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Zoological Researches, and illustrations; or, natural history of nondescript or imperfectly known animals, in a series of memoirs, illustrated by numerous figures
Thompson, J.V. (1828-1834). Zoological Researches, and illustrations; or, natural history of nondescript or imperfectly known animals, in a series of memoirs, illustrated by numerous figures. Vol. I. Part I. Printed for King and Ridings: Cork. 110 + VI, XI, III, VI plates pp.

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  • Thompson, J.V. (1968). Zoological Researches, and illustrations; or, natural history of nondescript or imperfectly known animals, in a series of memoirs, illustrated by numerous figures. Facsimile with an introduction by Alwyne Wheeler. Sherborn Fund Facsimile, 2. Society for the Bibliography of Natural History: London. (vi), 110 + VI, XI, III, VI plates pp., more

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  • Thompson, J.V. (1828). On the Metamorphoses of the Crustacea, and on Zoea, exposing their singular structure and demonstrating that they are not, as has been supposed, a peculiar Genus, but the Larva of Crustacea!!, in: Thompson, J.V. (1828-1834). Zoological Researches, and illustrations; or, natural history of nondescript or imperfectly known animals, in a series of memoirs, illustrated by numerous figures. pp. 1-11, plates I-II, more
  • Thompson, J.V. (1828). On the Genus Mysis, or Opossum Shrimp, in: Thompson, J.V. (1828-1834). Zoological Researches, and illustrations; or, natural history of nondescript or imperfectly known animals, in a series of memoirs, illustrated by numerous figures. pp. 13-31, plates III-IIII, more
  • Thompson, J.V. (1829). On the Luminosity of the Ocean, with descriptions of some remarkable species of Luminous Animals (Pyrosoma pigmaea and Sapphirina indicator) and particularly of the four new genera, Nocticula, Cynthia, Lucifer and Podopsis, of the Shizopodae, in: Thompson, J.V. (1828-1834). Zoological Researches, and illustrations; or, natural history of nondescript or imperfectly known animals, in a series of memoirs, illustrated by numerous figures. pp. 37-61, plates V-VIII, more
  • Thompson, J.V. (1829). Addenda to Memoir I. On the metamorphoses of the Crustacea, in: Thompson, J.V. (1828-1834). Zoological Researches, and illustrations; or, natural history of nondescript or imperfectly known animals, in a series of memoirs, illustrated by numerous figures. pp. 63-65, plate VIII, more
  • Thompson, J.V. (1829). Addendum to Memoir II. On Mysis, in: Thompson, J.V. (1828-1834). Zoological Researches, and illustrations; or, natural history of nondescript or imperfectly known animals, in a series of memoirs, illustrated by numerous figures. pp. 66, more
  • Thompson, J.V. (1830). On the Cirripedes or Barnacles; demonstrating their deceptive character; the extraordinary Metamorphosis they undergo, and the Class of Animals to which they indisputably belong, in: Thompson, J.V. (1828-1834). Zoological Researches, and illustrations; or, natural history of nondescript or imperfectly known animals, in a series of memoirs, illustrated by numerous figures. pp. 69-82, plates IX-X, more
  • Thompson, J.V. (1830). Addendum on Nebalia, in: Thompson, J.V. (1828-1834). Zoological Researches, and illustrations; or, natural history of nondescript or imperfectly known animals, in a series of memoirs, illustrated by numerous figures. pp. 83-88, plate XI, more
  • Thompson, J.V. (1830). On Polyzoa, a new animal discovered as an inhabitant of some Zoophites - with a description of the newly instituted Genera of Pedicellaria and Vesicularia, and their Species, in: Thompson, J.V. (1828-1834). Zoological Researches, and illustrations; or, natural history of nondescript or imperfectly known animals, in a series of memoirs, illustrated by numerous figures. pp. 89-102, plates I-III, more
  • Thompson, J.V. (1834). Developement of Artemis salinus, or Brine Shrimp; demonstrative of its relationship to Branchipus and the other Crustaceous Phyllopoda, and to those enigmatical Fossils, the apparently eyeless Trilobites... with a new species of Artemis and of Apus, in: Thompson, J.V. (1828-1834). Zoological Researches, and illustrations; or, natural history of nondescript or imperfectly known animals, in a series of memoirs, illustrated by numerous figures. pp. 103-110, plates I-VI, more

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