A natural history of the Crinoidea, or lily-shaped animals: with observations on the general Asteria Euryale, Comatula and Marsupites : illustr. with 50 coloured plates
Frost, 1821 - 150 pages
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abdominal cavity adhesion alimentary canal analogy angles angular Apiocrinites rotundus appears arm joints arms proceed articulating surfaces auxiliary side arms belonging Bristol calcareous calcareous matter Caput Medusae centre column formed columnar joints Comatula concave contraction costal plates Crinoidal animal Crinoidea cuneiform joint cup-like Cyathocrinites depressed division edge Encrinites Encrinus enlarged excavated extends exterior circumference externally fibres figure finger joints five scapulae formation formed of numerous fossil genera genus Gideon Mantell hexagonal inarticulata insertion intercostal plates irregular joints Pl Lamarck lateral LILY-SHAPED ANIMAL lower surface margin Marsupites Mendip Hills moniliformis Mountain Limestone mouth muscle muscular integument observed oolite Parkinson's pelvis Pentacrinites Pentacrinus Caput Medusae pentagonal perforated periosteum plated integument Platycrinites points Polypi possession Poteriocrinites radiating radii Reference and Synonymes resemblance river Avon second costal joint series of joints space species Specific Character specimens striated summit superior surface tentacula tentaculated fingers tentaculum thicker thinner truncated tubercles upper viscera