Out with a Jack-Knife [2/2]
Rev. J G Wood, ma fls, Author of "Illustrated Natural History," etc.
Essay, Instructions, Serial
Natural History, Entomology, Zoology, Animal Behaviour, Instruments
Describes the characteristics of some 'hidden animal life' to be found using a knife (22). These include wood-lice, spiders, various species of ant, gnats, beetles, and earwigs. The illustrations depict the soldier-ant, chambers of ants' nests, yellow ants' nests, a ground beetle, and a gnat alongside a caterpillar and chrysalis.
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