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TitleA few remarks tending to illustrate the history of two Annulose Genera - William Sharp MacLeay
AdminHistoryWilliam Sharp MacLeay, eldest son of Alexander MacLeay, was a scholar and naturalist, born on 21 July 1792 in London and died in Sydney on 26 January 1865. In 1818 he became secretary to the board for liquidating British claims in France on the peace of 1815; commissary judge in Havana, 1830-1837; went to New South Wales, 1839, where he enlarged his father's entomological collection. His chief work was Horae Entomologicae, propounding the circular or quintary system of classification.
DescriptionRough draft of MacLeay's "A few remarks tending to illustrate the history of two Annulose Genera, namely, Urania of Fabricius, and Mygale of Walckenaer" published in the Zoological Society Proceedings, II, 1834, pp 9-11 and Zoological Society Transactions, I, 1835, pp179-194.
Date1833
LevelFile
Extent1 file
LanguageEnglish
Creator NameMacLeay, William Sharp (1792-1865) [also spelt McLeay or M'Leay]
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