William Sharp Macleay

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William Sharp Macleay

William Sharp Macleay (1792–1865), British/Australian zoologist.

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1819[edit]

  • Macleay, W.S. 1819. Horae entomologicae: or essays on the annulose animals. Containing geneal observations on the geography, manners, and natural affinities of the Insects which compose the genus Scarabaeus of Linnaeus; to which are added a few incidental remarks on the genera Lucanus and Hister of the same author. With an appendix and plates. Vol. 1. Part 1. London: S. Bagster, xxx + [2] + 160 pp., 3 pls. BHL Reference page

1821[edit]

  • MacLeay W.S., 1821. Horae Entomologicae or Essays on the Annulose Animals.

1825[edit]

  • Macleay, W.S. 1825. Annulosa Javanica, or an attempt to illustrate the natural affinities and analogies of the insects collected in Java by Thomas Horsfield, M. D. F. L. & G. S. and deposited by him in the museum of the honourable East-India Company. No. 1. Kingsbury, Parbury & Allen. London. DOI: 10.5962/bhl.title.65151 BHL Reference page

1827[edit]

  • Macleay, W.S., [1827]. Annulosa, catalogue of insects, collected by Captain King...West Coast of Australia...1818-22. Vol.2 Appendix B: 438-469. Reference page

1834[edit]

1838[edit]

  • Macleay, W.S. 1838. On the Brachyurous Decapod Crustacea. Brought from the Cape by Dr. Smith. In: Smith, A. (ed.), Illustrations of the Zoology of South Africa; consisting chiefly of Figures and Descriptions of the Objects of Natural History Collected during an Expedition into the Interior of South Africa, in the Years 1834, 1835, and 1836; fitted out by “The Cape of Good Hope Association for Exploring Central Africa”. Published under the Authority of the Lords Commissioners of Her Majesty's Treasury, London, pp. i–iv + 53–71, Pls. 2, 3. BHL Reference page
  • Macleay, W.S. 1838. On a new species of Cerapterus. pp. 72–75. In: Macleay, W.S. Illustrations of the Annulosa of South Africa, being a portion of the objects of natural history chiefly collected during an expedition into the interior of South Africa, under the direction of Dr. Andrew Smith, in the years 1834, 1835, and 1836; fitted out by "The Cape of Good Hope association for exploring Central Africa". [Vol. 1 part 3]. London: Smith, Elder and Co. BHL Reference page
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