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Reference numberEC/1889/13
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TitlePoulton, Sir Edward Bagnall: certificate of election to the Royal Society
CitationDistinguished as a Zoologist & especially for investigations upon the colours of insects. Author of the following among other papers: - "The Tongue of Perameles nasuta", Quart Journ Mic Sci, Jan 1883. "The tongue of "Ornithorhync[h]us paradoxus'' (Quart Journ Micros Science, July, 1883); 'On the Tongues of Marsupialia' (Proc Zool Soc, Dec 1883). Papers relating to the subject of colour and marking in insects, in Trans Entom Soc, April, 1884, August 1885, and June, 1886; Proc Roy Soc, No 237, 1885, and No 243, 1886; 'The Experimental Proof of the Protective Value of Colour and Markings in Insects in reference to their Vertebrate Enemies' (Proc Zool Soc, 1887); 'An Inquiry into the Cause and Extent of a special colour-relation between certain exposed Lepidopterous Pupae and the surfaces which immediately surround them' (Phil Trans, 1887); 'Notes in 1886 on Lepidopterous Larvae' (Trans Entom Soc, 1887).
ProposersFrom General Knowledge: John Lubbock
From Personal Knowledge: R Meldola; E Ray Lankester; H N Moseley; W H Flower; Walsingham; J Burdon Sanderson; Henry W Acland; A Vernon Harcourt; R B Clifton; William Odling; Isaac Bayley Balfour; J J Sylvester; Joseph Prestwich; Harold B Dixon; G J Romanes; Francis Galton; Bartholomew Price
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Poulton, Sir Edward Bagnall: certificate of election to the Royal Society

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NA6974Poulton; Sir; Edward Bagnall (1856 - 1943)1856 - 1943
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