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ON JACOB HUBNER AND HIS WORKS ON THE BUTTERFLIES AND MOTHS

  • A. R. Grote (a1)
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For a long time that school of Entomologists which has for its basis the view that there are but few genera in the Butterflies and Moths, and that the more minute characters which these insects offer are not of sufficient value to support genera, have held an almost undisputed sway in the scientific literature on the subject. The first opponent of these views was Jacob Hübner, whose works form the subject of the present paper. A single author, in the comparatively obscure town of Augsburg, in Germany, Jacob Hübner fonnd no adherents to his views, and his works fell into obscurity.

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* daher Konnte ich fruher nichts davon aufnehmen, 4, viii.

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The Canadian Entomologist
  • ISSN: 0008-347X
  • EISSN: 1918-3240
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