Reference numberRBO/4/17
Alternative reference numberRBO.4.54
Title'Some Observations Concerning the odd Turn of some Shell-snailes, and the Darting of Spiders'
Description'Made by an ingenious Cantabrigian and by him communicated to Mr John Wray, who transmitted it to Mr Oldenburg for the Royal Society in August 1669'

Observations of spiders spinning thread and making webs

Read at the Royal Society on 18 February 1668
Extent5 sides
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Access statusOpen
Related materialPrinted in 'Philosophical Transactions', vol 4, no 50, p 1011
Related records in the catalogueCLP/15i/23
Fellows associated with this archive
NA8403Ray; John (1627 - 1705)1627 - 1705
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