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The Rev. P. B. Brodie, M.A., F.G.S

Nature volume 57, pages 3132 | Download Citation



IN the death of the Rev. P. B. Brodie geological science has lost one of its oldest cultivators, one who so long ago as 1834 was elected a Fellow of the Geological Society, and who was widely known for his researches on the fossil insects of the Secondary formations of England.

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