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Published by Printed for the Pal©Œontographical Society in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Fossil Reptiles,
  • Paleontology

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Henry Woodward
    ContributionsPalaeontographical Society (Great Britain)
    The Physical Object
    Paginationvolumes :
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL25933381M


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A Monograph of the British Fossil Crustacea belonging to the Order Merostomata. by Woodward, H. Half calf £; New Book Availability:. A description is given of a nearly complete specimen of a new Ordovician eurypterid genus belonging to the family Stylonuridae.

The classification of the Eurypterida is discussed; two super-families and two new families are proposed and three new names substituted for Cited by: A monograph of the British fossil Crustacea, belonging to the order Merostomata‎ (39 F) Media in category "Henry Bolingbroke Woodward" The following 5 files are in this category, out of 5 y of citizenship: United Kingdom of Great Britain.

A monograph of the British fossil Crustacea, belonging to the order Merostomata‎ (39 F) Monograph of the North American Astacidæ ‎ (11 F) Monograph of. A MONOGRAPH OF THE BRITISH FOSSIL CRUSTACEA BELONGING TO THE ORDER MEROSTOMATA PART 5 SUB-ORDER XIPHOSURA [Palaeontographical Society Monographs #] 4to, no wps, extracted from the annual volume of Palaeont.

Soc. Monograph issues for the year, light wear, a few pp. loose else clean, vg, contains 83 pp., 6 plts on horseshoe crab-like crustaceans. Abstract. A mong the rich collection of fossil Crustacea from Logan Water, exhibited by Mr.

Robert Slimon at the Meeting of the British Association at Dundee, in September last, were several new forms belonging to the order Merostomata, which have since been acquired by the British Museum.

The first new form is represented (Pl. fig. 1) by (1) an almost entire individual, Cited by: 3. Woodward, H. (–) Monograph of the British fossil Crustacea belonging to the order Merostomata. Palaeontographical Society, London.

Palaeontographical Society, Cited by: Buy The British Woodlice: Being a Monograph of the Terrestrial Isopod Crustacea Occurring in the British Islands (Classic Reprint) on FREE SHIPPING on qualified orders. —————— Descriptions of Some New Palaeozoic Crustacea.

Geol. Mag. —————— On Some New Species of Crustacea Belonging to the Order Eurypterida. Geol. Soc. Quar. Jour. —————— A Monograph of the British Fossil Crustacea of the Order Merostomata.

Palaeontographical Society. The fossil record has yielded various gigantic arthropods, in contrast to their diminutive proportions today. The recent discovery of a 46 cm long claw (chelicera) of the pterygotid eurypterid (‘sea scorpion’) Jaekelopterus rhenaniae, from the Early Devonian Willwerath Lagerstätte of Germany, reveals that this form attained a body length of approximately m—almost half a metre longer Cited by: Woodward, Henry, Henry Woodward English geologist and paleontologist Woodward, Henry Woodward, Henry géologue VIAF ID: (Personal).

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A monograph of the British fossil Crustacea, belonging to the order Merostomata‎ (39 F) N Nouvelles recherches sur les poissons fossiles du Mont Liban ‎ (22 F). Abstract. The functional morphology of the genital appendages, horn organs and modified prosomal limb III of the Silurian eurypterid, Baltoeurypterus tetragonophthalmus (Fischer, ) (Chelicerata: Eurypterida) is investigated.

The longer type A genital appendage, interpreted as a female structure, is associated with a pair of horn organs, regarded as by: Introduction []. The Lesmahagow area is justly famed for its fossil arthropod and fish assemblages–some of the oldest complete fish in the world come from this area (at the Jamoytius horizon).

Since it is difficult to trace a continuous section through the Lesmahagow succession in any one excursion, it is best to treat visits to the area as collecting expeditions, and two of the most. WOODWARD, H. Monograph ofthe British fossil Crustacea belonging to the order Merostomata. Palaeontographical Society, London, p.

ACCEPTED 16 JANUARY crustacean, Meyeria pueblaensis n. sp., from this unit. A shallow, lagoonal, tidal-flat paleoenvironment (between reefs Order DECAPODA Latreille, Infraorder.

Monograph on the Eurypterida (abstract). New York State Museum Reportpp. 43, Monograph of the British Fossil Crustacea Belonging to the Order Merostomata. Palæontographical Society. Notes on Some British Palæozoic Crustacea Belonging to the Order Merostomata.

Loc. cit., No. C, pp. Henry Bolingbroke Woodward (24 November – 6 September ) was an English geologist and paleontologist known for his research on fossil crustaceans and other arthropods. Woodward was born Norwich, England on 24 November and was educated at Norwich School.

He became assistant in the geological department of the British Museum inand in keeper of that : 24 NovemberNorwich, England.2 H. Woodward, "A Monograph of the British Fossil Crustacea belonging to the Order Merostomata," [] The Pulmonata.–These are odontophorous Mollusks which breathe air directly by means of a respiratory surface furnished by the wall of the pallial cavity.^A monograph of the British Fossil Crustacea, belonging to the Order Merostomata.

Part 1. Pterygotus Anglicus, Agassiz. Pages 1– Plates i.–ix.