William Noye (entomologist)

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William Noye
Born1814
Paul, Cornwall
Died1872
Australia
NationalityBritish
Known forEntomology

William Noye (1814 – 1 November 1872) was born at Paul near Penzance, Cornwall and died in Australia. He was an amateur entomologist and his paper on insects found in the Land's End district was the first published account of the Cornish Lepidoptera.[1]

List of publications[edit]

  1. Noye, W. (1846) "List of Insects (Lepidoptera) found in the district of the Land's End". Transactions of the Natural History and Antiquarian Society of Penzance. 1: 90–94.
  2. Noye, W. (1846) "Observations on the Death's-head Moth (Acherontia atropos)". Transactions of the Natural History and Antiquarian Society of Penzance. 1: 122.
  3. Noye, W. (1846) "Capture of Acherontia atropos at Land's End 28.4.1846". Zoologist. 4: 1345.
  4. Noye, W. (1847) "Lists of Insects (Lepidoptera) found in the district of the Land's End". Transactions of the Natural History and Antiquarian Society of Penzance. 1: 164–168.
  5. Noye, W. (1848) "Lists of Insects (Lepidoptera) found in the district of the Land's End". Transactions of the Natural History and Antiquarian Society of Penzance. 1: 203–210.

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References[edit]

  1. ^ F H N Smith (1997). The Moths and Butterflies of Cornwall and The Isles of Scilly. Wallingford: Gem Publishing Company.

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