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Unpublished paper, 'Contribution to the history of Pleiocene [Pliocene] and Pleistocene deer - Part II' by Boyd Dawkins

Reference number: AP/63/10

Date: 1885

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Dawkins writes on two species, Cervus Dawkinsi and Alces latifrons [Cervalces latifrons, broad-fronted moose], presenting definitions, measurements and identification for each, as well as their relation to other species.

Annotations in ink and coloured pencil througout.

Subject: Zoology / Palaeontology

Received 17 June 1885.

Written by Dawkins at Woodhurst, Fallowfield, Manchester [England].

Reference number
AP/63/10
Earliest possible date
1885
Physical description
Ink and coloured pencil on paper
Page extent
58 pages
Format
Manuscript

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William Boyd Dawkins

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William Boyd Dawkins, Unpublished paper, 'Contribution to the history of Pleiocene [Pliocene] and Pleistocene deer - Part II' by Boyd Dawkins, 1885, AP/63/10, The Royal Society Archives, London, https://makingscience.royalsociety.org/items/ap_63_10/unpublished-paper-contribution-to-the-history-of-pleiocene-pliocene-and-pleistocene-deer-part-ii-by-boyd-dawkins, accessed on 20 July 2024

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