RM2AFJ0A5. Relics of primeval life, beginning of life in the dawn of geological time.
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RM2AFJ5MG. Relics of primeval life, beginning of life in the dawn of geological time. Amoeba. Actinophrys.From original sketches..
RM2AFJ02B. Relics of primeval life, beginning of life in the dawn of geological time. Date : 3 2044 107 341 802.
RM2AFJ74W. Relics of primeval life, beginning of life in the dawn of geological time. Canals of Eozoon. (After Mobius.) Finer Canals of Eozoon. (After Mobius.
RM2AFJ3FE. Relics of primeval life, beginning of life in the dawn of geological time. Fig. 52.—Acervuline Variety of Eozoon, Cote St. Pierre. (a) General form, half natural size. (3) Portion of cellular interior, magnified,showing the course of the tubuli..
RM2AFJ3JR. Relics of primeval life, beginning of life in the dawn of geological time. Fig. 52.—Acervuline Variety of Eozoon, Cote St. Pierre. (a) General form, half natural size. (3) Portion of cellular interior, magnified,showing the course of the tubuli.
RM2AFJ7A4. Relics of primeval life, beginning of life in the dawn of geological time. Fig. 41.—Comparison of Tubulate Wall and Prisms of Chrysotile inperspective. lation may have been misled by chrysotile veinswhen these fringe the laminae. Mobius, for instance,figures the true and false structure as if they werethe same. Protest should here be made against that mode.
RMRJ6NR9. Relics of primeval life [microform] : beginning of life in the dawn of geological time. Paleontology; Paléontologie. ^' /. Please note that these images are extracted from scanned page images that may have been digitally enhanced for readability - coloration and appearance of these illustrations may not perfectly resemble the original work.. Dawson, J. W. (John William), Sir, 1820-1899. New York; Toronto : F. H. Revell
RMRJ6MX7. Relics of primeval life [microform] : beginning of life in the dawn of geological time. Paleontology; Paléontologie. . Please note that these images are extracted from scanned page images that may have been digitally enhanced for readability - coloration and appearance of these illustrations may not perfectly resemble the original work.. Dawson, J. W. (John William), Sir, 1820-1899. New York; Toronto : F. H. Revell
RMRJ6P3B. Relics of primeval life [microform] : beginning of life in the dawn of geological time. Paleontology; Paléontologie. . Please note that these images are extracted from scanned page images that may have been digitally enhanced for readability - coloration and appearance of these illustrations may not perfectly resemble the original work.. Dawson, J. W. (John William), Sir, 1820-1899. New York; Toronto : F. H. Revell
RMRJ6N8E. Relics of primeval life [microform] : beginning of life in the dawn of geological time. Paleontology; Paléontologie. . Please note that these images are extracted from scanned page images that may have been digitally enhanced for readability - coloration and appearance of these illustrations may not perfectly resemble the original work.. Dawson, J. W. (John William), Sir, 1820-1899. New York; Toronto : F. H. Revell
RM2AFJARR. Relics of primeval life, beginning of life in the dawn of geological time. various associatedminerals. An extensive series of notes and cameratracings were made of all the appearances observed ;and of some of the more important structuresbeautiful drawings were executed by the late Mr.H. S. Smith, the then palaeontological draughtsmanof the Survey. The result of the whole investigationwas a firm conviction that the structure was organicand probably foraminiferal, and that it could bedistinguished from any merely mineral or crystallineforms occurring in these or other limestones. At this stag