The Mollusca of Dorsetshire; (Marine, Estuarine, Freshwater, and Land) and the Brachiopoda

The Mollusca of Dorsetshire; (Marine, Estuarine, Freshwater, and Land) and the Brachiopoda

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1898 edition. Excerpt: ...Thompson and Damon. C. linearis (M0nt.) Mangelialinearis (M0nt.) Frequents sandy and shelly sea-beds at various depths. Distributed round the coast. Weymouth Bay, W. Thompson. Between South Haven and Studland, Carleton Green. Kimmeridge Bay, dredged, J. C. M.-P. Fossil: Red and Coralline Crags.. C. gracilis (Mont) Murex gracilis (Mont.) Inhabits the Coralline zone. Pulteney, p. 46, p. 14, f. 18. Portland, West Bay, '1'. Raclreit. VVeymouth Bay, dredged off Ringstead and Osmington, W. Thompson; scarce, but very large, E. R. Sykes. Kimmeridge Bay, dredged, J. C. ill.-P. C. Trevel1iana(Tw-t0n). Mangelia Trevelliana (Turion). Very rare; a boreal shell. Between Studland and South Haven, Carleton Green. Fischer points out that the lingual ribbon is most akin to that of Sipho ( = Triionofusus): Journ. de Conch. 1888, pp. 132-6. D. minima (Mont) Lachesis minima, Mont. Inhabits the Littoral and Laminarian zones. Forbes and Hanley, Vol. iii., p. 377, pl. 101, f. 7, S. Brit. Conch., Vol. iv., p. 314. The position of this shell is uncertain. Most authors place it among the lllangiliaz. The operculum approaches the Mnricidre. Weymouth, dredged in three or four fathoms with Phasianella, S. Hanley. "Weymouth, alive at extra low tide, E. R. Sykes. Poole, sandbank (dead), Dr. Turner. Between Chapman's Pool and St. Alban's Head, dredged, shelly ground, J. C. ll/I.-P. Fossil: Miocene of Italy. 128. 129. 130. FASCIOLARIIDIE. NEPTUNEA, Bolten, 1798. N. antiquus (L). Fusus antiquus, L. Pulteney, p. 47, pl. 17, f. 4. Thrown up on the Dorset coast with Buccinum undatum, but not plentifully, Pulteney, Weymouth, W. 'l'ho1npson. Studland shore, thrown up alive after a storm, J. C M.-P. Red and Mammaliferous Crags. Brit. Coneh., Vol....show more

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  • Paperback | 34 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 2mm | 82g
  • Rarebooksclub.com
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 123679172X
  • 9781236791726