Archives of natural history Volume 26

PIETERS, F. F. J. M. and WINTHAGEN, D. Maria Sibylla Merian, naturalist and artist (1647–1717): a commemoration on the occasion of the 350th anniversary of her birth. Anh 26 (1): 1–18  (February 1999).

BEAVER, D. de B. Writing natural history for survival — 1820–1856: the case of Sarah Bowdich, later Sarah Lee. Anh 26 (1): 19–31  (February 1999).

JESSOP, L. The fate of Marmaduke Tunstall’s collections. Anh 26 (1): 33–49  (February 1999).

WHEELER, A. J. W. Bennett’s Fishes of Ceylon, dates of publication from supplementary sources with notes on copies of the book, alleged original drawings, and the author’s specimens. Anh 26 (1): 51–54  (February 1999).

CAIN, A. J. Thomas Sydenham, John Ray, and some contemporaries on species. Anh 26 (1): 55–83  (February 1999).

VLAHAKIS, G. N. Sir James Edward Smith and the introduction of botany in Greece during the late eighteenth and early nineteenth centuries. Anh 26 (1): 85–100  (February 1999).

GASKELL, J. M. A review of some early testimony from the New World in respect of the Great Auk, Pinguinus impennis. Anh 26 (1): 101–112  (February 1999).

BAKER, R. A. Going, going, gone — the ‘Durham’ Great Auk . Anh 26 (1): 113–119  (February 1999).

JESSOP, L. and BOYD, M. An “uninteresting scrawl” ... some correspondence of Marmaduke Tunstall (1743–1790). Anh 26 (1): 121–142  (February 1999).

MITCHELL, M. E. A note on the term ‘lichenologist’ and its synonyms. Anh 26 (1): 143–146  (February 1999).

BOOK REVIEWS. Anh 26 (1): 145–153  (February 1999).

 

WELTER-SCHULTES, F. W. Systematisches Conchylien-Cabinet von Martini und Chemnitz (1837-1920), bibliography of the volumes in Göttingen. Anh 26 (2): 157–203  (June 1999).

ROOKMAAKER, L. C. William Daniell’s depictions of the rhinoceros in India. Anh 26 (2): 205–210  (June 1999).

AMER, W. M. and MOMTAZ, O. A. Historic background of Egyptian cotton (2600 BC–AD 1910). Anh 26 (2): 211–222  (June 1999).

CAIN, A. J. John Ray on the species. Anh 26 (2): 223–238  (June 1999).

FRANCISCO-ORTEGA, J. and SANTOS-GUERRA, A. Early evidence of plant hunting in the Canary Islands from 1694. Anh 26 (2): 239–267  (June 1999).

DASZKIEWICZ, P. The letters of Sir Joseph Banks in the manuscript collection of the Muséum National d’Histoire Naturelle in Paris. Anh 26 (2): 269–272  (June 1999).

SMITH, C. H. Additions to the bibliography of Alfred Russel Wallace. Anh 26 (2): 273–277  (June 1999).

HORSMAN, F. Plant distribution patterns: the first British map. Anh 26 (2): 279–286  (June 1999).

JACKSON, C. E. H. & N. Hanhart: printers of natural history plates, 1830–1903. Anh 26 (2): 287–292  (June 1999).

SHORT NOTE. Anh 26 (2): 293–295  (June 1999).

MAYER, A.-K. Note on the Fritz Müller–Charles Darwin correspondence. Anh 26 (2): 293–295  (June 1999).

BOOK REVIEWS. Anh 26 (2): 297–298  (June 1999).

 

TULLY, I. A calender of the papers of William Pamplin at the University of Wales, Bangor. Anh 26 (3): 299–348  (October 1999).

BOURNE, W. R. P. Information in the Lisle letters from Calais in the early sixteenth century relating to the development of the English bird trade. Anh 26 (3): 349–368  (October 1999).

HOPKINS, D. Danish natural history and African colonialism at the close of the eighteenth century: Peter Thonning’s ‘scientific journey’ to the Guinea Coast, 1799–1803. Anh 26 (3): 369–418  (October 1999).

TENNENT, W. J. Charles Morris Woodford C.M.G. (1852-1927): Pacific adventurer and forgotten Solomon Islands naturalist. Anh 26 (3): 419–432  (October 1999).

SHORT NOTE. Anh 26 (3): 433–434  (October 1999).

DASZKIEWICZ, P. J. E. Gilibert’s phytogeographic map of Lithuania. Anh 26 (3): 433–434  (October 1999).

BOOK REVIEWS. Anh 26 (3): 435–439  (October 1999).

 
 
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