The Problem of Lobster Culture.

Providence: n.p., undated [circa 1900s].

Octavo, unpaginated [11 pages]. Three halftone plates. Essay on the efforts to hatch & raise lobster fry by H.C. Bumpus and the Commission of Inland Fisheries of Rhode Island. Albert Davis Mead (1869-1946) was professor of biology and vice-president of Brown University and his research was devoted to the study of the development of worms, clams, and lobsters. Mead developed a method of raising young lobsters through their early precarious life. In gray wrappers with chip and some splitting to fold and some discoloration, otherwise very good. [OCLC locates 2 copies, both at Harvard].

Price: $30.00

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