The Elements of Modern Conchology

Baldwin and Cradock, 1835 - 62 pages

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Page 5 - As our present business, however, is with the shells, and not with the animals, we shall chiefly confine our remarks to the
Page 11 - (here now first defined), that there can be no doubt of its entering within the limits of this group.
Page 11 - channel long; no plaits, but the tip of the spire enlarged. Fossil only.
Page 5 - Conchology, as a science, must be founded both upon the structure of the soft parts of the animal,
Page 40 - from one and a half to two and a half inches deep
Page 44 - the Conchological volume of Dr. Lardner's Cabinet of Natural History shortly to be published

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