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Bibliography from 1991 to 2004

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  • "Arrangement of sperm within the spermatheca of fleas, with remarks on sperm displacement"
    In: Biological Journal of the Linnean Society vol. 43, no. 4, 1991: pp.313-323
  • Butterfly cooing like a dove
    London: Doubleday, 1991. xv, 215pp.
    Colour plates

    An anthology of literature and art inspired by winged creatures, framed within autobiographical passages.
    RAL

  • "Is the viceroy a Batesian mimic?"
    In: Nature (London) vol. 355, 1991. pp 611-612
  • "Egg protection by the Atala Hairstreak butterfly (Eumaeus atala florida)"
    In: Phytochemistry vol. 31, no. 6, June 1992: pp. 1959-1960
  • Meadows: a history and natural history
    Stroud: Sutton, 1992. xviii, 205pp.
    John Feltwell with a preface by Miriam Rothschild
  • "Neosomy in fleas, and the sessile life-style"
    In: Journal of Zoology (London) vol. 226, no. 4,1992: pp. 613-629
  • "The book that most..."
    In: Biologist April 1992 [2pp.]

    The influential book is Life: a book for elementary students by Arthur Shipley (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1923).

  • "The return of the silver-washed fritillary (Argynnis paphia) to Ashton Wold"
    In: Antenna: Bulletin of the Royal Entomological Society (London) vol. 16, no. 4, 1992. p.134
  • The Western Palaearctic Zygaenidae (Lepidoptera)
    Clas Naumann, G. M. Tarmann and W.G. Tremewan, with a foreword by Miriam Rothschild
    Stenstrup, Denmark: Apollo, 1992. Foreword pp.7-9
  • "Calystegines in Solanum and Datura species and the death's-head hawk-moth (Acherontia atropus)"
    In: Phytochemistry vol. 34, no. 5, November 1993: pp. 1281-1283
    With R.J. Nash, E.A. Porter, A.A. Watson, R.D. Waigh and P.G. Waterman
  • "Flowering hayfields"
    In: Butterfly Conservation News no. 53, 1993: pp. 38-39
  • "Phytochemical selection of aposematic insects"
    In: Phytochemistry vol. 33, no. 5, July 1993. p. 1037
  • "Thinking about animal consciousness"
    In: Journal of Natural History vol. 27, no. 3, May-June 1993: pp. 509-512
  • "A cyanoglucoside, sarmentosin, from the magpie moth, Abraxas grossulariata, geometridae: Lepidoptera"
    In: Phytochemistry vol. 36, no. 1, May 1994: pp. 37-38
    With Rosemary Mummery and Ritsuo Nishida
  • A diversity of birds
    George Stebbing-Allen. Illustrated by by Martin Woodcock and Stephen Lings and with an introduction by Miriam Rothschild
    Oxford: Umberleigh Press, an imprint of Headstart History, 1994
  • "The Rothschilds and the original E.E.C."
    In: Apollo April 1994: pp. 7-13
  • "The Rothschilds and the original EEC: family reflections. I: the men"
    In: Georg Heuberger (eds.) The Rothschilds: essays on the history of a European family Woodbridge: Boydell & Brewer, 1994: pp. 147-153
    RAL
  • "The silent members of the first EEC: family reflections. I: the women"
    In: Georg Heuberger (eds.) The Rothschilds: essays on the history of a European family Woodbridge: Boydell & Brewer, 1994: pp. 155-164
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  • "Watch the green-veined white?"
    In: Antenna: Bulletin of the Royal Entomological Society (London) vol. 18, no. 2, April 1994: pp. 70-72
  • "Oviposition by butterflies on young leaves: investigation of leaf volatiles"
    In: Chemoecology vols. 5-6, nos. 3-4, 1994-1995: pp.147-158
    With Carl Bergström, Inga Groth and Cathy Crighton
    From: 'Use and misuse of plant secondary compounds by insects'. Papers of a seminar by the Jean-Marie Delwart Foundation honouring the work of Dr Miriam Rothschild.
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  • "After Louvain: thinking about chemical ecology"
    In: Chemoecology vols. 5-6, nos. 3-4, 1994-1995: pp.191-193
    From: 'Use and misuse of plant secondary compounds by insects'. Papers of a seminar by the Jean-Marie Delwart Foundation honouring the work of Dr Miriam Rothschild.
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  • "A cyanoglucoside stored by a Sedum-feeding apollo butterfly, Parnassius phoebus"
    In: Experientia (Basel) vol. 51, no. 3, 1995: pp. 267-269
    With Ritsuo Nishida
  • "Man and monarchs"
    In: Antenna: Bulletin of the Royal Entomological Society (London) vol. 19, no. 2, April 1995: pp. 53-59
  • "Wild garden"
    In: House and Garden April 1996: pp.122-127
  • The Rothschild gardens
    London: Gaia Books, 1996. viii, 190pp.
    With Lionel de Rothschild and Kate Garton and photographs by Andrew Lawson
    Translated as Les Jardins Rothschild by Florence Austin. Paris: Abbeville, 1997. viii,190pp.

