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Johannis Matthaei Barthii, Ratisb. V.D.M. : De culice dissertatio
Bib ID 1541378
Format BookBook
Author
Barth, Johann Matthaeus, 1751
 
Description Ratisbonae : sumtibus Joh. Leopold Montag, 1737 
4o (64) p. : 2 fold. plates ; 21 cm. 
Notes

From the collection of Elwood C. Zimmerman.

Title ornament.

Subjects Mosquitoes.
Also Titled

De culice dissertatio

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