Reference numberEC/1909/09
Previous numbersCert XII, 290
TitleBather, Francis Arthur: certificate of election to the Royal Society
CitationAssistant Keeper of the Department of Geology in the British Museum. Hon Memb Soc Linn Normandie and Roy Geol Soc, Cornwall. Rolleston Prizeman, 1892. Awarded Wollaston Fund of Geological Society, 1897. External Examiner in Geology, Cambridge Tripos, 1905-1906. Ex-member of Council of Geological Society. Served on the sub-committee of the Royal Society to prepare a scheme for the Zoological Section of the International Catalogue. Distinguished for his discoveries in the comparative anatomy of extinct stalked Echinoderms generally. Author of 133 scientific memoirs and papers on Geology, General Biology, Cephalopoda, Brachiopoda, Arthropoda, Annelida, Echinoderma, &c, including 'British Fossil Crinoids' (Ann & Mag Nat Hist, 1890-1892); 'The Crinoidea of Gotland' (K Svensk Vet-Akad Handl, 1893); 'Uintacrinus: a Morphological Study' (Proc Zool Soc, 1895); 'List of the Genera and Species of Blastoidea' 'British Museum, 1899); Chapters on Echinoderma in Lankester's 'Treatise on Zoology' (1900); 'Ordovician Cystidea from Burma' (Palaeontologia Indica, 1906); and 'Triassic Echinoderms of Bakony' (Result Erforsch Balatonsees, 'in the press').
ProposersE Ray Lankester; A S Woodward; G A Boulenger; H Woodward; W A Herdman; E T Newton; P C Mitchell; G J Hinde; [John Evans]; E Hull; C Reid
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Bather, Francis Arthur: certificate of election to the Royal Society

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