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Page 439 - British Sea- Anemones and Madrepores. With Coloured Figures of all the Species. By PHILIP HENRY GOSSE, FRS 8vo, £1 Is. Jfandbooh to the Marine Aquarium ; containing Practical Instructions for Constructing, Stocking, and Maintaining a Tank, and for Collecting Plants and Animals.
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