Review of Reviews,  11 (1895), 138.

Science Catalogues. A Universal Zoological Record




Publications abstracted:

Natural Science


Zoology, Periodicals, Publishing, Science Communication

    Gives details of a new and 'very extensive scheme to be started in this country by Dr. H. H. Field' in which 'slips and extracts' from zoological periodicals will collected by correspondents from across the world and 'sent in to the Central Bureau, and it is proposed to issue both the slips and the Record in parts, according to the various subjects. This alone will give Dr. Field an advantage over the present Zoological Record, which is sold in one bulky and expensive volume, even to those who need only a few pages of it'.

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