaido: Shikabe1963M5NSMT65JAPJAPHOKHokkaido: Shikabe1963M5NSMT65JAPJAPHOKHokkaido: Shikabe1963M5NSMT138JAPJAPHOKHokkaido: Shikabe1963M5NSMT138JAPJAPHOKHokkaido: Shikabe1963M7NSMT147JAPJAPHOKHokkaido: Shikabe1963M7NSMT147JAPJAPHOKHokkaido: Shikabe1963M11NSMT104JAPJAPHOKHokkaido: Shikabe1963M11NSMT104International Survey of Scientific Collections of Steller Sea Lions, E.H. 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Wiig  23     LocalitiesLocality detailsYearSeasonSexAgeCollectionCat. no.JAPJAPHOKHokkaido: Shikabe1963MNSMT75JAPJAPHOKHokkaido: Shikabe1963MNSMT75JAPJAPHOKHokkaido: Shikabe1963MNSMT105JAPJAPHOKHokkaido: Shikabe1963MNSMT105JAPJAPHOKHokkaido: Shikabe1963FNSMT119JAPJAPHOKHokkaido: Shikabe1963FNSMT119JAPJAPHOKHokkaido: Shikabe1963MNSMT120JAPJAPHOKHokkaido: Shikabe1963MNSMT120JAPJAPHOKHokkaido: Shikabe1963MNSMT124JAPJAPHOKHokkaido: Shikabe1963MNSMT124JAPJAPHOKHokkaido: Shiretoko: Rausu1963M12NSMT171JAPJAPHOKHokkaido1964M5NSMT51JAPJAPHOKHokkaido: Shikabe1964M2NSMT153JAPJAPHOKHokkaido: Shikabe1964M2NSMT153JAPJAPHOKHokkaido: Shikabe1964M3NSMT145JAPJAPHOKHokkaido: Shikabe1964M3NSMT145JAPJAPHOKHokkaido: Shikabe1964M3NSMT177JAPJAPHOKHokkaido: Shikabe19643NSMT177JAPJAPHOKHokkaido: Shikabe1964M4NSMT3JAPJAPHOKHokkaido: Shikabe1964M4NSMT63JAPJAPHOKHokkaido: Shikabe1964M4NSMT63JAPJAPHOKHokkaido: Shikabe19644NSMT170JAPJAPHOKHokkaido: Shikabe1964F8NSMT148JAPJAPHOKHokkaido: Shikabe1964F8NSMT148JAPJAPHOKHokkaido: Shikabe1964F9NSMT18JAPJAPHOKHokkaido: Shikabe1964F9NSMT18JAPJAPHOKHokkaido: Shikabe1964F14NSMT129JAPJAPHOKHokkaido: Shikabe1964F14NSMT129JAPJAPHOKHokkaido: Shikabe1964F20NSMT166JAPJAPHOKHokkaido: Shikabe196420NSMT166JAPJAPHOKHokkaido: Shikabe1964MpupNSMT50JAPJAPHOKHokkaido: Shikabe1964MpupNSMT50JAPJAPHOKHokkaido: Shikabe1964MNSMT13JAPJAPHOKHokkaido: Shikabe1964MNSMT13JAPJAPHOKHokkaido: Shikabe1964FNSMT4424 International Survey of Scientific Collections of Steller Sea Lions, E.H. 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Wiig    LocalitiesLocality detailsYearSeasonSexAgeCollectionCat. no.JAPJAPHOKHokkaido: Shikabe1964FNSMT44JAPJAPHOKHokkaido: Shiretoko: Rausu1964M3NSMT157JAPJAPHOKHokkaido: Shiretoko: Rausu1964M3NSMT157JAPJAPHOKHokkaido: Shiretoko: Rausu1964M3NSMT164JAPJAPHOKHokkaido: Shiretoko: Rausu1964M3NSMT164JAPJAPHOKHokkaido: Shiretoko: Rausu1964M4NSMT71JAPJAPHOKHokkaido: Shiretoko: Rausu1964M4NSMT71JAPJAPHOKHokkaido: Shiretoko: Rausu1964M6NSMT122JAPJAPHOKHokkaido: Shiretoko: Rausu1964M6NSMT122JAPJAPHOKHokkaido: Shiretoko: Rausu1964M12NSMT171JAPJAPHOKHokkaido: Shiretoko: Rausu1964MNSMT19JAPJAPHOKHokkaido: Shiretoko: Rausu1964MNSMT19JAPJAPHOKHokkaido: Erimo1965M1NSMT60JAPJAPHOKHokkaido: Erimo1965M1NSMT60JAPJAPHOKHokkaido: Erimo1965M2NSMT12JAPJAPHOKHokkaido: Erimo1965M2NSMT12JAPJAPHOKHokkaido: Erimo1965F4NSMT118JAPJAPHOKHokkaido: Erimo1965F4NSMT118JAPJAPHOKHokkaido: Erimo1965M9NSMT57JAPJAPHOKHokkaido: Erimo1965M9NSMT57JAPJAPHOKHokkaido: Erimo1965F22NSMT149JAPJAPHOKHokkaido: Erimo1965F22NSMT149JAPJAPHOKHokkaido: Erimo1965FNSMT6JAPJAPHOKHokkaido: Erimo1965MNSMT29JAPJAPHOKHokkaido: Erimo1965MNSMT29JAPJAPHOKHokkaido: Erimo1965FNSMT59JAPJAPHOKHokkaido: Erimo1965FNSMT59JAPJAPHOKHokkaido: Erimo1965MNSMT107JAPJAPHOKHokkaido: Shiretoko: Rausu1965F4NSMT156JAPJAPHOKHokkaido: Shiretoko: Rausu1965F4NSMT156JAPJAPHOKHokkaido: Shiretoko: Rausu1965F5NSMT56JAPJAPHOKHokkaido: Shiretoko: Rausu1965F5NSMT56JAPJAPHOKHokkaido: Shiretoko: Rausu1965F5NSMT158JAPJAPHOKHokkaido: Shiretoko: Rausu1965F5NSMT158JAPJAPHOKHokkaido: Shiretoko: Rausu1965F6NSMT139International Survey of Scientific Collections of Steller Sea Lions, E.H. 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Wiig  25     LocalitiesLocality detailsYearSeasonSexAgeCollectionCat. no.JAPJAPHOKHokkaido: Shiretoko: Rausu1965F6NSMT139JAPJAPHOKHokkaido: Shiretoko: Rausu1965F9NSMT146JAPJAPHOKHokkaido: Shiretoko: Rausu1965F9NSMT146JAPJAPHOKHokkaido: Shiretoko: Rausu1965F14NSMT49JAPJAPHOKHokkaido: Shiretoko: Rausu1965F14NSMT49JAPJAPHOKHokkaido: Shiretoko: Rausu1965F15NSMT2JAPJAPHOKHokkaido: Shiretoko: Rausu1965F15NSMT2JAPJAPHOKHokkaido: Shiretoko: Rausu1965FNSMT53JAPJAPHOKHokkaido: Shiretoko: Rausu1965FNSMT53JAPJAPHOKHokkaido: Shiretoko: Rausu1965FNSMT54JAPJAPHOKHokkaido: Shiretoko: Rausu1965FNSMT54JAPJAPHOKHokkaido1965M3NSMT137JAPJAPHOKHokkaido1965M4NSMT111JAPJAPHOKHokkaido1965MNSMT1JAPJAPHOKHokkaido1965FNSMT11JAPJAPHOKHokkaido1965FNSMT16JAPJAPHOKHokkaido1965MNSMT21JAPJAPHOKHokkaido1965MNSMT40JAPJAPHOKHokkaido1965MNSMT47JAPJAPHOKHokkaido1965FNSMT55JAPJAPHOKHokkaido1965FNSMT58JAPJAPHOKHokkaido1965FNSMT62JAPJAPHOKHokkaido1965MNSMT68JAPJAPHOKHokkaido1965FNSMT125JAPJAPHOKHokkaido1965FNSMT128JAPJAPHOKHokkaido1965FNSMT131JAPJAPHOKHokkaido1965MNSMT132JAPJAPHOKHokkaido1965FNSMT134JAPJAPHOKHokkaido1965FNSMT135JAPJAPHOKHokkaido1965MNSMT136JAPJAPHOKHokkaido1965FNSMT154JAPJAPHOKHokkaido1965FNSMT159JAPJAPHOKHokkaido1965MNSMT160JAPJAPHOKHokkaido1965FNSMT165JAPJAPHOKHokkaido1965MNSMT16826 International Survey of Scientific Collections of Steller Sea Lions, E.H. Miller, A.W. Trites , and Ø. Wiig    LocalitiesLocality detailsYearSeasonSexAgeCollectionCat. no.JAPJAPHOKHokkaido1965MNSMT173JAPJAPHOKHokkaido: Erimo1965MNSMT42JAPJAPHOKHokkaido: Shikabe1965FNSMT67JAPJAPHOKHokkaido: Shiretoko: Rausu1965FNSMT52JAPJAPHOKHokkaido: Syakoran1965M NSMT167JAPJAPHOKHokkaido: Syakoran1965MNSMT15JAPJAPHOKHokkaido: Syakoran1965MNSMT169JAPJAPHOKHokkaido: Rebun I. (northern)1968DecemberM10.6AUG1030JAPJAPHOKHokkaido: Rebun I. (northern)1968winterM15.6AUG1328JAPJAPHOKHokkaido: Rishiri I.1969AprilM14.1AUG1323JAPJAPHOKHokkaido: Shiretoko: Rausu1969AprilM1.1AUG1047JAPJAPHOKHokkaido: Shiretoko: Rausu1969AprilM2.1AUG1179JAPJAPHOKHokkaido: Shiretoko: Rausu1969AprilM2.1AUG1181JAPJAPHOKHokkaido: Shiretoko: Rausu1969AprilF2.1AUG1184JAPJAPHOKHokkaido: Shiretoko: Rausu1969AprilM2.1AUG1430JAPJAPHOKHokkaido: Shiretoko: Rausu1969AprilF3.1AUG1185JAPJAPHOKHokkaido: Shiretoko: Rausu1969AprilF5.1AUG1050JAPJAPHOKHokkaido: Shiretoko: Rausu1969AprilF7.1AUG1052JAPJAPHOKHokkaido: Shiretoko: Rausu1969AprilF12.1AUG1180JAPJAPHOKHokkaido: Shiretoko: Rausu1969AprilFadultAUG1049JAPJAPHOKHokkaido: Shiretoko: Rausu1969AprilFAUG1048JAPJAPHOKHokkaido: nr. Nemuro1969April-JuneM1.9AUG1337JAPJAPHOKHokkaido: Rebun I. (northern)1969FebruaryM7.7AUG1032JAPJAPHOKHokkaido: Rebun I. (northern)1969FebruaryM11.7AUG1033JAPJAPHOKHokkaido: Rebun I. (northern)1969FebruaryM13.7AUG1031JAPJAPHOKHokkaido: Shiretoko: Rausu: Misaki-Cho1969FebruaryMyoungAUG1733JAPJAPHOKHokkaido: Shiretoko: Rausu: Misaki-Cho1969FebruaryAUG1732JAPJAPHOKHokkaido: Mouth of Akkeshi Bay1969MarchF1.8AUG1037JAPJAPHOKHokkaido: Mouth of Akkeshi Bay1969MarchF5.8AUG1035JAPJAPHOKHokkaido: Mouth of Akkeshi Bay1969MarchF5.8AUG1036JAPJAPHOKHokkaido: Mouth of Akkeshi Bay1969MarchF8.8AUG1034JAPJAPHOKHokkaido: Mouth of Akkeshi Bay1969MarchMfetusAUG1034's fetusJAPJAPHOKHokkaido: Mouth of Akkeshi Bay1969MarchFfetusAUG1035's fetusJAPJAPHOKHokkaido: Mouth of Akkeshi Bay1969MarchMfetusAUG1036's fetusJAPJAPHOKHokkaido: nr. Daikoku I.1969MarchF4.8AUG1038International Survey of Scientific Collections of Steller Sea Lions, E.H. Miller, A.W. Trites, and Ø. Wiig  27     LocalitiesLocality detailsYearSeasonSexAgeCollectionCat. no.JAPJAPHOKHokkaido: nr. Daikoku I.1969MarchF9.8AUG1039JAPJAPHOKHokkaido: nr. Daikoku I.1969MarchF12.8AUG1040JAPJAPHOKHokkaido: nr. Daikoku I.1969MarchMfetusAUG1038's fetusJAPJAPHOKHokkaido: nr. Daikoku I.1969MarchFfetusAUG1039's fetusJAPJAPHOKHokkaido: nr. Daikoku I.1969MarchMfetusAUG1040's fetusJAPJAPHOKHokkaido: nr. Nemuro1969MayM1.9AUG1332JAPJAPHOKHokkaido: nr. Nemuro1969MayM2.9AUG1333JAPJAPHOKHokkaido: Rebun I. (northern)1969MayMAUG1326JAPJAPHOKHokkaido: Rebun I. (northern)1969MayMAUG1330JAPJAPHOKHokkaido: Rebun I. (northern)1969winterM4.6AUG1327JAPJAPHOKHokkaido: Rebun I. (northern)1969winterM4.6AUG1329JAPJAPHOKHokkaido: Rebun I. (northern)1969winterM5.6AUG1331JAPJAPHOKHokkaido: Rebun I. (northern)1969winterM7.6AUG1324JAPJAPHOKHokkaido: Rebun I. (northern)1969winterM9.6AUG1325JAPJAPHOKHokkaido: Shiretoko: Rausu1969winterF2.6AUG1186JAPJAPHOKHokkaido: Shiretoko: Rausu1969winterF9.6AUG1187JAPJAPHOKHokkaido: nr. Yururi I.1970JuneF3AUG1719JAPJAPHOKHokkaido: Erimo Cape1974AprilMyoungAUG1730JAPJAPHOKHokkaido: Rebun I. (northern)1974M17-18 AUG75K25JAPJAPHOKHokkaido: Rebun I. (northern)1975DecemberM5.5AUG75K 2JAPJAPHOKHokkaido: Rebun I. (northern)1975DecemberM6.5AUG75K 4JAPJAPHOKHokkaido: Rebun I. (northern)1975DecemberM9.5AUG75K 3JAPJAPHOKHokkaido: Rebun I. (northern)1975DecemberM16.5AUG75K IJAPJAPHOKHokkaido: Rebun I.: Hirajima Rocks1975DecemberM5.5AUG75K 7JAPJAPHOKHokkaido: Rebun I.: Hirajima Rocks1975DecemberM8.5AUG75K 6JAPJAPHOKHokkaido: Rebun I.: Tanejima Rocks 1975DecemberM4.5AUG75K 5JAPJAPHOKHokkaido: Rebun I.: Hirajima Rocks1976DecemberM14.6AUG75K 9JAPJAPHOKHokkaido: Rebun I. (southern)1976FebruaryM15.7AUG75K26JAPJAPHOKHokkaido: Rebun I.: Hamanaka1976JanuaryM4-5AUG1734JAPJAPHOKHokkaido: Rebun I.: Hirajima Rocks1976JanuaryM6.6AUG75K 8JAPJAPHOKHokkaido: Rebun