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"In celebration of the Ray Society, established 1844, and its founder George Johnston (1797-1855)." Without Mounts
"In celebration of the Ray Society, established 1844, and its founder George Johnston (1797-1855)." Including Mounts.
British Oceanographic Vessels 1800-1950. A. L. Rice 1986
Charles Parish - Plant Hunter and Botanical Artist in Burma by Dudley Clayton
De Gallis- On Galls. Marcello Malpighi. Translated & interpreted by M. Redfern, A. J. Cameron & K. Down
Dictionariolum Trilingue. John Ray
Fauna Cantabrigiensis: The vertebrate and molluscan fauna of Cambridgeshire by the Rev. Leonard Jenyns (1800-1893): transcript and commentaries
Francis Hamilton's Gangetic Fishes in colour, edited with introduction and commentary by Ralf Britz
John Ray's Cambridge Catalogue (1660) translated and edited by P. H. Oswald and C. D. Preston
Linnaeus Species Plantarum 1753 Vol 1 and 2, with an introduction by W.T. Stearn and appendix by J. L. Heller and W. T. Stearn, plus supplements by C.
Menageries in Britain 1100-2000 by Christine E. Jackson
Methodus Plantarum Nova by John Ray (1682) translated by Stephen A. Nimis, Kathleen Tschantz Unroe, Michael A. Vincent, with commentaries by Michael B
Rifle-Green by Nature, William Elford Leach. K. Harrison & E. Smith
Synopsis Methodica Stirpum Britannicarum. John Ray
The historical ecology of the River Arun and its beaches at Littlehampton, West Sussex: 1000 years of change. B. Morton
The Index of Books and Authors cited in the Zoological Works of Linnaeus. J. L. Heller. Edited by J. M. Penhallurick
The Names of Herbes 1548. William Turner
The Natural History and Antiquities of Selborne. Gilbert White