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" ... invisible. These animals are of a great variety of shapes and sizes, and in such prodigious numbers, that, in a short time, the whole surface of the rock appears to be alive and in motion. The most common... "
La Belle Assemblée - Página 56
1818
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The Island World of the Pacific: Being ... Travel Through the Sandwich Or ...

Henry Theodore Cheever - 1851 - 406 páginas
...time the whole surface of the rock appears to be alive and in motion. The most common of the worms was in the form of a star, with arms from four to six inches long, which it moved about with a rapid motion in all directions, probably in search of food. Others were so sluggish,...
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The World of Waters, Or, A Peaceful Progress O'er the Unpathed Sea

Mrs Fanny Osborne - 1852 - 363 páginas
...such prodigious numbers, that, in a short time, the whole surface of the rock appears to be alive and in motion. The most common worm is in the form of...with a rapid motion, in all directions, probably to catch food. Others are so sluggish, that they may be mistaken for pieces of rock ; and are generally...
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The Schoolmate, Volumen4

A. R. Phippen - 1854
...in motion. "The most common of the worms at Loo-Choo (an island in the Pacific, east of China) was in the form of a star, with arms from four to six inches long, which it moved about with a rapid motion in all directions, probably in search of food. Others were so sluggish...
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The Microscope: Its History, Construction, and Applications

Jabez Hogg - 1854 - 457 páginas
...appears to be alive and in motion. The most common form is that of a star, with arms, or tentacula, which are moved about with a rapid motion in all directions, probably to catch food. Others are so sluggish, that they may be mistaken for pieces of the rock, and are generally...
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LIFE IN THE SANDWICH ISLANDS: OR THE HEART OF THE PACIFIC AS IT WAS AND IS.

REV. HENRY T. CHEEVER - 1856
...time the whole surface of the rock appears to be alive and in motion. The most common of the worms was in the form of a star, with arms from four to six inches long, which it moved about with a rapid motion in all directions, probably in search of food. Others were so sluggish,...
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Outlines of Physical Geography

George William Fitch - 1856 - 225 páginas
...motion. 62. " The most common of the worms at Loo-Choo (on Island in the Pacific east of China), was in the form of a star, with arms from four to six inches long, which it moved about with a rapid motion in all directions, probably in search of food. Others were so sluggish,...
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The Microscope

Jabez Hogg - 1856 - 457 páginas
...appears to be alive and in motion. The most common form is that of a star, with arms, or tentacles, which are moved about with a rapid motion in all directions, probably to catch food. Others are so sluggish, that they may be mistaken for pieces of the rock, and are generally...
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Outlines of Physical Geography

George William Fitch - 1856 - 225 páginas
...motion. 62. " The most common of the worms at Loo-Choo (an island in the Pacific east of China), was in the form of a star, with arms from four to six inche? long, which it moved about with a rapid motion in all directions, probably in search of focd....
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Outlines of Physical Geography

George William Fitch - 1856 - 225 páginas
...motion. C2. " The most common of the worms at Loo-Choo (an island in the Pacific cast of China), was in the form of a star, with arms from four to six inchc? long, which it moved about with a rapid motion in all directions, probably in search of food....
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Animal and vegetable substances used in the arts and manufactures ...

Thomas Edward Dexter - 1857
...be animalized at all. The most common form of the insect is that of a star^ with arms or tentacula, which are moved about with a rapid motion in all directions, probably to catch food. Others are so sluggish, that they may generally be mistaken for pieces of rock, and are...
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