Observations on some Belemnites and other Fossil Remains of Cephalopoda, discovered by Mr. Reginald Neville Mantell in the Oxford Clay near Trowbridge in Wiltshire. Received March 2, - Read March 23, 1848. Gideon MANTELL.

Observations on some Belemnites and other Fossil Remains of Cephalopoda, discovered by Mr. Reginald Neville Mantell in the Oxford Clay near Trowbridge in Wiltshire. Received March 2, - Read March 23, 1848.

4to, (171)-181, (1) pp. 3 plates, text leaves unopened. Recent cloth. "Mantell's youngest son, Reginald..., collected the... fossils from cuttings and excavations made in association with the laying of the Great Western Railway. They establish, contra Owen, that the belemnoteuthis and belemnite are distinct". Dean 202. Published in the Philosophical Transactions. Item #21570

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