The British Tunicata: an Unfinished Monograph


THERE are probably few precedents for the publication of an unfinished biological monograph thirty years after the authors penned their last remarks, especially of a monograph dealing with a group which has been the object of much detailed investigation by other hands in the interval. The chequered history of the present work is briefly, but sympathetically, told by Canon Norman, from whose preface the following paragraph may be extracted:—

The British Tunicata: an Unfinished Monograph.

By the late Joshua Alder Albany Hancock John Hopkinson, with a History of the Work by the Rev. A. M. Norman, F.R.S., &c. Vol. i. Pp. xvi + 146 + xx plates. (London: Printed for the Ray Society, 1905.) Price 12s. 6d. net.

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