The Zoologist

The Zoologist

The Zoologist was a monthly natural history journal founded in 1843 and running until 1916, when it was merged with British Birds. Excerpted from The Zoologist on Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.

The Zoologist appeared in four series:[1]

  • First series: 1843 – 1865 ( vol. 1 – 23); edited by Edward Newman
  • Second series: 1866 – 1876 (vol. 1 – 10); edited by Edward Newman
The pages of the first and second series are, apart from prefaces, contents etc., continuously numbered: 1 to 5180. The issues are not numbered.
Starting with the 3rd series, the issues are continuously numbered, and page numbering restarts at every new volume.
The fourth series for some reason starts with issue no. 667, and is again continuously numbered, with page numbers restarting at every new volume.

First seriesEdit

The first series was edited by Edward Newman:

Second seriesEdit

The second series (1866–1876) was also edited by Edward Newman

  • Volume1 (1866)
  • Volume2 (1867)
  • Volume3 (1868)
  • Volume4 (1869)
  • Volume5 (1870)
  • Volume6 (1871)
  • Volume7 (1872)
  • Volume8 (1873)
  • Volume9 (1874)
  • Volume 10 (1875)
  • Volume 11 (1876)

Third seriesEdit

From 1877 to 1896 James Edmund Harting was editor of The Zoologist:

Fourth seriesEdit

From 1897 to 1914 William Lucas Distant was editor of The Zoologist:

FootnotesEdit

  1. For an overview of all issues, see this page in BHL.