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Article Bruno A. Martinho; António Manuel Lopes Andrade (2022)
In Search of the Unicorn’s Virtue in a Rhino Horn Cup: Consumption of Rhino Horns and the Production of Knowledge in Early Modern Lisbon. Early Science and Medicine: A Journal for the Study of Science, Technology and Medicine in the Pre-modern Period (pp. 572-600). (/isis/citation/CBB301029806/) unapi

Article Marianna Szczygielska (2022)
Undoing Extinction: The Role of Zoos in Breeding Back the Tarpan Wild Horse, 1922–1945. Centaurus: International Magazine of the History of Mathematics, Science, and Technology (pp. 729-750). (/isis/citation/CBB178294700/) unapi

Article Helen Cowie (2022)
A Tale of Two Anteaters: Madrid 1776 and London 1853. Centaurus: International Magazine of the History of Mathematics, Science, and Technology (pp. 591-614). (/isis/citation/CBB322544541/) unapi

Article Eleanor Larsson (2022)
“Here They Are in Flesh and Feather”: Walter Rothschild's “Private Zoo” and the Preparation and Taxonomic Study of Cassowaries. Centaurus: International Magazine of the History of Mathematics, Science, and Technology (pp. 659-682). (/isis/citation/CBB700169968/) 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 André Breves; Gilberto Pereira; M. Teresa Girão Da Cruz (2022)
António da Costa Paiva (Barão de Castelo de Paiva) (1806–1879): His malacological collection from Madeira in Universidade de Coimbra, Portugal. Archives of Natural History (pp. 311-318). (/isis/citation/CBB806572266/) unapi

Article Jarmila Skružná; Adéla Pokorná; Sylva Dobalová; et al. (2022)
Hortus siccus (1595) of Johann Brehe of Überlingen from the Broumov Benedictine monastery, Czech Republic, re-discovered. Archives of Natural History (pp. 319-340). (/isis/citation/CBB401098403/) unapi

Article Matthew Fishburn (2022)
Dwarf emus from Baudin's voyage (1800–1804): An overlooked engraving by Nicolas Huet (1770–1830). Archives of Natural History (pp. 285-297). (/isis/citation/CBB934796083/) unapi

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Could Siberian ‘Natural Curiosities’ Be Replaced? Bioprospecting in the Eighteenth-Century. Early Science and Medicine: A Journal for the Study of Science, Technology and Medicine in the Pre-modern Period (pp. 257-277). (/isis/citation/CBB410787740/) unapi

Book Barbara Coffin; Don Luce; Lansing Shepard; et al. (2022)
A Natural Curiosity: The Story of the Bell Museum. (/isis/citation/CBB594027695/) unapi

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The Golden Age (1862–1910) of the Zoological Section of the Museu Nacional de Lisboa (National Museum of Lisbon), Portugal. Archives of Natural History (pp. 160-174). (/isis/citation/CBB421366032/) unapi

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Giant tortoises collected from Charles Island (Isla Floreana), Galápagos, during the voyage of USS Potomac, 1831–1834. Archives of Natural History (pp. 86-101). (/isis/citation/CBB593347387/) unapi

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Picturing Seeds of Poppies: Microscopes, Specimens, and Representation in Seventeenth-Century English Botany. Nuncius: Annali di Storia della Scienza (pp. 346-373). (/isis/citation/CBB716432452/) unapi

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The ‘Stronsay Beast’: Testimony, evidence and authority in early nineteenth-century natural history. Notes and Records: The Royal Society Journal of the History of Science (pp. 471-494). (/isis/citation/CBB791076306/) unapi

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Corrigendum to: John Dallachy (1804–71): from gardener to botanical collector. Historical Records of Australian Science (pp. 96-96). (/isis/citation/CBB184166465/) unapi

Article Victoria Dickenson (2021)
‘Obliging and curious’: Taylor White (1701–1772) and his remarkable collections. Notes and Records: The Royal Society Journal of the History of Science (pp. 515-541). (/isis/citation/CBB107547187/) unapi

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Iconotypes: A Compendium of Butterflies and Moths, Jones' Icones Complete. (/isis/citation/CBB318892632/) unapi

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The Doctor's Garden: Medicine, Science, and Horticulture in Britain. (/isis/citation/CBB723033254/) unapi

Article S. G. Sealy (2021)
Hamilton Mack Laing's specimen of a whooping crane, Grus americana. Archives of Natural History (pp. 205-214). (/isis/citation/CBB842105374/) unapi

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Zoological specimens from the Franco-Tuscan expedition to Egypt (1828–1829) in Museo di Storia Naturale dell’Università di Pisa. Archives of Natural History (pp. 337-345). (/isis/citation/CBB424922191/) unapi

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