I. (northern)1976January-FebruaryM0.6AUG75K12JAPJAPHOKHokkaido: Rebun I. (northern)1976January-FebruaryM1.6AUG75K22JAPJAPHOKHokkaido: Rebun I. (northern)1976January-FebruaryM1.6AUG75KI9JAPJAPHOKHokkaido: Rebun I. (northern)1976January-FebruaryM3.6AUG75K21JAPJAPHOKHokkaido: Rebun I. (northern)1976January-FebruaryM4.6AUG75KIO28 International Survey of Scientific Collections of Steller Sea Lions, E.H. Miller, A.W. Trites , and Ø. Wiig    LocalitiesLocality detailsYearSeasonSexAgeCollectionCat. no.JAPJAPHOKHokkaido: Rebun I. (northern)1976January-FebruaryM5.6AUG75KIIJAPJAPHOKHokkaido: Rebun I. (northern)1976January-FebruaryM7.6AUG75K14JAPJAPHOKHokkaido: Rebun I. (northern)1976January-FebruaryM7.6AUG75K15JAPJAPHOKHokkaido: Rebun I. (northern)1976January-FebruaryM8.6AUG75K18JAPJAPHOKHokkaido: Rebun I. (northern)1976January-FebruaryM8.6AUG75K23JAPJAPHOKHokkaido: Rebun I. (northern)1976January-FebruaryM8.6AUG75KI7JAPJAPHOKHokkaido: Rebun I. (northern)1976January-FebruaryM10.6AUG75KI6JAPJAPHOKHokkaido: Rebun I. (northern)1976January-FebruaryM11.6AUG75K24JAPJAPHOKHokkaido: Rebun I. (northern)1976January-FebruaryM12.6AUG75K13JAPJAPHOKHokkaido: Rebun I. (northern)1976January-FebruaryM12.6AUG75K20JAPJAPHOKHokkaido: Shiretoko: Rausu1979MayF1.9AUGShibano-1JAPJAPHOKHokkaido1983FHUH83N8JAPJAPHOKHokkaido: Shiretoko: Rausu1994FebruaryM3HUH94003JAPJAPHOKHokkaido: Shiretoko: Rausu1994FebruaryF4HUH94004JAPJAPHOKHokkaido: Shiretoko: Rausu1994FebruaryF9HUH94005JAPJAPHOKHokkaido: Shiretoko: Rausu1994MarchM3HUH94012JAPJAPHOKHokkaido: Shiretoko: Rausu1994MarchF3HUH94016JAPJAPHOKHokkaido: Shiretoko: Rausu1994MarchM3HUH94018JAPJAPHOKHokkaido: Shiretoko: Rausu1994MarchM4HUH94006JAPJAPHOKHokkaido: Shiretoko: Rausu1994MarchM4HUH94007JAPJAPHOKHokkaido: Shiretoko: Rausu1994MarchM4HUH94009JAPJAPHOKHokkaido: Shiretoko: Rausu1994MarchM4HUH94010JAPJAPHOKHokkaido: Shiretoko: Rausu1994MarchF5HUH94011JAPJAPHOKHokkaido: Shiretoko: Rausu1994MarchF5HUH94020JAPJAPHOKHokkaido: Shiretoko: Rausu1994MarchF6HUH94008JAPJAPHOKHokkaido: Shiretoko: Rausu1994MarchF6HUH94015JAPJAPHOKHokkaido: Shiretoko: Rausu1994MarchF6HUH94017JAPJAPHOKHokkaido: Shiretoko: Rausu1994MarchF7HUH94021JAPJAPHOKHokkaido: Shiretoko: Rausu1994MarchF7HUH94023JAPJAPHOKHokkaido: Shiretoko: Rausu1994MarchF7HUH94024JAPJAPHOKHokkaido: Shiretoko: Rausu1994MarchF7HUH94025JAPJAPHOKHokkaido: Shiretoko: Rausu1994MarchF11HUH94022JAPJAPHOKHokkaido: Shiretoko: Rausu1994MarchF12HUH94019JAPJAPHOKHokkaido: Shiretoko: Rausu1994MarchF13HUH94026JAPJAPHOKHokkaido: Shiretoko: Rausu1994MarchF15HUH94014International Survey of Scientific Collections of Steller Sea Lions, E.H. 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Wiig  29     LocalitiesLocality detailsYearSeasonSexAgeCollectionCat. no.JAPJAPHOKHokkaido: Shiretoko: Rausu1995FebruaryM2HUH95005JAPJAPHOKHokkaido: Shiretoko: Rausu1995FebruaryM5HUH95007JAPJAPHOKHokkaido: Shiretoko: Rausu1995FebruaryM5HUH95010JAPJAPHOKHokkaido: Shiretoko: Rausu1995FebruaryM5HUH95012JAPJAPHOKHokkaido: Shiretoko: Rausu1995FebruaryF6HUH95002JAPJAPHOKHokkaido: Shiretoko: Rausu1995FebruaryF6HUH95021JAPJAPHOKHokkaido: Shiretoko: Rausu1995FebruaryM7HUH95003JAPJAPHOKHokkaido: Shiretoko: Rausu1995FebruaryM7HUH95022JAPJAPHOKHokkaido: Shiretoko: Rausu1995FebruaryF7HUH95023JAPJAPHOKHokkaido: Shiretoko: Rausu1995FebruaryF8HUH95008JAPJAPHOKHokkaido: Shiretoko: Rausu1995FebruaryF8HUH95014JAPJAPHOKHokkaido: Shiretoko: Rausu1995FebruaryF8HUH95016JAPJAPHOKHokkaido: Shiretoko: Rausu1995FebruaryF8HUH95020JAPJAPHOKHokkaido: Shiretoko: Rausu1995FebruaryM8HUH95025JAPJAPHOKHokkaido: Shiretoko: Rausu1995FebruaryF9HUH95001JAPJAPHOKHokkaido: Shiretoko: Rausu1995FebruaryF9HUH95006JAPJAPHOKHokkaido: Shiretoko: Rausu1995FebruaryF9HUH95013JAPJAPHOKHokkaido: Shiretoko: Rausu1995FebruaryF10HUH95009JAPJAPHOKHokkaido: Shiretoko: Rausu1995FebruaryF10HUH95011JAPJAPHOKHokkaido: Shiretoko: Rausu1995FebruaryF10HUH95026JAPJAPHOKHokkaido: Shiretoko: Rausu1995FebruaryF11HUH95004JAPJAPHOKHokkaido: Shiretoko: Rausu1995FebruaryF11HUH95024JAPJAPHOKHokkaido: Shiretoko: Rausu1995FebruaryF12HUH95015JAPJAPHOKHokkaido: Shiretoko: Rausu1995FebruaryF12HUH95019JAPJAPHOKHokkaido: Shiretoko: Rausu1995FebruaryF14HUH95018JAPJAPHOKHokkaido: Rebun I.1996FebruaryF3HUH96205JAPJAPHOKHokkaido: Rebun I.1996FebruaryMpupHUH96206JAPJAPHOKHokkaido: Shakotan1996FebruaryM5HUH96102JAPJAPHOKHokkaido: Shakotan1996FebruaryM9HUH96101JAPJAPHOKHokkaido: Shiretoko: Rausu1996FebruaryM3HUH96012JAPJAPHOKHokkaido: Shiretoko: Rausu1996FebruaryM3HUH96013JAPJAPHOKHokkaido: Shiretoko: Rausu1996FebruaryM4HUH96011JAPJAPHOKHokkaido: Shiretoko: Rausu1996FebruaryF4HUH96015JAPJAPHOKHokkaido: Shiretoko: Rausu1996FebruaryF5HUH96010JAPJAPHOKHokkaido: Shiretoko: Rausu1996FebruaryF11HUH9600830 International Survey of Scientific Collections of Steller Sea Lions, E.H. 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Wiig     LocalitiesLocality detailsYearSeasonSexAgeCollectionCat. no.JAPJAPHOKHokkaido: Shiretoko: Rausu1996FebruaryF11HUH96014JAPJAPHOKHokkaido: Shiretoko: Rausu1996FebruaryF13HUH96009JAPJAPHOKHokkaido: Rebun I.1996JanuaryF2HUH96201JAPJAPHOKHokkaido: Rebun I.1996JanuaryM3HUH96203JAPJAPHOKHokkaido: Rebun I.1996JanuaryF8HUH96204JAPJAPHOKHokkaido: Rebun I.1996JanuaryF12HUH96202JAPJAPHOKHokkaido: Shiretoko: Rausu1996JanuaryF4HUH96002JAPJAPHOKHokkaido: Shiretoko: Rausu1996JanuaryF6HUH96006JAPJAPHOKHokkaido: Shiretoko: Rausu1996JanuaryF6HUH96007JAPJAPHOKHokkaido: Shiretoko: Rausu1996JanuaryF7HUH96005JAPJAPHOKHokkaido: Shiretoko: Rausu1996JanuaryF10HUH96001JAPJAPHOKHokkaido: Shiretoko: Rausu1996JanuaryF11HUH96003JAPJAPHOKHokkaido: Rebun I.1996MarchM9HUH96207JAPJAPHOKHokkaido: Rebun I.1997FebruaryF4HUH97207JAPJAPHOKHokkaido: Rebun I.1997FebruaryF8HUH97208JAPJAPHOKHokkaido: Rebun I.1997FebruaryM9HUH97209JAPJAPHOKHokkaido: Rebun I.1997FebruaryM12HUH97206JAPJAPHOKHokkaido: Rebun I.1997FebruaryM HUH97210JAPJAPHOKHokkaido: Shakotan1997FebruaryF12HUH97106JAPJAPHOKHokkaido: Shiretoko: Rausu1997FebruaryM2HUH97020JAPJAPHOKHokkaido: Shiretoko: Rausu1997FebruaryM3HUH97017JAPJAPHOKHokkaido: Shiretoko: Rausu1997FebruaryM4HUH97019JAPJAPHOKHokkaido: Shiretoko: Rausu1997FebruaryM4HUH97021JAPJAPHOKHokkaido: Shiretoko: Rausu1997FebruaryF7HUH97012JAPJAPHOKHokkaido: Shiretoko: Rausu1997FebruaryF8HUH97011JAPJAPHOKHokkaido: Rebun I.1997JanuaryM2HUH97202JAPJAPHOKHokkaido: Rebun I.1997JanuaryM14HUH97205JAPJAPHOKHokkaido: Rebun I.1997JanuaryF20HUH97203JAPJAPHOKHokkaido: Rebun I.1997JanuaryMpupHUH97204JAPJAPHOKHokkaido: Shakotan1997JanuaryM6HUH97103JAPJAPHOKHokkaido: Shakotan1997JanuaryM9HUH97105JAPJAPHOKHokkaido: Shakotan1997JanuaryM10HUH97104JAPJAPHOKHokkaido: Shiretoko: Rausu1997JanuaryM2HUH97002JAPJAPHOKHokkaido: Shiretoko: Rausu1997JanuaryM2HUH97009JAPJAPHOKHokkaido: Shiretoko: Rausu1997JanuaryF2HUH97010International Survey of Scientific Collections of Steller Sea Lions, E.H. 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Wiig  31     LocalitiesLocality detailsYearSeasonSexAgeCollectionCat. no.JAPJAPHOKHokkaido: Shiretoko: Rausu1997JanuaryM10HUH97001JAPJAPHOKHokkaido: Shiretoko: Rausu1997JanuaryF10HUH97005JAPJAPHOKHokkaido: Rebun I.1997MarchM1HUH97211JAPJAPHOKHokkaido: Rebun I.1997MarchM10HUH97212JAPJAPHOKHokkaido1997M6HUH97ST01JAPJAPHOKHokkaido: Shakotan1997M6HUH97109JAPJAPHOKHokkaido: Shakotan1997M6HUH97110JAPJAPHOKHokkaido: Shakotan1997M7HUH97108JAPJAPHOKHokkaido: Shiretoko: Rausu1997M1HUH97015JAPJAPHOKHokkaido: Shiretoko: Rausu1997M2HUH97016JAPJAPHOKHokkaido: Rebun I.1998FebruaryF2HUH98202JAPJAPHOKHokkaido: Rebun I.1998FebruaryF10HUH98203JAPJAPHOKHokkaido: Rebun I.1998FebruaryMHUH98204JAPJAPHOKHokkaido: Rebun I.1998FebruaryFHUH98205JAPJAPHOKHokkaido: Rebun I.1998FebruaryFHUH98206JAPJAPHOKHokkaido: Shakotan1998FebruaryM3HUH98102JAPJAPHOKHokkaido: Shakotan1998FebruaryM4HUH98103JAPJAPHOKHokkaido: Shakotan1998FebruaryM5HUH98101JAPJAPHOKHokkaido: Shiretoko: Rausu1998FebruaryM2HUH98024JAPJAPHOKHokkaido: Shiretoko: Rausu1998FebruaryF2HUH98026JAPJAPHOKHokkaido: Shiretoko: Rausu1998FebruaryF3HUH98027JAPJAPHOKHokkaido: Shiretoko: Rausu1998FebruaryF6HUH98025JAPJAPHOKHokkaido: Shiretoko: Rausu1998FebruaryF9HUH98028JAPJAPHOKHokkaido: Shiretoko: Rausu1998FebruaryF13HUH98030JAPJAPHOKHokkaido: Rebun I.1998JanuaryF20HUH98201JAPJAPHOKHokkaido: Shiretoko: Rausu1998JanuaryM3HUH98005JAPJAPHOKHokkaido: Shiretoko: Rausu1998JanuaryM3HUH98015JAPJAPHOKHokkaido: Shiretoko: Rausu1998JanuaryF3HUH98019JAPJAPHOKHokkaido: Shiretoko: Rausu1998JanuaryF4HUH98013JAPJAPHOKHokkaido: Shiretoko: Rausu1998JanuaryF5HUH98020JAPJAPHOKHokkaido: Shiretoko: Rausu1998JanuaryF6HUH98014JAPJAPHOKHokkaido: Shiretoko: Rausu1998JanuaryF7HUH98011JAPJAPHOKHokkaido: Shiretoko: Rausu1998JanuaryF8HUH98008JAPJAPHOKHokkaido: Shiretoko: Rausu1998JanuaryF9HUH98002JAPJAPHOKHokkaido: Shiretoko: Rausu1998JanuaryF10HUH9801632 International Survey of Scientific Collections of Steller Sea Lions, E.H. 