VETERINARY HELMINTHOLOGY AND ENTOMOLOGY the Diseases of Domesticated Animals Caused By Helminth and Arthropod Parasites
Bailliere, Tindall & Cox, 1950 3rd. Previous Owner's Name and Comment. Binding: Hardcover (Original Cloth). Book Condition: Very Good. Dust Jacket Condition: No Jacket. In stock, for immediate despatch. Size: 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: 1.25 -2 kilos. Category: Science & Technology; Previous Owner's Name and Comment. Inventory No: 0026599. (Book ref. 0026599) £10.00
MOTHS OF SOUTHERN AFRICA
(Tafelberg 1975 1st edn) Large 4to , 273pp bw and col ills.Many full-page colour illustrations of different moths,Dustwrapper a little worn and torn roubnd the edges.. VG in a Good- dustwrapper. (Book ref. 9997) £150.00
THE WORLD OF INSECTS
*(Harrap 1959 1st edn) Large 4to 204pp. bw & col ills. VG in VG dustwrapper. (Book ref. 6912) £16.50
MONNIG'S VETERINARY HELMINTHOLOGY AND ENTOMOLOGY.
London. Bailliere, Tindall and Cox. Reprinted 1959. HEAVY hardback which will require extra postage. Before ordering please contact us direct for a postage quote. 511 pages. B.w. illustrations. V.g. in dark green cloth having a few small marks on boards and spine, blind tooled lines on front board and gilt lettering to spine. Small private library stamp (Dow Agrochemicals Ltd) on front fly-leaf. No other stamping. A sound, tight, clean copy. (Book ref. 2764) £14.95
London. Duckworth. 1929. lst edn. Hardback. 314 pages. B.w. illustrations. Good in red cloth with black lettering on front board and on faded spine, ageing to edge of textblock, and previous owners name and address on front paste down. No d.w. A sound tight clean copy. (Book ref. 7868) £6.95
A History of British Butterflies
London, Groombridge and Sons, 1865 Original decorative blind stamped green boards (hardback) with gilt butterflies to front board, gilt title and decoration to spine, some edge wear, corners bowed, chipped and frayed to top and bottom of spine, very good taking account of age and use, cream endpapers, no intrusive inscriptions, a few light pencil annotations, viii, 169 pages, followed by Aphorismata Entomologica 1-20 pages. The pages are generally clean and fully readable, some creasing to the extreme page edges and a hint of browning in places. Seventy one tissue protected hand coloured plates and black & white engravings. The colours used for the plates remain bright and eye-catching. A highly collectable antiquarian book beautifully illustrated. Size: 10.00 x 6.25 inches approx. jThis book is interesting for naturalists who will be able to compare patterns in the butterfly population of Britain aroundt the time of publication to the species seen in modern times. The joy of this book is the art work shown in its superb illustrations. (Book ref. 14915) £215.00
The Senses of Insects
London: Methuen, 1933. First Edition. Hard Cover. Very Good/No Jacket. 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall Brown cloth, clear black lettering to front and spine, x & 126 pages, 25 illustrations, bibliography, index, publisher's list (8 pages), very clean book, slight waving to pages. One of Methuen's Monographs on Biological Subjects. (Book ref. 6227) £4.00
Manual of Plant Diseases in the Yemen Arab Republic
Taiz, Yemen Arab Republic: Agricultural Research Authority, Ministry of Agriculture and Fisheries, 1985. Hard Cover. Fine/No Jacket. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall No previous owner marks, 144 pages, 86 colour photographs, map. Contents include: occurrence of plant diseases in YAR; main diseases of major crops and their control; some other diseases of cultivated plants; plant disease control and safe use of pesticides. Annexes include: area, production and yield of major crops; host list of plant diseases in YAR; some important diseases not prevalent in YAR and for which quarantine care is essential; common and chemical names of fungicides mentioned; references, bibliography, meteorological data. (Book ref. 5879) £16.50
Pest Control in Groundnuts: Pans Manual No.2 Third Edition
London: Centre for Overseas Pest Research, 1973. Soft Cover. Very Good. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall 0851350591 iv & 197 pages, 90 figures/illustrations, sections on botany, agronomy, weeds, diseases, nematodes, storage insects, check lists of diseases, insects and mites, bibliographies, index. No previous owner marks. (Book ref. 5780) £5.95
Plant Diseases of Economic Importance in Ethiopia
Haile Selassie I University College of Agriculture, 1967. Soft Cover. Very Good. Experimental station bulletin no.50, 30 pages, 6 illustrations, contents: diseases of cereals, oil seed crops, pulses, vegetables, fruit crops, coffee, cotton, sugar cane and tobacco found in Ethiopia. (Book ref. 5763) £4.00
Journal of the East Africa Natural History Society. Coryndon Memorial Museum, Vol. XIX, No. 1 (85 & 86) June 1946.
