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Sectional Committee: Zoology

Recommended for publication in the 'Proceedings of the Royal Society of London'. Suggests the author conduct his argument with Eriksson on a more academic level, which in the paper has an 'unpleasantly acid' tone. Refers to work of William Thomas Calman.

[Published in the 'Proceedings of the Royal Society of London']

Endorsed on verso as received 15 November 1934.

Reference number
RR/53/14
Earliest possible date
November 1934
Physical description
Standardised form (type D) and letter on paper
Page extent
3 pages
Format
Manuscript

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Stanley Wells Kemp

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Stanley Wells Kemp, Referee's report by Stanley Wells Kemp, on a paper 'A further account of the feeding mechanism of Chirocephalus diaphanus' by Herbert Graham Cannon, November 1934, RR/53/14, The Royal Society Archives, London, https://makingscience.royalsociety.org/items/rr_53_14/referees-report-by-stanley-wells-kemp-on-a-paper-a-further-account-of-the-feeding-mechanism-of-chirocephalus-diaphanus-by-herbert-graham-cannon, accessed on 18 June 2024

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