My thanks go, especially, to Daryl Garton, for considerable assistance in assembling the illustrations and for criticising drafts of the scripts; to Johnny Horn, for discussion of Dinorben's dating; to Ken Murphy, for easing access to several publications that otherwise fell beyond my reach, as well as providing criticisms of my critique, and showing admirable forbearance in the face of repeated delays; and to those representatives of the several copyright-holders (as named in the figure captions) who facilitated reproduction here of illustrations originally published elsewhere.


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