Monograph Of The Colleonbola & Thysanura





BY SIR JOHN LUBBOCK, BART, M.P., &C.



This work is one of the many magnificent contributions to the literature

of natural history issued by the Royal Society. It treats of curious

animals which the author considers as more nearly allied to the Insecta

than to the Crustacea or Arachnidae. It is magnificently illustrated with

78 plates (31 being coloured), and the whole of the illustrations were

executed by a painstaking deaf and dumb artist, Mr. Hollick. It will

mark an era in the study of those neglected, but intensely curious

animals, and we doubt not will repay both author, and artist, and the

Society for the labour bestowed upon it.--Daily Paper.





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