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Identifier: geologicalmagazi3118wood

Title: Geological magazine

Year: 1884 (1880s)

Authors: Woodward, Henry, 1832-1921, ed

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Publisher: London [etc.] Cambridge University Press

Contributing Library: Harvard University, Museum of Comparative Zoology, Ernst Mayr Library

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ina-Steyerdorf (1867), Section through theNorth side of the Bohemian Chalk Formation from Wartenberg toTurnau (1868), Eeptilian Impressions in the Eothliegende ofEossitz-Aslawan (1868), Ehinoceros-remains from Grassengriin inBohemia (1871), Orthoclase crystal of Koppenstein in the CarlsbadMountains (1872), Eemains of Ursits spelceus in the Igritzer Cavein Biharer, Hungary (1875), Cerviis megaceros of Nussdorf(1875), The Earthquake of Peru on Aug. 13th, 1868, and TheTide-wave in the Pacific Ocean from 13th to 16tli August, Ex-periments on the internal structure of Volcanos and on the MiniatureVolcanos of Schwefeld (1870). In 1876 he was made Superintendent of the k.k. State NaturalHistory Museum in Vienna, and was occupied incessantly in itsreorganization until the day of his death, July 18th, 1884. His loss will be keenly felt by a large circle of friends in Austriaand elsewhere, by whom Prof. Hochstetter was warmly appreciatedand justly admired. GeoIMa,^.1884. DecaAeH. Vol. I. PLXVn.

 

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E.C.Woodwa.Ti del.etHliL. West.Wevrmaw-& C? imrp. Biitisii EocerLC Aporriiaicice. THE GEOLOGICAL MAGAZINE. NEW SERIES. DECADE 111. VOL. I. No. XII.—DECEMBER, 1884. I.—British Eocene ApoKRHAiDiE. By J. Stabkie Gardner, F.L.S., F.G.S., etc. (PLATE XVII.) NEAELY ten years ago it was my piivilege to describe the BritishCretaceous forms of this Family in the Geological Magazine.The Family was seen to be capable of subdivision into at least fivewell-marked genera, and to these a sixth very singular and remark-able one from Aix-la-Chapelle, and also represented at Blackdown,may be added. It was then that the Family reached its zenith, andin the still later Cretaceous rocks of Europe, as a flame burnsbrightest near its end, so some species suddenly assumed relativelygigantic proportions, and as suddenly became extinct. A few sur-vived in America down to that much later period, the close of theso-called Cretaceous series on that continent. Only two types livedon to the present day and

  

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Dealul Plesu de langa Sinca Veche - Grota Ursitelor

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Identifier: cabinetofnatural02phil

Title: The Cabinet of natural history and American rural sports

Year: 1830 (1830s)

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Subjects: Zoology Hunting

Publisher: Philadelphia, John Doughty

Contributing Library: University of Pittsburgh Library System

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nitre 102 75.00 per cent. 1 do. sulphur 16 11.77 3 do. charcoal 18 13.23 136 100.00 The (acid of the) nitre contains five primes of oxygen, ofwhich three, combining with the three of charcoal, willfurnish three of carbonic acid gas, while the remaining twowill convert the one prime of sulphur into sulphureousacid gas. The single prime of nitrogen is, in this view,disengaged alone. The gaseous volume, on this supposition, evolved from136 grains of Gunpowder, equivalent in bulk to 75 grainsof water, or three-tenths of a cubic inch, will be, at theatmospheric temperature as follows: Grains. Cubic inches. Carbonic oxide, - 42 - - 141.6 Sulphurous acid - 32 - - 47.2 Nitrogen - - - 14 - - 47.4 Being an expansion of one volume into 787.3. But as thetemperature of the gases at the instant of their combustiveformation must be incanescent, this volume may be safelyestimated at three times the above amount, or considerablyupwards of two thousand times the bulk of the explosivesolid.—Phil. Mag.

