Zoology: Being a Systematic Account of the General Structure, Habits, Instincts, and Uses of the Principal Families of the Animal Kingdom, as Well as of the Chief Forms of Fossil Remains, Volume 2
Bell & Daldy, 1867 - Zoology
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abdomen allied amongst Animalcules animals Annelida antennæ aperture apparatus appear appendages aquatic Arachnida Articulata attached Beetles belong bivalve body branchial byssus canal carapace cavity character cilia colour composed considerable consists covered Crustacea curious Decapods deposited destitute developed distinct distinguished dorsal dorsal fin eggs elytra exist extremity eyes feed feet female fins Fishes furnished ganglia Gasteropods genus gills habits head horny Hymenoptera inches inclosed inhabitants insects intestine jaws known large number larva larvæ legs length live locomotion mandibles mantle matter maxillæ membrane minute Mollusca Mollusks mouth muscles nearly operculum Order organs orifice Orthoptera pair parasitic pectoral fins peculiar perfect insects placed Polypes possess posterior present prey pupa remarkable resemblance respiration respiratory segments shell side situated skin sometimes species spines stomach structure suckers surface swimming tail teeth tentacula thorax tribe tube usually valves ventral whilst whole wings young