The Coleoptera of the British Islands. A Descriptive

Account of the Families, Genera, and Species indigenous to Great Britain and Ireland, with Notes as to Localities, Habitats, etc. By the Rev. W. W. Fowler, M.A., F.L.S. Vol. I., with two Structural Plates and Wood Engravings, 14s.; Vol. II., 18s.; Vols. III. to V., each 16s. Large Paper Illustrated Edition, Vol. I., with 36 Coloured Plates, 48s.; Vol. II., with 34 Coloured Plates, 58s.; Vol. III., with 28 Coloured Plates, 48s.; Vol. IV., with 44 Coloured Plates, 63s.; Vol. V., with 38 Coloured Plates, 63s.

The Butterflies of Europe: Illustrated and Described. By Henry Charles Lang, M.D., F.L.S. Complete in Two Vols., super-royal 8vo, with 82 Coloured Plates, containing upwards of 900 Figures, cloth, 3 18s.

** The Systematic List of European Butterflies from the above work separately, price 8d.; or printed on one side of the paper only for Labels, 1s.

The Lepidoptera of Ceylon. By F. Moore, F.L.S.

Three Vols., Medium 4to, 215 Coloured Plates, cloth, gilt tops, 21 12s. Published under the auspices of the Government of Ceylon.

British Insects. A Familiar Description of the

Form, Structure, Habits, and Transformations of Insects. By E. F. Staveley, Author of "British Spiders". Crown 8vo, with 16 Coloured Plates and numerous Wood Engravings, 14s.

British Beetles; an Introduction to the Study of our indigenous Coleoptera. By E. C. Rye. 2nd Edition, revised by Rev. Canon Fowler. Crown 8vo, 16 Coloured Steel Plates, and 11 Wood Engravings, 10s. 6d.

British Bees; an Introduction to the Study of the

Natural History and Economy of the Bees indigenous to the British Isles. By W. E. Shuckard. Crown 8vo, 16 Coloured Plates, and Woodcuts of Dissections, 10s. 6d.

British Butterflies and Moths; an Introduction to the Study of our Native Lepidoptera. By H. T. Stainton. Crown 8vo, 16 Coloured Plates, and Wood Engravings, 10s. 6d.

British Spiders; an Introduction to the Study of the ARANEIDAE found in Great Britain and Ireland. By E. F. Staveley. Crown 8vo, 16 Coloured Plates, and 44 Wood Engravings, 10s. 6d.

Harvesting Ants and Trap-door Spiders; Notes and Observations on their Habits and Dwellings. By J. T. Moggridge, F.L.S. With Supplement, 17s. The Supplement separately, cloth, 7s. 6d.

Curtis's British Entomology. Illustrations and

Descriptions of the Genera of Insects found in Great Britain and Ireland, containing Coloured Figures, from Nature, of the most rare and beautiful Species, and in many instances, upon the plants on which they are found. Eight Vols., Royal 8vo, 770 Coloured Plates, 28.

Or in Separate Monographs.

Orders.

Plates.

8.

d.

Aphaniptera .

2

0

2

0

COLEOPTEBA . .

256

12

16

0

Debmaptera. .

1

0

1

0

DlCTYOPTERA. .

1

0

1

0

DlPTERA . . .

103

5

3

0

Hemiptera . .

32

1

12

0

HOMOPTERA . .

21

1

1

0

Orders.

Plates.

8.

d.

Hymenoptera

. . 125

6

5

0

Lepidoptera

. . 193

9

13

0

Neuroptera . .

. . 13

0

13

0

Omaloptera . .

6

0

6

0

Obthoptera .

. 5

0

5

0

Strepsiptera

, . 3

0

3

0

Trichoptera

9

0

9

0

"Curtis's Entomology," which Cuvier pronounced to have "reached the ultimatum of perfection," is still the standard work on the Genera of British Insects. The Figures executed by the author himself, with wonderful minuteness and accuracy, have never been surpassed, even if equalled. The price at which the work was originally published was 43 16s.

Insecta Britannica; Diptera. Vol. III. By

Francis Walker, F.L.S. 8vo, with 10 Plates, 25s.

The Structure and Life History of the Cockroach

(Periplaneta Orientalis). An Introduction to the Study of Insects. By L. C. Miall, Professor of Biology in the Yorkshire College, Leeds, and Alfred Denny, Lecturer on Biology in the Firth College, Sheffield. Demy 8vo, 125 Woodcuts, 7s. 6d.