3 edition of natural history of many curious and uncommon zoophytes found in the catalog.
natural history of many curious and uncommon zoophytes
|Statement||by the late John Ellis ... : systematically arranged and described by the late Daniel Solander ... ; with sixty-two [i.e. 63] plates engraven by principal artists.|
|Contributions||Solander, Daniel Charles, 1733-1782.|
|LC Classifications||QL379 .E47 1786, QL379 .E47 1786|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 208 p., 63 leaves of plates :|
|Number of Pages||208|
|LC Control Number||08021377|
In: Pax, F. Trans-Antarctic Expedition —, Scientific Reports. Animal Kingdom. Solander and Ellis undertook many scientific collaborations during their lives, publishing major works at the Royal Society. Solander, Londonand since then the species status of this bryozoan has been in dispute. Occasional Papers of the Allan Hancock Foundation 3: 1—
The natural history of many curious and uncommon zoophytes … clearly and finally established the animal nature of marine animals such as corals, gorgonians and starfish; permanently separating them from the taxonomy of marine plants. EdsHandbuch der Zoologie. To Which is added, the figure and botanical description of a new sensitive plant, called Dionaea muscipula: or, Venus 's fly -trap. Carl Linnaeus ruled Ellis: " They are still the mainstay of Natural History in England, because your attention is always focused on everything that reproduces these studies and promotes. The bibliography contained the full citations of the previously published review, as well as additional material.
Journal of Evolutionary Biology 14 1 : — Norton: London. Ray Society: London : i-xx, 1— Ellis Gives the Name of Gordonia.
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Tetraxonida and Cornacuspongida. Springer-Verlag: Berlin : 1— By John Ellis, Esq; F. Schweizerbarth'sche Verlagshandlung E. John Ellis to the Rev. On their return in Solander resumed his duties at the British Museum but also collaborated with Banks on the Florilegium.
Trans-Antarctic Expedition —, Scientific Reports. Banks' relationship with Robert Brown was more formal. Volume 55,pp.
In: Weber, M. Mol Ecol — CrossRef Google Scholar Ellis J, Solander D The natural history of many curious and uncommon zoophytes collected from various parts of the globe by the late John Ellis, systematically arranged and described by the late D.
Paleontographical Society. Ehrentaxon Carl Linnaeus named in his honor the kind Ellisia from the family of water -leaved plants Hydrophyllaceae. Studies on Hexactinellid Sponges. Sponge phylogeny, animal monophyly, and the origin of the nervous system: 18S rRNA evidence. I can never think of it without feeling a mortal pain.
DE University of Kansas Paleontological Contributions new series 7 : i-iv, 1—, pls 1— Report on the Sigmatotetraxonida collected by H. Heft I. Download preview PDF. Volume 53,pp. Bulletin of the Peabody Museum of Natural History 1— With the history of coffee dealt his last published work during his lifetime Historical Account of Coffee Fourth edition.
Sherwood, Gilbert and Piper: London : 1— These collections later formed the basis of Banks' Florilegium. Solander, Londonand since then the species status of this bryozoan has been in dispute. We acknowledge Javier Souto for collecting specimens in Portugal and taking measurements, and Matthew Dick for reading the manuscript.
His research into the plants and marine animals are characterized primarily by the use of the microscope. Part E, Archaeocyatha and Porifera.The natural history of many curious and uncommon zoophytes, collected from various parts of the globe.
B. White & son, London - posthumously with Daniel Solander in ; online Journal articles Observations on a Remarkable Coral -Line, in a Letter from Mr. John Ellis to the Rev. Thomas Birch, DD Secret. R. S. In: Philosophical Transactions. The natural history of many curious and uncommon zoophytes was the last major work done by both Ellis and Solander, with neither scientist living to see the completed publication.
It was finally published by Ellis’s daughter, Martha Watt with the financial support of Sir Joseph Banks in 4) John Ellis d. Diary of a Hangman 5) Ellis, John M.
(John Martin), Language, thought, and logic 6) Ellis, John L. (John Louis) Euchre: The Grandpa Lou Way 7) Ellis, John, [from old catalog] The natural history of many curious and uncommon zoophytes. The Natural History of many curious and uncommon Zoophytes, collected from various parts of the Globe.
Systematically arranged and described by the late Daniel Solander. 4.(Benjamin White & Son: London):pls His descriptions of zoophytes and meticulously-drawn engravings were outstanding, and he was made a fellow of the Royal Society inand awarded its Copely medal in We are pleased to offer this beautiful coral print from his final work, The Natural History of Many Uncommon & Curious Zoophytes, published posthumously in ELLIS, J.
& SOLANDER, D. The Natural History of many curious and uncommon Zoophytes, collected from various parts of the Globe. Systematically arranged and described by the late Daniel Solander. 4. (Benjamin White & Son: London): 1–, pls 1– Google ScholarCited by: