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Seite 144 - Monday evenings at 8:15 o'clock from October to May, inclusive, at the American Museum of Natural History, 77th Street and Central Park, West.
Seite 283 - Curculioides scaber (Sc udder) and Curculioides sulcatus Melander were described and figured by me on pp. 82 and 83 of my Monograph in 1913. Each is represented by a single specimen from the Pennsylvanian of Mazon Creek, Illinois. C. scaber is in the collection of the US National Museum (No. 37965); C. sulcatus in the collection of the Walker Museum of the University of Chicago (No. 9235). Curculioides gracilis Petrunkevitch, was described and figured by me in the Palaeozoic Arachnida of Illinois,...
Seite 295 - ... the juncture line of the two chelicerae. The carapace is anteriorly narrower than posteriorly. Its widest place is between the second and third pair of coxae where it measures 2.6 mm. while the length of the carapace is 3.5 mm. It is therefore distinctly longer than wide and oval in shape. Between the posterior edge of the carapace and the anterior edge of the abdomen a narrow space is bridged by the petiolus which has the shape of an elongated pentagon with the apex reaching the sternum and...
Seite 298 - XTV-XVI. 15. Demanet, Felix et Victor van Straelen. Classe des Arachnides. in: Renier, A., Stockmans, F., Demanet, F. et van Straelen, V. Flore et faune houillieres de la Belgique. Bruxelles. Third volume. 1938, pp. 206-209. Text-figures 82-84. Plate 140. 16. Dorlodot, J. de. Decouv. de Graeophonus anglicus dans le Couchant de Mons.
Seite 301 - Hunter, JRS (1886) Notes on the discovery of a fossil scorpion (Palaeophonus caledonicus) in the Silurian Strata of Logan Water, Tr.
Seite 307 - Ixodoidea zu den fossilen Anthracomarti. Sitzungsberichte u. Abhandl. Naturf. Gesell. Rostock. Dritte Folge, Vol. 3, 1932, pp. 104-126, figures 1-21. 123- Scudder, SH A contribution to our knowledge of Palaeozoic Arachnida. Proc. Amer. Acad. Arts and Sci., 1884, Vol. XX, pp. 15-22. 124. Note on Anthracomartus carbonis. CR Soc. Entomol. de Belgique, 1885, Vol. XXIX, pp. 84-85. 125. Systematic review of our present knowledge of fossil insects, myriapods and arachnids. US Geol. Survey, Bull. No 31,...
Seite 301 - ... Lesmahagow. Trans. Edinburgh Geol. Soc., 1888, Vol. V, pp. 185-191. 51. Iwanoff, PP Die embryonale Entwicklung von Limulus moluccanus. Zool. Jahrbiicher, Abt. f. Anat., 1933, Vol. 56, pp. 163348. 78 Text-figures. Plates 1-3. Bibliography. 52. Johansson, Gosta. Beitrage zur Kenntnis der Morphologie und Entwicklung des Gehirns von Limulus polyphemus. Acta Zoologica, 1933, Vol. XIV, 100 pages, 45 Text-figures. 53. Karsch, F. Ueber ein neues Spinnenthier aus der Schlesischen Steinkohle und die Arachnoiden...
Seite 308 - ... T. and G. Lindstrom. On a Silurian Scorpion from Gotland. Kongl. Svenska Vetenskaps-Akad. Handlingar, 1885, Vol. 21, No. 9, pp. 1-33. Plate. 135. Valchon, Max. Recherches anatomiques et biologiques sur la reproduction et le developpement des Pseudoscorpiones. These. Fac. Sci. Paris, 1938, Ser. A., No. 1779, pp. 1-208. Figures 1-161. 136. Verluys, J. Die Kiemen von Limulus und die Lungen der Arachniden.
Seite 134 - I assume to be the poison-gland. The segments resemble the fourth and fifth segments of Compsoscorpius elongatus. The fourth is square, 2.8 by 2.8 mm., the fifth is 5.0 mm. long and 2.8 mm. wide. This would mean that the total length of the scorpion to which the piece in question belonged was only a little greater than that of the type of C. elongatus. 2. Order PSEUDOSCORPIONES (Chelonethi) There are no representatives of this order in the Palaeozoic. Whether their absence is due to their belated...
Seite 180 - Cocoon either carried by the female holding it with her chelicerae, or if attached to the spinnerets then hemispherical in shape Family PISAURIDAE. * Upper claws with few teeth. Inferior claw smooth or with a single claw. Integuments usually with simple hair. Legs shorter, prograde without exception. Cocoon globular, carried by the female attached to her spinnerets. Posterior row of eyes usually so strongly recurved that the arrangement of the eyes may he said to be in three rows, in which case the...

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