Apus cancriformis in Great Britain

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SINCE the publication of Baird's “Natural History of the British Entomostraca” (1850), no record of the occurrence of Apus cancriformis in the British Isles has, so far as I am aware, been published. Mr. Scourfield, in his “Synopsis of the British Fresh-water Entomostraca,” (Journ. Quekett Micr. Club, [2], ix., 1904), remarks of this species:—“it is doubtful whether this, ought to be included in any modern list of British Entomostraca.”

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