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Reference numberEC/1922/14
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TitleWatson, David Meredith Seares: certificate of election to the Royal Society
DescriptionDate stamp on reverse
CitationDistinguished for his important researches in vertebrate anatomy and especially for his discoveries relating to the evolution of the amphibia, reptilia, and mammalia, and the Palaeontological collections he has made in Britain, South Africa, Australia, and America. 'The Skull of Diademodon' (Ann & Mag Nat Hist, Ser 8, Vol 8, 1911); 'On the Skull of a Pariasaurian Reptile' (Proc Zool Soc, 1914); 'The Deinocephalia' (ibid, 1914); 'The Monotreme Skull' (Phil Trans B, vol 207, 1916); 'The Structure, Evolution and Origin of the Amphibia' (ibid, vol 209, 1918); 'On Seymouria, the most Primitive Known Reptile' (Proc Zool Soc, 1918); and about fifty other memoirs on vertebrate palaeontology, palaebotany and geology.
ProposersG Elliott Smith; W J Sollas; J P Hill; E S Goodrich; J T Wilson; E W MacBride; A S Woodward; C W Andrews; C T Regan; J N Collie; P C Mitchell; E G Coker; J Garwood; H Gadow; S J Hickson; J S Gardiner; F W Oliver
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Watson, David Meredith Seares: certificate of election to the Royal Society

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NA6398Watson; David Meredith Seares (1886 - 1973)1886 - 1973
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