London: H F & G Witherby, Jan 1947 First edition, stapled paperback, very good condition, dark grey printed card covers slightly browned and 1" chip to spine, internally clean tight and bright, 80 pages, colour and b/w photo illustrations and line drawings, 2 fold out b/w maps---------1) Bird Notes chielfly from the Northern Frontier District of Kenya, Part 1 by W Tomlinson (pages 1-17: 2) East African Butterflies, by R Tenniel Evans (Pages 18 - 39), 4 b/w photo plates: 3) Report on a Visit to the Site of the Eyasi Skull found by Dr Kohl-Larsen (pages 40 - 50 plus b/w fold-out mapm b/w photo illustration.) 4) The Nature and Origin of a Soapstone from near Kish, by William Pulfrey, (Pages 51 - 61 + fold-out b/w map), 5) The Ant Mimic Myrmarachne Plataleoides, by J E Marson (Pages 62 - 63 + colour plate), 6) A Note on the Food of Young Blue GilL Sunfish, Lepomis Macrochorus, in Kenya Colony, by Vernon S van Someren (pages 64 - 66): Occasional notes (Page67 - 72): plus 6 pages b/w photo illustrations; Obituarie - W L Sclacter and Venerable W E Owen, Archdeacon; Reports (Book ref. 2353) £18.00
Journal of the East Africa Natural History Society , Vol. XXI1, No 1 (93) April 1953.
Nairobi: The East Africa Natural History Society, 1953 First edition, stapled paperback, very good condition, grey printed card covers slightly browned , 80 pages, b/w photo illustrations and line drawings, ---------Contents: The Water-Holes at Ijara; Elephants in the Moonlight; Some East African Hawk Moths; Hunting Shells on the Coast of Kenya; A Kenya Alnoite and associated Skarns; The Introduction of the American Brook Trout to Kenya; Riverside Dwellers of the White Nile; The house of Dhow; Obituary - Hon Mrs Evelyn Maloney (nee Napier); Book Reviews (Book ref. 2355) £18.00
Journal of the East Africa Natural History Society, Vol. XXI, December 1952
Nairobi: The East Africa Natural History Society, 1952 First edition, stapled paperback, very good condition, grey printed card covers slightly browned and crease to back, 28 pages, b/w photo illustrations and line drawings, errata slip loosely inserted---------1) Some Field Notes on the Birds of Mogadishu by Lynn-Allen, B G; The Lammergeier in Eastern Africa by Hook, Raymond; The Occurance of a Species of Caddis Fly, Helicopsyche Bremi, in Tropical Africa by Verdcourt;Bernard; Four new Kenya Moths by Townsend, A L H; Observations on Stoloniferous Grasses in Kenya by Bogdan, A V; A Little-known waterlily from Tanganyika by Bally, P R O; Book Review - Some Game Birds of West Africa (Book ref. 2354) £18.00
Journal of the East Africa Natural History Society, Vol. XXI1, No.2 (94) October 1953
Nairobi: The East Africa Natural History Society, 1953 First edition, stapled paperback, very good condition, grey printed card covers , 28 pages, b/w photo illustrations and line drawings, errata slip loosely inserted---------1) The Study of Snails and Slugs in East Africa; 2) the tilapia Fisheries of the Kavirondo Gulf; 3) On the Northern Uaso Nyiro; 4) Mudworts in Kenya; 5) A small Outbreak of Euproctis rubricosta Fawcett (Lepidoptera Lymantriidae) in the Eastern Province of Tanganyika; 6) Some speculations on the Sudden Occurrence of Floods in the History of Lake Magadi; 7) Amboselli National reserve. Short Notes on- ASpecies of Door Snail in Uganda; A Meat-eating Duiker; The Temporary preservation of small birds with table salt; Kalinzu forest Fruit Bats; essay by Francis Ojany, aged 17, 'Why do we preserve wild life?' (Book ref. 2356) £18.00
Journal of the East Africa Natural History Society and Coryndon Museum, Vol. XXIV, No. 1 (105) June 1962.
