Fauna und Flora des Golfes von Neapel: und der angrenzenden Meeres-Abschnitte

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W. Engelmann, 1882 - Marine animals
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Page 202 - Synopsis of the Marine Invertebrata of Grand Manan : or the region about the mouth of the Bay of Fundy, New Brunswick.
Page 177 - Journal, 1842) remarked that the animal, before the process commenced, " lies for a considerable time languid, and to all appearance dead. At length a slight quivering takes place all over the body, attended in a short time with more violent exertions. The skin then bursts behind the head in a transverse direction, and also down the mesial line of the abdominal surface ; a few more violent exertions then free the body of its old covering. After this the animal remains for a considerable time in a...
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Page ii - Fauna und Flora des Golfes von Neapel und der angrenzenden Meeresabschnitte herausgegeben von der Zoologischen Station zu Neapel.
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Page 177 - ... length a slight quivering takes place all over the body, attended in a short time with more violent exertions. The skin then bursts behind the head in a transverse direction ; and also down the mesial line of the abdominal surface. A few more violent exertions then free the body of the old covering. After this the animal remains for a considerable time in a languid state, and is quite transparent and colourless.
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Page 99 - ... seven joints are the normal number in the legs of all the Malacostracous Crustacea. 2nd. That the branchia is normally an appendage of the leg and attached to the coxa. 3rd. That the moveable power of the leg is always between the coxa and the leg, and never between the coxa and the body. 4'th. That the coxa (the so-called epimeral) in Amphipoda overlaps the segment to which it is attached, and except by a small portion only, is not united by the whole of the margin in juxtaposition with the...

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