Julian Jumalon Expeditions

As Expedition Head:

1957 Lake Danao Entomological Collecting Expedition, Lake Danao, Ormoc, Leyet; members: Sameuel Ocholorena and Cristobal Plateros of USC Biology Dept.
1959 Central/Middle/South Palawan Expedition; members: Samuel and Saul Ochotorena, Cristobal Plateros of USC
1961 Southern Davao’s Inabulan Plateau; members: Francisco Villmaor, Alfonso Alinsonorin and Oscar Figuracion
1962 Extension of southern Davao Exploration; Osman Jumalon, Oscar Figuracion and his two sons
1965 USC-Smithsonian Joint Expedition to Mount Apo, Leyte, Cebu, Bohol, Baguio and Palawan (four months); members: Dr. Donald Davis (of the Smithsonian Institution)and Silberio Taboada and two natives of Palawan
1967 Southern Leyte, Cabalian Sector; members: Osman Jumalon, Tony Abella and Cristobal Plateros
1967 Joint Expedition with Dr. Shigeru Albert Ae of Nanzan University (Japan) to Bohol, Camp 7 (Cebu), Mt. Sto. Tomas in Baguio and Mt. Paoay of Benguet
1968 Central Palawan (Canadian-funded); members: Osman Jumalon, Silberio Taboada and two natives of Palawan
1969 Continuation of Central Palawan Expedition; same personnel (3 ½ months)
1970 Joint Expedition with Japanese Entomologists from Nanzan University and two other Japanese Universities to Mt. Apo (Davao), Negros Oriental and Bohol; members: Dr. Shigeru Ae, Dr. Maeke, Mr. Ben Tanaka, Mr M. Sato, Dr. Ishida, Mr. Ieki, Silberio Taboada and Tony Caborda
1972 Black Forest, West Germany and Switzerland’s Vercorin Valley (as a SEATO Fellow)
1973 Joint Expedition with Dr. Graham Howarth of the British Museum of Natural History (London) to Cebu and Bilar, Bohol; member: Mrs. Helen Howarth
1974 Joint Expedition with Japanese Group to Bilar Plateau of Bohol and Southern Leyte’s St. Bernard-Lombog Sector; members: five Japanese and Silberio Taboada
1974 Bilar Plateau with Mr. Jacques Rabaud (French collector from Hongkong), his wife (joyce) and daughter (Nicole) and Osman Jumalon
As Member or Assistant Head
1954 Mamara Valley, Zamboanga del Norte. Head: Rev. Fr. Enrique (Henry) Schoenig, SVD, of the USC Biology Dept.; with Juanita Ruelo, Cristobal Plateros, Tomas Aleqiojo, and the Ochoterona family as host
1956 Oriental Mindoro’s Bagtu and Mt. Halcon Area. Head: Rev. Fr. Schoenig, SVD; other members: Samuel Ochotorena and Dr. Mercelino Maceda (for the anthropological survey of Mangyans), all form USC. This included forays at Atimonan National Park, Quezon and Los Banos, Laguna
1958 Agusan-Surigao vicinity of Lake Mainit. Head: Rev. Fr. Schoenig, SVD; other members: Samuel Ochotorena and Cristobal Plateros
1960 Agusan-Surigao-Davao. Head: Rev. Fr. Schoenig, SVD; other members: Araceli Gonzales Almace, Junonia Jumalon, Aida Colina, Rev. Fr. A. Buschick, Cristobal Plateros, Vicente Rosaroso, and personnel from Divine Word University of Tacloban City


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