Elihu Root Collection of United States Documents; Ser. A.-F.] Volume 8

Elihu Root Collection of United States Documents; Ser. A.-F.] Volume 8

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1905 edition. Excerpt: ... deep, deeper than long; caudal short, squarely truncate; ventrals strong, of moderate length, at lowest point of ventral outlinej well behind pectorals and directly below spinous dorsal, which is at highest point of dorsal outline; ventral spine large, roughened anteriorly; pectoral moderate, not falcate. Species few, in waters of moderate depth. Antinonia Ixtwo. Proe. Zool. Roe. Loud. 1ki: i, 85 (raprof). ('ujH-tijihmiu Miiller fc Trowchel, Hone Irlithyoloni: i-, III. 1845, 2S (aurora). Hf/ljitiHotti Schleel, Fauna Jtiponica, 1'oiss., S4, pi. x I, m. fig. 2. 1841. (rul-rrnii), 290. Antigonia steindachneri.Ionian & Evermann. Plate XLV. Head 3.35 in length; depth equal to length; eye 3 in head; snout 3.2; maxillary 4.2; interorbital 3.3; D. vm, 36; A. in, 33; scales Ki-71-40. Body very deep, compressed; back elevated, trenchant; abdomen.deep, trenchant; upper profile concave in front of eye above to occipital process, then convave to spinous dorsal; snout short, blunt, rounded; mouth small, nearly vertical; jaws small, lower protruding; teeth small, pointed, uniserial; eye large, superior, nearly in middle of length of head; preorbital and interopercle spiny along margins; anterior nostril with valve, the Ksterior larger, circular; gill-opening large, gillrakers small; pseudobranchue and gill-lamina' large; dorsal spines sharp, third longest, 1.5 in head, others graduated to last, which is alxut 2 in snout; anterior dorsal rays longest, 3.5 in head; first anal spine longest, 2.8, others graduated to last; caudal small, truncate, 1.7; pectoral 1.2, upper rays longest, and posterior margin straight; ventrals 1.6, spine very large, strong, front margin asperous, and nearly as long as fin; caudal peduncle compressed, its depth 2.7; scales...show more

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  • Paperback | 488 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 25mm | 862g
  • Rarebooksclub.com
  • Miami Fl, United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236643569
  • 9781236643568