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Subject: Insects Printing Year: Multiple Time Periods
Format: DVD PDF Sub Subject: Entomology
Language: English Fiction Type: Non Fiction
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Vintage Entomology INSECT Collecting 170 Rare  Books  

"V i n t a g e   e B o o k   C o l l e c t i o n"

A fabulous collection of over 170 vintage books in digital format covering the history of insects.

The disc contains digital scans of all of the books in Adobe Reader form (pdf ebook format) which allows each volume to be read individually.

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The list of titles on the DVD includes the following: 

 The natural history of British insects  – E Donovan 1802
     Insects their ways and means of living – R Evans Snodgrasss
 Aid to the identification of insects (2 volumes) – C O Waterhouse 1882
 Alphabet of insects for the use of beginners – J Rennie 1832
 American entomology – T Say 1817
 A description of the insects of North America – T Say
 American insects – V L Kellog 1908
 The anatomy, physiology, morphology, and development of the blow-fly (2 volumes) – T Lowne 1892
 Annulosa Javanica, or, an attempt to illustrate the natural affinities and analogies of the insects collected in Java – W S Macleay 1825
 Ants and some other insects – Dr A Forel 1904
 Apple tree insects of Maine – E M Patch
 Arcana Entomologica, or illustrations of new, rare and interesting insects (volume 1) – J O Westwood 1845
 Australian insects – W W Froggatt
 Beneficial insects (28 pages) – 1922
 A bibliography of fossil insects – S H Scudder 1882
 The biology of insects – G H Carpenter
 Blood sucking insects of Formosa – 1918
 British insects – E F Stareley 1871
 British insects – W Percival Westell 1922
 British insects and how to know them – H Bastin 1917
 British Libellulimae; or dragon flies – W F Evans 1845
 The cabinet of oriental entomology (India and adjacent islands) – J O Westwood 1848
 Canadian fossil insects (volume 2) – S H Scudder 1895
 Catalogue of Hymemopterous insects in the collection of the British Museum – E Smith 1858
 A catalogue of insects of Pennsylvania – F V Melsheimer 1806
 A catalogue of the neuropteroid insects (except odonata) of the United States – N Banks 1907
 Catalogue of the specimens of neuropterous insects in the collection of the British Museum – 1852
 Cecil’s book of insects – S H Peabody 1868
 The classification of insects from embryological data – Prof L Agassie 1850
 The coccidae of California – E K Carnes 1906
 Coleoptera atlantidum, being an enumeration of the coleopterous insects of the Madeiras, Salvages, and Canaries – T V Wollaston 1865
 The colours of animals, their meaning, and use, especially considered in the case of insects – E B Poulton 1890
 Common British insects – Rev J G Wood 1882
 Common injurious insects of Kansas – V L Kellog 1892
 Curious facts in the history of insects – E Cowan 1865
 A decade of curious insects – J Hill 1773
 Descriptions and figures of some new lepidopterous insects, chiefly from Nepal – G R Gray 1846
 Destructive insects, their natural enemies, remedies and recommendations – A Craw 1891
 Directions for collecting and preserving insects – C V Riley 1892
 Boys and girls club work, diseases and insects of the home garden
 Elementary lessons on insects – J G Needham
 Elements of Entomology:  An outline of the natural history and classification of British insects – W S Dallas 1807
 Household and camp insects – E Porter Felt 1917
 How to collect and preserve insects
 Illustrations of British insects (5 volumes) – J F Stephens 1846
 Illustrations of exotic entomology (2 volumes) – D Drury 1837
 Index entomologicus: or, a complete illustrated catalogue, consisting of 1944 figures, of the lepidopterous insects of Great Britain – W Wood 1839
 Index to the known fossil insects of the world – S H Scuddder 1891
 Indian forest insects of economic importance coteoptera – E P Stebbing 1914
 Indian insect life – H M Lefroy 1909
 Injurious insects:  how to recognise and control them – W C O’Kane 1912
 The insect book:  A popular account of the bees, wasps, ants, grasshoppers, flies and other North American insects – L O Howard 1902
 Report of the Canadian Arctic expedition 1913 – 18, volume 3:  Insects – C Gordon Hewitt 1920
