Alaska: Enchytræids (Google eBook)

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Doubleday, Page, 1910 - Alaska
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Page ii - ... descriptive of my researches in Cambrian Geology and Paleontology. Harriman Alaska Expedition. — Arrangements are being made by which the publication of the series of volumes on the results of the Harriman scientific expedition to Alaska in 1899 will be transferred to the Smithsonian Institution and the work will hereafter be known as the Harriman Alaska series of the Smithsonian Institution. The remainder of the edition of the 11 volumes privately printed, as well as volumes in preparation,...
Page 122 - No. 2 — Researches in American Oligochaeta, with Especial Reference to those of the Pacific Coast and Adjacent Islands. By Gustav Eisen, Ph. D 1.50 No.
Page 279 - Synopsis of the collections of invertebrate fossils made by the Princeton expedition to southern Patagonia.
Page 121 - Oligochaeta collected during the swedish expeditions to the arctic regions in the years 1870, 1875 and 1876; in: Svensk.
Page 280 - Beskrivelser og iagttagelser over nogle maerkelige eller nye i havet ved den Bergenske kyst levende dyr...
Page 84 - Basal plates depressed, anchylosed and form a pentagonal disc about two and a half times as wide as the diameter of the column.
Page 123 - August i, 1895. 1895 Notes on American Enchytraeidae. I. New Species of Fridericia from the Vicinity of Philadelphia. Proc. Acad. Nat. Sci.
Page 280 - Resultats scientifiques de la Campagne du "Caudan" dans le Golfe de Gascogne — AoOt— Septembre 1895 — . Ann.
Page 272 - Beschreibungen einiger von Georg Ritter von Frauenfeld gesammelter Anneliden und Gephyreen des rothen Meeres . Zool.-Bot.
Page 15 - ... which have been described as short and as immediately connecting with the intestine, in reality are greatly prolonged posteriorly. The part adjoining the diverticles is always narrow and closely approaches the intestine. This peculiarity causes it to tear readily and I am satisfied that such torn spermathecae have been considered as entire.

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