 

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AND AMERICAN RURAL SPORTS. 73 THE RACCOON. PROCYON LOTOR. [Plate VII. Vol. 2.] Ursits Lotor; Lin. Erxl. Bodd.— Vulpes Americana;Charleton.—Le Raton; Buff. Hist. Nat. 8, pi. 43.—Procyon Lotor; Cuv. Reg. An. p. 143. Sabine app.p. 649.—Coati Brasiliensium; Klein.—Mapach, etc.Mexicanoruni.—Menagerie of Living Animals, ex-hibited in Philadelphia, winter of 1831-2. There are few parts of the American continent inwhich the Raccoon has not, at some period, been foundnative, from the borders of Nootka Sound, to the forestsof Mexico, and still more southern regions. Yet theCount de Buffon asserts, that this animal was originallyfrom South America, and is most numerous in hot climates,without giving any fact on which his opinion is founded,or supporting his declaration b)^ the observations of othernaturalists. Sonnini properly observes, that neither Fre-zier, UUoa, nor Molina, who have given descriptions ofthe animals of Peru, Brazil, and Chili, make any mentionof the Raccoon; and, i

  

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Title: The cyclopædia of anatomy and physiology

Identifier: cyclopdiaofana0402todd

Year: 1849 (1840s)

Authors: Todd, Robert Bentley, 1809-1860

Subjects: Anatomy; Physiology; Zoology

Publisher: London, Sherwood, Gilbert, and Piper

Contributing Library: MBLWHOI Library

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1490 VOICE. Epiglottis broad. L. 0-375 in. Voice more Epiglottis, oval but not large. Cart, of San- acute than in woman. torini absent. Aides Europcea.—Thyroid: margins notched in front. Crico-thyroid chink triangular. Ary- Fig 901. Fig. 900.

 

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Anterior view of the Larynx of Ursits Malayanus. a, tubercle; b, notch of thyroid cart.; c, notch of cricoid cart.

  

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Title: The cyclopædia of anatomy and physiology

Identifier: cyclopdiaofana0402todd

Year: 1849 (1840s)

Authors: Todd, Robert Bentley, 1809-1860

Subjects: Anatomy; Physiology; Zoology

Publisher: London, Sherwood, Gilbert, and Piper

Contributing Library: MBLWHOI Library

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Anterior view of the Larynx of Ursits Malayanus. a, tubercle; b, notch of thyroid cart.; c, notch of cricoid cart.

 

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Showing the Sesamold Cart, d d, of Ursus Ma- layanus. tenoids small. Epiglottis triangular. Ven- tricles deep, leading to two sacs, one of which lies under the root of the tongue, the other between the thyroid and cricoid cartilages.* Mustela Furo. See Wolff. Ventricles lead to sacs. Lutra Vulgaris.— Thyroid : superior and in- ferior margins parallel and inclined upwards, superior terminating in a round apex, in- ferior hollowed out in front b (fig. 901.), and protuberant; Cricoid, (c) inferior margin, so widely separated in front, as only to be slightly united at the inferior margin of the thyroid. * Cuvier was of opinion that the posterior part of the vocal ligaments produced the vocal sounds.

  

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Title: Denkschriften - Österreichische Akademie der Wissenschaften

Identifier: denkschriftens671899akad

Year: 1850 (1850s)

Authors: Akademie der Wissenschaften in Wien. Mathematisch-Naturwissenschaftliche Klasse

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Publisher: Wien, New York, Springer

Contributing Library: Smithsonian Libraries

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Kopfiirtcricu der Mduniuüid. ITA [Ic'vMelcs /iM-//i'existirt ein eiatacher, zienilicli schwach ausgebildet, nicht geschlängelter Kamus anasto- moticiis. Beim Hunde ist derselbe schon etwas stärker, bei der Zibethkatze zeigen sich an ihm bereits die ersten Anzeichen des W'undernetzes insoferne, als diese Arterie schon eine Reihe von Krümmungen auf- weist, und sich zwischen den einzelnen Krümmungen schon Anastomosen gebildet haben. Bei den Felidae endlich nimmt das Wundernetz immer mehr und mehr an Volumen zu. Die Arteria Stapedia, deren embryonales Vorkommen Hegetschweiler in einer Arbeit über die Steigbügelentwicklung bei der Katze erwähnt hat, geht in ihrem proximalen Abschnitte v eirunde. (Siehe Schema Nr. 6.) Schema Nr. 6. Felh ribcflia. üUkommen zu C.v a.st.

