A Monograph of the Crag Mollusca, Or, Descriptions of Shells from the Middle and Upper Tertiaries of the East of England, Volumes 1-2

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Palaeontographical Society, 1879 - Mollusks, Fossil - 4 pages
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Page 42 - ... and supported on each side by a short ligament of a dark olive-green : hinge-line narrow and nearly straight : hinge-plate thick : inside white and pearly ; lateral edges (especially of the flat valve) finely crenulated or notched on the upper part: muscular scar obliquely transverse, pear-shaped or slightly incurved above.
Page 49 - Naze deposit, of which 1 16 are found also in the Coralline Crag. This large proportion of species common to the two deposits is very noteworthy, and when it is also found that there is an absence from the Walton Crag of several forms occurring...
Page ix - Vol. 25. 1872. (Tit., 7 1. expl. of PI.) Second Supplement of the Crag Mollusca, comprising Testacea from the Upper Tertiaries of the East of England. Univalves and Bivalves. General Title-page ; Pages I, II; 1—58; Plates I— VI. ibid. Vol. 33. 1879. (Tit., 6 1. expl. of PI.) Der General-Title lautet : Second Supplement to the Monograph of the Crag Moll»« , witk «t»criptions of ShelU from the Upper Tertiarie
Page 26 - October, and was buried, on the roth, near the tomb of his father-in-law, apparently in the English capital. Christian IV. describes him as a Doctor of Laws, 'nobilis et clarissimus'; and Commelin calls him 'clarissimus vir et de litteris optime meritus." There can, I think, be no doubt of the identity of the Danish Ambassador with the Flemish scholar. He had preserved the manuscript in question from the terrible devastation of the Belgian Libraries, and for that reason, if for nothing else, deserves...

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