ACADIAN NATURALIST, Bulletin of the Natural History Society of New Brunswick, New Series, Vol. 1 No.4, November/Nov. 1944

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Contains articles on the spread of the beech scale (an insect introduced into the Maritimes), a list of flora introduced into the neighbourhood of Windsor, N.S., the birds found on a small area of Fredericton, N.B., the use of Fucus Vesiculosis and Fucus Nodosus as fertilizer, a Japanese beetle outbreak in Halifax, Part III of a 4-part series on New Brunswick's moss flora, and more. Red wraps, pages 137-194, two in-text maps. Faded wraps, light general wear. Internally tight. Scarce.

Title: ACADIAN NATURALIST, Bulletin of the Natural History Society of New Brunswick, New Series, Vol. 1 No.4, November/Nov. 1944

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Categories: Periodicals (magazines, digests, pulps), History, Animals, Non-fiction,

Publisher: Fredericton, University of New Brunswick for the Natural History Society of New Brunswick: 1944

Binding: Stiff Card Wraps

Book Condition: Very Good

Size: Octavo -- from 7.75" to 9.75" Tall

Seller ID: 018013

Keywords: L.S. Hawboldt, J.S. Erskine, R.F. Morris, W. Austin Squires, Richard C. Harlow, Herbert Habeeb, R.G. Webber, K.K. Langmaid, Louise Murphy, and R.P. Gorham, beech scale, insect, insects, flora, bird, birds, Fucus Vesiculosis, Fucus Nodosus, fertilizer, fer