Journal of the Lepidopterists' Society
One of the things that makes curators of entomological collections most unhappy is the receipt of specimens with inadequate or otherwise poor field data. At the time and place of collection, specimens must be somehow pre-served and stored for transportation to the laboratory, and it is imperative that, whatever the method of such temporary storage, the minimum essential information regarding collection be inseparably attached to the specimens.
Byers, George W., "A Rapid Method for Making Temporary Insect Labels in the Field" (1959). Bu. Paper 74.
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