Proceedings of the Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia, Volumen12
Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia, 1861
"Publications of the Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia": v. 53, 1901, p. 788-794.
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Página 364 - I think it extremely probable that further investigation will tend to the conclusion that the vertical or flattened occiput, instead of being a typical characteristic, pertains entirely to the class of artificial modifications of the natural cranium familiar to the American ethnologist alike in the disclosures of ancient graves, and in the customs of widely separated living tribes.
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Página 175 - Fig. 2). Head and face very pale ochreous, with the tuft tipped with brownish. Antennae pale ochreous, dotted above with dark fuscous. Fore wings whitish, tinged with pale yellowish, freely dusted with brown. On the middle of the inner margin is a large, dark brown oval patch, forming with its opposite, when the wings are closed, a conspicuous, nearly round dorsal patch; a streak of the same hue from the...
Página 126 - One specimen had secreted itself under a turned-np portion of the old bark of the trunk. The cocoon is exceedingly slight, and the tail of the pupa is attached to a little button of silk. The pupa is ovate, abdomen short and conical, smooth ; color, dark reddish-brown. I do not know on what part of the tree the larva feeds.
Página 27 - Apella scissura; but his generic name was never published, and his species, if not identical with any which Mr. Lea afterwards described, seems to have been overlooked and forgotten.
Página 264 - Descriptions of new Fossil Remains collected in Nebraska and Utah, by the Exploring Expeditions under the command of Capt. JH Simpson, of US Topographical Engineers, [extracted from that officer's forthcoming report.] in: Proc.
Página 529 - An address delivered at the anniversary meeting of the Geological Society of London, on the 19th of February, 1841 ; and the announcement of the award of the Wollaston medal and donation fund for the same year.
Página 27 - Philadelphia, 1860, p. 53, Mr. John G. Anthony makes some lengthy remarks on this genus, as follows : — " Gyrotoma. As some confusion exists regarding the name of this genus, the following notes are given : — "The genus Melatoma, was established by Swainson, and first given to the world in 1840, in his 'Treatise on Shells and Shell Fishes,' published in London, founded, as he says (p.