 

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r. a. Ramus anastomoticus. Die übrigen Bezeichnungen wie in den früheren Schemen. Es erhält sich von ihr nur der distale Abschnitt des Ramus inferior in Form der .Maxillaris interna, ferner der gleiche Abschnitt des Ramus s u p e r i o r in Form der L ac ry m a 1 i s, E th m o i d a 1 is u n d F r o n t a 1 i s und ein ganz kurzes Stückchen des intracranialen Abschnittes in Form der Arteria meningea anterior. Der Circulus arteriosus dieser Thierclasse ist ebenfalls wegen seiner Übergangsformen interessant. Während bei Felis doiiiestica und beim Hunde die Arteria communicans posterior so stark entwickelt ist, dass sie als Ramus posterior der Carotis interna angesprochen wird, und die Profunda cerebri einfach als Seitenzweig dieser Arterie erscheint, bildet sie sich bei Meles taxits und Arctictis immer mehr zurück, so dass die Arteria profunda cerebri gleichmässig sowohl aus der Basilaris, als aus der Communicans posterior zusammengesetzt erscheint. Beim Bären endlich ist die Communicans posterior schon ganz schwach; die Profunda cerebri entsteht aus der Basilaris und der Circulus gleicht dem der Primaten. Die Arteria ophtalmica dieser Thiere ist im Allgemeinen sehr schwach entwickelt und meistens nur als Arteria centralis retinae vorhanden. Ihr Ursprung verhält sich conlbrm der Gestaltung des Circulus arteriosus: Bei Ursits aretos entspringt sie so wie beim Menschen; bei Meles und Arctictis knapp unter der Theilungsstelle; bei anderen gerade an der Theilungsstelle. Je mächtiger aber der Ramus posterior entwickelt ist, imd je tiefer die Thcilung in das Stammgefäss einschneidet, desto mehr erscheint der Crsprimg der (Jphtalmica gegen den Ramus anterior verschoben. 91»

  

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Title: American animals; a popular guide to the mammals of North America north of Mexico, with intimate biographies of the more familiar species

Identifier: americananimal00ston

Year: 1902 (1900s)

Authors: Stone, Witmer, 1866-1939; Cram, William Everett, 1871-

Subjects: Mammals

Publisher: New York, Doubleday, Page & Company

Contributing Library: American Museum of Natural History Library

Digitizing Sponsor: Biodiversity Heritage Library

  

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KADIAK BEAR {Ursits iniddendorffl) By A, K. Dug more

  

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Title: Buletinul Societatii de Sciinte din Bucuresci, România = Bulletin de la Société des sciences de Bucarest, Roumanie

Identifier: buletinulsocieta07soci

Year: 1892-1911. (1890s)

Authors: Societatea de Stiinte din Bucuresti

Subjects: Science

Publisher: Bucuresti : Societatea

Contributing Library: American Museum of Natural History Library

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BULETINUL SCCIETAŢII DE SCIINŢE 107 ca o stână, are o sumedenie de hrube în tote părţile, că din tavanul eî picură lapte de piatră, ce se sleesce pe bolovani, că în tote părţile sunt numai lumânări şi ţâţe de lapte de piatră, că printre bolovani sunt o mul- ţime de ose de jidovi, ţurloe de piciore, şire de spinări, fălci până şi o testă de om, pe cate se sleise o lumânare de piatră, etc.» A doua di veselul cioban Ion Albeaţă, cel maî îndrăsneţ şi maî neobosit dintre ciobani, ne conducea la peştera minunatăj aşa de simplu şi original dar torte interesant descrisă,

 

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Intrarea în Peştera Stogu Desemn în cărbune _după o Jotografie' de G ]^ M.-Mukgocî. Dealungul peretelui stâng atârnă o stalactită. Jos un craniu de Ursits spelaeus. Intrarea în peşteră e cu vre-o 50 m. deasupra apei Receî şi nu se vede de jos, pentru că o stâncă mare înclinată îî închide totă vederea. Ca să ajungi la intrare suî nisce grohote mobile aşezate pe o pantă forte repede. La vre-o 10 m. înainte de stâncă ocolescî pe la drepta şi pe un culoar

  

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