2 edition of A nomenclatural index to A history of the British marine Polyzoa found in the catalog.
A nomenclatural index to A history of the British marine Polyzoa
J. S. Ryland
Bibliography: p. 248-260.
|Statement||by T. Hincks (1880), by J. S. Ryland.|
|Series||British Museum (Natural History)|
|Contributions||Hincks, Thomas, fl. 1782-1783.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||260|
In he issued his 'History of the British Marine Polyzoa' (London, 2 vols. 8vo), the best general monograph on marine polyzoa in any language. Hincks's monographs were the ripe results of independent and accurate observation ranging over the whole area of the subject treated. These and other passages clearly show that Thompson used the term ‘polyzoa’ as the name of a colonial animal exhibiting a distinct type of structure and hitherto confounded with hydroid polypes (for the discussion of Thompson's meaning of polyzoa see Hinck's British Marine Polyzoa, i. ). There is no complete list of Vaughan Thompson's works.
Flustra foliacea is a species of bryozoans found in the northern Atlantic Ocean. It is a colonial animal that is frequently mistaken for a seaweed. Colonies begin as encrusting mats, and only produce loose fronds after their first year of growth. They may reach 20 cm (8 in) long, and smell like : Gymnolaemata. Society for the History of Natural History , 25, Bibliographical descriptions and dating of the original parts and consolidated volumes of H. T. Stainton’s A Manual of British Butterflies and Moths, with dating and combined .
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Ryland JS () A nomenclatural index to “A History of the British Marine Polyzoa” by T. Hincks (). Bull Brit Mus (Nat Hist) Zool – Google Scholar Ryland JS () Convergent colonial organization and reproductive function in two bryozoan species epizoic on gastropod by: 1.
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GEORGE BUSK, F.R.S. LONDON: PRINTED BY OEDER OF THE TRUSTEES. pnixTr.i) i;i- tayi^or a.\d fraxi'is KED LION COUilT. FLEhT STREET. PREFACE. The Third Part of the ' Catalogue of Marine Polyzoa ' has been pre- pared by Mr. George Busk, F.R.S., the Author of the two preceding Parts, which contain an account of the Chilostomatous Polyzoa.
Hincks T () A history of the British marine Polyzoa. van Voorst, London Horowitz AS () Listing of Recent ctenostome bryozoan species. Version of 23 July A History of the British Marine Polyzoa, A nomenclatural index to “A History of the British Marine list of species studied Three major aspects that distinguish this book are that (1) it.
Part 2. Hippothoidea–Celleporoidea. Synopses of the British Fauna, New Series 1– Hincks T. A History of the British Marine Polyzoa, 2 vols. van Voorst, London. d’Hondt J.-L. Bryozoaires récoltés par la «Thalassa» dans le Golfe de Gascogne (Campagnes de à ).
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Since my first paper, “A Review of the Family Diastoporidæ for the purpose of Classification”, was written, a very important book has been published, namely ‘A History of British Marine Polyzoa,’ by the Rev.
Thomas Hincks. In this work the classification adopted by Prof. Busk in his Monograph of the Fossil Polyzoa of the Crag,and also in his British-Museum Catalogue, part by: 3. J.S.
RylandA nomenclatural index to “A history of the British marine Polyzoa” by T. Hincks () Bull. Nat. Hist. Mus. (Zool.), 17 (), pp. Google ScholarCited by: Abereiddy is now a deep, fully saline marine basin which, at low water, is 66 m across from north to south with a surface area of ha and a maximum depth of 24 m.
In this situation it has been possible to observe sublittoral rocky sea-bed communities in an extremely sheltered area through a summer thermocline and associated by: INTRODUCTION. Various authors during the last century (Johnston, ; Hincks,) and more recently (D.
Eggleston, unpublished†) have recorded a number of species as epizoites on the perennial bryozoan Flustra foliacea (L.) (Table 1); but the ecology of the ‘community’ (Hedgpeth, ) of epizoites and their interaction with the living substratum has never been by: of A history of the British marine Polyzoa (Hincks ) may be found Van Voorst s advertisement headed Books of uniform character with Mr.
Hincks s History of the Marine Polyzoa, which refers on the verso to The aquarium, Second Edition (without the Plates), 7s.6d. (the original issue of the second edition was priced at 17 shillings). Ryland JS () A nomenclatural index to “A History of the British marine Polyzoa” by T.
Hinks (). Bull Br Mus Nat Hist [Zool] – Google ScholarCited by:. A review of the British ascophoran cheilostomes has revealed several instances of synonymic confusion, and necessitated the introduction of two new generic names.
Porelloides gen. nov. is instituted for two species formerly included in Porella, with P. laevis (Fleming) as type species, and Phaceostachys gen. nov. is introduced for Lepralia Cited by: 6.Volume 23 Issue18 November Sign up for the Nature Briefing newsletter — what matters in science, free to your inbox daily.Hincks was elected a Fellow of the Royal Society of London in for noteworthy contributions to natural history.
Foremost among his publications in science were A history of the British hydroid zoophytes () and A history of the British marine Polyzoa ().
Hincks named 24 families, 52 genera and species and subspecies of invertebrates, Cited by: 3.