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The Microscope: Its History, Construction, and Applications - Page 218
by Jabez Hogg - 1856 - 457 pages
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Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine, Volume 81

1857
...have been two inches in diameter, and that hud somehow contrived to swallow a valve of Pecten maximum of the size of an ordinary saucer. The shell fixed...tensely over had become thin and flattened like a pancako. All communication between the inferior portion of the stomach and the mouth was of course...
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Zoology: Fishes and invertebrated animals

William Benjamin Carpenter - Fishes - 1845
...originally two inches in diameter, and that had somehow contrived to swallow a valve of Pecten maximus of the size of an ordinary saucer. The shell, fixed...two halves, so that the body, stretched tensely over it, had become thin and flattened like a pancake. All communication between the inferior portion of...
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Wonders of the sea-shore

Wonders - 1847
...in diameter, and that had somehow contrived to swallow a valve of Pecten maximus (the scallop shell) of the size of an ordinary saucer. The shell fixed...completely into two halves, so that the body, stretched tightly over, had become thin and flattened like a pancake." This species is liable to great variation...
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Zoology: A Systematic Account of the General Structure, Habits ..., Volume 2

William Benjamin Carpenter - Zoology - 1848
...originally two inches in diameter, and that had somehow contrived to swallow a valve of Pecten maximut of the size of an ordinary saucer. The shell, fixed...two halves, so that the body, stretched tensely over it, had become thin and flattened like a pancake. All communication between the inferior portion of...
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First Steps to Zoology

Robert Patterson - 1849
...might have been originally two inches in diameter, but had somehow contrived to swallow a scallop shell the size of an ordinary saucer. The shell fixed within...was so placed as to divide it completely into two equal parts, so that the body stretched over it had become thin and flattened like a pancake. All communication...
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Iconographic encyclopaedia of science, literature, and art, Volume 2

1851
...originally two inches in diameter, and that had somehow contrived to swallow a valve of Pecten maximus of the size of an ordinary saucer. The shell, fixed...over, had become thin and flattened like a pancake. AH communication between the inferior portion of the stomach and the mouth was, of course, prevented...
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Excelsior: Helps to Progress in Religion, Science, and Literature, Volumes 1-2

James Hamilton - 1854
...diameter, and that had somehow contrived to swallow a valve of the great scallop (Pccten maximus), of the size of an ordinary saucer. The shell, fixed...portion of the stomach and the mouth was of course preventsd, yet, instead of emaciating and dying of an atrophy, the animal had availed itself of what...
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Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine, Volume 81

England - 1857
...have been two inches in diameter, and that had somehow contrived to swallow a valve of Pectén maximus of the size of an ordinary saucer. The shell fixed...between the inferior portion of the stomach and the month was of course prevented ; yet instead of emaciating and dying of an atrophy, the animal had availed...
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The Microscope

Jabez Hogg - Microscopes - 1858 - 607 pages
...of the size of an ordinary saucer. The shell, fixed within (1) Mr. Tugwell's Manual of Sea-Anemones. the stomach, was so placed as to divide it completely...was of course prevented; yet, instead of emaciating Fig. 193. 1, Actinia rubra. Sea marigold, near which is one shown retracted. 2, Actinia bellia, Daisy...
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Zoology: Being a Systematic Account of the General Structure, Habits ...

William Benjamin Carpenter - Zoology - 1858
...originally two inches in diameter, and that had somehow contrived to swallow a valve of Pecten n,axl,nus of the size of an ordinary saucer. The shell, fixed...two halves, so that the body, stretched tensely over it, had become thin and flattened like a pancake. All communication between the inferior portion of...
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