Article ID: CBB001231387

Charles W. Peach and Darwin's Barnacles (2010)


Description As a coastguard in the Customs Service, Charles Peach collected barnacles and sent them to Darwin.

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Authors & Contributors
Bregman, Leigh Davin
Nowak-kemp, Malgosia B.
Lowe, M. W.
et al.
Randall, Robert
Endersby, Jim
Archives of Natural History
Archives Internationales d'Histoire des Sciences
Victorian Studies
Journal of the History of Collections
Early American Studies
Berichte zur Wissenschaftsgeschichte
Manchester University Press
Oxford University Press
Berghahn Books
University of Virginia Press
Palgrave Macmillan
Tectum Verlag
Natural history
Collectors and collecting
Darwin, Charles Robert
Hooker, Joseph Dalton
Wellcome, Henry Solomon
Blaschka, Leopold
Gosse, Philip Henry
Daglish, Eric Fitch
Time Periods
19th century
20th century, early
18th century
20th century
16th century
17th century
Great Britain
South Africa
Bath (England)
Atlantic world
Atlantic Ocean
Oxford University
Cambridge University
Hunterian Museum (London)

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