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A586    Book:     Lindley, John. 1853. The vegetable kingdom; or, the structure, classification, and uses of plants, illustrated upon the natural system. 3d ed. London: Bradbury & Evans.   Text   Image
. Areschoug, the cells of this plant, when nearly ripe, contain a number of active spherical granules, which in the process of reproduction become elliptical, and are attached by their extremities, when an articulation is soon produced, so as to form pentagons or hexagons. Each granule becomes a cell of the new Uydrodictyon. (be Hydr. ntrie. di*9crtatio.) b by ttdi passage that the granules escape. At Ant they issue in a body, but soon those which remain, evimmtiKg in a much larger space, hare much
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A4    Book:     Rutherford, H. W., 1908. Catalogue of the library of Charles Darwin now in the Botany School, Cambridge. Compiled by H. W. Rutherford, of the University Library; with an Introduction by Francis Darwin. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.   Text   Image   PDF
. Journal. See Anthropological Review, 1863 . 42 Memoirs. Vols. 1, 3. 8vo. London, 1863 69. 42 Archiac (Le Vicomte d'). Histoire des progr s de la G ologie de 1834 1845. Tome 1er. 8vo. Paris, 1847. 107 Archiv f r Anthropologie. 1er Bd, 2tes Heft; 3er Bd, 3tes u. 4tes Heft. 4to. Braunschweig, 1866, 1869. Ne Areschoug (F. W. C.). Beitr ge zur Biologie der Holzgew chse. (Extr.) 4to. Lund, 1877. 44 Argyll (The Duke of). The Reign of Law. 8vo. London, 1867. 22 Primeval Man. 8vo. London, 1869. 114 Aristotle
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F1827    Periodical contribution:     Porter, D.M. 1987. Darwin's notes on Beagle plants. Bulletin of the British Museum (Natural History) Historical Series. Vol. 14(2): 145-233.   Text   Image   PDF
. Common. King George's Sound, Darwin, No. 3558. (v.s. in Herb. T.C.D.)'. Mounted on the same sheet as four other collections and a plate at TCD is 'King George Sound 3558. C. Darwin'. The sheet annotated: 'All specimens on this sheet are Metagoniolithon stelliferum (Lamarck) Weber-van Busse This includes the specimens C. Darwin 3558 Mrs. Mallard Port Phillip and ex Herb Areschoug, Port Phillip. S. Ducker 1/5/1979'. According to Ducker (1979), the correct name for the taxon is Metagoniolithon
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