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  • SouthRichardSouthSouth,_Richard18461932English entomologist specialising in Lepidoptera Catalogue of the Collection of Palaearctic Butterflies formed by the
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  • Vernon Hudson1898 NEW ZEALAND MOTHS AND BUTTERFLIES (MACRO-LEPIDOPTERA). BY G. V. HUDSON, F.E.S., Author of 'An Elementary Manual of
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  • papers, ‘The Natural History of North America’ (‘Entom. Mag.’ 1838); ‘Lepidoptera of North America, being the result of Nineteen Months' Travel’ (‘Mag
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  • Butterflies and Moths’ was to a great extent an abstract of his volumes on Lepidoptera; but he lost his case. The feeling, however, of his scientific friends
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  • favourite studies. In early life he collected British coleoptera and lepidoptera; he then devoted attention for some years to the study of birds' eggs
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  • he turned his attention to entomology, more especially to the Micro-Lepidoptera, rising at five in the morning to pursue his studies. In 1856 he established
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  • by Mr. Enys, and Mr. Meyrick's "Monographs" of various groups of the Lepidoptera; but as yet no attempt has been made to present the subject in a suitable
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  • (11th ed.), 1911 “Insect,” in Encyclopædia Britannica, (11th ed.), 1911 “Lepidoptera,” in Encyclopædia Britannica, (11th ed.), 1911 “May-fly,” in Encyclopædia
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  • tropical America, on which he was an acknowledged authority, and to the Lepidoptera Rhopalocera among insects. The work in connection with which he was probably
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  • Eng. mod, an earth-worm), the common English names applied respectively to the two groups of insects forming the scientific order Lepidoptera (q.v.).
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  • FreyHeinrichFreyFrey,_Heinrich18221890German-born Swiss entomologist who studied Lepidoptera Works by this author published before January 1, 1923 are in
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  • of Provincialisms 279 II. List of the Flowering Plants 289 III. List of the Birds 307 IV. List of the Lepidoptera 319 Postscript 328 Index 329
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  • the publication of the first edition of his ‘Synonymic List of British Lepidoptera,’ which appeared at intervals between 1847 and 1850. A second and much
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  • relating to the cross-fertilization of flowers—chiefly Hymenoptera and Lepidoptera. Mr. Charles R. Dodge, editor of Field and Forest, was one of the entomologists
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  • characterized Lepidoptera from Australia in John Lort Stokes (1846), Discoveries in Australia, Volume 1, Appendix The genera of diurnal Lepidoptera (1848, with
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  • Hudson Lepidoptera 1563183An Elementary Manual of New Zealand Entomology — LepidopteraGeorge Vernon Hudson [ 65 ] CHAPTER VI The Lepidoptera. This
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  • 2? The extraordinary difference existing between the sexes of exotic Lepidoptera, and particularly among the Butterflies, (Papilionidæ Lin.) is a subject
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  • Le Moine — Lepanto Lepidoptera — Lexington (Kentucky) Lexington (Mass.) — Lightning Lignite — Lindisfarne Le Moine, Sir James MacPherson Lemon Lemur
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  • papers on scientific subjects, he published: ‘Descriptive Catalogue of Lepidoptera in the H.E.I.C. Museum,’ 2 pts. 1828–9, 4to. ‘Zoological Researches,’
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  • New Zealand Entomology (1892) New Zealand Moths and Butterflies (Macro-Lepidoptera) (1898) Some or all works by this author are in the public domain
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