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A752    Beagle Library:     Byron, George Anson. 1826. Voyage of H.M.S. Blonde to the Sandwich Islands, in the years 1824-1825. London: John Murray.   Text
agitated; in others, it seemed as if it had been swept into huge waves. Here and there it was rent into deep crevices coated with iron rust, and filled up with salt water. Far * Amblyrhyncus Cristatus described by Bell from a specimen brought to Europe by Mr. Bullock among his Mexican curiosities. Mr. B. did not state the spot where it was found: probably on the Pacific shore. [page] 9
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A752    Beagle Library:     Byron, George Anson. 1826. Voyage of H.M.S. Blonde to the Sandwich Islands, in the years 1824-1825. London: John Murray.   Text
Abingdon Island, and sent boats in the morning to hunt for terrapin, but owing to the strong west-north-west current they could not land. * Brown sea-guana, an amblyrhyncus, which at first the editor supposed might be the female of the black one, but on comparison the two animals appear so different as to induce the belief that they are distinct species. The measurement of a brown one, brought home by one of the lieutenants, is as follows: Length from the nose to the tail, one foot seven inches
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A761.09    Beagle Library:     Cuvier, Georges. 1827-35. The animal kingdom arranged in conformity with its organization. With additional descriptions of all the species hitherto named, and of many not before noticed, by Edward Griffith and others. 16 vols. London: Geo. B. Whittaker. Volume 9: Reptilia.   Text
tail, of Carolina. (Ig. cychlura, Cuv.) Is destitute, like the preceding two, of a large plate under the ear, and small spines on the neck; but * I suspect the Amblyrhyncus criitatus, Bell. Zool. Journ. I. Sup. pi. xiiL, to be an individual, badly preserved, of my Ig. nudicollis. [page] 13
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A761.09    Beagle Library:     Cuvier, Georges. 1827-35. The animal kingdom arranged in conformity with its organization. With additional descriptions of all the species hitherto named, and of many not before noticed, by Edward Griffith and others. 16 vols. London: Geo. B. Whittaker. Volume 9: Reptilia.   Text
. Harlan (An. of Se. Nat. de Philad. iv. pl. 4) calls cychlura carinata; but then, as in the amblyrhyncus, there must be some error relative to the palatine teeth. I am satisfied that these teeth exist in all my iguanas. [page] 13
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A761.17    Beagle Library:     Cuvier, Georges. 1827-35. The animal kingdom arranged in conformity with its organization. With additional descriptions of all the species hitherto named, and of many not before noticed, by Edward Griffith and others. 16 vols. London: Geo. B. Whittaker. Volume 17.   Text
tail, of Carolina. (Ig. cychlura, Cuv.) Is destitute, like the preceding two, of a large plate under the ear, and small spines on the neck; but * I suspect the Amblyrhyncus cristatus, Bell. Zool. Journ. I. Sup. pl. xiii., to be an individual, badly preserved, of my Ig. nudicollis. [page] 13
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A761.17    Beagle Library:     Cuvier, Georges. 1827-35. The animal kingdom arranged in conformity with its organization. With additional descriptions of all the species hitherto named, and of many not before noticed, by Edward Griffith and others. 16 vols. London: Geo. B. Whittaker. Volume 17.   Text
. Harlan (An. of Se. Nat. de Philad. iv. pl. 4) calls cychlura carinata; but then, as in the amblyrhyncus, there must be some error relative to the palatine teeth. I am satisfied that these teeth exist in all my iguanas. [page] 13
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