The Zoological Record


    THIS essential instrument of zoological research, published under the auspices of the Zoological Society of London, still requires further financial support. The statement of the ‘Record Fund’ in the report of the Council of the Zoological Society for 1935 shows that the sums received from the contributing societies were just sufficient to meet the loss on vol. 71 for 1934, and that the continuation of the Zoological Record is made possible only by the support given to it by the Zoological and other contributing societies. The British Association Committee formed for the support of the Record proposes that an annual grant of £50 should be repeated in 1937.

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    The Zoological Record. Nature 138, 878 (1936).

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