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Reference numberEC/1862/07
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TitleHicks, John Braxton: certificate of election to the Royal Society
CitationThe author of Amoeboid Conditions of Volvox Globator - Mic Journ April 1860. On the Development of the Govidia of Lichens in relation to unicellular Algae Ib Oct 1860 Jany 1861. New Sensory Organs in Insects Linn Trans 1860 - On the Homologies of the Eye in the Invertebrata - Read before R Soc Jany 1861. A Paper, read before the Royal Society, & published in "Proceedings" abstract May 26, 1859, 'On certain Sensory Organs in Insects, hitherto undescribed - 2 Papers in Transactions of Linnean Socy - "on new organs of the Antennae of Insects"; also One paper in Trans Linnean Socy - "On organs on Nervures of wings" and a paper in "Proceedings of the Linn Socy" on "New organs on the Halteres of Diptera"; and in the Same Proceedings "New Species of Draparnaldia" - Part author of "Humble Creatures" V Voorst.
ProposersFrom General Knowledge. E W Brayley; G Mackmurdo.
From Personal Knowledge. William B Carpenter; John Lubbock; Geo Busk; Edwin Lankester; Fredk Currey; John J Bennett; John Hilton; Alfred S Taylor; Thomas Bell; Cha Ansell;
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Hicks, John Braxton: certificate of election to the Royal Society

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NA5060Hicks; John Braxton (1823 - 1897)1823 - 1897
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