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Historic Naturelle Iconography of Insects [17 Images]

Historic Naturelle Iconography of Insects [17 Images]

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Histoire naturelle iconographique des insectes is a book written by Jules Rothschild and published in 1901. The book contains detailed illustrations and descriptions of various species of insects found in Europe, Africa, Asia, and the Americas.

The book is significant for its contributions to the study of entomology, particularly the taxonomy and classification of insects. It contains detailed descriptions of the species, including information on their morphology, behavior, and habitat. The illustrations were created using a combination of lithography and chromolithography techniques, and are accompanied by detailed annotations to aid in identification.

One of the notable features of the book is its focus on the natural history of the insects, including their ecological roles, distribution, and interactions with other species. Rothschild's descriptions and illustrations helped to increase knowledge and understanding of these insects and contributed to the development of new classification systems.

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