Herbert Druce, FLS (14 July 1846, in London – 11 April 1913, in London) was an English entomologist. His collections were acquired by Frederick DuCane Godman (1834–1919), Osbert Salvin (1835–1898), and James John Joicey (1870–1932) before being bequeathed to the Natural History Museum, London. He is not to be confused with his son, the English entomologist Hamilton Herbert Druce (1869 – 21 June 1922), who also worked on Lepidoptera.
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Joicey, J. J.; Talbot, G., eds. (1924). The Bulletin of the Hill Museum: A Magazine of Lepidoptera. 1. London: John Bale, Sons and Danielsson Ltd. p. 3.
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