Journal of the Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia
Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia, 1834
List of members, 1812-1848 (1 p. 1., 8 p.) inserted in 2d series volume 1.
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acute acutis Alabama allied American animal appearance base beaks beneath body borders branches broad brown calyx caule character Claiborne closely coast colour Columbia common corolla covered dark described distinct ears eight elevated entire existing extremity feet five floribus flowers foliis four genus give gray habits hairs half hare head impressed inches incisors Inhabits iron laciniis larger lateral leaves Length Lepus less lines Locality longer margin marshes middle minute narrow natural nearly North northern numerous oblique oblong observed obtuse occurs petals plant Plate portion possess posterior preceding present probably prominent pubescent rays remarkable resembles ribs river root rounded seeds seen segments Shell short side slender slightly smooth sources species specimens spiral stem striæ surface tail teeth terminal thick upper valve whole whorls winter yellow yellowish young
Стр. 114 - Tombeckbee, is situated on a bluff of the same, about one hundred feet in height; but the eocene appears a short distance north of it, separated from the secondary by a strip of alluvial soil. Here, however, the two upper strata only are visible, the superior bed of limestone being but a few feet in thickness, whilst at Claiborne the corresponding one is about forty-five feet thick. The arenaceous stratum is precisely similar to that of Claiborne, but the fossils are not so well preserved, and are...
Стр. 114 - ... height; but the eocene appears a short distance north of it, separated from the secondary by a strip of alluvial soil. Here, however, the two upper strata only are visible, the superior bed of limestone being but a few feet in thickness, whilst at Claiborne the corresponding one is about forty-five feet thick. The arenaceous stratum is precisely similar to that of Claiborne, but the fossils are not so well preserved, and are chalky and friable. We know of no locality west of this, in Alabama...
Стр. 270 - ... instance, a lad of eight or nine years old, was carried upward and onward with the wind, a distance of several hundred yards ; and particularly that he afterwards descended in safety, being prevented from a violent fall by the upward forces, within the range of which he still continued. In connection with these and similar facts, it seems impossible to doubt that the greatest violence of action was in an upward and easterly direction.
Стр. 391 - SAY. — Brownish cinereous above; beneath cinereous; teeth blackish; tail short, of moderate thickness. Body above brownish cinereous, beneath cinereous; head elongated; eyes and ears concealed; whiskers long, the longest nearly attaining the back of the head; nose naked emarginate; front teeth black, lateral ones piceous; feet whitish, fivetoed; nails prominent, acute, white; tail short, subcylindric, of moderate thickness, slightly thicker in the middle, whitish beneath.
Стр. 294 - It seeks the sides of hills, where the wind prevents the snow from lodging deeply, and where, even in the winter, it can procure the berries of the alpine arbutus, the bark of some dwarf willows, or the evergreen leaves of the Labrador tea -plant (ledum)*.
Стр. 311 - English rabbit, and even retreated from the attacks of the gray rabbit ; but they now stood their ground, and engaged in fierce combats with the other prisoners confined with them, and generally came off victorious. They stamped with their feet, used their teeth and claws to a fearful purpose, and in the fight, tore off patches of skin, and mutilated the ears of their former persecutors, till they were left in undisturbed possession of the premises ! The males did not evince the vicious propensity...
Стр. 348 - ... fine fur, not quite so long as on the other parts of the body; the body is covered with a deep, fine, soft, close fur. The colours here described are those which the animal assumes from the middle of April to the middle of November...
Стр. 269 - ... to the western slope of the roof some counteracting tendency, or relieve it from some portion of the upward pressure. Had there been no other facts to show the powerful rushing of currents upward, the above would, it is conceived, have been sufficient to settle the question, but taken in connection with the circumstance that roofs so removed, were carried to a great height, and their fragments distributed over a large extent along the subsequent path of the storm, that beds and other furniture...
Стр. 234 - Shell sub-elliptical, ventricose, with numerous prominent, slightly undulated, concentric striae ; a slight furrow extends from beak to base ; posterior side with radiating striae ; obsolete or wanting on the posterior slope; umbo prominent; posterior side short; cardinal tooth very erect, dilated, bi-marginate.
Стр. 348 - ... the belly, breast, and inner part of the legs and thighs are white, with a light shade of lead colour : the tail is round and bluntly pointed, covered with white, soft, fine fur, not quite so long as on the other parts of the body : the body is covered with a deep, fine, soft, close fur. The...