Henry Walter Bates

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Henry Walter Bates

Henry Walter Bates (1825–1892), British naturalist (entomology) and the first to give scientific account of mimicry in animals.

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  • Bates, H.W., 1867. On a Collection of Butterflies formed by Thomas Belt, Esq., in the interior of the Province of Maranham, Brazil. Transactions of the Entomological Society of London (3)5(7): 535-546. Reference page

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  • Bates, H.W. 1924: New genera and species of Callichrominae (Coleoptera, Longicornia). Cistula Entomologica 2: 395–419. Reference page

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  • Bates, H.W. 1892. Coleoptera. Pp. 7–39 in: Supplementary appendix to travels amongst the Great Andes of the Equator by Edward Whymper with contributions by H.W. Bates. T.G. Bonney. G.A. Boulenger. Peter Cameron. F. Day. W.L. Distant. A.E. Eaton, F.D. Godman. H.S. Gorham. Martin Jacoby. E.J. Miers. A. Sidney Olliff. O. Salvin. David Sharp. T.R.R. Stebbing. Illustrated. John Murray, London. xxii + [1 (Addenda)] + 147 pp. + 14 pls. BHL

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