A descriptive catalogue of recent shells: arranged according to the LinnŠan method; with particular attention to the synonymy

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Printed for J. and A. Arch, 1817 - Shells
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Page 1084 - the animal has receded from its first enclosure, and has formed a second three inches up the tube, and afterwards a third two inches further on.
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Page 693 - about an inch and a quarter long, and three quarters of an inch broad,
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Page 1033 - varies from three-quarters of an inch to an inch and a quarter, and the
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