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date: 22 February 2020

Poulton, Sir Edward Bagnalllocked

  • G. D. H. Carpenter
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Poulton, Sir Edward Bagnall (1856–1943), zoologist, was born at Reading on 27 January 1856, the second child and only son of William Ford Poulton, architect, and his wife, Georgina Selina Bagnall. From a young age he showed a keen interest in natural history, and especially in entomology. However, such interests were not encouraged at ...

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