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Wiig    LocalitiesLocality detailsYearSeasonSexAgeCollectionCat. no.JAPJAPHOKHokkaido: Shiretoko: Rausu1998JanuaryF11HUH98017JAPJAPHOKHokkaido: Shiretoko: Rausu1998JanuaryF12HUH98022JAPJAPHOKHokkaido: Shiretoko: Rausu1998JanuaryF13HUH98012JAPJAPHOKHokkaido: Shiretoko: Rausu1998JanuaryF14HUH98009JAPJAPHOKHokkaido: Shiretoko: Rausu1998JanuaryFHUH98003JAPJAPHOKHokkaido: Shiretoko: Rausu1998JanuaryMHUH98004JAPJAPHOKHokkaido: Shiretoko: Rausu1998JanuaryFHUH98007JAPJAPHOKHokkaido: Rebun I.1998MarchF15HUH98207JAPJAPHOKHokkaido: Rebun I.1998MarchMpupHUH98208JAPJAPHOKHokkaido: Rebun I.1998MarchFpupHUH98209JAPJAPHOKHokkaido: Shakotan1998MarchM6HUH98106JAPJAPHOKHokkaido: Shakotan1998March7HUH98107JAPJAPHOKHokkaido: Shakotan1998MarchM8HUH98105JAPJAPHOKHokkaido: Shakotan1998MarchM9HUH98104JAPJAPHOKHokkaido: Shakotan1998MarchMHUH98108JAPJAPHOKHokkaido1998M5HUH98ST02JAPJAPHOKHokkaido1998M8HUH98CH02JAPJAPHOKHokkaido1998M14HUH98ST01JAPJAPHOKHokkaido1998FHUH98NT02JAPJAPHOKHokkaido: Rebun I.1998M3HUH98210JAPJAPHOKHokkaido: Rebun I.1998F18HUH98211JAPJAPHOKHokkaido: Shiretoko: Rausu1998F2HUH98031JAPJAPHOKHokkaido: Rebun I.1999FebruaryF2HUH99203JAPJAPHOKHokkaido: Rebun I.1999FebruaryFpupHUH99205JAPJAPHOKHokkaido: Shiretoko: Rausu1999FebruaryM3HUH99017JAPJAPHOKHokkaido: Shiretoko: Rausu1999FebruaryM3HUH99019JAPJAPHOKHokkaido: Shiretoko: Rausu1999FebruaryF9HUH99015JAPJAPHOKHokkaido: Shiretoko: Rausu1999FebruaryF14HUH99018JAPJAPHOKHokkaido: Shiretoko: Rausu1999FebruaryMpupHUH99016JAPJAPHOKHokkaido: Rebun I.1999JanuaryF1HUH99201JAPJAPHOKHokkaido: Rebun I.1999JanuaryM2HUH99202JAPJAPHOKHokkaido: Rebun I.1999JanuaryFHUH99204JAPJAPHOKHokkaido: Shakotan1999JanuaryM7HUH99101JAPJAPHOKHokkaido: Shakotan1999JanuaryM7HUH99102JAPJAPHOKHokkaido: Shakotan1999JanuaryM8HUH99104International Survey of Scientific Collections of Steller Sea Lions, E.H. 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Wiig  33     LocalitiesLocality detailsYearSeasonSexAgeCollectionCat. no.JAPJAPHOKHokkaido: Shakotan1999JanuaryM14HUH99103JAPJAPHOKHokkaido: Shakotan1999JanuaryMHUH99105JAPJAPHOKHokkaido: Shiretoko: Rausu1999JanuaryF2HUH99006JAPJAPHOKHokkaido: Shiretoko: Rausu1999JanuaryM2HUH99011JAPJAPHOKHokkaido: Shiretoko: Rausu1999JanuaryF4HUH99004JAPJAPHOKHokkaido: Shiretoko: Rausu1999JanuaryF4HUH99010JAPJAPHOKHokkaido: Shiretoko: Rausu1999JanuaryM4HUH99012JAPJAPHOKHokkaido: Shiretoko: Rausu1999JanuaryF4HUH99014JAPJAPHOKHokkaido: Shiretoko: Rausu1999JanuaryF5HUH99005JAPJAPHOKHokkaido: Shiretoko: Rausu1999JanuaryF8HUH99013JAPJAPHOKHokkaido: Shiretoko: Rausu1999JanuaryFHUH99008JAPJAPHOKHokkaido: Rebun I.1999MarchM1HUH99206JAPJAPHOKHokkaido: Rebun I.1999MarchM7HUH99208JAPJAPHOKHokkaido: Rebun I.1999MarchM10HUH99207JAPJAPHOKHokkaido: Shakotan1999MarchF16HUH99107JAPJAPHOKHokkaido: Shiretoko: Rausu1999F6HUH99001JAPJAPHOKHokkaido: Shiretoko: Rausu1999F6HUH99003JAPJAPHOKHokkaido: Shiretoko: Rausu1999F10HUH99002JAPJAPHOKHokkaido: Shiretoko: Rausu2001DecemberFHUH200101JAPJAPHOKHokkaido: Shiretoko: Rausu2001DecemberFHUH200102JAPJAPHOKHokkaido: Shiretoko: Rausu2001DecemberFHUH200103JAPJAPHOKHokkaido: Shiretoko: Rausu2001DecemberFHUH200104JAPJAPHOKHokkaido: Shiretoko: Rausu2001DecemberFHUH200105JAPJAPHOKHokkaido: Shiretoko: Rausu2001DecemberFHUH200106JAPJAPHOKHokkaido: Shiretoko: Rausu2001DecemberFHUH200109JAPJAPHOKHokkaido: Shiretoko: Rausu2001DecemberFHUH200110JAPJAPHOKHokkaido: fetusAUGShibano-2JAPJAPHOKHokkaidoMadultHUHK2JAPJAPHOKHokkaidoMadultHUHK3JAPJAPHOKHokkaidoMadultHUHK4JAPJAPHOKHokkaidoMadultHUHK5JAPJAPHOKHokkaidoMadultHUHK6JAPJAPHOKHokkaidoMadultHUHK7JAPJAPHOKHokkaidoMadultHUHK8JAPJAPHOKHokkaidoMadultHUHK934 International Survey of Scientific Collections of Steller Sea Lions, E.H. 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Miller, A.W. Trites , and Ø. Wiig    LocalitiesLocality detailsYearSeasonSexAgeCollectionCat. no.RUSRUSHOKKuril Is.: Antsiferovo I.1963JulyM5TINRN33RUSRUSHOKKuril Is.: Chirinkotan I.1963JulyM4TINRN34RUSRUSHOKKuril Is.1963TINR132RUSRUSHOKKuril Is.1963MTINR134RUSRUSHOKKuril Is.1963TINR383RUSRUSHOKKuril Is.1964AugustM4TINR189RUSRUSHOKKuril Is.1964AugustM5TINR177RUSRUSHOKKuril Is.: Rashua I.1964AugustM7TINR186RUSRUSHOKKuril Is.: Raykoke I.1964AugustF5TINR179RUSRUSHOKKuril Is.: Raykoke I.1964AugustF11TINR184RUSRUSHOKKuril Is.: Raykoke I.1964AugustF15TINR178RUSRUSHOKKuril Is.: Raykoke I.1964AugustF20TINR185RUSRUSHOKKuril Is.: Raykoke I.1964AugustMpupTINR182RUSRUSHOKKuril Is.: Raykoke I.1964AugustMpupTINR183RUSRUSHOKKuril Is.: Antsiferovo I.1964JulyM10TINR158RUSRUSHOKKuril Is.: Raykoke I.1964MayF5TINR148RUSRUSHOKKuril Is.: Iturup I.1965JuneF16TINR196RUSRUSHOKKuril Is.: Iturup I.1965JuneMpupTINR198RUSRUSHOKKuril Is.: Antsiferovo I.1966F7TINRN (W? ) 6RUSRUSHOKKuril Is.: Lovushki I.1968FpupTINR168RUSRUSHOKKuril Is.: Lovushki I.1968MpupTINR169RUSRUSHOKKuril Is.: Rashua I.1969MTINR20117RUSRUSWBSCommander Is.: Bering I.1969OctoberMadultZIN33720RUSRUSWBSCommander Is.: Bering I.1969OctoberadultZIN33721RUSRUSWBSCommander Is.: Bering I.1969OctoberMadultZIN33722RUSRUSWBSCommander Is.: Bering I.1969OctoberMadultZIN33723RUSRUSWBSCommander Is.: Bering I.1969OctoberMadultZIN33724RUSRUSWBSCommander Is.: Bering I.1969FadultZIN33719RUSRUSHOKKuril Is. (southern)1970JuneM0.9AUG1696RUSRUSHOKKuril Is. (southern)1970MayM0.9AUG1646RUSRUSHOKKuril Is. (southern)1970M0.9AUG1631RUSRUSHOKKuril Is.: Chernyye Brat'ya I.1972JuneM5TINR260RUSRUSHOKKuril Is.: Ketoy I.1972JuneM5TINR267RUSRUSHOKKuril Is.: Matua I.1972JuneF20TINR265RUSRUSHOKKuril Is.: Iturup I.1972MarchF6TINR270International Survey of Scientific Collections of Steller Sea Lions, E.H. Miller, A.W. Trites, and Ø. Wiig  37     LocalitiesLocality detailsYearSeasonSexAgeCollectionCat. no.RUSRUSWBSCommander Is.1974MZMMU100249RUSRUSWBSCommander Is.1974MZMMU100250RUSRUSWBSCommander Is.1974MZMMU100251RUSRUSWBSCommander Is.1974MZMMU100252RUSRUSWBSCommander Is.1974MZMMU100253RUSRUSWBSCommander Is.1974MZMMU100254RUSRUSWBSCommander Is.1974MZMMU100255RUSRUSWBSCommander Is.1974MZMMU100256RUSRUSWBSCommander Is.1974MZMMU100257RUSRUSWBSCommander Is.1974MZMMU100258RUSRUSHOKKuril Is.: Lovushki I.1975SeptemberFTINRN4RUSRUSHOKKuril Is.: Shiashkotan I.1975SeptemberMTINRN2RUSRUSHOKKuril Is.1976FTINRN5RUSRUSHOKKuril Is.: Chernyye Brat'ya I.1976M7TINR263RUSRUSHOKKuril Is.1976F8TINRN22RUSRUSHOKKuril Is.1976MTINR15RUSRUSHOKKuril Is.1976TINR110RUSRUSHOKKuril Is.1976MTINR135RUSRUSHOKKuril Is.1976FTINR20112RUSRUSHOKKuril Is.1976MTINR20114RUSRUSHOKKuril Is.1976MTINR20332RUSRUSHOKKuril Is.1976MTINR20351RUSRUSHOKKuril Is.1976FTINR20354RUSRUSHOKKuril Is.1976MTINR20442RUSRUSHOKKuril Is.1976MTINR20443RUSRUSHOKKuril Is.1976MTINR20445RUSRUSHOKKuril Is.1976TINR20446RUSRUSHOKKuril Is.1976MTINR20447RUSRUSHOKKuril Is.1976MTINR20451RUSRUSHOKKuril Is.1976TINR20454RUSRUSHOKKuril Is.1976FTINR20459RUSRUSHOKKuril Is.1976FTINR20460RUSRUSHOKKuril Is.1976FTINR20467RUSRUSHOKKuril Is.1976FTINRN1RUSRUSWBSBering Sea (western)1981AprilMNMML166138 International Survey of Scientific Collections of Steller Sea Lions, E.H. Miller, A.W. Trites , and Ø. Wiig    LocalitiesLocality detailsYearSeasonSexAgeCollectionCat. no.RUSRUSHOKKuril Is: Kurashir I.1985AugustZIN32196RUSRUSHOKKuril Is.: Ketoy1989JulyMNMML1344RUSRUSHOKKuril Is.: Ketoy1989JulyMNMML1345RUSRUSHOKKuril Is.: Lovushki: Dolgoi1989JulyFNMML1346RUSRUSHOKKuril Is.: Lovushki: Dolgoi1989JulyFNMML1347RUSRUSHOKKuril Is.: Lovushki: Dolgoi1989JulyFNMML1348RUSRUSHOKKuril Is.: Lovushki: Dolgoi1989JulyFNMML1349RUSRUSHOKKuril Is.: Lovushki: Dolgoi1989JulyFNMML1350RUSRUSHOKKuril Is.: Lovushki: Dolgoi1989JulyFNMML1351RUSRUSHOKKuril Is.: Lovushki: Dolgoi1989JulyFNMML1352RUSRUSHOKKuril Is.: Lovushki: Dolgoi1989JulyFNMML1353RUSRUSHOKKuril Is.: Lovushki: Dolgoi1989JulyFNMML1354RUSRUSHOKKuril Is.: Lovushki: Dolgoi1989JulyFNMML1355RUSRUSHOKKuril Is.: Lovushki: Dolgoi1989JulyFNMML1356RUSRUSHOKKuril Is.: Lovushki: Dolgoi1989JulyFNMML1357RUSRUSHOKKuril Is.: Brat Chirpoyev1989JuneFNMML1343RUSRUSHOKKuril Is.: Lovushki1989JuneFNMML1342RUSRUSHOKKuril Is.: Srednego (Khitraya)1989JuneFNMML1341RUSRUSHOKKuril Is.MayFTINR-RUSRUSHOKSea of Okhotsk: Zavjalova I.ZIN27200RUSRUSWBSCommander Is.MZIN9484RUSRUSWBSCommander Is.: Bering I.MNMNHA22071RUSRUSWBSCommander Is.: Bering I.MNMNHA22072RUSRUSWBSCommander Is.: Bering I.MNMNHA22077RUSRUSWBSKamchatkaFMNHU2782USAAKAleutian Is.1853NAT13440USAAKAK-5Insel Unalaschka1860 ZIN728USAAKAK-8Pribilof Is.: St. George I.1864NAT13441USAAKAK-8Pribilof Is.: St. Paul I.1869NovemberNMNH11225USAAKAK-8Pribilof Is.: St. Paul I.1872MNHU72815USAAKAK-8Pribilof Is.: St. Paul I.1879AugustNMNH13157USAAKAK-8Pribilof Is.: St. Paul I.1879NMNHA16309USAAKAK-8Pribilof Is.: St. Paul I.1882juvenileNMNH188985USAAKAK-8Pribilof Is.: St. Paul I.1884CAS9045USAAKAK-5Insel Unalaschka1886FjuvenileZIN744International Survey of Scientific Collections of Steller Sea Lions, E.H. Miller, A.W. Trites, and Ø. Wiig  39     LocalitiesLocality detailsYearSeasonSexAgeCollectionCat. no.USAAKAK-5Insel Unalaschka1886MZIN746USAAKAK-8Pribilof Is.1890JuneMNMNHA34835USAAKAK-8Pribilof Is.: St. Paul I.1890MayMNMNHA34836USAAKAK-8Pribilof Is.: St. Paul I.1891AugustMNMNH188981USAAKAK-8Pribilof Is.: St. Paul I.1892AugustMNMNH188982USAAKAK-8Pribilof Is.: St. Paul I.1892juvenileNMNH188983USAAKAK-8Pribilof Is.: St. Paul I.1892juvenileNMNH188984USAAKAK-8Pribilof Is.: St. Paul I.1896JulyFCAS16110USAAKAK-8Pribilof Is.: St. Paul I.1896MNHU70692USAAKAK-8Pribilof Is.: St. Paul I.1897MadultNMNH83887USAAKAK-8Pribilof Is.: St. Paul I.1897NHM1897.2.17.1USAAKAK-8Pribilof Is.: St.George I.1897MNHM1897.1.18.5USAAKAK-8Pribilof Is.: St.George I.1897FNHM1897.1.18.7USAAKAK-8Pribilof Is.: St.George I.1897NHM1897.1.18.8USAAKAK-5Aleutian Is.: Bogoslof I.1899JulyFjuvenileNMNH98070USAAKAK-8Pribilof Is.: St. Paul I.1902JulyMNMNH114830USAAKAK-3Seldovia1904NMNH133235USAAK1905MNHM1905.11.8.1USAAKAK-1Barrier I.1908NMNH154013USAAKAK-8Togiak Bay1911NMNH202705USAAKAK-4Nagai/Shumagin Is.1912JuneMNHU37702USAAKAK-5Aleutian Is.: Bogoslof I.1913JuneFCMNH21005USAAKAK-8Pribilof Is.1914SeptemberNMNH199611USAAKAK-1Hawk Inlet1915AugustFNMNH211101USAAKAK-8Pribilof Is.: St. Paul I.1916NMSUSAAKAK-1Chichagof I.: Port Frederick1917springMNMNH229226USAAKAK-1Sitka1918AprilMNMNH228877USAAKAK-1Kruzof Island: Mount Edgecombe1919MNMNH233505USAAKAK-8Pribilof Is.: St. Paul I.1920CAS3683USAAKAK-8Pribilof Is.: St. Paul I.1920CAS3684USAAKAK-8Pribilof Is.1923JuneNMNH239368USAAKAK-3Kodiak I.1930NMNH256492USAAKAK-3Kodiak I.: Chiniak Cape1931JulyjuvenileANSP14400USAAKAK-3Kodiak I.: Chiniak Cape1931JulyMANSP14424USAAKAK-5Aleutian Is.: Unalaska I.: Dutch Harbor1936summerNMNH26122940 International Survey of Scientific Collections of Steller Sea Lions, E.H. Miller, A.W. Trites , and Ø. Wiig    LocalitiesLocality detailsYearSeasonSexAgeCollectionCat. no.USAAKAK-6Aleutian Is.: Little Kiska I.1936summerNMNH261231USAAKAK-7Aleutian Is.: Attu I.1936summerNMNH261230USAAKAK-6Aleutian Is.: Kagamil I.1937summerNMNH267526USAAKAK-5Aleutian Is.: Bogoslof I.1938AugustMNMNH270971USAAKAK-8Pribilof Is.: St. Paul I.1940JulyMNMNH270972USAAKAK-8Pribilof Is.: St. Paul I.1940JulyMNMNH270973USAAKAK-8Pribilof Is.: St. Paul I.1941NovemberMNMNH270969USAAKAK-8Pribilof Is.: St. Paul I.1941SeptemberMNMNH270970USAAKAK-8Pribilof Is.: St. Paul I.1944JuneMneonateNMNH276038USAAKAK-8Pribilof Is.: St. Paul I.1944JuneMneonateNMNH276039USAAKAK-8Pribilof Is.: St. Paul I.1944MayMjuvenileNMNH276361USAAKAK-8Pribilof Is.: St. Paul I.1944MayFneonateNMNH276037USAAKAK-8Pribilof Is.: St. Paul I.1946JulyMadultNMNH276031USAAKAK-8Pribilof Is.: St. Paul I.1947AugustNMNH276207USAAKAK-8Pribilof Is.: St. Paul I.1947JulyFNMNH276040USAAKAK-8Pribilof Is.: St. Paul I.1947JulyFNMNH276208USAAKAK-8Pribilof Is.: St. Paul I.1947JuneM1NMML317USAAKAK-8Pribilof Is.: St. Paul I.1947SeptemberpupNMNH276036USAAKAK-8Pribilof Is.: St. Paul I.1948JulyMadultNMNH276354USAAKAK-8Pribilof Is.: St. Paul I.1948JulyFNMNH276209USAAKAK-8Pribilof Is.: St. Paul I.1949AugustMNHM1950.3.29.9USAAKAK-8Pribilof Is.: St. George I.1949JulyMyearlingNMNH285747USAAKAK-8Pribilof Is.: St. Paul I.1949JulyFNHM1950.3.29.10USAAKAK-8Pribilof Is.: St. Paul I.1949JulyMNHM1950.3.29.12USAAKAK-8Pribilof Is.: St.George I.1949JulyMNHM1950.3.29.11USAAKAK-8Pribilof Is.: St. Paul I.1949JuneMadultNMNH285509USAAKAK-8Pribilof Is.: St. Paul I.1949JuneMjuvenileNMNH285505USAAKAK-8Pribilof Is.: St. Paul I.1949JuneMsubadultNMNH285507USAAKAK-8Pribilof Is.: St. Paul I.1949JuneMsubadultNMNH285508USAAKAK-8Pribilof Is.: St. Paul I.1949JuneMyearlingNMNH285506USAAKAK-8Pribilof Is.: St. Paul I.1950JuneMadultNMML316USAAKAK-8Pribilof Is.: St. Paul I.1950JuneFadultNMML318USAAKAK-8Pribilof Is.: St. Paul I.1950JuneMneonateMVZ113626USAAKAK-8Pribilof Is.: St. Paul I.1950JuneMUWBM19896USAAKAK-8St. Lawrence I.1951UPS3203International Survey of Scientific Collections of Steller Sea Lions, E.H. Miller, A.W. Trites, and Ø. Wiig  41     LocalitiesLocality detailsYearSeasonSexAgeCollectionCat. no.USAAKAK-8Pribilof Is.: St. Paul I.1952August1-2NMML319USAAKAK-3Kodiak I.: Uyak Bay: 2 mi NE Uyak1953MayFUMMZ103351USAAKAK-8St. Lawrence I.1953AugustMUBC4502USAAK1953JuneMadultUAM1531USAAK1953JuneFneonateUAM1532USAAK1953JuneMyearlingUAM1528USAAKAK-8Pribilof Is.: St. Paul I.1954JuneMneonateUWBM51174USAAKAK-8Pribilof Is.: St. Paul I.1954JuneFneonateUWBM51175USAAKAK-3Cape Barnabas: Sitkalidak I.1955JuneFadultWSU55-382USAAKAK-3Cape Barnabas: Sitkalidak I.1955JuneMadultWSU55-383USAAKAK-3Cape Barnabas: Sitkalidak I.1955JuneMadultWSU55-384USAAKAK-3Cape Barnabas: Sitkalidak I.1955JuneMfetusWSU55-381USAAKAK-3Cape Barnabas: Sitkalidak I.1955JuneFyearlingWSU55-380USAAKAK-8St. Lawrence I.: Stolbi Rocks1955JulyFUPS4982USAAK1956FebruaryFjuvenileUAM11502USAAK1956JulyMadultUAM4233USAAKAK-4Shumagin Is.: Atkin I.1957AugustMUWBM32571USAAK1957JulyFneonateUAM11508USAAKAK-3Walrus Is.: (55 35 N, 160 18 W)1958JuneM1NMML365USAAKAK-3Walrus Is.: (55 35 N, 160 18 W)1958JuneM15NMML364USAAKAK-4Shumagin Is.: Chernabura I.1958JulyM1NMML321USAAKAK-4Shumagin Is.: Chernabura I.1958JulyF2NMML337USAAKAK-4Shumagin Is.: Chernabura I.1958JulyM5NMML351USAAKAK-4Shumagin Is.: Chernabura I.1958JulyM7NMML354USAAKAK-4Shumagin Is.: Chernabura I.1958JulyM8NMML341USAAKAK-4Shumagin Is.: Chernabura I.1958JulyM9NMML326USAAKAK-4Shumagin Is.: Chernabura I.1958JulyM9NMML345USAAKAK-4Shumagin Is.: Chernabura I.1958JulyM9NMML350USAAKAK-4Shumagin Is.: Chernabura I.1958JulyM9NMML361USAAKAK-4Shumagin Is.: Chernabura I.1958JulyF10NMML322USAAKAK-4Shumagin Is.: Chernabura I.1958JulyM10NMML325USAAKAK-4Shumagin Is.: Chernabura I.1958JulyM11NMML335USAAKAK-4Shumagin Is.: Chernabura I.1958JulyM11NMML336USAAKAK-4Shumagin Is.: Chernabura I.1958JulyM11NMML346USAAKAK-4Shumagin Is.: Chernabura I.1958JulyF11NMML34842 International Survey of Scientific Collections of Steller Sea Lions, E.H. Miller, A.W. Trites , and Ø. Wiig    LocalitiesLocality detailsYearSeasonSexAgeCollectionCat. no.USAAKAK-4Shumagin Is.: Chernabura I.1958JulyF11NMML356USAAKAK-4Shumagin Is.: Chernabura I.1958JulyF12NMML333USAAKAK-4Shumagin Is.: Chernabura I.1958JulyM12NMML342USAAKAK-4Shumagin Is.: Chernabura I.1958JulyM12NMML360USAAKAK-4Shumagin Is.: Chernabura I.1958JulyF13NMML347USAAKAK-4Shumagin Is.: Chernabura I.1958JulyF13NMML357USAAKAK-4Shumagin Is.: Chernabura I.1958JulyF14NMML331USAAKAK-4Shumagin Is.: Chernabura I.1958JulyF14NMML332USAAKAK-4Shumagin Is.: Chernabura I.1958JulyM15NMML349USAAKAK-4Shumagin Is.: Chernabura I.1958JulyM15NMML359USAAKAK-4Shumagin Is.: Chernabura I.1958JulyF15NMML363USAAKAK-4Shumagin Is.: Chernabura I.1958JulyM16NMML320USAAKAK-4Shumagin Is.: Chernabura I.1958JulyF17NMML344USAAKAK-4Shumagin Is.: Chernabura I.1958JulyF18NMML353USAAKAK-4Shumagin Is.: Chernabura I.1958JulyM19NMML352USAAKAK-4Shumagin Is.: Chernabura I.1958JulyF20NMML334USAAKAK-4Shumagin Is.: Chernabura I.1958JulyM~1 monthNMML340USAAKAK-4Shumagin Is.: Chernabura I.1958JuneM3NMML330USAAKAK-4Shumagin Is.: Chernabura I.1958JuneM3NMML358USAAKAK-4Shumagin Is.: Chernabura I.1958JuneF9NMML324USAAKAK-4Shumagin Is.: Chernabura I.1958JuneM9NMML329USAAKAK-4Shumagin Is.: Chernabura I.1958JuneM10NMML338USAAKAK-4Shumagin Is.: Chernabura I.1958JuneF10NMML355USAAKAK-4Shumagin Is.: Chernabura I.1958JuneM11NMML328USAAKAK-4Shumagin Is.: Chernabura I.1958JuneF12NMML323USAAKAK-4Shumagin Is.: Chernabura I.1958JuneF12NMML339USAAKAK-4Shumagin Is.: Chernabura I.1958JuneM13NMML327USAAKAK-4Shumagin Is.: Chernabura I.1958JuneF16NMML343USAAKAK-4Shumagin Is.: Chernabura I.1958JuneF18NMML362USAAK1958MarchUAM5011USAAKAK-1Alexander Archipelago: Dall I.1960MDMNS8655USAAKAK-3Afognak I.: Tonki Cape: 6 mi E1960MayFfetusNMML369USAAKAK-3Marmot I. (Gulf of )1960MayF4NMML370USAAKAK-3Marmot I.: Marmot Cape: 14 mi E1960MayF1NMML368USAAKAK-4Bering Sea: Amak I.1960JulyF1NMML373International Survey of Scientific Collections of Steller Sea Lions, E.H. Miller, A.W. Trites, and Ø. Wiig  43     LocalitiesLocality detailsYearSeasonSexAgeCollectionCat. no.USAAKAK-4Bering Sea: Amak I.1960JulyM~6 monthsNMML377USAAKAK-4Bering Sea: Amak I.1960JulyFNMML378USAAKAK-4Little Koniuji I. (Gulf of ): 2 mi S1960JuneF5NMML372USAAKAK-4Simeonof I. (Gulf of): 8 mi E (54 54 N, 158 58 1960JuneM4NMML371USAAKAK-5Unimak Pass (54 23 N, 165 23 W)1960JulyF3NMML375USAAKAK-5Unimak Pass (54 27 N, 165 34 W)1960JulyM3NMML374USAAKAK-8Pribilof Is.: St. Paul I.1960JulyLACM52330USAAKAK-8Pribilof Is.: Walrus I.1960JulyM~1 monthNMML376USAAK1960SeptemberMadultUAM11507USAAK1961SeptemberMfirst yearUAM11505USAAKAK-5Unimak Pass (54 15 N, 165 12 W)1962JuneF2NMML383USAAKAK-5Unimak Pass (54 19 N, 164 35 W)1962JuneM2NMML381USAAKAK-5Unimak Pass (54 23 N, 165 24 W)1962JuneF4NMML384USAAKAK-5Unimak Pass (54 25 N, 165 03 W)1962JuneM2NMML382USAAKAK-5Unimak Pass (54 11 N, 165 02 W)1962MayF5NMML380USAAKAK-5Unimak Pass (54 09 N, 164 25 W)1962SeptemberM2NMML392USAAKAK-5Unimak Pass (54 14 N, 164 45 W)1962SeptemberF1NMML386USAAKAK-5Unimak Pass (54 15 N, 164 47 W)1962SeptemberF2NMML387USAAKAK-5Unimak Pass (54 15 N, 164 55 W)1962SeptemberM1NMML391USAAKAK-5Unimak Pass (54 17 N, 165 19 W)1962SeptemberM3NMML390USAAKAK-5Unimak Pass (54 21 N, 165 15 W)1962SeptemberF2NMML385USAAKAK-3Barren Is.: Sugarloaf I.1964JuneNMMLADF&G SL 24USAAKAK-3Barren Is.: Sugarloaf I.1964JuneFNMMLADF&G SL 29USAAKAK-5Bering Sea (54 00 N, 166 28 W)1964SeptemberFNMML389USAAKAK-8Bering Sea: Walrus I.: 54 mi E1964AugustMNMML388USAAKAK-8Pribilof Is.: Walrus I.1965JuneMpupNMML396USAAKAK-8Pribilof Is.: Walrus I.1965JuneFpupNMML397USAAKAK-8Pribilof Is.: nr. 