    Highly illustrated description of the many Rothschild gardens and gardeners, past and present, in England, Israel, France, Austria and Switzerland.
    RAL

  • "Robert Traub"
    In: Antenna: Bulletin of the Royal Entomological Society (London) vol. 21, no. 2, 1997: pp.53-54
  • Rothschild's reserves: time and fragile nature
    Colchester; Rehovot: Harley Books; Balaban Publishers, 1997. xv, 242pp.
    With Peter Marren
    Photographs and maps

    Describes the work of Nathaniel Charles Rothschild to identify potential nature reserves in the United Kingdom. The fate of the sites, since Charles Rothschild first presented his list to the government in 1915, is described, as is the concomitant loss of species.
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  • "The monarch butterfly caterpillar (Danaus plexippus) waves at passing Hymenoptera and jet aircraft: are repellent volatiles released simultaneously?"
    In: Phytochemistry vol. 47, no. 6, July 1997: pp. 1139-1144
    With Gunnar Bergström
  • "Discovering details" In: Wings vol. 20, no.2, Fall 1997: pp.13-18
  • Isaiah Berlin
    n.p.: [the author], 1998. [16pp.]
    Two thousand copies produced by Simon Rendall for the John Foster Memorial Trust.

    A brief memoir of Isaiah Berlin during his days as an Oxford undergraduate, a contemporary and friend of the author.
    RAL

  • "Robert Traub (1916-1996)"
    In: Journal of Medical Entomology vol. 35, no. 4, July 1998: pp.346-353
    With L.A. Durden, R.Robbins, A. Azad, C. Hopla, and P. Johnson
  • Sir John Foster and the Jews
    n.p.: [the author], 1998. 21pp.
    Two thousand copies produced by Simon Rendall for the John Foster Memorial Trust.

    The pamphlet describes the work of Sir John Foster, a British barrister, to secure the rights of European Jews who had survived the Holocaust.
    RAL

  • "I remember..."
    In: World Conservation nos.3-4, 1998: [p.7]

    About the first post-second world war conference for international conservation.

  • Bioplanning: a north temperate garden
    Kingston, Ontario: Quarry Books, 1999.
    Diana Beresford-Kroeger, with a foreword by Miriam Rothschild. Photographs by Christian Kroeger
    Subsequent edition published as A garden for life: the natural approach to designing, planting, and maintaining a north temperate garden (Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press, 2004. 257pp.)
  • "A bird flea new to Britain"
    In: Whole Earth Fall 2000.
    http://www.findarticles.com/cf_0/m0GER/2000_Fall/66240365/p1/article.jhtml
  • Clementine von Rothschild: 1845-1865: full of talent and grace. Zum 125-jaehrigen Bestehen des Clementine-Kinderhospitals
    Frankfurt: Clementine Kinderhospital Dr. Christ'sche Stiftung, 2000. 112pp.
    Foreword by Miriam Rothschild [p.9]
  • English plants for your garden
    London: Frances Lincoln, 2000. 175pp.
    Jill Duchess of Hamilton with Penny Hart and John Simmons and a foreword by Miriam Rothschild. Photographs by Donald Berwick
  • "Homage to Wendell Krull"
    In: S.A.Ewing (ed.) Wendell Krull: trematodes and naturalists Stillwater OK: Oklahoma State University, [2001]: pp. 27-34

    A personal appreciation of Wendell Krull, a veterinary scientist who solved a number of puzzles about the life cycles of parasitic trematodes.
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  • "The odour of pyrazine increases the egg mass of domestic chickens (Gallus gallus domesticus L.)"
    With Anat Barnea
    In: Journal of Zoology no. 257, 2002: pp.411-416
  • Making a wildflower meadow
    London: Frances Lincoln, 2003. 160pp.
    Pam Lewis with a preface by Miriam Rothschild
  • Insect and bird interactions
    Andover: Intercept, 2004. Edited by Miriam Rothschild and Helmut Van Emden


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