Richard Henry MEADE - papers on Opiliones
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Richard Henry MEADE
Died: 23.12.1899 in Bradford, England
BIOGRAPHY: He was a surgeon, and for twenty years a Justice of the Peace. He wrote chiefly on Muscidae. [Anonym 1900: Obituary [Meade, R. H.] - Ent. News 11 412]
Anonym 1900: [Meade, R. H.] - Misc. Entomol. 8 70
Evenhuis, N. L. 1997: Litteratura taxonomica dipterorum (1758-1930). Volume 1 (A-K); Volume 2 (L-Z). - Leiden, Backhuys Publishers 1; 2 VII+1-426; 427-871
Mik, J. 1900: [Meade, R. H.] - Wien. ent. Ztg. 19 88
Verrall, G. H. 1899: [Meade, R. H.] - Trans. Ent. Soc. London , London 
Br Med J. 1899 December 30; 2(2035): 1817–1818.
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|Meade, R.H. (1855) Monograph on the British Species of Phalangiidae or Harvest-men. Annals and Magazine of Natural History, ser. 2, 15(90), 393–416, pls. 10, 11.|
|Meade, R.H. (1861) Supplement to a monograph on the British species of Phalangiidae, or harvest-man. Annals and Magazine of Natural History, series 3, 7(42), 353–354.|
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