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Dr. Géza de Horváth

Nature volume 141, page 1129 (25 June 1938) | Download Citation



IN these days of narrow specialization it is refreshing to look back on a generation of workers who, by their extensive biological knowledge and literary erudition, were able to deal satisfactorily with the multitude of new forms of life which improvement in transport and the rapid exploitation of the world during the latter half of the last century, were bringing to the European museums.

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