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RECENTLY some colonies of a tubularian hydroid were submitted to the British Museum (Natural History) by Dr. S. Markowski. The colonies were found attached to a rope at the intake of Cliff Quay Power… (More)
A Natural History of Inhaca Island, MocambiqueEdited by Dr. William Macnae and Dr. Margaret Kalk. Pp. v + 163 + 11 plates. (Johannesburg: Witwatersrand University Press, 1958.) 42s.
THE difficulties of the satisfactory disposal of the pulverized fuel waste from power station boilers, often referred to as fly ash, is world wide. In Britain the problem is particularly acute,… (More)
Précis de ZoologiePar Prof. Pierre-P. Grassé, Prof. Raymond A. Poisson et Prof. Odette Tuzet. Tome 1: Invertébrés. Pp. viii + 920. (Paris: Masson et Cie., 1961.) Broché85 NF.; Cartonné toile 95 NF.
Dangerous Marine AnimalsBy Bruce W. Halstead. Pp. x + 146. (Cambridge, Maryland: Cornell University Press; London: Putnam and Co., Ltd., 1959.) 4 dollars; 30s.
LAST year, when considering evolutionary trends in capitate hydroids and medusæ1, I was astonished by the remarkable similarity between some of these forms (Euphysa hydroids and Sarsia medusæ) and… (More)
The Structure and Distribution of Coral ReefsBy Charles Darwin. Originally published 1842. Pp. xii + 214 + 3 plates. (Berkeley and Los Angeles: University of California Press; London: Cambridge… (More)