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Wiig    LocalitiesLocality detailsYearSeasonSexAgeCollectionCat. no.USAAK1971AprilFadultUAM11636USAAK1971AprilMfetusUAM41945USAAK1974JulyMadultUAM11470USAAK1974JulyFfirst yearUAM11504USAAKAK-2Prince William Sd.: The Needle1975AprilM2NMMLADF&G SL-13-75USAAKAK-2Prince William Sd.: The Needle1975AprilM3NMMLADF&G SL-12-75USAAKAK-2Prince William Sd.: Prince of Wales Pass1975MarchM1NMMLADF&G SL-4-75USAAKAK-2Prince William Sd.: Prince of Wales Pass1975MarchM3NMMLADF&G SL-5-75USAAKAK-2Prince William Sd.: Prince of Wales Pass1975MarchM3NMMLADF&G SL-6-75USAAKAK-2Prince William Sd.: Prince of Wales Pass1975MarchM3NMMLADF&G SL-8-75USAAKAK-2Prince William Sd.: Prince of Wales Pass1975MarchM4NMMLADF&G SL-10-75USAAKAK-2Prince William Sd.: Prince of Wales Pass1975MarchM4NMMLADF&G SL-11-75USAAKAK-2Prince William Sd.: Prince of Wales Pass1975MarchM5NMMLADF&G SL-9-75USAAKAK-2Prince William Sd.: Pleiades I.1975NovemberM7NMMLADF&G SL-3-75USAAKAK-2Prince William Sd.: Montague Pt.1975OctoberM3NMMLADF&G SL-1-75USAAKAK-2Prince William Sd.: Montague Pt.1975OctoberFadultCAS21754USAAKAK-2Cordova1975M5NMMLADF&G SL-15-75USAAKAK-2Prince William Sd.1975NMMLADF&G SL-PWS-5-75USAAKAK-3Kodiak I. (near Gulf of) (56 42 N, 152 15 W)1975FebruaryM2.5NMML395USAAKAK-652 18 N, 173 50 W1975JanuaryFfetusUPS25979USAAKAK-652 28 N, 173 58 W1975JanuaryFfetusUPS25978USAAKAK-6Aleutian Is.: Atka I.: Cape Shaw1975JanuaryFUPS20116USAAK1975JulyMSDM23174USAAK1975FUAM37032USAAKAK-2Kenai Peninsula Borough: Chiswell I.1976AprilF2NMML1525USAAKAK-2Kenai Peninsula Borough: Chiswell I.1976AprilF2NMML1526USAAKAK-2Middleton I. (59.26.5 N, 146.20.0 W)1976MayF3NMML1529USAAKAK-2Middleton I. (59.26.5 N, 146.20.0 W)1976MayF4NMML1528USAAKAK-3Kodiak I.: Latax Rocks1976AprilF2NMML1527USAAKAK-3Kodiak I.: Cape Ugak1976FebruaryF3NMML1524USAAKAK-3Kodiak I.: Cape Ugak1976FebruaryF12NMML1523USAAKAK-3Kodiak: Cape Ugak1976FebruaryM2NMML1579USAAKAK-3Barren Is.: Sugarloaf I.1976OctoberF2NMML1540USAAKAK-3Chirikof I. (55.46.5 N, 155.39.5 W)1976OctoberF1NMML1534USAAKAK-3Chirikof I. (55.46.5 N, 155.39.5 W)1976OctoberF2NMML1533International Survey of Scientific Collections of Steller Sea Lions, E.H. Miller, A.W. Trites, and Ø. Wiig  45     LocalitiesLocality detailsYearSeasonSexAgeCollectionCat. no.USAAKAK-3Chirikof I. (55.46.5 N, 155.39.5 W)1976OctoberF20NMML1532USAAKAK-3Kodiak I.: Marmot I. (58.14.0 N, 151.47.5 W)1976OctoberF1NMML1537USAAKAK-3Kodiak I.: Marmot I. (58.14.0 N, 151.47.5 W)1976OctoberF1NMML1543USAAKAK-3Kodiak I.: Marmot I. (58.14.0 N, 151.47.5 W)1976OctoberF4NMML1539USAAKAK-3Kodiak I.: Marmot I. (58.14.0 N, 151.47.5 W)1976OctoberF8NMML1538USAAKAK-3Kodiak I.: Marmot I. (58.14.0 N, 151.47.5 W)1976OctoberF13NMML1536USAAKAK-3Kodiak I.: Marmot I. (58.14.0 N, 151.47.5 W)1976OctoberF15NMML1542USAAKAK-3Kodiak I.: Sea Otter I.1976OctoberF2NMML1531USAAKAK-3Kodiak I.: Sea Otter I.1976OctoberF3NMML1541USAAKAK-3Kodiak I.: Sea Otter I.1976OctoberF11NMML1535USAAKAK-3Marmot I. (Gulf of )1976OctoberFadultCAS21756USAAKAK-3Semidi Is.: Chowiet I.1976OctoberF2NMML1530USAAKAK-3Katmai National Monument: Hallo Bay1976SeptemberMUPS21812USAAKAK-3Katmai National Monument: Hallo Bay1976SeptemberMUPS21813USAAKAK-5Aleutian Is.: Bogoslof I.1976OctoberFNMML1294USAAKAK-5Aleutian Is.: Bogoslof I.1976OctoberMNMML1295USAAKAK-8Bering Sea (eastern)1976MarchFadultNMMLADF&G SUV-1-76USAAKAK-8Bering Sea (eastern)1976MarchFjuvenileNMMLADF&G SUV-2-76USAAKAK-8Bering Sea (eastern)1976MarchMjuvenileNMMLADF&G SUV-4-76USAAKAK-8Bering Sea (eastern)1976MarchMNMMLADF&G SUV-5-76USAAK1976FNMMLADF&G SUV-25-76USAAKAK-2Cape St. Elias (Gulf of)1977AprilMNMMLADF&G CSE # 3 4-21-7USAAKAK-2Prince William Sd. (Gulf of): Goose Is.1977FebruaryF4NMML1544USAAKAK-2Prince William Sd. (Gulf of): Goose Is.1977FebruaryF4NMML1545USAAKAK-2Prince William Sd. (Gulf of): Port Fidalgo1977FebruaryF4NMML1547USAAKAK-2Prince William Sd. (Gulf of): Port Fidalgo1977FebruaryF4NMML1548USAAKAK-2Prince William Sd. (Gulf of): Port Fidalgo1977FebruaryF4NMML1580USAAKAK-2Prince William Sd. (Gulf of): Port Fidalgo1977FebruaryF5NMML1546USAAKAK-2Prince William Sd. (Gulf of): Port Fidalgo1977FebruaryF5NMML1581USAAKAK-2Prince William Sd. (Gulf of): Port Fidalgo1977FebruaryF12NMML1549USAAKAK-2Prince William Sd.: Port Fidalgo1977FebruaryFNMML1296USAAKAK-2Cape St. Elias (Gulf of): Kayak I.1977MarchF7NMML1572USAAKAK-2Cape St. Elias (Gulf of): Kayak I.1977MarchF8NMML1573USAAKAK-2Kenai Peninsula Borough: Aialik Cape1977MarchF2NMML1582USAAKAK-2Kenai Peninsula Borough: Aialik Cape1977MarchF3NMML155546 International Survey of Scientific Collections of Steller Sea Lions, E.H. Miller, A.W. Trites , and Ø. Wiig    LocalitiesLocality detailsYearSeasonSexAgeCollectionCat. no.USAAKAK-2Kenai Peninsula Borough: Aialik Cape1977MarchFNMML1556USAAKAK-2Prince William Sd. (Gulf of): Pleiades Is.1977MarchF8NMML1550USAAKAK-2Cape St. Elias (Gulf of): Kayak I.1977MayM2NMML1299USAAKAK-2Prince William Sd. (Gulf of)1977NovemberM5NMML1568USAAKAK-2Prince William Sd. (Gulf of): Chenega I.1977NovemberF14NMML1566USAAKAK-2Prince William Sd. (Gulf of): Glacier I.1977NovemberF8NMML1565USAAKAK-2Prince William Sd. (Gulf of): Glacier I.1977NovemberMNMML1298USAAKAK-2Prince William Sd. (Gulf of): Goose Is.1977NovemberM4NMML1569USAAKAK-2Prince William Sd. (Gulf of): Pleiades Is.1977NovemberM5NMML1567USAAKAK-2Prince William Sd. (Gulf of): Pt. Eleanor1977NovemberF2NMML1571USAAKAK-2Prince William Sd. (Gulf of): Pt. Eleanor1977NovemberM3NMML1570USAAKK-2 or Kenai Peninsula: Resurrection Bay1977FebruaryFNMMLADF&G FW-1-77USAAKK-2 or Kenai Peninsula: Resurrection Bay1977FebruaryNMMLADF&G FW-2-77USAAKAK-3Kodiak Archipelago1977AprilF4NMML1557USAAKAK-3Kodiak I. (Gulf of )1977AprilFNMML1297USAAKAK-3Outer (Pye) I. (Gulf of)1977MarchM1NMML1552USAAKAK-3Outer (Pye) I. (Gulf of)1977MarchF16NMML1554USAAKAK-3Outer (Pye) I. (Gulf of)1977MarchM18NMML1553USAAKAK-3Outer (Pye) I. (Gulf of)1977MarchF21NMML1551USAAKAK-3Barren Is.: Sugarloaf I.1977MayM2NMML1588USAAKAK-3Barren Is.: Sugarloaf I.1977MayM11NMML1559USAAKAK-3Kodiak Archipelago1977MayF9NMML1560USAAKAK-3Kodiak Archipelago: Kodiak I.: Barnabus1977MayF3NMML1584USAAKAK-3Kodiak Archipelago: Kodiak I.: Barnabus1977MayF11NMML1583USAAKAK-3Kodiak Archipelago: Kodiak I.: Cape Chiniak1977MayF2NMML1591USAAKAK-3Kodiak Archipelago: Kodiak I.: Cape Chiniak1977MayF5NMML1590USAAKAK-3Kodiak Archipelago: Kodiak I.: Cape Chiniak1977MayF6NMML1589USAAKAK-3Kodiak I.: Latax Rocks1977MayF10NMML1561USAAKAK-3Kodiak I.: Marmot I.1977MayF4NMML1564USAAKAK-3Kodiak I.: Marmot I.1977MayF6NMML1563USAAKAK-3Kodiak I.: Marmot I.1977MayF13NMML1562USAAKAK-3Kodiak I.: Sea Otter I.1977MayM3NMML1558USAAKAK-3Kodiak I.: Sea Otter I.1977MayM3NMML1587USAAKAK-3Kodiak I.: Sea Otter I.1977MayF7NMML1585USAAKAK-3Kodiak I.: Sea Otter I.1977MayF10NMML1586International Survey of Scientific Collections of Steller Sea Lions, E.H. Miller, A.W. Trites, and Ø. Wiig  47     LocalitiesLocality detailsYearSeasonSexAgeCollectionCat. no.USAAKAK-3Marmot I. (Gulf of )1977MayFadultCAS21755USAAK1977NMML1592USAAK1977NMMLADF&G SL-11-75?USAAK1977NMMLADF&G SL-135-75(77?)USAAKAK-2Cape St. Elias (Gulf of)1978FNMMLADF&G CSE-171-78USAAKAK-3Alaska Peninsula: Wide Bay-Cape Douglas1978AprilM3NMML1575USAAKAK-3Alaska Peninsula: Wide Bay-Cape Douglas1978AprilF7NMML1574USAAKAK-3Kodiak Archipelago: Two-headed Is.1978AugustM4NMML1577USAAKAK-3Barren Is.: Sugarloaf I.1978FNMMLADF&GUSAAKAK-3Barren Is.: Sugarloaf I.1978MNMMLADF&GUSAAK3, -4, oAlaska Peninsula: Wide Bay-Unimak Pass1978JuneF7NMML1576USAAK1978AprilF6.8UAM18552USAAKAK-3Kodiak Archipelago: Marmot I.1982MarchFNMMLADF&G SL-2-82USAAKAK-3Kodiak Archipelago: Marmot I.1982MarchFNMMLADF&G SL-3-82USAAKAK-3Kodiak Archipelago: Marmot I.1982MarchFNMMLADF&G SL-5-82USAAKAK-3Kodiak Peninsula: Marmot I.1982MarchFNMMLADF&G SL-9-82USAAKAK-3Marmot I.1982MarchMNMMLADF&G SL-1-82USAAKAK-3Marmot I.1982MarchFNMMLADF&G SL-6-82USAAKAK-3Marmot I.1982MarchMNMMLADF&G SL-7-82USAAKAK-3Marmot I.1982MarchMNMMLADF&G SL-8-82USAAKAK-5Aleutian Is.: Krenitzin Is.: Akutan I.1982OctoberFpupNMML1302USAAKAK-5Aleutian Is.: Krenitzin Is.: Akutan I.1982OctoberFNMML1300USAAKAK-5Aleutian Is.: Krenitzin Is.: Akutan I.1982OctoberMNMML1301USAAKAK-3Shelikof Strait (Gulf of)1983MarchM3NMML1306USAAKAK-8Pribilof Is.: St. Paul I.: Northeast Pt.1983MayMNMML1303USAAKAK-8Pribilof Is.: St. Paul I.: Pobvania (sp?) Sands1983MayMNMML1304USAAKAK-8Pribilof Is.: St. Paul I.: Zapadni Bay1983MayMNMML1305USAAKAK-3Shelikof Strait (Gulf of)1984FebruaryMNMML1307USAAKAK-3Shelikof Strait (Gulf of)1984FebruaryFNMML1309USAAKAK-3Shelikof Strait (Gulf of)1984MarchFNMML1308USAAKAK-3Shelikof Strait (Gulf of)1984MarchFNMML1310USAAKAK-3Shelikof Strait (Gulf of)1984MarchFNMML1311USAAKAK-3Shelikof