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  • The Encyclopedia Americana Crustacea 1481992The Encyclopedia Americana — Crustacea CRUSTACEA, krŭs-tā'shĕ-a, a primary group (phylum) of animals
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  • ThomasCalmanCalman,_William Thomas18711952Scottish zoologist. Assistant in charge of Crustacea, Natural History Museum, South Kensington This author wrote articles for
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  • 1815 he published the first part of his excellent history of British crustacea, which was never completed. Meanwhile he laboured at the British Museum
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  • appendages of the animals included, which are, roughly speaking, the Crustacea, Arachnida, Hexapoda (so-called “true insects”), Centipedes and Millipedes
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  • The New International Encyclopædia Crustacea 1496181The New International Encyclopædia — Crustacea CRUSTACEA (Neo-Lat. nom. pl., from Lat. crusta
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  • Professors Owen and Bell, 1849; 'Catalogue of Crustacea in British Museum,' part i. 1855; account of Crustacea in Belcher's 'Last of the Arctic Voyages,'
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  • test of time, to be of exceptional value. He was author of: ‘List of Crustacea in the … British Museum,’ London, 1847, 12mo. ‘Nomenclature of Coleopterous
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  • Encyclopedia Americana, New York: The Encyclopedia Americana Corporation (1920) “Crustacea,” in The Encyclopedia Americana, New York: The Encyclopedia Americana
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  • Courtney's ‘Guide to Penzance,’ 1845. Other interesting papers on zoophytes, crustacea, and fishes were contributed by him to the ‘Journal of the Royal Institution
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  • Bolingbroke18321921English geologist and paleontologist Monograph of the British Fossil Crustacea, belonging to the order Merostomata (1866–1878) A Monograph of the British
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  • Sessile-eyed Crustacea,' by him and John Obadiah Westwood [q. v.], was published in two volumes (1868-8). His 'Report on the Crustacea Macrura dredged
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  • 1892 is found in: Vogdes, A Classed and Annotated Bibliography of the Palaeozoic Crustacea. Occasional papers IV. California Academy of Sciences. 1893.
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  • polyzoa, the cirripedes (or barnacles), and several divisions of the crustacea. Our present conceptions of the structure of these forms, of their zoological
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  • of his great group Insecta. Lamarck at the same time founded the class Crustacea for the lobsters, crabs and water-fleas, also until then included in the
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  • and jointed legs.  The group embraces four great divisions or classes: Crustacea, including the lobsters, crabs, crayfish, shrimps and others.  They usually
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  • Cambrian crustacea 1306528Proceedings of the United States National Museum, Volume 76 — Article 9: New Lower and Middle Cambrian crustaceaCharles E
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  • Encyclopædia Navigation ←Previous C Next→ Crow Indians — Crusius Crustacea — Cube Cubebs — Cullen Cullen — Cunard Crow Indians Crowland Crowley, Robert
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  • _Charles Elmer18891943American paleontologist New Lower and Middle Cambrian crustacea. Proceedings of the United States National Museum, Vol. 76, Art. 9, 1929
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  • Mexico. external scan 1886: List of the described species of fresh water Crustacea from America, north of Mexico. external scan 1888: Our native ferns and
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  • he dealt with the Amphibia (1839), Reptiles (1840), with Mollusca and Crustacea (1845) and more generally with the invertebrate fauna of the Mediterranean
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