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A systematic catalogue of British insects...

James Francis Stephens

A systematic catalogue of British insects...

by James Francis Stephens

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Published by Readex Microprint in New York .
Written in English


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Microprint copy of the London edition of 1829 in 2 parts.

SeriesLandmarks of science
The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Pagination10microop.aques
Number of Pages10
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL13787522M

Ochthephilum is a genus of rove beetles in the subfamily Paederinae. References. External links. Data related to Ochthephilum at Wikispecies; Media related to Ochthephilum at Wikimedia Commons "Ochthephilum" at the Encyclopedia of Life; Ochthephilum at Class: Insecta. A catalogue record for this book is available from the British Library Library of Congress Cataloguing in Publication data Identifying British insects and arachnids: an annotated bibliography of key works / edited by Peter C. Barnard. p. cm. Includes bibliographical references and index. ISBN 0 2 (hb) 1.

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A systematic catalogue of British insects: being an attempt to arrange all the hitherto discovered indigenous insects in accordance with their natural affinities. Pagination: xxxiv + + pp. Date: Type: Book reference: Bolton key: Stephens Publisher: London: Baldwin & Cradock: DOI – PDF link – Public notes. The Nomenclature of British Insects: Being a Compendious List of Such Species as Are Contained in the Systematic Catalogue of British Insects, and Forming a Guide to Their Classification, by James Francis Stephens, London,


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Book. Material. Published material. Publication info. London:Baldwin and Cradock, A systematic catalogue of British insects: being an attempt to arrange all the hitherto discovered indigenous insects in accordance with their natural affinities ; containing also the references to every English writer on entomology, and to the principal foreign authors, with all the published British genera to the present time.

A systematic Catalogue of British insects: being an attempt to arrange all the hitherto discovered indigenous insects in accordance with their natural affinities. Containing also the references to every English writer on entomology, and to the principal foreign authors.

With all the published British genera to the present time (). A systematic catalogue of British insects: being an attempt to arrange all the hitherto discovered indigenous insects in accordance with their natural Pages: Get this from a library. The nomenclature of British insects; being a compendious list of such species as are contained in the systematic catalogue of British insects, and forming a guide to their classification.

[James Francis Stephens]. Internet Archive BookReader A systematic catalogue of British insects: being an attempt to arrange all the hitherto discovered indigenous insects in accordance A systematic catalogue of British insects. book their natural affinities. James Francis Stephens (–), A Systematic Catalogue of British Insects: Being an Attempt to Arrange All the Hitherto Discovered Indigenous Insects in Accordance with Their Natural Affinities (London, ), with annotations by the famous naturalist J.G.

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The nomenclature of British insects;: Together with their synonymes; being a compendious list of such species as are contained in the systematic catalogue forming a guide to their classification. The Nomenclature of British Insects: Being a Compendious List of Such Species as are Contained in the Systematic Catalogue of British Insects, and Forming a Guide to Their Classification (London: Baldwin and Cradock, ), by James Francis Stephens (PDF at MSU) Items below (if any) are from related and broader terms.

Filed under: Insects. A catalogue of the soft-scale insects of the world (Homoptera: Coccoidea: Cocidae) with data on geographical distribution, host plants, biology and economic importance. This catalogue lists genera comprising species and subspecies which have been described since Linnaeus () until the cutoff date of December Price Range: £ - £ A Systematic Catalogue of Soft-Scale Insects is a synthesis and catalogue of all the information published on eight families of scale insects (Hemiptera: Coccoidea) worldwide from to the present.

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