3 edition of On the so-called auditory sac of Cirripedes found in the catalog.
On the so-called auditory sac of Cirripedes
|Statement||by Charles Darwin.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||116|
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PREFACE This book is not intended to be a full or detailed history of animal morphology: a complete account is given neither of morphological discoveries nor of morphological theories. My aim has been rather to call attention to the existence of diverse typical attitudes to the problems of form, and to trace the interplay of the theories that. On the so-called Auditory-sac of Darwin, C. a [=]. A monograph on the Cirripedes. A monograph on the Cirripedes. Natural History Review subclass Cirripedia with figures of all the 01/02/ v. prez. Concise Oxford dictionary of zoology. QL9.C66 98 ISBN 0190 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 Typeset by Bestset Typesetter Ltd., Hong Kong Printed by Cox & Wyman, Reading, England.
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