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Acteonina acute Ammonites anfractibus anfractu ultimo angle angustis aperture Astarte Burton Bradstock Bussage Buvignier carina Cerithium closely arranged collection columella concave concentric striations concentricis convex Coral Rag Cornbrash of Scarborough costae costis crebris curvato D'Orb D'Orbigny decussated delicate depressed diameter elevatis elongata elongated flattened Forest Marble genus Geol Geological Position height Inferior Oolite inflated instructis irregular Kirklington last volution Leckenby left valve lengthened lineis longitudinal longitudinalibus lower border lunule magnis Marble of Laycock margine mesial Myacites narrow nearly numerous obtuse Oolite of Minchinhampton Oppel ornamentation ovata Oxford Clay Pecten Phil Pholadomya plications portion Position and Locality posterior side postice prominent radiating regularibus right valve rounded Scarborough Shell ovately Shell small slightly smooth species specimen figured spira spire elevated striated striations striis sutures Testa parva transverse Trigonia Trochus tubercles umbilicus umbones umbonibus valva valves Walton Whiteaves Witchell XLIV XXXIII XXXV Yorkshire
Page 109 - traversed mesially by the ligamental groove, the borders to which are elevated and but slightly diverging; exterior to these are strongly impressed grooves to receive the dental processes of the other valve;
Page 16 - rounded and entire, depending upon the exact period of growth at which the animal perished; the
Page 16 - de ce genre, mais que je n'ai pu encore constater sur toutes, c'est que la columelle se termine parfois
Page 21 - Shell ovate, depressed; spire elevated, consisting of three or four volutions, which are narrow, inflated, their sutures deeply channeled; the last volution has some obscurely marked, irregular, and unequal transverse
Page 118 - may be regarded as a transitive series, a chain of life serving to connect the fauna of the Inferior Oolite with that of the Oxfordian rocks,
Page 5 - the specimen was obtained in the Bradford Clay of the Tetbury Road Railway Station, near Cirencester, by Professor Coleman, of the Royal Agricultural College.
Page 21 - decussated by encircling striations; the striations are regular, very closely arranged, faintly impressed, with small, wave-like undulations ; the aperture is large and rounded.