Reference numberEC/1904/13
Previous numbersCert XII, 193
TitleShipley, Sir Arthur Everett: certificate of election to the Royal Society
CitationUniversity Lecturer in Invertebrate Zoology. Member of the Council of the Senate of the University of Cambridge. Fellow, Tutor, and Lecturer in Natural Science, etc. Author of many Zoological papers in scientific journals and other works, among them: - 'On the Formation of the Mesoblast, and the Persistence of the Blastospore in the Lamprey' (Proc Roy Soc, 1886); 'On the Development of 'Petramyzon fluviatilis''; 'On 'Phymosoma varians''; 'On 'Arhynchus nemignathi'' (Quart Journ Micros Soc, vols xxvii-xxxix); 'The Structure and Development of 'Argiope'' (Mitth d Zool Stat zu Neapel, vol iv); 'An Attempt to Revise the Family Linguatulidae,' and 'On the Species of Echinorhynchus parasitic on the Cetaceae' (Arch de Parasitologia, 1898, 1899); 'The Echinoids of the Loyalty Islands, New Britain,' etc, and 'On the Entozoa collected by Dr Willey' (Willey's Zoological Results, 1899, 1900); 'On the Gephyrean Worms of Rotuma and Funafuti' (Proc Zool Soc, 1898); 'The Sipunculoidea of Mr Stanley Gardiner's Voyage' (Fauna, etc, of the Maldive and Laccadive Archipelago, vol i); 'The Zoology of the Invertebrata' (London: 1893). Joint author (with Dr Nuttall) of a series of papers 'On the Structure and Biology of Anopheles (now in course of publication in the 'Journal of Hygiene'); and (with Prof MacBride) of 'Zoology, an Elementary Text-Book' (1901). Joint Editor (with Prof Poulton) of the authorised Translation of Weismann's 'Essays on Heredity,' etc (1889); and (with Dr Harmer) of the 'Cambridge Natural History,' from 1895 onward. In 1887 went to the Bermudas on a mission from the Colonial Office to investigate a disease which was destroying the staple crop of the Islands, and suggested remedial measures which proved successful ('Kew Bulletin,' No X, 1887).
ProposersA Newton; John Murray; J Bryce; A M Norman; S F Harmer; W A Herdman; S J Hickson; L C Miall; G S Brady; A Sedgwick; H Gadow; J Y Buchanan; Walter L Buller
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Shipley, Sir Arthur Everett: certificate of election to the Royal Society

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NA6154Shipley; Sir; Arthur Everett (1861 - 1927)1861 - 1927
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