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" comparable with those which constitute so great a part and so characteristic a feature of Jurassic floras elsewhere. Stems belonging to this order, derived from the Scottish Oolite, have had their characters described in detail by Dr Carruthers in his... "
Proceedings of the Royal Physical Society of Edinburgh - Page 110
by Royal Physical Society of Edinburgh - 1885
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PROCEEDINGS OF THE ROTAL PHYSICAL SOCIETY

Proceedings of the Royal Physical Society of Edinburgh VOL.VIII 1883-85 - 1885
...Jurassic strata of the north of Scotland. Among them are included specimens of the foliage of Cycadaceaj, comparable with those which constitute so great a...Secondary Rocks of Britain " (Trans. Linn. Soc., vol. xxvL); but the leaves designated " Zamia " in the work above-named, and now preserved in the Hugh Miller...
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Geological Magazine, Volume 2; Volume 22

Henry Woodward - Electronic journals - 1885
...this specimen with the figuresof Mantellia inclusa, Carr., given by Mr. Carruthers in his Memoir " Fossil Cycadean Stems from the Secondary Rocks of Britain" (Trans. Linn. Soc. Lond. vol. xxvi. 1868, p. 703, tab. Ixiii. figs. 2 3), and have reproduced his fig. 3 on our Plate...
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The American Journal of Science, Volume 157

HighWire Press - Science - 1899
...Kreideformation, pp. 81-87, Tafel xlix, figures 10-13c, Stuttgart, 1845-46. 3. Carruthers, William.—On Fossil Cycadean Stems from the Secondary Rocks of Britain. Trans. Linn. Soc., London, vol. xxvi, pp. 675-708, plates liv-lxiii, London, 1870. 2. Williamson, WC—Contributions toward...
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The American Journal of Science, Volume 168

Science - 1904
...nothing to the knowledge of it. }arruthers in 1870 described the species twice in his well cnown paper on Cycadean Stems from the Secondary Rocks of Britain (Trans. Linn. Soc., vol. XXVI, pp. 682,704), but does not ippear to have seen the specimen. He says that the formation s unknown....
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Monographs of the United States Geological Survey, Volume 15

Geological Survey (U.S.) - Geology - 1889
...Benndtites are not leaf-buds, but organs of reproduction. There is nothing in the Potomac plants to show 1 Fossil cycadean stems from the secondary rocks of Britain, Trans. Linn. Soc. London, vol. 2ft. 1 ''."'', what the nature of the buds was. Carruthers's description of the crosssection...
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Memoirs and Proceedings of the Manchester Literary ..., Volume 44

Science - 1900
...Strata of the Yorkshire coctst. Quart. Journ. Geol. Soc., vol. viii., p. 179. 1851. CARRUTHERS, VV. (70) On Fossil Cycadean Stems from the Secondary Rocks of Britain. Trans. Linn. Soc., vol. xxvi., p. 675. 1870. KICHWALD, E. v. (68) Letlicea Rossica, Periode Moyenne. Stuttgart, 1868. KEISTMANTKL,...
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