 Insects – D Sharp 1909
 Insects abroad – Rev J G Wood 1874
 Insects abroad – Rev J G Wood 1883
 Insects affecting park and woodland trees (New York State Museum) – 1906
 Insects affecting the orange – H G Hubbard 1885
 Insects at home – Rev J G Wood 1872
 Insects injurious to forest trees (New York State) – Felt 1898
 Insects injurious to the American Elm – G H Perkins 1890
 Insects injurious to staple crops – E Dwight Sanderson 1902
 Insects injurious to fruits – W Saunders 1883
 Insects and insecticides – 1905
 Insects and man – C A Ealand 1915
 Insects of economic importance – G W Herrrick 1915
 Insects of Rhode Island – C Abbottt Davis 1901
 Insects their life histories and habits – H Bastin 1913
 Insects their structure and life – G H Carpenter 1899
 Insect variety:  Its propagation and distribution – A H Swinton
 The insect world – L Figuier 1869
  Instructions for collecting, rearing, and preserving British and foreign insects – A Ingpen 1839
 An introduction to entomology or, elements of the natural history of insects – W Kirby 1865
 An introduction to entomology or, elements of the natural history of insects (4 volumes) – W Kirby 1828
 An introduction to the modern classification of insects (2 volumes) – J O Westwood 1839
 Key to the families of North American insects – C Brues 1915
 Label list of insects of the Dominion of Canada – 1883
 Leaf mining insects – J G Needham 1928
 Letters on entomology intended for the amusement and instruction of young persons – 1825
 Life and her children, glimpses of animal life from the amoeba to the insects – A B Buckley 1881
 Life histories of Indian insects microlepidoptera – 1920
 The life of North American insects – B Jaeger 1854
 Life stories of Australian insects – M N Brewster 1920
The life story of insects – G H Carpenter 1913
 A manual for the study of insects – J H Comstock 1895
 Manual of tree and shrub insects – E Porter 1928
 Manual of vegetable garden insects – C R Crosby 1918
 Illustration of insects, native and foreign, order hemiptera – T Glover 1876
  Thesaurus Entomologicus Oxoniensiss – J O Westwood 1874
 The transformations of insects – P M Duncan
 A treatise on some of the insects injurious to vegetation – T W Harris 1863
 True tales of the insects – L N Badenoch 1899
 Wild bees, wasps and ants – E Saunders
 The wings of insects – J H Comstock 1918
 A monograph of the fossil insects of the British coal measures – H Bolton 1921
 Natural history of the insects of China (2 volumes) – J O Westwood 1838
 The natural history of remarkable insects – 1822
 The natural history of aquatic insects – Prof L C Miall 19222
 Natural history of insects (3 volumes) – 1833
 Our insects friends and enemies – J B Smith 1909
 Parasitic and predaceous insects in applied entomology – C V Riley 1893
 Popular British entomology – M E Catlow
 The psychic life of insects – E L Bouvier 1922
 The question concerning the sensibility, intelligence and instinctive actions of insects – D Badham 1837
 A report on the insects of Massachusetts, injurious to vegetation – 1841
 New South Wales report on parasitic and injurious insects – W Froggatt 1909
 Scale insects of the Santa Cruz peninsula – G F Ferris 1920
 Sketches of British insects, a handbook for beginners in the study of entomology – Rev W Houghton 1888
v A systematic catalogue of British insects – J F Stephens 1829

If you have an interest in the study of insects you will be fascinated by this wonderful collection of vintage books.

These are faithfully digitised reproductions of vintage out of print books and are free of copyright restrictions. We make every effort to maintain the original images and text.

This DVD contains .PDF format files which can easily be viewed on any PC or Laptop with a DVD Drive.

This will not work in a DVD player connected to your TV.

The latest generation of Kindles also has PDF reading support. You can drag and drop the files onto the device via the USB connection or convert them to .AZW or .MOBI formats using Calibre.

This is a free conversion program included on the disc. 

You can also print, copy and share as many pages as you want.



 You will receive a Fully Printed DVD supplied in a plastic wallet.

   This compilation DVD © The Retrospective Place.

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