Friedrick William Urich

Anthony de Verteuil

Abstract


Urich was a particularly outstanding example of the "born naturalist" a type which is all too rare these days. He was one of those students to whom scientific observation of living things is second nature and in his own subject, he certainly had an infinite capacity for taking pains. No group of animals ever seems to have been too insignificant to attract his attention with the result that his knowledge of species and of their modes of life was monumental.

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