The Entomologist's Useful Compendium: Or, An Introduction to the Knowledge of British Insects, Comprising the Best Means of Obtaining and Preserving Them, and a Description of the Apparatus Generally Used; Together with the Genera of Linné, and the Modern Method of Arranging the Classes...according to the Views of Dr. Leach...with Instructions for Collecting and Fitting Up Objects for the Microscope
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