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10. LICHENS.

COLLECTOR
Name............
Address ..........

(A complete collection to be made, dried and preserved on cardboard, or preserved in spirit.)

II. FUNGI.

COLLECTOR.

Name............

Address ... .....................

(Some of the smaller kinds to be dried, others to be kept in

spirit.)

12. MOSSES.

COLLECTOR.

Name ...........

Address ............

(To be preserved dried, or kept in spirit.)

13. FERNS.

COLLECTOR
Name...........
Address .........

(A complete collection to be made of all species and varieties growing in the district. They may be dried on paper, and placed between layers of glass, or dried and placed in vases.)

14. GRASSES.

COLLECTOR.

Name.........

Address

(To be collected and dried between paper, or in vases; every grass in the district to be preserved.)

The several classes of plants should be preserved, one family taking one or more classes ; thus one family may take the Convolvulacea, another the Rosacea, a third the Umbellifera, &c. .

Specimens showing Monstrosities occurring in the

Vegetable Kingdom.

COLLECTOR.

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Specimens illustrating the Symmetry of the Vegetable

Kingdom.

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A Record of the earliest and latest Flowering Plants.

RECORDER.

Name..........

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A Collection of all the Wild Plants.

COLLECTOR

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(To be kept between paper.)

()—THE ANIMAL KINGDOM. INFUSORIA.

COLLECTOR.

Name..........
Address ......

(Any parishioner possessing a microscope will be able to collect various kinds of Infusoria, and preserve them in fluid.)

200PHYTES and POLYPES.

COLLECTOR

Name.....
Address ..........

(These may be collected from ponds and streams, and preserved in spirits, together with the plants to which they were attached.)

WORMS.

COLLECTOR.

Name............

Address .................

(Specimens of all kinds of worms to be preserved in spirit, also worms at different ages and stages; their homes to be also kept.)

INSECTS.

COLLECTOR.

Name..........

Address ...

(The different stages of the life of each insect to be shown, viz., the egg, grub, chrysalis, and perfect insect, and the leaves on which they live. Insects may be killed without pain by chlo. roform or burned laurel leaves.)

BEETLES (Coleoptera).

COLLECTOR.

Name ......

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Address ............

(The different kinds to be collected and dried, and pinned on cork or cardboard. They may be killed instantaneously by being immersed in boiling water.)

CRICKETS and LOCUSTS (Orthoptera).

COLLECTOR.

Name... ... ... ... ... ... .....
Address ............

(To be collected and preserved the same way as the Beetles; the softer ones to be killed by chloroform.)

DRAGON-FLIES, MAY-FLIES, &C. (Neuroptera).

COLLECTOR

Name... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... .......
Address .........

(To be collected and preserved the same way as the Beetles; to be killed by chloroform.)

BUTTERFLIES and MOTHS (Lepidoptera).

COLLECTOR

Name ..........

Address ............

(To be collected and preserved in the same way as the Beetles ; to be killed by chloroform, and carefully set up on cork.)

BEES, WASPS, and ANTS (Hymenoptera).

COLLECTOR.

Name....

Address ............

(Different specimens to be collected and preserved, and the nests also, showing the various stages of their formation.)

BOATFLIES and APHIDES (Hemiptera).

COLLECTOR.

Name .........

Address .......

(To be collected, pinned, or gummed on cardboard or cork.)

FLIES and GNATS (Diptera).

COLLECTOR.

Name............

Address ...........

(To be collected and pinned upon cardboard or cork.)

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