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" There are four stomachs, the second of which is fleshy, and sometimes armed with bony appendages, and the third furnished internally with salient longitudinal laminae; the intestine is short. Various species inhabit both the Mediterranean and the Atlantic,... "
The Mollusca and Radiata: Arranged by the Baron Cuvier, with Supplementary ... - Page 43
by Georges baron Cuvier, Edward Griffith, Edward Pidgeon - 1834 - 601 pages
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The animal kingdom arranged in conformity with its organization, Volume 2

Georges Cuvier (baron), Pierre André Latreille - Zoology - 1831 - 20 pages
...two tubular and cleft tentacula; the genital orifices are before, and the anus behind the branchiae. There are four stomachs, the second of which is fleshy...which are large and marked with the most beautiful colours(l). PLEUROBRANCHyEA, Meckel. PLEUROBRANCHIDIUM, Bl. The branchiae and genital orifices situated...
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The Animal Kingdom: Arranged in Conformity with Its Organization, Volume 14

Insects - 1832 - 532 pages
...mouth, a small proboscis, is surmounted by an emarjrinated lip and by two tubular and cleft tentacula. Various species inhabit both the Mediterranean and...which are large and marked with the most beautiful colour*. , Meckel. The branchix situated as in Pleurobranchus; but the foot projects but little, and...
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The genera of recent Mollusca: arranged according to their organization

Henry Adams, Arthur Adams - Geology, Stratigraphic - 1858
...have no upper jaw; the lingual membrane is armed with numerous short teeth, arranged in a quincunx ; there are four stomachs, the second of which is fleshy and sometimes furnished with bony pieces, and the third is provided internally with prominent longitudinal lamella?...
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The Genera of Recent Mollusca: Arranged According to Their ..., Volume 2

Henry Adams, Arthur Adams - Mollusks - 1858
...have no upper jaw; the lingual membrane is armed with numerous short teeth, arranged in a quincunx ; there are four stomachs, the second of which is fleshy and sometimes furnished with bony pieces, and the third is provided internally with prominent longitudinal lamellae;...
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Structural and Systematic Conchology: An Introduction to the Study of the ...

George Washington Tryon (Jr.) - Mollusks - 1882
...have no upper jaw, the lingual membrane is armed with numerous short teeth, arranged in a quincunx ; there are four stomachs, the second of which is fleshy, and sometimes furnished with bony pieces, and the third is provided internally with prominent longitudinal lamellae;...
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