Strait (Gulf of)1984MarchFNMML1312USAAKAK-3Shelikof Strait (Gulf of)1984MarchFNMML1313USAAKAK-3Shelikof Strait (Gulf of)1984MarchFNMML131448 International Survey of Scientific Collections of Steller Sea Lions, E.H. Miller, A.W. Trites , and Ø. Wiig    LocalitiesLocality detailsYearSeasonSexAgeCollectionCat. no.USAAKAK-3Shelikof Strait (Gulf of)1984MarchMNMML1315USAAKAK-3Shelikof Strait (Gulf of)1984MarchFNMML1316USAAKAK-3Shelikof Strait (Gulf of)1984MarchFNMML1317USAAKAK-3Shelikof Strait (Gulf of)1984MarchFNMML1318USAAKAK-3Shelikof Strait (Gulf of)1984MarchFNMML1319USAAKAK-3Shelikof Strait (Gulf of)1984MarchFNMML1320USAAKAK-3Shelikof Strait (Gulf of)1984MarchMNMML1321USAAKAK-3Shelikof Strait (Gulf of)1984MarchFNMML1322USAAKAK-3Kodiak Archipelago: Izhut Bay1985OctoberF7NMML1631USAAKAK-3Kodiak I.: Marmot I.1985OctoberF6NMML1630USAAKAK-3Kodiak I.: Sea Otter I.1985OctoberF4NMML1632USAAKAK-3Kodiak I.: Sea Otter I.1985OctoberF10NMML1633USAAKAK-7Aleutian Is.: Attu I.1985AugustFUWBM34119USAAKAK-8Bering Sea (59 22.3 N, 172 50.9 W)1985MarchM2NMML1639USAAKAK-8Bering Sea (59 22.3 N, 172 50.9 W)1985MarchM4NMML1637USAAKAK-8Bering Sea (59 22.3 N, 172 50.9 W)1985MarchM4NMML1638USAAKAK-8Bering Sea (59 22.3 N, 172 50.9 W)1985MarchM10NMML1636USAAKAK-8Bering Sea (59 36.9 N, 172 50.6 W)1985MarchM11NMML1635USAAKAK-1Alexander Archipelago: Timbered I.1986MayM12NMML1634USAAKAK-2Cape Saint Elias: SW end of Kayak I.1987MarchFadultUWBMUSAAKAK-2Cape Saint Elias: SW end of Kayak I.1987MarchFadultUWBMUSAAKAK-2Cape Saint Elias: SW end of Kayak I.1987MarchFfetusUWBMUSAAKAK-6Aleutian Is.: Andreanof Is.1987MayFadultUAM64001USAAKAK-8Pribilof Is.: St. Paul I.1988SBM4038USAAKK-2 or Kenai Peninsula: Blying Sd.-Gore Pt.1989JulyFUWBM39481USAAKK-2 or Kenai Peninsula: Blying Sd.-Gore Pt.1989spring-summerMadultUWBM39483USAAKK-2 or Kenai Peninsula: Blying Sd.-Gore Pt.1989spring-summerFUWBM39482USAAK1989JunejuvenileUAM24092USAAK1993JuneMadultUAM31946USAAK1993JuneMadultUAM31947USAAK1993MayMadultUAM23417USAAK1993MayMadultUAM31951USAAK1993MayMUAM33980USAAK1994MayFadultUAM31916USAAK1994MayMjuvenileUAM32730International Survey of Scientific Collections of Steller Sea Lions, E.H. Miller, A.W. Trites, and Ø. Wiig  49     LocalitiesLocality detailsYearSeasonSexAgeCollectionCat. no.USAAK1994MayMjuvenileUAM32731USAAK1994MayMUAM30175USAAK1994MayMUAM30176USAAK1994MayFUAM30177USAAK1994MayMUAM30178USAAK1994MayMUAM30179USAAK1994MayMUAM30180USAAK1994MayMUAM30181USAAK1994MayMUAM32732USAAK1994MayMUAM32733USAAK1994OctoberMUAM24982USAAK1994OctoberFUAM31948USAAK1994OctoberMUAM31949USAAK1994OctoberMUAM31952USAAK1994OctoberMUAM31965USAAK1994OctoberMUAM33979USAAK1994OctoberMUAM33981USAAK1994winterUAM35426USAAKAK-2Prince William Sd.1995FUAM31904USAAK1995AprilMUAM31953USAAK1995AprilMUAM31954USAAK1995AugustFUAM43375USAAK1995FebruaryMUAM30426USAAK1995MarchMUAM31950USAAK1995MayMUAM31955USAAK1995MayUAM31956USAAK1995MayMUAM31957USAAK1995MayUAM31958USAAK1995MayMUAM31959USAAK1995MayUAM31960USAAK1995MayUAM31961USAAK1995MayMUAM31962USAAK1995MayUAM31963USAAK1995NovemberMUAM43371USAAK1995SeptemberUAM4453450 International Survey of Scientific Collections of Steller Sea Lions, E.H. Miller, A.W. Trites , and Ø. Wiig    LocalitiesLocality detailsYearSeasonSexAgeCollectionCat. no.USAAK1996AprilMUAM43365USAAK1996AprilFUAM43368USAAK1996FebruaryMUAM43367USAAK1996FebruaryMUAM43369USAAK1996JanuaryFUAM43381USAAK1996JanuaryMUAM44533USAAK1996JuneFUAM41596USAAK1996JuneFUAM41597USAAK1996JuneMUAM41598USAAK1996JuneFUAM41599USAAK1996MarchMUAM43372USAAK1996MarchFUAM43373USAAK1996MarchMUAM43374USAAK1996MayMUAM43370USAAK1996MUAM43366USAAK1996UAM47295USAAKAK-5Aleutian Is.: Fox Is.1997AprilMUAM51656USAAKAK-5Aleutian Is. Fox Is.1997UAM51657USAAKAK-5Aleutian Is. 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Wiig  51     LocalitiesLocality detailsYearSeasonSexAgeCollectionCat. no.USAAK1998JanuaryMUAM79789USAAK1998MayMUAM56101USAAK1998MayMUAM56102USAAK1998MayMUAM56103USAAK1998MayMUAM56104USAAK1998MayMUAM56105USAAK1998MayMUAM56106USAAK1998MayMUAM79777USAAK1998MayMUAM79780USAAK1998MayMUAM79786USAAK1998MayMUAM79787USAAK1998OctoberUAM72009USAAK1999AprilMUAM70597USAAK1999AprilUAM72007USAAK1999MarchMUAM79778USAAK1999MayMUAM56073USAAK1999MayUAM70789USAAK1999MayUAM70790USAAK1999MayMUAM83391USAAK1999OctoberjuvenileUAM62412USAAK1999OctoberjuvenileUAM62414USAAK1999OctoberMyearlingUAM62411USAAK1999OctoberFyearlingUAM62413USAAK1999UAM72008USAAK1999UAM72011USAAK1999UAM72012USAAK1999UAM83389USAAK2000MarchUAM62410USAAK2000OctoberUAM66469USAAK2000OctoberUAM66470USAAKAK-2Prince William Sd.2001AugustUAM63042USAAK2001AprilFUAM66471USAAK2001AprilUAM83508USAAK2001FebruaryMUAM62888USAAK2001FebruaryMUAM6288952 International Survey of Scientific Collections of Steller Sea Lions, E.H. Miller, A.W. Trites , and Ø. Wiig    LocalitiesLocality detailsYearSeasonSexAgeCollectionCat. no.USAAK2001FebruaryFUAM62890USAAK2001FebruaryMUAM62891USAAK2001FebruaryFUAM62892USAAK2001FebruaryFUAM62893USAAK2001FebruaryMUAM62894USAAK2001FebruaryMUAM62895USAAK2001FebruaryMUAM62896USAAK2001FebruaryMUAM62897USAAK2001MarchUAM66472USAAKAK-1Lynn Canal (near mouth of)MNMNH246499USAAKAK-2Kenai Peninsula: SewardAprilMVZ4770USAAKAK-2Prince William Sd.MadultUAM11506USAAKAK-2Prince William Sd.FUAM11503USAAKAK-3Katmai National ParkMfirst yearUAM7236USAAKAK-3Kodiak I.NMNH140754USAAKAK-4Clubbing Rocks (Gulf of) (54 42 N 162 27W)JuneFNMMLnoneUSAAKAK-4Clubbing Rocks (Gulf of) (54 42 N 162 27W)JuneMNMMLUSAAKAK-4LightHouse RocksMNMNHA38214USAAKAK-6Aleutian Is. Amlia I.MCZ44260USAAKAK-7Aleutian Is.: nr. 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Wiig  55     LocalitiesLocality detailsYearSeasonSexAgeCollectionCat. no.USACACASan Mateo Co.: Ano Nuevo I.1907JulyMMVZ4964USACACASan Mateo Co.: Ano Nuevo I.1907JulyFMVZ4967USACACASan Mateo Co.: Ano Nuevo I.1907JuneFadultMVZ4113USACACASan Mateo Co.: Ano Nuevo I.1907JuneMMVZ8821USACACASanta Barbara Co.: Pt. 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Pinos1909JuneFNMNH159964USACACASan Mateo Co.: Ano Nuevo I.1909JuneMadultCAS6USACACASan Mateo Co.: Ano Nuevo I.1909JuneMadultCAS7USACACASan Mateo Co.: Ano Nuevo I.1909JuneMadultCAS8USACACASan Mateo Co.: Ano Nuevo I.1909JuneMpupCAS4USACACASanta Barbara Co.: Santa Cruz I.1911JuneM4CAS431USACACASan Mateo Co.: Ano Nuevo I.1915JuneMadultCAS1118USACACASan Mateo Co.: Ano Nuevo I.1915JuneMadultCAS1119USACACASan Mateo Co.: Ano Nuevo I.1915JuneFadultCAS1120USACACASan Mateo Co.: Ano Nuevo I.1915JuneMadultAM1134USACACASan Mateo Co.: Ano Nuevo I.1915JuneFadultCAS133256 International Survey of Scientific Collections of Steller Sea Lions, E.H. Miller, A.W. Trites , and Ø. Wiig    LocalitiesLocality detailsYearSeasonSexAgeCollectionCat. no.USACACASan Mateo Co.: Ano Nuevo I.1915JuneMjuvenileCAS1122USACACASan Mateo Co.: Ano Nuevo I.1915JuneMpupCAS1121USACACASan Mateo Co.: Ano Nuevo I.1915JuneFLACM52311USACACASan Mateo Co.: Ano Nuevo I.1915JuneMLACM52312USACACASan Mateo Co.: Ano Nuevo I.1915JuneFLACM52313USACACASan Mateo Co.: Ano Nuevo I.1921JulyMLACM616USACACASan Mateo Co.: Ano Nuevo I.1921JulyLACM620USACACASan Mateo Co.: Ano Nuevo I.1921JuneMCAS3764USACACASan Mateo Co.: Ano Nuevo I.1924JuneimmatureDMNS2772USACACASan Mateo Co.: Ano Nuevo I.1924JuneimmatureDMNS2773USACACASan Mateo Co.: Ano Nuevo I.1924JuneFjuvenileCAS4940USACACASan Mateo Co.: Ano Nuevo I.1924JuneMDMNS2744USACACASan Mateo Co.: Ano Nuevo I.1924JuneMDMNS2769USACACASanta Barbara Co.: San Miguel I.1928JulyMadultUCLA15312USACACASanta Barbara Co.: San Miguel I.1928JuneFadultUCLA14394USACACASanta Barbara Co.: San Miguel I.1928JuneMimmatureUCLA14393USACACAMarin Co.: Bolivar Bay1929FebruaryFKU48100USACACASanta Cruz Co.: mouth of Waddell Creek1933JulyCAS7659USACACAMarin Co.: Dillon Beach1935JulyMVZ69602USACACA1936MayneonateMNHU48434USACACASan Mateo Co.: Moss Beach1938AugustLACM21443USACACAAlameda Co.: Berkeley Yacht Harbor1940JuneMMVZ91069USACACAMarin Co.: nr. Pt. Reyes Lighthouse1941AugustMMVZ96388USACACAAlameda Co.: Albany: nr. El Cerrito Hill1944SeptemberMMVZ101430USACACAMonterey Co.: Hopkins Marine Station1946JuneFKU18440USACACA1946MadultUWBM51177USACACA1946MUWBM51178USACACASanta Barbara Co.: Santa Barbara1949SBM253USACACASanta Barbara Co.: Santa Barbara1950SBM254USACACASan Mateo Co.: Ano Nuevo I.1950MNHM1950.7.21.3USACACASan Mateo Co.: Ano Nuevo I.1950MNHM1950.7.21.4USACACASan Mateo Co.: Ano Nuevo I.1950FNHM1950.7.21.5USACACASan Mateo Co.: Ano Nuevo I.1950FNHM1950.7.21.6USACACASan Mateo Co.: Ano Nuevo I.1950NHM1950.7.21.7USACACASan Mateo Co.: Ano Nuevo I.1950NHM1950.7.21.8International Survey of Scientific Collections of Steller Sea Lions, E.H. Miller, A.W. Trites, and Ø. Wiig  57     LocalitiesLocality detailsYearSeasonSexAgeCollectionCat. no.USACACASan Luis Obispo Co.: Morrow Strand Park1952FebruaryLACM51183USACACAMonterey Co.: Elkhorn Slough1952JulyFMVZ118620USACACASanta Barbara Co.: Hollister Ranch1954SBM252USACACAMarin Co.: nr. Pt. Reyes Lighthouse1955AprilMVZ119669USACACASan Francisco: Ocean Beach: N end1956FadultBAND56USACACAMarin