Archives of Natural History articles

Volume 44 (1)

MÉTAILIÉ, Georges. Science and civilisation in China
vol. 44 (1): 191-191
CONNIFF, Richard. House of lost worlds: dinosaurs, dynasties, and the story of life on Earth
vol. 44 (1): 192-192
HANCOCK, E. Geoffrey, PEARCE, Nick and CAMPBELL, Mungo (editors). William Hunter's world: the art and science of eighteenth-century collecting
vol. 44 (1): 192-193

Volume 43 (2)

The Dupont family: collectors, dealers and naturalists in nineteenth-century Paris
vol. 43 (2): 191-207
Annotations in copies of Thomas Johnson's Mercurius botanicus (1634) and Mercurii botanici, pars altera (1641): authorship and provenance
vol. 43 (2): 208-220
A vile passion for altering names: the contributions of Charles Thorold Wood jun. and Neville Wood to ornithology in the 1830s
vol. 43 (2): 221-236
The first printed Latin editions of Dioscorides's De materia medica (1478, 1512): an inventory-based re-evaluation
vol. 43 (2): 237-254
A history of the fossil fruits and seeds of the London Clay (1840): a historical and bibliographical account of James Scott Bowerbank's unfinished monograph
vol. 43 (2): 255-277
No. 3 Highbury Grove, Islington: the private geological museum of James Scott Bowerbank (1797–1877)
vol. 43 (2): 278-284
A rough draft of A. R. Wallace's “Sarawak law” paper
vol. 43 (2): 285-293
The development of ornithology in Mexico and the importance of access to scientific information
vol. 43 (2): 294-304
Edward Drinker Cope's final feud
vol. 43 (2): 305-320
Jerónimo Lobo SJ and his Discourse of palm-trees in the context of seventeenth-century botany
vol. 43 (2): 321-335
The life and work of Margaret Gatty (1809–1873), with particular reference to her seaweed collections
vol. 43 (2): 336-350
Two long-forgotten engravings of Sowerby's beaked whale (Mesoplodon bidens) from the nineteenth century
vol. 43 (2): 351-354
A Dutch phantom translation of Dioscorides's De materia medica from 1520 and a German translation by a non-Germanic author from 1546
vol. 43 (2): 354-357
“rolls up like Armadillo”: Darwin's forgotten encounters with ceratocanthine beetles (Coleoptera: Hybosoridae)
vol. 43 (2): 357-360
Additional references to “woggin” as a name for penguins
vol. 43 (2): 360-362
JONES, Ryan Tucker. Empire of extinction: Russians and the North Pacific's strange beasts of the sea, 1741–1867
vol. 43 (2): 363-363
COWIE, Helen. Exhibiting animals in nineteenth-century Britain: empathy, education, entertainment; JACKSON, Christine. Menageries in Britain 1100–2000
vol. 43 (2): 364-365
PLUMB, Christopher. The Georgian menagerie: exotic animals in the eighteenth century
vol. 43 (2): 365-366
EATHERLEY, Dan. Bushmaster: Raymond Ditmars and the hunt for the world's largest viper
vol. 43 (2): 366-367
HOPWOOD, Nick. Haeckel's embryos: images, evolution, and fraud
vol. 43 (2): 367-368
NIMITS, Stephen A., TSCHANTZ UNROE, Kathleen and VINCENT, Michael A. (translators). Methodus plantarum nova. John Ray (1682)
vol. 43 (2): 368-369
GREENWOOD, Eric F. Hunting plants: the story of those who discovered the flowering plants and ferns of North Lancashire
vol. 43 (2): 369-370
DUYKER, Edward. Dumont d'Urville: explorer and polymath
vol. 43 (2): 370-371
MARGÓCSY, Dániel. Commercial visions: science, trade, and visual culture in the Dutch Golden Age
vol. 43 (2): 371-372
OPITZ, Donald L., BERGWIK, Staffan, and VAN TIGGELEN, Brigitte (editors). Domesticity in the making of modern science
vol. 43 (2): 372-373
KEENE, Melanie. Science in wonderland: the scientific fairy tales of Victorian Britain
vol. 43 (2): 373-374
ENENKEL, Karl A. and SMITH, Paul J. (editors). Zoology in early modern culture: intersections of science, theology, philology, and political and religious education: volume 32
vol. 43 (2): 374-375
POLHILL, Diana and POLHILL, Roger. East African plant collectors
vol. 43 (2): 375-376
LINNAEUS, Carl. Species plantarum 1753. Volumes 1 and 2, with an introduction by W. T. Stearn and appendix by J. L. Heller and W. T. Stearn, plus supplements by C. E. Jarvis
vol. 43 (2): 376-377
WINTERBOTTOM, Anna. Hybrid knowledge in the early East India Company world; ELLIS, Markman, COULTON, Richard, and MAUGER, Matthew. Empire of tea: the Asian leaf that conquered the world
vol. 43 (2): 377-379
INDEXES to Archives of natural history 43 (2016)
vol. 43 (2): 380-384

Volume 43 (1)

Patron's review: Exploring cultures of collecting in the early modern world
vol. 43 (1): 1-20
A lost collection (1989–1994) of reptiles, birds and mammals of the Syrian Jazira (Syrian Arab Republic)
vol. 43 (1): 21-29
Natural history publications arising from Theodore Cantor's visit to Chusan, China, in 1840
vol. 43 (1): 30-40
A great auk for the Sun King
vol. 43 (1): 41-56
Natural history books in the library of Dr Richard Richardson
vol. 43 (1): 57-75
Charles and Emile Parzudaki: natural history dealers in nineteenth-century Paris
vol. 43 (1): 76-89