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Mr. F. A. Potts

Nature volume 140, pages 575576 (02 October 1937) | Download Citation

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WE greatly regret to record the death in London on September 15 of Mr. F. A. Potts, University lecturer in zoology and fellow (formerly tutor) of Trinity Hall, Cambridge. He was a member of a remarkable group of young men who were specializing in zoology at Cambridge in 1906–8, his group including Prof. W. E. Agar (Melbourne), the late Dr. W. S. Perrin (London Hospital) and the late Rev. S. A. McDowall (Winchester). In his final examination he obtained first classes in both zoology and geology, being one of the last students to obtain the double honour.

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