Laurence Alfred Mound and his contributions to our knowledge of the Thysanoptera

@article{Funderburk2011LaurenceAM,
  title={Laurence Alfred Mound and his contributions to our knowledge of the Thysanoptera},
  author={J. Funderburk and M. Hoddle},
  journal={Zootaxa},
  year={2011},
  volume={2896},
  pages={9-36}
}
Laurence Alfred Mound became interested in taxonomy after two postgraduate periods at the British Museum of Natural History (now the Natural History Museum) in London where he discovered biological diversity and the endless variety of living things. While working in Nigeria and the Sudan, and studying variation in whitefly populations, he gained an appreciation for the great differences within species in behavior and morphology under varying environmental conditions. He was appointed to the… Expand
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