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Natural History of Insects in China [48 Images]

Natural History of Insects in China [48 Images]

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The Natural History of the Insects of China is a significant work authored by Edward Donovan and published in 1838. This comprehensive book is dedicated to the study of insects found in China and features detailed illustrations drawn from actual specimens.

Edward Donovan's work delves into the rich insect fauna of China, providing descriptions and illustrations of various insect species found in the region. The book is a valuable resource for entomologists and naturalists interested in the diversity and characteristics of Chinese insects. It contributes to the broader understanding of insect biology and taxonomy, particularly in the context of the Chinese ecosystem.

The illustrations in the book are noteworthy for their accuracy and detail, making it an essential reference for the study of entomology and the natural history of China. It is not only a historical record but also a valuable resource for researchers and enthusiasts interested in the insect life of this region.

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