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Mr. Webster on the Strata lying over the Chalk.
|Pecten, several species.|
|Terebratula, many species.|
|A longitudinal transversely rugose ostrea-form bivalve of a fibrous structure.|
|Fragments of mother fibrous shell of a large size, of an unknown genus. See Hark. Organic Rem. pL 5. fig. 3.|
|Alcyonia, sponges, and numerous unknown zoophytes.|
|A ramose madrepore.|
|Several species of minute encrini, figured by Mr. Parkinson.|
|In the Chalk without Flints.|
|Echini: several of the same families as those in the chalk with flints. Many of them, however, particularly the Cassides, differing much in their forms from the above.|
|Spines of echini: and particularly those described by M. Braard as resembling the belemnite.|
|Serpulæ, several species.|
|Fish, too much mutilated to ascertain the genus.|
|Palates, scales, vertebræ and teeth of fish.|
|In the Chalk Marl.|
|Ammonites: the contour of the spiral varying from the circular to the long-elliptical.