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Title: Report on paleontology
Year: 1886 (1880s)
Authors: New Jersey Geological Survey Cook, George Hammell, 1818-1889
Publisher: Trenton, N.J.
Contributing Library: Cornell University Library
Digitizing Sponsor: MSN
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ata Mort. sp. (p. 177). 1<^1G8. 1, 2. Views of the opposite sides of a large specimen showing the general features. 3. Basal view of the same specimen showing the character of the umbilical cavity and the flattened callosity around it. Acad. Nat. Sci., Phila. 4. Enlargement of four of tlie ribs from the body volution. 5. A further enlargement of one rib to show the finer vertical striae. Plelrotomaria Tintonknsis Whitf. (p. 178). 7-9. Vertical, basal, front and lateral views of the specimen described, which I am inclined tothink is a European specimen. Collection at Columbia College. Pleurotrema solariformis Whitf. (p. 180). 10,11. Vertical and basal views of a large individual from Ihe collection of the Am. Mus. Nat. Hist., New York City.12,13. Lateral and basal views of one from the collection of Acad. Nat, Sci., Phila. Fig. 12 showing the casts of openings along the line of the slit,14. View of a third specimen of the species. 342 U. S. GEOLOGICAL SURVEY MOnOGRAPH yvlll PLATE XX
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SCALARIID/E AND PLEUROTOMARIID/E OF THE MIDDLE BED GREENSAND MARLS. PLATE XXIII. EXPLANATION OF PLATE XXIlL Caricella plicata Whitf. (p. 182).Pigs. 1,2. Views of the opposite sides of tlie specimen described. Pledrotoma Farmingdalensis Whitf. (p. 185).3,4. Two views of the type specimen showing all there is preserved of the cast. Tdrritblla pumilla Gabb (p. 187).5,6. Two views of a specimen presumed to be of this species. Acad. Nat. Sci., Fhila. Pleurotomakia Brittoni Whitf. (p. 188).7-9. Lateral, vertical, and basal views of the only cast observed. ROSTELLITES BICONICUS Whitf. (p. 183). 10,11. Two views of a large characteristic specimen, showing the features of the aperture verydistinctly. Bulla coNicfA Whitf. (p. 189).12,13. Two views of a very perfect cast from Shark River. Collection of Columbia College. Volutoderma intermedia Whitf. (p. 184). 14. Front view of the best cast observed, showing the three plications. 15. Outline of a fragment showing the imprint of the exterior surf
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