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The Natural History of Aquatic Insects

Nature volume 52, page 242 | Download Citation



PERHAPS no country possesses so many amateur JL naturalists as England, at least in proportion to its population, and it is not without significance in this direction that many of our best professional men of science have not thought it undignified to furnish sound information on their special subjects in a popular and yet accurate manner. The present work is a good example of this, and Prof. Miall deserves praise for the admirable account he has put together of the insect inhabitants of our lakes, ponds, and watercourses.

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