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" ... lower jaw — which distinguishes genera presenting such wide differences in the most important of their vital organs. The larger of the two stomachs which formed the subjects of Professor Owen's examination was taken from a full-grown female Entellus... "
The Penny Cyclopaedia of the Society for the Diffussion of Useful Knowledge - Página 220
1841
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American Natural History ...: Pt. I.--Mastology, Volumen2

John Davidson Godman - 1831
...about nine inches long, being nearly of the length of the body, which measures about twelve inches from the end of the nose to the root of the tail . The powerful odour of musk renders the flesh of the musk-rat of little value, and few can eat it....
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The Book of Nature:: Embracing a Condensed Survey of the Animal ..., Volumen1

1834 - 278 páginas
...about nine inches long, being nearly of the length of the body, which measures about twelve inches from the end of the nose to the root of the tail. The powerful odour of musk renders the flesh of the musk-rat of little value, and few can eat it The...
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Penny Cyclopaedia of the Society for the Diffusion of Useful ..., Volúmenes21-22

1841
...; and the Professor does not omit to notice how slight is the essential zoological character — an additional tubercle on the last molar of the lower.... .038 Professor Owen states that this stomach may be regarded as consisting of three divisions: — 1st, a cardiac pouch, with smooth and simple parietes,...
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Penny Cyclopaedia of the Society for the Diffusion of Useful Knowledge

1841
...subjects of Professor Owen's examination was taken from a full-grown female Entellus Monkey (Semnnpithccus Entellus, F. Cuv.) which measured from the end of...Smallest circumference (at about two inches from the pylorut) . . .038 Professor Owen stales that this stomach maybe regarded as consisting of three divisions:...
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The Penny Cyclopædia of the Society for the Diffusion of Useful Knowledge ...

1841
...Owen's examination was taken from a full-crown female Rntelhis Monkey (Semnopithfícus lf.nlellus, F. Cuv.) which measured from the end of the nose to...admeasurements of the stomach, distended and dried, were — ?t. In. Lin. Length along the »realer curvature beginning at the left extremity . .270 Length...
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Report of the Secretary of War, Communicating, in Answer to a Resolution of ...

United States. Army. Corps of Topographical Engineers - 1848 - 132 páginas
...species of solance. I measured to-day the skin of a panther, felis. coucolor, that was 6| feet in length from the end of the nose to the root of the tail. It had been killed on the Canadian by the Kioways. I also examined some skins of the grey and white...
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Notes of a Military Reconnaissance: From Fort Leavenworth, in Missouri, to ...

United States. Army. Corps of Topographical Engineers, William Hemsley Emory - 1848 - 614 páginas
...species of solanre. I measured to-day the skin of a panther, felis coucolor, that was 6J feet in length from the end of the nose to the root of the tail. It had been killed on the Canadian by the Kioways. I also examined some skins of the grey and white...
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Proceedings

Zoological Society of London - 1857
...tragus semiorbicular. Wings large and dark brown. The fur everywhere soft, fine, and rusty brown. Length from the end of the nose to the root of the tail 2 inches. Length of the tail 1 A „ Expanse of wings 10^ „ Fam. NOCTILIONINA. Genus MYSTACINA, Gray....
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The National Magazine: Devoted to Literature, Art, and Religion, Volumen11

Abel Stevens, James Floy - 1857
...in 176S to 1772. The Zerda is only about two thirds the height of an ordinary fox, and its length, from the end of the nose to the root of the tail, is aboui ten inches. Its general physiognomy is also that of the fox, but it has one peculiarity, its...
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The Proceedings of the Scientific Meetings of the Zoological Society of London

1870
...unhealthy circumstances to which they are subjected in captivity. The weight of the animal was 9| Ibs. It measured from the end of the nose to the root of the tail 24" ; the tail was I 7" long without the hair, or, to the end of the hairy tip, 1 !) V'. These dimensions,...
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