0 99 + plates pages; 10" x 12" Samuel Hubbard Scudder (1837-1911) , an entomologist and paleontologist who studied at Williams College and Harvard University, is one of the first paleontologists to specialize in insects. His research was highly productive, and between 1858 and 1902 he published 791 works on biology and paleobiogeography, ontogenesis of insect behavior, phylogeny, insect sounds, palichnology, evolution, insect biology, and economic entomology. - 2 title pages. First three leaves of heavy paper are cracked close to the binding. Color plates in back.