Of the insect called Oistros by the ancients

and of the true species intended by them under this appellation : in reply to the observations of W.S. MacLeay, and the French naturalists : to which is added, a description of a new species of Cuterebra
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R. Taylor , London
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Statementby Bracy Clark ; read November 19, 1826 and February 20, 1827.
SeriesLandmarks of science II
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LC ClassificationsQ111 .H35, QL537.O4 .H35
The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Paginationp. 402-411
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Open LibraryOL19448796M

Of the Insect called Oistros by the Ancients, and of the true Species intended by them under this Appellation: in reply to the Observations of W. MacLeay, Esq., and the French Naturalists. To which is added, A Description of a new Species of CuterebraAuthor: Bracy Clark.

Of the insect called Oistros by the ancients, and of the true species intended by them under this appellation: in reply to the observations of W. MacLeay, Esq., and the French Naturalists. To which is added, a description of a new species of Cuterebra. On the Insect called Oistros by the Ancient Greeks, and Asilus by the Romans.

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MACLEAV, Esq., and the French naturalists. Trans. Insects have appeared in mythology around the world from ancient times. Among the insect groups featuring in myths are the bee, fly, butterfly, cicada, dragonfly, praying mantis and scarab beetle.

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