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George Samouelle (1790–1846), British entomologist (Lepidoptera).
- Samouelle, G., 1819: The entomologists' useful compendium; or an introduction to the knowledge of British Insects, comprising the best means of obtaining and preserving them, and a description of the apparatus generally used; together with the genera of Linné, and modern methods of arranging the Classes Crustacea, Myriapoda, spiders, mites and insects, from their affinities and structure, according to the views of Dr. Leach. Also an explanation of the terms used in entomology; a calendar of the times of appearance and usual situations of near 3,000 species of British Insects; with instructions for collecting and fitting up objects for the microscope. Thomas Boys, London, 496 pp., 12 pls. BHL
- Samouelle, G., 1832. The entomological cabinet; being a natural history of British insects. With plates illustrative of the principal families and genera. 1: i-xii, 72 pls. with legends. Samouelle, London.