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The Entomologist's Record and Journal of Variation, Volumen14
James William Tutt
Vista completa - 1902
The Entomologist's Record and Journal of Variation, Volumen20
James William Tutt
Vista completa - 1908
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Página 84 - MEETINGS OF SOCIETIES. Entomological Society of London.— 11, Chandos Street, Cavendish Square, W., 8 pm May 2nd, June 6th.
Página 192 - THE WAND TELESCOPE NET (An innovation in Butterfly Nets). We beg to call your attention to our new Telescopic Handle for butterfly nets. It is made entirely in brass, and is h -iit and strong, and, moreover, it can be shut up to carry in small compass.
Página 140 - I/-. Pupa Digger, in leather sheath, 1/9. Taxidermist's Companion, containing most necessary implements for skinning, 10/6. Scalpels, 1/3 ; Scissors, 2/- per pair ; Eggdrills, 2d., 3d., 9d. ; Blowpipes, 4d. ; Artificial Eyes for Birds and Animals; Label-lists of British Butterflies, 2d. ; ditto of Birds
Página 28 - At the annual meeting of the Lancashire and Cheshire Entomological Society, held December 18th, 1905, on the motion of Mr.
Página 62 - If thou would'st learn a lesson, that will keep Thy heart from fainting, and thy soul from sleep. Go to the woods and hills, no tears Dim the sweet look that nature wears.
Página 8 - Coleóptera of Australia and Tasmania " was read, but I have not yet had an opportunity of studying this memoir, as the part of the Transactions, in which it will be included, has not yet been issued to members. A paper of great value, by Mr. F. Balfour Browne, on " A Study of the Aquatic Coleóptera and their Surroundings in the Norfolk Broads District," was published in the Transactions of the Xorfoli; and .\ni-n ii'/i yattn-alistx
Página 273 - In the transactions of the Natural History Society of Northumberland, Durham, and Newcastle...
Página 140 - The City of London Entomological and Natural History Society. -London Institution. Finsbury Circus. BC — The first and third Tuesdays in the month, at 7.30 pm, except in July and August.