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Academic & Professional Books  Insects & other Invertebrates  Insects  Beetles (Coleoptera)

The Fabrician Types of Insects in the Hunterian Collection at Glasgow University, Volume 1 Coleoptera I

By: Robert A Staig(Author)
184 pages, colour illustrations
The Fabrician Types of Insects in the Hunterian Collection at Glasgow University, Volume 1
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Originally published in 1931, this book examines the Fabrician coleopteran specimens in the Hunterian Collection at Glasgow University. In this first of two volumes, Staig describes examples of the cicindelidae, carabidae, dytiscidae, silphidae, histeridae, erotylidae, scarabaeidae and seven of its subfamilies found in the collection, with drawings of specific beetles in their then-current state of preservation. This book will be of value to anyone with an interest in entomology.

Contents

Introduction

1. Family cicindelidae
2. Family carabidae
3. Family dytiscidae
4. Family scarabaeidae
5. Sub-family coprinae
6. Sub-family melolonthinae
7. Sub-family rutelinae
8. Sub-family dynastinae
9. Sub-family cetoniinae
10. Sub-family trichiinae
11. Family silphidae
12. Family histeridae
13. Family erotylidae

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By: Robert A Staig(Author)
184 pages, colour illustrations
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