Catalogue of the Palæozoic Plants in the Department of Geology and Palæontology, British Museum (Natural History).

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Page 263 - PORTLOCK.- REPORT ON THE GEOLOGY OF THE COUNTY of LONDONDERRY, and of Parts of Tyrone and Fermanagh, examined and described under the Authority of the Master-General and Board of Ordnance. By JE PORTLOCK, FRS &c.
Page 261 - Illustrations of Fossil Plants ; being an Autotype Reproduction of Selected Drawings prepared under the supervision of the late Dr. Lindley and Mr. W. Hutton between the years 1835 & 1840 and now for the first time published by the North of England Institute of Mining $• Mechanical Engineers.
Page 259 - VOYAGE SCIENTIFIQUE DANS L'ALTAÏ ORIENTAL et les parties adjacentes de la frontière de Chine.
Page 256 - Paris. Bulletin de la Société géologique de France. Paris. Bulletin de la Société Roumaine de Géologie.
Page 255 - Le terrain houiller du Nord de la France et ses végétaux fossiles.
Page 221 - ... very astute observer, and I may therefore, I think, range him on the side of those who failed to see any reason for the splitting of our commonest Lepidodendron into two species. Mr.
Page 79 - France, 3e u^r., vol. xiii., p. 140, pi. viii., fig. 4. drawn. In the plate the pinna} are represented as being of almost equal width throughout their whole length, and abruptly terminated by an odd leaflet. In the specimen which is preserved in the " Hutton Collection," the apices of all the pinnae are broken off, hence their termination, as represented in the plate (which is about two-thirds natural size), are purely imaginary. The drawing of the pinnules is also incorrect, the plant being, in...
Page 161 - The specimen now described is unquestionably not a Lomatophloios, but a true Lepidodendron." In describing his specimen, he says further (p. 468), that at the lower portion of the branch the leaf -scars have exactly the same form as those of /. selayinoides and L.
Page 258 - Die Leitpflanzen des Rothliegenden und des Zechsteingebirges oder der permischen Formation in Sachsen.

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