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" A cephalopodous ? molluscous animal provided with a fibrous spathose conical shell, divided by transverse concave septa into separate cells or chambers connected by a siphuncle ; and inserted into a laminar, solid, fibrous, spathose, subconical or fusiform... "
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by Palaeontographical Society (Great Britain) - 1866
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Transactions of the Geological Society of London

Geological Society of London - Geology - 1829
...of the Sepia, and conseqyjently like that bone, of a spongy or cellular form. II. Generic character. GENUS. Belemnites. A cephalopodous ? molluscous animal...body extending beyond it, and forming a protecting guard or sheath. III. Observations. I have already observed that the Belemnites are now admitted to...
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Göttingische gelehrte Anzeigen, Volume 1

Books - 1833
...©attung auf: À cephalopodous? molluscous animal provided with a fibrous spathose conical «bell , divided by transverse concave septa into separate cells •or chambers connected by a sip h mi de; and inserted into a laminar, solid , fibrous, spa-' •those, snbconical or fusiform body,...
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The Penny Cyclopaedia of the Society for the Difussion of Useful ..., Volume 4

1835
...was a being distinct from the Belemnite (probably its parasite), which ha calls »n ^/Mpft»«, • A cephalopodous? molluscous animal, provided with...septa into separate cells, or chambers connected by a •iphuncle ; and inserted into a laminar, solid, fibrous, spathose, subconical or fusiform body extending...
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Natural History: Or, Second Division of "The English Encyclopedia", Volume 1

Charles Knight - Encyclopedias and dictionaries - 1866
...the ' Transactions of the Geological Society,' gives the following as the generic character : — " A cephalopodous (?) molluscous animal, provided with...inserted into a laminar, solid, fibrous, spathose, Bubconical or fusiform body extending beyond it, and forming a protecting guard or sheath." Uelemnites...
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Geological Magazine, Volume 1; Volume 41

Henry Woodward - Geology - 1904
...defined the genus Belemnites thus: — "A cephalopodous ? molluscous animal provided with a fibrons spathose conical shell, divided by transverse concave...septa into separate cells or chambers connected by a siphunole ; and inserted into a laminar, solid, fibrous, spathose, subconical or fusiform body extending...
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