Co.: nr. Pt. Reyes Lighthouse1958AprilMfetusMVZ122524USACACASan Mateo Co.: Pigeon Pt.: 18 mi WSW1958MarchF3NMML366USACACASanta Cruz Co.: 37 09 N, 122 47 W1958MarchF17NMML367USACACASanta Cruz Co.: Waddell Beach1959JuneMCAS13497USACACAVentura Co.: San Nicolas I.1960AprilFLACM51232USACACAVentura Co.: San Nicolas I.1960AprilLACM51398USACACAHumboldt Co.: Clam Beach1960JuneHSU1762USACACAHumboldt Co.: Clam Beach1960JuneMCSLBUSACACASanta Cruz Co.: Waddell Beach1961AprilFimmatureBAND71USACACASan Mateo Co.: Ano Nuevo Pt.1961JulyMBAND75USACACASan Mateo Co.: Ano Nuevo I.1962JulyFpupCAS12864USACACASan Mateo Co.: Ano Nuevo I.1962JulyFBAND267USACACASan Mateo Co.: Ano Nuevo I.1962JuneM2 weeksBAND261USACACASan Mateo Co.: Ano Nuevo Pt.1962JuneFCAS13496USACACASan Mateo Co.: Ano Nuevo I.1962MayM~1 BAND235USACACASan Mateo Co.: Ano Nuevo I.1962MayF~2 BAND234USACACASan Mateo Co.: Ano Nuevo I.1963AugustMpupCAS12873USACACASan Mateo Co.: Ano Nuevo I.1963AugustFCAS12872USACACAMonterey Co.: Monterey Bay1963JulyMadultSOUUSACACASan Mateo Co.: Ano Nuevo I.1963JulyMpupCAS12870USACACASan Mateo Co.: Ano Nuevo I.1963JuneFpupCAS12866USACACASan Mateo Co.: Ano Nuevo I.1963OctoberF5 monthsCAS12875USACACASan Mateo Co.: Ano Nuevo I.1963OctoberMjuvenileCAS12874USACACASanta Cruz Co.: Waddell Beach1963summerFBAND408USACACASan Mateo Co.: Ano Nuevo I.1963HSU2729USACACASan Mateo Co.1963FadultBAND372USACACAMarin Co.: Wildcat Beach: S end1964JulyMBAND579USACACASan Mateo Co.: Ano Nuevo Pt.1964JuneF~2 BAND577USACACASan Mateo Co.: Bean Hollow Beach1964JunepupCAS13134USACACASan Mateo Co.: Ano Nuevo I.1964MarchpupCAS1288858 International Survey of Scientific Collections of Steller Sea Lions, E.H. Miller, A.W. Trites , and Ø. Wiig    LocalitiesLocality detailsYearSeasonSexAgeCollectionCat. no.USACACASan Francisco Co.: Farallon Is.1965JuneimmatureCAS24359USACACASan Mateo Co.: Ano Nuevo Pt.1965NovemberFadultBAND746USACACASan Mateo Co.: Ano Nuevo I.1965OctoberFBAND723USACACASan Mateo Co.: Ano Nuevo I.1965OctoberMBAND724USACACASan Mateo Co.: Pacifica: Sharp Park1966FebruaryFCAS13818USACACASan Mateo Co.: Pacifica: Salada Beach1966JulyFCAS13819USACACASan Mateo Co.: Ano Nuevo Pt.: 1/2mile N1967JulyFBAND1028USACACASan Mateo Co.: Ano Nuevo I.1967JuneMWSU67-40USACACASan Mateo Co.: Ano Nuevo I.1967NovemberMimmatureDMNS8656USACACAMarin Co.: Wildcat Beach: S end1967FBAND1144USACACAHumboldt Co.: McNutt Gulch: 1 mi S1968AprilMHSU774USACACASan Mateo Co.: Gazos Creek1968AugustFBAND1314USACACASan Mateo Co.: Ano Nuevo I.1968JulyFpupBAND1291USACACASan Mateo Co.: Ano Nuevo I.1968JulyMBAND1290USACACASan Mateo Co.: Ano Nuevo I.1968JulyFBAND1292USACACASan Mateo Co.: Ano Nuevo I.1968JulyUAMZ5465USACACASan Mateo Co.: Thornton Beach State Park1968JulyFLACM39650USACACAMonterey Co.: Moss Landing1968JuneFHSU1761USACACASan Mateo Co.: Ano Nuevo Pt.1968JuneFBAND1270USACACAHumboldt Co.: Cape Mendocino: 1/4 mi S1968MayHSU1767USACACASan Mateo Co.1968October5 monthsUF13885USACACASan Mateo Co.: Ano Nuevo I.1968OctoberMadultBAND1321USACACASan Mateo Co.: Ano Nuevo Pt.1968OctoberFBAND1347USACACASan Mateo Co.: just N of Gazos Creek1968SeptemberFadultBAND1313USACACASan Mateo Co.: Ano Nuevo I.1968juvenileDMNS8243USACACASonoma Co.: Fort Ross1968FLACM39649USACACASonoma Co.: Fort Ross1968LACM39650USACACASan Mateo Co.: Ano Nuevo I.1968NHM1968.8.9.1USACACASan Mateo Co.1969AprilfetusUF13886USACACASan Mateo Co.: Ano Nuevo I.1969DecemberMBAND1603USACACASan Mateo Co.: Ano Nuevo Pt.1969DecemberMBAND1604USACACAHumboldt Co.: Big Lagoon: 1 mi S1969FebruaryMHSU1754USACACASan Mateo Co.: Ano Nuevo Pt.1969JulyF~1 BAND1427USACACASan Mateo Co.: Ano Nuevo Pt.1969JulyF~1 BAND1428USACACAHumboldt Co.: Big Lagoon: 1 mi S1969OctoberMHSU1185International Survey of Scientific Collections of Steller Sea Lions, E.H. Miller, A.W. Trites, and Ø. Wiig  59     LocalitiesLocality detailsYearSeasonSexAgeCollectionCat. no.USACACAMarin Co.: Bolinas: Agate Beach: 2 mi N1969SeptemberMCAS16245USACACASan Mateo Co.: Ano Nuevo I.1969immatureDMNS8242USACACASan Mateo Co.: Ano Nuevo Pt.1970JanuaryMBAND1605USACACASan Mateo Co.: Ano Nuevo I.1970JuneFBAND1732USACACASan Mateo Co.: Ano Nuevo I.1970JuneMDMNS8657USACACASolano Co.: Clam Beach Co.1970MayMHSU1334USACACASan Mateo Co.: Ano Nuevo Pt.: 1.5 mi N1970NovemberFBAND1777USACACAHumboldt Co.: Mattole R.: 3 mi S mouth1970OctoberHSU1252USACACASan Mateo Co.: Daly City: Thornton Beach1970SeptemberMjuvenileCAS15653USACACASan Mateo Co.: Ano Nuevo I.1970M6CAS15980USACACASan Mateo Co.: Ano Nuevo Pt.1971NovemberMBAND1908USACACASan Mateo Co.: Pacific Beach1971OctoberFBAND1907USACACASanta Barbara Co.: San Miguel I.1972AugustFNMML1292USACACAMarin Co.: Bolinas: Agate Beach: 1 mi N1972JulyMCAS21396USACACAMarin Co.: Bolinas: Agate Beach1972SeptemberFCAS21397USACACAMarin Co.: Pt. Reyes National Seashore1973AugustFCAS21394USACACASan Mateo Co.: Moss Beach1973AugustFCAS21398USACACASonoma Co.: Cormet Beach1973AugustFCAS21393USACACAHumboldt Co.: mouth of Mad R.1973JulyMCAS21390USACACAMarin Co.: Bolinas: Duxbury Reef1973JuneFCAS21395USACACAHumboldt Co.: Mattole Rock Beach1973SeptemberFpupCAS21391USACACASanta Cruz Co.: Waddell Beach: 1/2 mi S1974AugustFBAND2254USACACASan Diego Co.: La Jolla1974JanuaryFNMNH500840USACACASan Mateo Co.: Ano Nuevo I.1974JuneFBAND2227USACACASan Mateo Co.: Ano Nuevo Pt.: 1 mi N1974JuneF~4 BAND2228USACACASan Mateo Co.: Ano Nuevo I.1974MarchMBAND2385USACACASan Mateo Co.: Ano Nuevo I.1974NovemberFBAND2265USACACAHumboldt Co.: Mad R.: 4 mi. S mouth1975AprilMHSU2127USACACADel Norte Co.: Pt. st. George1975MayMHSU1825USACACASan Mateo Co.: S Pescadero Beach1975SeptemberF~1 BAND2351USACACADel Norte Co.: Pebble Beach: N end1976JuneFBAND2401USACACASan Mateo Co.: Ano Nuevo I.1976JuneMBAND2386USACACADel Norte Co.: Pequa Beach1976MayFBAND2407USACACASan Mateo Co.: Ano Nuevo Pt. area1977AugustFBAND2558USACACASan Mateo Co.: Ano Nuevo I.1977DecemberFBAND260060 International Survey of Scientific Collections of Steller Sea Lions, E.H. Miller, A.W. Trites , and Ø. Wiig    LocalitiesLocality detailsYearSeasonSexAgeCollectionCat. no.USACACASan Mateo Co.: Thornton Beach State Park1977FebruaryFpupBAND2507USACACASan Mateo Co.: Ano Nuevo I.1977JulyFBAND2535USACACASan Mateo Co.: Ano Nuevo Pt. area1977JulyF~1 BAND2548USACACASan Mateo Co.: nr. Fort Funston Beach1977JulyFBAND2537USACACASan Mateo Co.: Ano Nuevo Pt. area1977NovemberMBAND2577USACACASan Mateo Co.: Franklin Pt.: 1/2 mi S1977OctoberFBAND2575USACACADel Norte Co.: Klamath R.: mouth1978AprilFHSU2741USACACASanta Cruz Co.: Waddell Beach1978AugustF~1 BAND2648USACACASan Mateo Co.: Ano Nuevo Pt. area1978JulyF~3 BAND2641USACACASan Mateo Co.: Pescadero Beach1978JuneF10BAND2622USACACAHumboldt Co.: Gold Bluff Beach1978MayMHSU2743USACACASan Mateo Co.: Pacifica1978NovemberFCAS21144USACACASan Mateo Co.: Ano Nuevo I.1979AugustFpupBAND2730USACACASan Mateo Co.: Ano Nuevo I.1979DecemberFBAND2757USACACASan Mateo Co.: Ano Nuevo Pt.: 1 mi N1979JanuaryFBAND2698USACACAHumboldt Co.: Cape Mendocino1979JulyFpupBAND2723USACACAHumboldt Co.: Cape Mendocino1979JulyMyoungBAND2724USACACAHumboldt Co.: Cape Mendocino1979JulyFBAND2725USACACASan Mateo Co.: Ano Nuevo I.1979JulyFyoungBAND2755USACACASan Mateo Co.: Ano Nuevo I.1979JulyBAND2756USACACASan Mateo Co.: Ano Nuevo Pt. area1979JulyFBAND2731USACACAHumboldt Co.: Clam Beach1979JuneMBAND2721USACACASanta Cruz Co.: Greyhound Rock area1979JuneFBAND2708USACACAHumboldt Co.: nr. Patricks Pt. State Park1979MarchFHSU3225USACACADel Norte Co.: Pelican Beach1979MayFBAND2722USACACAHumboldt Co.: Shelter Cove Beach1979MayFyearlingBAND2726USACACASan Mateo Co.: Ano Nuevo I.1979NovemberFyoungBAND2752USACACASan Mateo Co.: Ano Nuevo I.1979OctoberMBAND2753USACACASan Mateo Co.: Franklin Pt. area1980AugustMyoungBAND2868USACACAHumboldt Co.: ~1 mi S McNutt Gulch1980JulyMBAND2854USACACAHumboldt Co.: Cape Mendocino1980JulyFBAND2850USACACASan Mateo Co.: 100 yds N of Franklin Pt.1980July-AugustFBAND2855USACACADel Norte Co.: Gilbert Creek area1980JuneFBAND2852USACACADel Norte Co.: Pelican Beach1980June-JulyMBAND2853USACACAHumboldt Co.: Cape Mendocino1980mid AugustFpupBAND2851International Survey of Scientific Collections of Steller Sea Lions, E.H. Miller, A.W. Trites, and Ø. Wiig  61     LocalitiesLocality detailsYearSeasonSexAgeCollectionCat. no.USACACASan Mateo Co.: Ano Nuevo I.1980October-NovemberFBAND2898USACACAHumboldt Co.: Clam Beach1981JulyMHSU4103USACACASan Mateo Co.: Tunitas Creek Beach1981July-AugustFBAND2931USACACASanta Cruz Co.: Bonnie Doon Beach1981JunejuvenileCAS22285USACACAHumboldt Co.: Moonstone Beach1981NovemberFHSU4044USACACASan Mateo Co.: Ano Nuevo I.1981OctoberFBAND2960USACACASan Mateo Co.: Half Moon Bay1982SeptemberFBAND3042USACACASan Mateo Co.: Pompenio State Beach1983AugustFBAND3129USACACAMarin Co.: Pt. Reyes National Seashore1983JulyMBAND3116USACACASan Mateo Co.: Ano Nuevo I.1983JuneMpupBAND3115USACACAHumboldt Co.: nr. Trinidad Head1983MarchFCAS22199USACACASan Mateo Co.: Ano Nuevo I.1984JulyneonateCAS22573USACACAHumboldt Co.: Trinidad Beach1984SeptemberFHSU4236USACACASan