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" With regard to their geographical distribution, they do not appear to be confined to any particular part of Europe, and they have been found in the north of Africa, the north and west of Asia, and in some parts of America. "
A history of infusoria, living and fossil, arranged according to 'Die ... - Page 72
by Andrew Pritchard - 1842
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A General History of Animalcules, Including Their Appearances and Localities ...

Andrew Pritchard - Infusoria, Fossil - 1843 - 83 pages
...generally disposed longitudinally within the body of the animalcules. Sometimes these little bodies are attached to the two sexual glands (Hydatina). Dr....north and west of Asia, and in Carolina in America. A LIST THE INFUSORIA DESCRIBED IN PART II. SHOWING THE ORDEH OP ARRANGEMENT OF THE SEVERAL FAMILIES,...
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The Eclectic Magazine of Foreign Literature, Science, and Art, Volume 9

Language Arts & Disciplines - 1846
...are known to inhabit the cells of mosses and algae. With regard to their geographical distribution, they do not appear to be confined to any particular...north of Africa, the north and west of Asia, and in some parts of America. With regard to their structure and organization, the observations of microscopists...
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The Eclectic Magazine: Foreign Literature, Volume 9

John Holmes Agnew, Walter Hilliard Bidwell - 1846
...are known to inhabit the cells of mosses and alga?. With regard to their geographical distribution, they do not appear to be confined to any particular...north of Africa, the north and west of Asia, and in some pa.rts of America. With regard to their structure and organization, the observations of microscopists...
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Philosophical Magazine

Science - 1828
...almost exclusively in the calcareo-bituminous schist, which is subordinate to the middle group of 3. They do not appear to be confined to any particular part of it, but were found in various localities, some in the lowest and others in the highest part of the...
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