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W. J. Hamilton, Jr.; Hartman, Carl G. Possums. Austin, Univ. Texas Press, xiii + pp., illus. Price, $, Journal of Mammalogy, Vol IssueAuthor: W. J. Hamilton. Buy Possums by Carl Gottfried Hartman (ISBN:) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : Carl Gottfried Hartman. Hartman would later consolidate his thirteen years of research in a book titled Opossums in In it, Hartman described a wide range of reproductive physiology findings about opossums. Hartman eventually became interested in studying primate reproductive physiology. From the guide to the Hartman, Carl G. papers ; ; , , , (Dolph Briscoe Center for American History, The University of Texas at Austin) Although Carl Gottfried Hartman, , was born in Reinbeck, Iowa, he grew up and was educated in Texas.
Hartman Publishing Iron Ave SW Albuquerque, NM Phone Fax [email protected] Additional Physical Format: Online version: Hartman, Carl Gottfried, Possums. Austin, University of Texas Press, (OCoLC) Document Type. Possums (), by Carl G. Hartman By: Wellner, Karen Goodman, Gia Possums is a page book consisting of a series of essays written about the Virginia opossum (Didelphis virginiana), the only living marsupial in the US. Carl G. Hartman, the principal authority on 'possums, records a belief in regard to their method of copulation which suggests that I may have mis-understood what my fellow workers meant by copulating through the nose, which I interpreted as meaning that the male 'possum employed his nasal proboscis as a substitute for the usual male generative.