Literature online : E

  • -The conventional tubular case-  Charles Aubrey Ealand, Animal Ingenuity of To-Day, Philadelphie, J.B. Lippincott Company, 1921, p. 80-82.
  • The case whatever its design-  Charles Aubrey Ealand, Insect Life, Londres, A. & C. Black, 1921, p. 135. 
  • -Taolor-  Fred Eastman, The Open Book of wild life: an introduction to nature study, Londres, A. & C. Black, 1941, p. 58-60.
  • -Even the gravel is alive-  Rosemary Eastman, The kingfisher, Londres, Collins, 1969.
  • Why was this ?-  N.S. EastonThe Swiss Cross : a monthly magazine of the Popular Sciences, vol. 3-5, New York,  Juin, Hodges, 1888, p.191.
  • -Neat and decorative-  Dorothea Eastwood, River Diary, Boston, Houghton, Mifflin, 1950, p. 75
  • -Symmetrical log-cabin pattern-  Samuel Eddy & James Campbell Underhill, Northern fishes with special reference to the Upper Mississipi Valley, University of Minnesota Press, 1974.
  • Martiens-  Jean Pierre Eeckhoudt VandenCes martiens de chez nous, les insectes, Édition Art et Voyage, Paris, Lucien de Meyer, 1965.
  • The result of its labor-  Otto Eggeling & Frederik Ehrenberg, The Freshwater aquarium and Its Inhabitants, A Guide for the Amateur Aquarist, New York, Henry Holt & Co., 1912, p. 298-299.
  • More than a hundred of these shells-  Henry Eley, Geology in the Garden; or the Fossils in the Flint Pebbles, Londres, Bell & Daldy, 1859, p. 137-138.
  • -I have observed-  William Ellis, Agriculture Improved: or the Practice of Hudbandry, Londres, T. Osborne, 1746, p. 72.
  • -An irresistible bait-  F.O’B. Ellison, « Insect life », Hampstead Heath: its Geology and Natural History, Londres, Leipsic, 1913, p. 252.
  • Planche 105-  Herbert Engel & Erich Kramer, Insectes d’Europe & Arachnides et Myriapodes, Paris, Société Française du Livre, 1960.
  • -The disguise availed it nothing-   Douglas English, Wee Tim’rous Beasties Studies of Animal life and Character, Londres, S.H. Bousfield & Co., 1903.
  • -I think it’s a diamond-  Elizabeth EnrightThe Four-Story Mistake,Ill. de l’auteurNew York, Dell Publishing, 1942, p. 143-158.
  • -The philosopher’s stone !-  Elizabeth EnrightGone-away Lake, New York, Harcourt, Brace  & Co., 1957.
  • Decoration lost all structural meaning-  Colin Metcalfe Enriquez,  A Burmese Wonderland: a Tale of  Travel in Lower and Upper Buma, Calcutta, Thacker, Spink & Co., 1922.
  • -On peut récolter de curieux petits bâtons-   Jacques Escalier, L’homme et la nature, Biologie 5°, Paris, Fernand Nathan, 1978. 
  • Camouflage and protecting-  E.O. EssigInsects of Western North America, New York, The MacMillan Company, 1926, p. 172-173.
  • Definitive pattern-  E.O. Essig, College Entomology, New York, The MacMillan Company, 1942, p. 407.
  • -Each species-  Vlad EvanoffNatural Fresh Water Fishing Baits, New York, A. S. Barnes and Company, 1952, p. 55-56.
  • -A good exemple-   Howard E. Evans, Insect Biology, a Textbook of Entomology, Reading (MA) , Addison Wesley, 1984, p. 179.
  • -Genetic instructions- Peter Evans & Geoff DeehanThe Descent of mind : The Nature and Purpose of Intelligence, LondresGrafton, 1990, p. 139.
  • -Life encased- Fred  Everett, PresentingFun with Trout, Ill. Fred Everett, Harrisburg (Pa), The Stackpole, 1952.
  • -In queer little stone house-  Barton Warren Evermann, « Nerka, the Blueback Salmon », The world to-day: a monthly record of human progress,  vol. 3, 1902, p. 2222.
  • Victorians, fairy tales and felinity-   Juliana Horatia EwingBenjy in Beastland, Boston, Little Brown & Company, 1870.
  • What is it Molly, What have you found ?- Juliana Horatia EwingWeek spent in a glass pond, Illustrations de R. André, Londres, Wells Gardner, Darton & Co., 1882.