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Mr. A. D. Michael

Naturevolume 120page89 (1927) | Download Citation



THE debt which natural science owes to the work of amateur microscopists has often been commented on. Not a few names of weight in systematic zoology are those of men who turned a fascinating hobby into a serious study, and by patient and prolonged observation acquired a familiarity with the living creatures that the professional zoologists often have cause to admire and envy.


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