Biodiversity Heritage Library
Handbook of the collection illustrative of the wild silks of India, in the Indian section of the South Kensington Museum, with a catalogue of the collection and numerous illustrations. By Thomas Wardle.
By: Wardle, Thomas, - South Kensington Museum
Publication info: London,Printed by G.E. Eyre and W. Spottiswoode, for H.M. Stationery Off.,1881.
Contributed by: Smithsonian Libraries
Subjects: India Silk Silkworms
The history of silk, cotton, linen, wool, and other fibrous substances: including observations on spinning, dyeing and weaving. Also an account of the pastoral life of the ancients, their social state and attainments in the domestic arts, with appendices on Pliny's Natural history; on the origin and manufacture of linen and cotton paper; on felting, netting, &c deduced from copious and authentic sources.
By: Gilroy, Clinton G.
Publication info: New London, Conn.,C. M. Saxton;1853.
Contributed by: NCSU Libraries (archive.org)
Subjects: Agriculture Cotton Fibers History Linen Sericulture Sheep Silk Wool
Johannis Coleri De bombyce dissertatio.
By: Colerus, Johannes. - Karger, Friedrich, - Tribbechow, Adam,
Publication info: Giessae Hassorum [i.e. Giessen] :Typis & sumptibus Friderici Kargeri,anno aerae Christ. 1665.
Contributed by: Research Library, The Getty Research Institute (archive.org)
Subjects: 17th century Dissertations Early works to 1800 Germany Silk Silkworms
On the entomology and uses of silk : with a list of the families, genera, and species of silk producers known up to the present date.
By: Wardle, Thomas,
Publication info: Newcastle-under-Tyme :G. T. Bagguley, Printer,[between 1880 and 1900]
Contributed by: Claire T. Carney Library, UMass Dartmouth (archive.org)
Subjects: Silk Silkworms
The silk industry of Japan, by I. Honda, director of the Imperial Tokyo sericultural institute.
By: Honda, Iwajiro,
Publication info: Tokyo :The Imperial Tokyo sericultural institute,1909.
Contributed by: University of British Columbia Library (archive.org)
Subjects: Japan Sericulture Silk
A redescription of the leggiest animal, the millipede Illacme plenipes, with notes on its natural history and biogeography (Diplopoda, Siphonophorida, Siphonorhinidae)
By: Marek, Paul - Shear, William - Bond, Jason
Page Range: 77-112
Publication info: Pensoft Publishers 2012
Subjects: burrowing California Floristic Province Conservation endemic Gabilan Range paleoendemic Salinas Valley San Benito County Sandstone Silicon Valley Silk
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Silk use and spiderling behavior in the tarantula Brachypelma vagans (Araneae: Theraphosidae)
By: DOR,Ariane - HÉNAUT,Yann
In: Acta zoológica mexicana
Subjects: Aggressiveness Brachypelma vagans sibling Silk Spiderlings
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