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The earthworm: Fig. 1. Young worm escaping from pupa-case, Fig. 2. Earthworm, showing hooks and selled rings, Fig. 3. Anterior rings of worm, with lip, hooks, and respiratory apertures. - from burmeister, Fig. 4. Transverse section of worm. - from ditto.

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The earthworm: Fig. 1. Young worm escaping from pupa-case, Fig. 2. Earthworm, showing hooks and selled rings, Fig. 3. An... (1860)


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:  The earthworm: Fig. 1. Young worm escaping from pupa-case, Fig. 2. Earthworm, showing hooks and selled rings, Fig. 3. Anterior rings of worm, with lip, hooks, and respiratory apertures. - from burmeister, Fig. 4. Transverse section of worm. - from ditto.

Additional Name(s)

: Samuelson, James, b. 1829 -- Author
Hicks, J. B. -- Author

Medium

: Lithographs

Specific Material Type

: Prints

Item Physical Description

: 19 x 12.5 cm.

Item/Page/Plate

: Pl. VII

Source

: Humble creatures; part I. The earthworm, and the common housefly. In eight letters. By James Samuelson, assisted by J. Braxton Hicks. ... With microscopic illustrations by the authors [2nd ed.]

Source Description

: viii, 79 p. viii pl. (incl. front.) 20 cm

Location

: Stephen A. Schwarzman Building / General Research Division

Catalog Call Number

: QI (Samuelson, J. Humble creatures. 1860)

Digital ID

: 400583

Record ID

: 207485

Digital Item Published

: 2-3-2004; updated 3-25-2011

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