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Pagina 144 - AN ILLUSTRATED JOURNAL OF SCIENCE. NATURE expounds in a popular and yet authentic manner, the GRAND RESULTS OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH, discussing the most recent scientific discoveries, and pointing out the bearing of Science upon civilisation and progress, and its claims to a more general recognition, as well as to a higher place in the educational system of the country. It contains original articles on all subjects within the domain of Science ; Reviews setting forth the nature and value of recent...
Pagina 307 - ... papers on the Entomology of Iceland. Dr. Sharp exhibited a specimen of Ornithomyia avicularia, L., taken near Dartford, to which there were firmly adhering — apparently by their mandibles — several specimens of a mallophagous insect. He also exhibited some specimens of fragile Diptera, Neuroptera, and Lepidoptera, to show that the terminal segments in both sexes might be dissected off and mounted separately without the structures suffering from shrivelling or distortion. Dr. Sharp also said,...
Pagina 307 - Hon. Lord Walsingham, MA, FRS, President, in the chair. The Rev. Dr. Walker exhibited, and read notes on, a long and varied series of forms of Crymodes exulis, collected in June and July last in Iceland. In reply to a question by Lord Walsingham as to whether all the forms referred by Dr. Walker to Crymodes exulis had been identified as belonging to that species, Mr. Kirby said the species was a very variable one, and that several forms had been described from Labrador and Greenland. Mr. South stated...
Pagina 55 - Druce, one of the Auditors, and the Report of the Council was read by Mr. H. Goss. It appeared therefrom that the Society had lost, during the year...
Pagina 118 - Horn made some remarks on the historic associations connected with the spot where the present meeting was held. Many years ago when this site was far out of the City of Philadelphia...
Pagina 92 - Norfolk, and Reading ; also a number of forms intermediate between the above, taken in the Isle of Portland by Mr. NM Richardson. He said that these forms proved the identity of the two supposed species, which he believed were both referable to P. dilutella, Hb. He also exhibited specimens of Hesperia lineola, and a pale variety of it taken in Cambridgeshire by Mr. HW Vivian ; specimens of Epischnia bankesiella, a recently-described species, taken by Mr. NM Richardson in Portland ; and a specimen...
Pagina 28 - BIRDS in Down. Parcels of Exotic Insects, Birds, or Shells, sent for selection. British Birds* Skins sent on approval. Other articles guaranteed. The BEST BOOKS ON ABOVE SUBJECTS recommended and supplied.
Pagina 28 - Doherty expressed an opinion that light, if used in very out-of-the-way places, rather repelled than attracted insects ; in fact, that they required to be accustomed to it, and that the same remarks applied to
Pagina 200 - ... expounding, in a popular and yet authentic manner, the GRAND RESULTS OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH, discussing the most recent scientific discoveries, and pointing out the bearing of Science upon civilization and progress, and its claims to a more general recognition, as well as to a higher place in the educational system of the country.
Pagina 144 - G. Vigers, of Hersham, Surrey, were elected Fellows ; and Mr. AB Farn was admitted into the Society. Mr. Godman announced the death of Mr. Joseph S. Baly, of Warwick, the well-known coleopterist, who had been a member of the Society for the last forty years. Dr. Sharp exhibited and made remarks on a female specimen of a coleopterous insect — Temnochila quadricollis, Reitt. — which was the subject of a very unusual malformation of the nature termed " ectromelie " by Lacordaire. Mr. RW Lloyd exhibited...