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acute acutis Alabama allied American animal appearance base beaks beneath body borders branches broad brown calyx caule character Claiborne closely coast colour Columbia common covered dark described distinct ears eight elevated entire exist extremity feet five floribus flowers foliis four genus give gray habits hairs half hare head impressed inches incisors Inhabits iron laciniis larger lateral leaves Length Lepus less lines Locality longer margin marshes middle minute narrow natural nearly North northern numerous oblique oblong observed obtuse petals plant Plate possess posterior preceding present probably prominent rays remarkable resembles ribs river root rounded scarcely seeds seen segments Shell short shorter side slender slightly smooth sources species specimens spiral stem striæ surface tail teeth temperature terminal thick upper valve whole whorls winter yellow yellowish young
Strona 61 - A description of some of the rarer or little known plants indigenous to the United States, from the dried specimens in the herbarium of the Academy of Natural Sciences in Philadelphia.
Strona 250 - ... Sound to San Quentin Bay, Lower California. Carpenter reports this from Panama, Coll. Col. Jewett. In the Pliocene at Santa Barbara and the Pleistocene at Santa Barbara, San Diego and Ventura, California. Paphia staminea Conrad, 1837. Plate 35, figs. la, Ib. Jour. Acad. Nat. Sci. Phila., 7:250; pl.
Strona 395 - SAY. — Brownish cinereous above; beneath cinereous; teeth blackish; tail short, of moderate thickness. Body above brownish cinereous, beneath cinereous; head elongated; eyes and ears concealed; whiskers long, the longest nearly attaining the back of the head; nose naked emarginate; front teeth black, lateral ones piceous; feet whitish, fivetoed; nails prominent, acute, white; tail short, subcylindric, of moderate thickness, slightly thicker in the middle, whitish beneath.
Strona 298 - It seeks the sides of hills, where the wind prevents the snow from lodging deeply, and where, even in the winter, it can procure the berries of the alpine arbutus, the bark of some dwarf willows, or the evergreen leaves of the Labrador tea -plant (ledum)*.
Strona 315 - English rabbit, and even retreated from the attacks of the gray rabbit ; but they now stood their ground, and engaged in fierce combats with the other prisoners confined with them, and generally came off victorious. They stamped with their feet, used their teeth and claws to a fearful purpose, and in the fight, tore off patches of skin, and mutilated the ears of their former persecutors, till they were left in undisturbed possession of the premises ! The males did not evince the vicious propensity...
Strona 120 - Tombeckbee, is situated on a bluff of the same, about one hundred feet in height; but the eocene appears a short distance north of it, separated from the secondary by a strip of alluvial soil. Here, however, the two upper strata only are visible, the superior bed of limestone being but a few feet in thickness, whilst at Claiborne the corresponding one is about forty-five feet thick. The arenaceous stratum is precisely similar to that of Claiborne, but the fossils are not so well preserved, and are...
Strona 118 - ... formed of various beds of impure carbonate of lime, of comminuted shells, and having at its upper part the Ostrea gigantea ? in a bed nearly six feet in thickness." The eocene formation appears on the Oconee, below Milledgeville, judging from a few fossils which have been sent from that vicinity. The matrix is calcareous, whitish, and very friable. We know nothing of its appearance on Ocmulgee and Flint rivers, but it has been observed in various parts of Early county, and it occurs at Fort Gaines...
Strona 119 - ... occurs three miles below, and about three or four miles south of this the deposit terminates in a bluff of less elevation. Here the upper bed is characterized by Scutella Lyelli (Conrad), the stratum being about three feet in thickness, with a matrix of angular quartzose sand, tinged by oxide of iron. Nearly the whole country in the vicinity of Claiborne is secondary, the eocene having been traced only about one mile east of the village, in the banks of a small creek. The ridge dividing the waters...
Strona 273 - In a few cases, in which the ridge of a building lay in a northerly and southerly position, the eastern slope of roof was observed to be removed, or at least stripped of its shingles, while the western slope remained entire. Many buildings were likewise observed with holes in their roofs, whether shingled or tiled, but otherwise not much damaged, unless by the demolition of windows. These appearances clearly demonstrated the strong upward tendency of the forces by which they were produced, while...
Strona 258 - Shell ovate, compressed, smooth but not polished ; anterior side dilated ; posterior side cuneiform, extremity truncated, much above the line of the base; fold carinated on the superior valve; beaks central, slightly prominent; epidermis extremely thin and deciduous, finely wrinkled, brown; pallial impression of the left valve joining the anterior cicatrix at its lower posterior angle.