Notes on Insect Occurrences on the Mississippi Gulf Coast and Offshore Islands
Dr. Gordon Gunter (1970) has written that, through the work of Dr. E. A. Richmond, “. . . The species of living organisms of Horn Island are better recorded than those of any large island on the South Atlantic and Gulf Coast.” It is to be hoped that Dr. Richmond’s work will inspire others to contribute much more to the knowledge of the fauna and flora of the Gulf Coast and its offshore islands. I give here a few notes to place some of Dr. Richmond’s work in context, to recognize work by others, and to indicate the paucity of the data.
Notes on Insect Occurrences on the Mississippi Gulf Coast and Offshore Islands.
Gulf Research Reports
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