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Article Geoffrey Winthrop-Young (2023)
The Social Politics of Karl Escherich’s 1933 Inaugural Presidential Lecture. Journal of the History of Biology (pp. 65-95). (/isis/citation/CBB272683827/) unapi

Book Jan Marten Ivo Klaver (2023)
Science, Religion and Society. Nineteenth-Century Cultural Contexts. (/isis/citation/CBB842010654/) unapi

Article Hugh B. Feeley; Craig R. Macadam (2022)
A history of the discovery and study of Plecoptera (stoneflies) in Britain and Ireland (1769–1970s). Archives of Natural History (pp. 372-390). (/isis/citation/CBB301884338/) unapi

Article Anthony French (2022)
The colouring of John Curtis’s British entomology (1834–1839): Joseph Standish and “the paragon of perfection”. Archives of Natural History (pp. 62-77). (/isis/citation/CBB473136138/) unapi

Book Jeannie N. Shinozuka (2022)
Biotic Borders: Transpacific Plant and Insect Migration and the Rise of Anti-Asian Racism in America, 1890–1950. (/isis/citation/CBB310184057/) unapi

Book Matthew Wale (2022)
Making Entomologists: How Periodicals Shaped Scientific Communities in Nineteenth-Century Britain. (/isis/citation/CBB883076998/) unapi

Article Kelle Dhein (2022)
From Karl von Frisch to Neuroethology: A Methodological Perspective on the Frischean Tradition's Expansion into Neuroethology. Berichte zur Wissenschaftsgeschichte (pp. 30-45). (/isis/citation/CBB918425934/) unapi

Article Michael Worboys (2022)
Imperial entomology: Boris P. Uvarov and locusts, c.1920–c.1950. British Journal for the History of Science (pp. 27-51). (/isis/citation/CBB324551810/) unapi

Article Owen Marshall (2022)
Un-silencing an Experimental Technique: Listening to the Electrical Penetration Graph. Science, Technology and Human Values (pp. 1011-1032). (/isis/citation/CBB827332902/) unapi

Article C. Martín Albaladejo; F. Carmona Vivar (2021)
Sixth International Congress of Entomology, Madrid (1935): Politics and Science. Archives of Natural History (pp. 281-297). (/isis/citation/CBB081233858/) unapi

Article Matthew Evenden (2021)
Stowaway Beetles: Carl Lindroth, the Ballast Theory, and Transatlantic Science in the Cold War. Environmental History (pp. 508-532). (/isis/citation/CBB028448046/) unapi

Article Jesse Olszynko-Gryn (2021)
Filming Fly Eggs: Time-Lapse Cinematography as an Intermedial Practice. Isis: International Review Devoted to the History of Science and Its Cultural Influences (pp. 307-314). (/isis/citation/CBB814333734/) unapi

Article Ina Linge (2021)
The Potency of the Butterfly: The Reception of Richard B. Goldschmidt’s Animal Experiments in German Sexology Around 1920. History of the Human Sciences (pp. 40-70). (/isis/citation/CBB132149292/) unapi

Thesis Kelle Dhein (2021)
The Meaning of Meaning in Insect Navigation Research. (/isis/citation/CBB695035980/) unapi

Article Deborah R. Coen (2021)
The Experimental Multispecies Household. Historical Studies in the Natural Sciences (pp. 330-378). (/isis/citation/CBB201138164/) unapi

Article Dominik Hünniger (2021)
Visible Labour? Productive Forces and Imaginaries of Participation in European Insect Studies, ca. 1680–1810. Berichte zur Wissenschaftsgeschichte (pp. 180-210). (/isis/citation/CBB509322382/) unapi

Book Kay Etheridge (2020)
The Flowering of Ecology: Maria Sibylla Merian’s Caterpillar Book. (/isis/citation/CBB477782885/) unapi

Article Jennie L Durant (October 2020)
Ignorance loops: How non-knowledge about bee-toxic agrochemicals is iteratively produced. Social Studies of Science (pp. 751-777). (/isis/citation/CBB459611870/) unapi

Article Emily Simpson (2020)
Ant Mazes and Astronomy: Harlow Shapley's Entomological Experiments at Mount Wilson Observatory and Pasadena, California. Notes and Records: The Royal Society Journal of the History of Science (pp. 207-221). (/isis/citation/CBB451209861/) unapi

Article Richard I. Vane-Wright (2020)
James Petiver's 1717 Papilionum Britanniae: An Analysis of the First Comprehensive Account of British Butterflies (Lepidoptera: Papilionoidea). Notes and Records: The Royal Society Journal of the History of Science (pp. 275-302). (/isis/citation/CBB770224520/) unapi


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