THIS work has been undertaken chiefly with the JL object of enabling “medical men engaged in tracing the connection between mosquitoes and human disease to identify and speak with precision of the species implicated.” A considerable knowledge of the principles of entomology has now become a necessity in such investigations, and the present work forms an excellent guide and help in the processes of identification.
A Monograph of the Culicidae of the World.
By F. W. Theobald 3 vols. Pp. xxvi + 815; 42 plates. (London: Trustees of the British Museum.) Price 3l. 3s.
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A Monograph of the Culicidae of the World . Nature 66, 123–124 (1902). https://doi.org/10.1038/066123a0