Osbert Salvin

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Osbert Salvin

Osbert Salvin (born 1835 in Finchley, died June 1, 1898 in Fernhurst, Sussex), English entomologist and ornithologist. Much work in collaboration with Frederick DuCane Godman and Philip Lutley Sclater.

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  • Godman, F. & Salvin, O., [1890]. in Jameson, J.S. The Story of the Rear Column (Nat. Hist. Appendix, Entomology, Lepidoptera, Rhopalocera): 426–445. U.S. Book Co., N.Y. BHL. Reference page

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  • Godman, F. & Salvin, O., 1891. In E. Whymper Supplementary appendix to travels amongst the great Andes of the Equator: 96-110. John Murray, London. 147pp, 40 figs, 15 pls. BHL. Reference page

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  • Godman, F. & Salvin, O., 1896. On the Butterflies of St. Vincent, Grenada and the adjoining Islands of the West Indies. Proceedings of the zoological Society, London 1896(2): 513–520. BHL Reference page

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