2 edition of ancestry of insects. found in the catalog.
ancestry of insects.
A. D. Imms
by Society for British Entomology
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||32|
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THE insects are unknown in their original or primitive manifestations and consequently their ancestry is wrapped in obscurity. The subject can only be Cited by: 8. The Polychaete Ancestry of the Insects.
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