Proceedings of the Boston Society of Natural History, Volume 34 (Google eBook)

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Boston Society of Natural History., 1912 - Natural history
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Page 305 - Personal narrative of travels to the equinoctial region of the new continent, during the years 1799-1804, translated by Helen M.
Page 612 - Synopsis of the Marine Invertebrata of Grand Manan : or the region about the mouth of the Bay of Fundy, New Brunswick.
Page 307 - World's Columbian Exposition at Chicago. The United States of Venezuela in 1893.
Page 614 - Results of the Explorations made by the steamer Albatross off the Northern Coast of the United States in 1883.
Page 323 - On the limpets; with special reference to the species of the west coast of America, and to a more natural classification of the group. Am.
Page 401 - The cloacal openings are few in number and irregularly placed, except in small specimens, which usually have but one large central opening. The animals are much smaller and more numerous than in the preceding species, often forming somewhat circular groups of six or eight individuals around the cloacal openings .; outside of the circular groups they are usually irregularly scattered, but sometimes form linear series of eight or ten, and in young specimens with but one central opening they often form...
Page 55 - ... which directly underlies a section of thin-bedded chert, weathering reddish-brown. About 300 yards upstream from the ford at the Falls of the Pedernales, fossils were collected from a bed of Productus limestone, outcropping near the base of the bluffs on the south side of the river. This collection was submitted to Dr. George H. Girty of the United States Geological Survey, who reported as follows:5 The collections appear to be two in number, one from Cypress Mill Post Office, the other from...
Page 614 - Report on further deep-sea dredging operations in the Gulf of St. Lawrence, with notes on the present condition of the marine fisheries and oyster beds of part of that region. Ann. Rep. Dept. Mar. Fish.. 1873: app. U, 178-204 (Canada, Sess. Pap. (4)). WHITEAVES, JF, 1874b. On recent deep-sea dredging operations in the Gulf of St. Lawrence.
Page 305 - Vom tropischen Tieflande zum ewigen Schnee. Eine malerische Schilderung des schonsten Tropenlandes.
Page 113 - Catalogue of Marine Mollusca added to the Fauna of the New England Region during the past Ten Years. Trans. Conn. Acad. Arts and Sci., vol.

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