8vo, publisher’s original purple cloth, [xxiv], 263pp, with 26 colour plates. Tear to the base of the spine. Slight edgewear to corners of boards and top of spine. Cracking to the hinge of the two front-end papers. Binding is tight. Contents are bright, clean and in good condition. All 26 colour plates are present. All in all a good copy of a rare and important work in the history of entomology.
DENNY, Henry, Monographia Anoplurorum Britanniae; or, an essay on the British species of parasitic insects belonging to the order Anoplura of Leach, with the modern divisions of the genera according to the views of Leach, Nitzsch, and Burmeister, with highly magnified figures of each species., Henry G. Bohn, 1842
SKU: 034693 Category: Natural History Tags: Anoplura, anoplurorum, bohn, britanniae, bugs, Burmeister, denny, entomology, Insects, Leach, London, monogrophia, Natural History, Science