Mateo Co.: nr. Thornton State Beach1985AugustFBAND3281USACACASan Mateo Co.: Ano Nuevo Pt.1985JulyFBAND3265USACACAMarin Co.: Pt. Reyes National Seashore1986JulyMBAND3337USACACASan Mateo Co.: Ano Nuevo I.1986SeptemberFBAND3368USACACASan Mateo Co.: Ano Nuevo I.1987AugustFyoungBAND3429USACACAMendocino Co.: S MacKerricher State Park1987DecemberF>15 CAS23005USACACASan Francisco Co.: Ocean Beach1988AugustCAS23013USACACASan Mateo Co.: S Pescadero State Beach1988JulyMBAND3451USACACASonoma Co.: Sea Ranch: 4 mi N1989AprilF>13 CAS23092USACACASan Mateo Co.: Ano Nuevo I.1989JulyFBAND3490USACACASan Mateo Co.: Ano Nuevo I.1989OctoberFjuvenileCAS23187USACACAMarin Co.: Golden Gate Nat. Rec. Area1989SeptemberFCAS23167USACACASan Francisco Co.: Ocean Beach1990AugustFCAS23163USACACASan Mateo Co.: Ano Nuevo I.1990AugustFBAND3552USACACAMarin Co.: Pt. Reyes National Seashore1991JulyMCAS23213USACACASan Mateo Co.: Ano Nuevo I.1991JulyFBAND3649USACACASan Mateo Co.: Ano Nuevo I.1991JuneMBAND3630USACACAMarin Co.: Bolinas: Agate Beach1991MayFfetusBAND3606USACACAMarin Co.: Bolinas: Agate Beach1991MayMBAND3607USACACASan Francisco Co.: Fort Funston1991MayMBAND3613USACACASan Mateo Co.: Ano Nuevo Pt.1991NovemberMBAND3653USACACAMarin Co.: Stinson Beach (S end)1991OctoberFBAND364862 International Survey of Scientific Collections of Steller Sea Lions, E.H. Miller, A.W. Trites , and Ø. Wiig    LocalitiesLocality detailsYearSeasonSexAgeCollectionCat. no.USACACASan Francisco Co.: nr. Fort Funston1991OctoberFBAND3651USACACAMendocino Co.: Pt. Arena: 10 mi S1992JulyM>7 CAS23735USACACASan Mateo Co.: Thornton Beach area1992JulyFBAND3703USACACASan Mateo Co.: Pacifica1993JulyFBAND3782USACACAMarin Co.: Pt. Reyes National Seashore1993OctoberMBAND3805USACACASan Francisco Co.: Farallon Is.1994DecemberMjuvenileCAS23895USACACADel Norte Co.: Oregon border: 1 mi S1994MarchFHSU7169USACACAHumboldt Co.: Samoa: 2 mi S1994MayMHSU7150USACACADel Norte Co.: Crescent City1994SeptemberMHSU7151USACACASan Mateo Co.: Pacifica: Sharp Park Beach1994SeptemberMCAS23862USACACAHumboldt Co.: Samoa Beach1995AugustMHSU7227USACACADel Norte Co.: Crescent City1996AugustMHSU7368USACACASan Mateo Co.: S Ano Nuevo Island)1996JulyFadultCAS23964USACACADel Norte Co.: Crescent City1997JulyMHSU7506USACACASan Mateo Co.: N end Rockaway Beach1999JulyMadultCAS24451USACACAHumboldt Co.: Clam Beach1999SeptemberMHSU7562USACACAMarin Co.: Pt. Reyes National Seashore2000JulyFadultCAS25030USACACASan Mateo Co.: Daly City: Thornton Beach2000JulyMadultCAS25039USACACASan Mateo Co.: Pomponio State Beach2000JulyMadultCAS25036USACACASonoma Co.: Dillon Beach2000JulyFadultCAS25244USACACASan Mateo Co.: Pacifica2000SeptemberFadultCAS25071USACACASan Mateo Co.: Pescadero State Beach2001AugustFadultCAS25358USACACASan Mateo Co.: Ano Nuevo Pt.2001MarchFadultCAS25211USACACASan Francisco Co.: San Francisco2001MayFadultCAS25280USACACAHumboldt Co.HSU1763USACACAHumboldt Co.HSU1764USACACAHumboldt Co.: Big Lagoon: 1 mi SMHSU1755USACACAHumboldt Co.: Big Lagoon: 1 mi SMHSU1756USACACAHumboldt Co.: Big Lagoon: 1 mi SMHSU1758USACACAHumboldt Co.: Big Lagoon: 1 mi SFHSU1759USACACAHumboldt Co.: Big Lagoon: 1 mi SMHSU1760USACACAHumboldt Co.: Big Lagoon: 1 mi SMHSU2578USACACALos Angeles Co.: Los AngelesLACM54178USACACAMarin Co.: Pt. ReyesAMNH144USACACAMarin Co.: Pt. ReyesAMNH150International Survey of Scientific Collections of Steller Sea Lions, E.H. Miller, A.W. Trites, and Ø. Wiig  63     LocalitiesLocality detailsYearSeasonSexAgeCollectionCat. no.USACACAMarin Co.: Pt. ReyesMYPM1028USACACAMarin Co.: Pt. ReyesYPM1039USACACAMonterey Co.:MontereyNMNH59153USACACAMonterey Co.:MontereyMNMNHA06906USACACASan Francisco Co.: Farallon Is.AMNH145USACACASan Francisco Co.: Farallon Is.MCZ1767USACACASan Francisco Co.: Farallon Is.YPM3143USACACASan Francisco Co.: Farallon Is.MNMNHA13217USACACASan Francisco Co.: Farallon Is.FNMNHA23457USACACASan Francisco Co.: San Francisco BayMUMMZ77657USACACASan Francisco Co.: San Francisco BayFUMMZ77658USACACASanta Barbara Co.: San Miguel I.MCZ11059USACACASanta Barbara Co.: Santa Barbara I.LACM51186USACACASanta Barbara Co.: Santa Cruz I.FNMNH131895USACACASanta Barbara Co: Santa Barbara I.MNMNH131894USACACAVentura Co.: San Nicolas I.LACM51400USACACAMadultROM3306200031USACACAYPM1592USACACAFM15549USAOROROregon: Newport1925OctoberNMNH246323USAOROROregon: Curry Co.: Port Orford1930MFM33770USAOROROregon: Clatsop Co.: Warrenton: 2 mi W1939AugustMVZ88876USAOROROregon: Tillamook Co.: Netarts Spit1953AugustUPS5315USAOROROregon: Clatsop Co. Columbia R.: 0.2 mi S1959AugustFadultUWBM20226USAOROROregon: Tillamook Co.: Short Beach1959JulyFadultUWBM33211USAOROROregon: Clatsop Co. Columbia R.: 0.2 mi N1959JuneFadultUWBM20223USAOROROregon: Yaquina Head: 26 mi W1960AprilF6NMML379USAOROROregon: Clatsop Co. Columbia R.: 0.2 mi S1961AugustMadultUWBM20152USAOROROregon: Clatsop Co. Columbia R.: 0.2 mi S1961JulyMadultUWBM20227USAOROROregon: off Oregon coast1963OctoberFSDM19603USAOROROregon: Cape Blanco lighthouse1967JulyMBAND1029USAOROROregon: Coos Co.: Cape Arago (Coos Bay)1970AugustMUPS16708USAOROROregon: Lane Co.: Heceta Beach1974JuneMUPS21600USAOROROregon: Tillamook Co.: Cannon Beach1974MayFUPS21599USAOROROregon: Lincoln Co.: Agate Beach1976AugustMUPS2160164 International Survey of Scientific Collections of Steller Sea Lions, E.H. Miller, A.W. Trites , and Ø. Wiig     LocalitiesLocality detailsYearSeasonSexAgeCollectionCat. no.USAOROROregon: Lincoln Co.: Heceta Head1977OctoberFUPS27394USAOROROregon: Tillamook jetty1980JuneMpupNMML1323USAOROROregon: Clatsop Co.: Canyon Beach1980MayFWSU82-660USAOROROregon: Clatsop Beach1981JuneFneonateNMML1327USAOROROregon: Gearhart: 1/4 mi N1981JuneFNMML1328USAOROROregon: Indian Beach1981MarchFNMML1324USAOROROregon: Canon Beach1981MayMfetus/pupNMML1325USAOROROregon: Clatsop Beach1981MayFneonateNMML1326USAOROROregon: Ecola State Park1982AprilFNMML1338USAOROROregon: Clatsop Co.: Seaside Beach1982MayFfetusNMML1330AUSAOROROregon: Clatsop Co.: Seaside Beach1982MayFNMML1330USAOROROregon: Clatsop Co.: Seaside Beach1991AprilMNMML1643USAOROROregon: Clatsop Co.: Pt. of Clatsop Spit1991MayFNMML1644USAOROROregon: Columbia R. jetty: 1/4 mi S1992AprilFNMML1646USAOROROregon: Clatsop Co.: Seaside1992JuneMNMML1662USAOROROregon: Clatsop Co.: Clatsop Spit1992MarchMNMML1645USAOROROregon: Gearhart Beach Access: 1/2 mi N1992MayFNMML1647USAOROROregon: Newport: Yaquina Head2001JuneMOSUUSAOROROregonNMNH144063USAOROROregon: Curry Co.: 1 mi S of Gold BeachSOUUSAOROROregon: Tillamook Co.MUWBM20154USAOROROregon: Tillamook Co.: Netarts BaySDM16328USAWAWA1885OctoberMNMNH188980USAWAWAMcgowan1908AugustMNMNH152135USAWAWALa Push1919JuneFjuvenileUWBM6778USAWAWALa Push1920AugustFjuvenileUWBM6782USAWAWALa Push1920JulyFjuvenileUWBM6781USAWAWALa Push1920JulyMUWBM6780USAWAWALa Push1926AugustMFM29932USAWAWALa Push1926AugustMFM29933USAWAWALa Push1926AugustMFM29934USAWAWALa Push1926AugustFFM29935USAWAWALa Push1926AugustMFM29939USAWAWALa Push1926AugustMFM29941USAWAWALa Push1926AugustFFM29942International Survey of Scientific Collections of Steller Sea Lions, E.H. Miller, A.W. Trites, and Ø. Wiig  65      LocalitiesLocality detailsYearSeasonSexAgeCollectionCat. no.USAWAWAIsland Co.: Whidbey Island: Bush Pt.1938MayUWBM12017USAWAWACopalis1940AprilMyearlingNMNH276035USAWAWASeaview1940AprilfetusNMNH276041USAWAWACopalis1940MayyoungNMNH276042USAWAWAJefferson Co.: Kalaloch Beach1941JuneFUPS832USAWAWAPacific Beach1942JuneMNMNH276033USAWAWATaholah1942JuneMNMNH276032USAWAWAKitsap Co.: Kingston1944AprilMNMNH276034USAWAWAOzette1951AprilMUPS2720USAWAWAPuget Sd.1963JulyMUPS10376USAWAWAWhatcom Co.: Bellingham Bay1963MUBC8712USAWAWASan Juan Co.: Blakeley Rocks1976JulyMNMNH504525USAWAWAN end Willapa Bay1978AugustMUPS26351USAWAWACopalis: main beach access: 0.4 mi S1978MarchMadultUWBM31602USAWAWARoosevelt Beach (S of Pacific Beach)1978MayFUPS27393USAWAWAOcean Shores (?)1980JuneFWSU82-665USAWAWA0.5 mi N North Head (1 mi W Ilwaco)1980OctoberFWSU82-695USAWAWALong Beach: 5.5 mi N1981JuneFNMML1329USAWAWAS Sunset Beach1982SeptemberMimmatureUWBM51176USAWAWAOysterville Beach: 0.2 mi N of access1983MayFNMML1331USAWAWACamano Is.1989AprilMNMML1640USAWAWAFt. Canby State Park: nr. North Head Light1991AprilFNMML1642USAWAWAShi Shi Beach1991DecemberM10-15NMML1641USAWAWATokeland/Washaway Beach1992AugustMNMML1652USAWAWALong Beach Peninsula1992JulyFNMML1651USAWAWANorth Head/Cape Disappointment: 1 mi N1992JulyFNMML1664USAWAWAWillapa Bay shore: N of Nahcott1992NovemberMNMML1654USAWAWALong Beach Peninsula1992OctoberFNMML1653USAWAWASeaview Beach access: 1.6 mi S1993AugustNMML1660USAWAWAConner Creek: 4.7 mi S1993MarchMNMML1657USAWAWAConner Creek: 4.8 mi S1993MarchFNMML1656USAWAWAConner Creek: S bank1993MarchFNMML1658USAWAWAOysterville Beach: 0.2 mi N of access1993MayFNMML1659USAWAWANeah Bay1996NMML96-1-PJGUSAWAWANeah Bay: Hobuck BeachMayFNMML66 International Survey of Scientific Collections of Steller Sea Lions, E.H. Miller, A.W. Trites , and Ø. 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