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Paper, 'Note on the madreporite of Cribrella ocellata' by Herbert E [Edward] Durham

Reference number: PP/11/20

Date: 1887-1888

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Durham writes: 'I have a series of vertical longitudinal (radial) sections carried through the madreporite, &c., of a full-grown specimen of Cribrella ocellata: in this series the madreporic canals have a peculiar relation to the stone canal or water-tube.'

Annotations in pencil and ink. Includes two anatomical diagrams.

Subject: Zoology / Physiology

Received 5 January 1888. Read 26 January 1888. Communicated by Philip Herbert Carpenter.

A version of this paper was published in volume 43 of the Proceedings of the Royal Society as 'Note on the madreporite of cribrella ocellata'.

Reference number
PP/11/20
Earliest possible date
1887-1888
Physical description
Ink and graphite pencil on paper
Page extent
4 pages
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Manuscript
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Herbert Edward Durham

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Herbert Edward Durham, Paper, 'Note on the madreporite of Cribrella ocellata' by Herbert E [Edward] Durham, 1887-1888, PP/11/20, The Royal Society Archives, London, https://makingscience.royalsociety.org/items/pp_11_20/paper-note-on-the-madreporite-of-cribrella-ocellata-by-herbert-e-edward-durham, accessed on 19 June 2024

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