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Academy of Natural Sciences
Proceedings of The Academy of Natural Sciences (Part I -- Jan.-Apr., 1878
Contents: Boring of Corollas from the outside by Honey Bees; Cerebral Convolutions of the Negro Brain; Habits and Intelligence of Vespa maculata; The Mode of Recognition among Ants; Notes on the Natural History of Fort Macon, N.C., and vicinity; Descriptions of new species of Invertebrate Fossils from the Carboniferous and Upper Silurian Rocks of Illinois and Indiana; Note on Calycanthus floridus; Distinctive Characters of Teeth; Foliaceous Sepals in Hepatica; On Citrine or Yellow Quartz; On the Alkali of the Plains in Bridger Valley, Wyoming Territory; On the Mechanical Genesis of Tooth-Forms; On the Association of Grossularite, Zoisite, Heulandite, and Leidyite -- a New Mineral; Additions to Mr. Cooke’s paper on “The Valsei of the United States”; Notes on the North American Caridea in the Museum of the Peabody Academy of Sciences at Salem, Mass.; A Hippopotamus Tusk; On Amoeba; Black Barite from Derbyshire; A Louse of the Pelican; Expansive Force of Root Growth; The Electric Constitution of the Solar System; Toilet Habits of Ants; Notes on Acer rubrum; The Basilica Spider and her Snare; Note on the probable geographical distribution of a spider by the trade winds; Vegetative Repetition of Cerebral Fissures. Illus.
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