Proceedings of the Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia
Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia, 1869
"Publications of the Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia": v. 53, 1901, p. 788-794.
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Seite 166 - Superintendent of the Geological Survey of India, and of the Museum of Geology.
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Seite 2 - Resolved, that the clerk of the corporation be requested to transmit a copy of these resolutions to the family of the deceased.
Seite 62 - ... males, which shed their coats later than the younger ones and the females. Still, among a herd of the largest of those fully matured (at Santa Barbara Island, in June, 1852), we found several cows and their young, the latter apparently but a few days old. When the Sea Elephants come on shore for the purpose of "shedding," if not disturbed they remain out of water until the old hair falls off.
Seite 123 - It had been handed to him by the curators, and on dissection, though no exact place of origin could be traced, there seemed nothing to indicate any other theory of origin than that one potato had really grown out of the centre of the other. But there were serious physiological reasons in the way of such a theory. A potato tuber is really but a thickened axis, in which the greater part of the interior structure would be incapable of developing a bud which would produce a tuber such as this one had...
Seite 82 - B. nubilum, brown, a pale-yellow stripe near the upper and lower margins of each, the upper having a notch on its lower side ; three oblong yellow spots in a line or row along the middle, and a few smaller spots of the same color near the apex ; they reach the third abdominal segment. Wings transparent, dusky at the tips. A brown stripe along each side of the abdomen, near the dorsum; a yellow spot in it on each segment near the upper border. Venter, yellow. Male: Unknown. • Dimensions: Length,...
Seite 59 - ... lower jaw is narrow, elongated, and corresponds to a furrow in the upper one, and is armed on each side with a range of cylindrical or conical teeth, which, when the mouth is closed, fit corresponding cavities in the upper jaw. The upper portion of the head Fig.