Nairobi: The East Africa Natural History Society, 01/09/1962 First edition, stapled paperback, very good condition, grey printed card covers slightly browned at edges, 77 pages, b/w photo illustrations and line drawings, b/w maps---------Contents: 1) Common Perennial Lilies of Kenya, by R Polhill; 2) Flowering Plants of Ngong Hills, by S Heriz-Smith; 3) Report on a collection of African Slugs (Urocyclidae), by B Verdcourt; 4) Two interesting plant records from East Africa, by B Verdcourt; 5) Notes on the Migration and Dispersal of Birds at Kitui, by J R M Tennent; 6) Bau Petroglyphs, by A T Matson; 7) Newly found Bau Petroglyphs and the Masai Game "Ngeshui", by Claud Hamilton; 8) New African Lepidoptera, by R H Carcasson 9) Nature Notes- Abdim's Storks, Grey Plover, Pink footed Puff-backs, Unusual Birds of the Coast, Early arrival of Caspian Plover, Obituary - Mrs Sybil Albrechtsen. (Book ref. 2358) £18.00
Transactions of the Society for British Entomology Vol.18, Part 1 - the Insects of the Stony Substratum of Windermere
British Trust for Entymology Ltd., 1968. Wraps. Good/No Jacket. 8vo 18pp. Light wear to covers, light foxing to closed edges, else sound. (Book ref. 000509) £10.00
Tenants of An Old Farm. Leaves from the Note-Book of a Naturalist.
London, Hodder and Stoughton, 1888. First English edition, 8vo, original light brown decorative cloth with a coloured illustration of a farmhouse on front cover, lettered in black and gilt, floral decoration on spine with a bee and a caterpillar, a frontispiece and 140 illustrations, 32 pp. of illustrated publisher's advertisments, an exceptionally bright copy. An account of American Entomology. (Book ref. 32529) £30.00
Outlines of Entomology;
London, Methuen, 1949; 4th edition; Hardback; Very good/ Dj Very good; 188pp with 96 illustrations; Blue covers with title on spine; Dust jacket ahs nicks, edge wear, price intact. (Book ref. 8792) £7.00
A Coleopterists Handbook
Amatuer Entomologists Society, 1975. Illustrated by Photos. Second Edition Revised. Pictorial Card Cover. Good+/VG/Non Called for. 0900054360 142 pages a handbook for amatuer entomologists Chapters om field Equipment, Methods of capture, Preparing a collection, Identification, beetle larvae, Preserving larvae, Rearing, etc Small 1cm very light stain to first few pages (Book ref. 009887) £9.95
Dry-Fly Entomology Leasding Types of Natural Insects Serving as Food for Trout and Grayling with the Best Patterns of Floating Flies and Various Methods of Dressing Them
London: Vinton & Co, 1902. Second Edition Revised. Hard Cover. Good. 8vo 8vo. 1902. second edition revised. c.p. Halford Dry-fly Series Vol II. 323pp. Light uniform browning to pages and some sporadic foxing to plates. Good in original blue cloth gilt. Corner bumped and extremities a little rubbed but gilt good and bright. (Book ref. 20981) £85.00