5 edition of The Rotifera or wheel-animalcules found in the catalog.
|Statement||by C. T. Hudson assisted by P. H. Gosse.|
|Contributions||Gosse, Philip Henry, 1810-1888, joint author.|
|The Physical Object|
The peculiar characteristics of the bog mass habitat are described, and the book introduces the natural history and ecological interrelationships of the microscopic organisms, focusing in particular on the more obvious and elegant groups: the desmids, doatoms, shelled amoebae and rotifers or wheel animalcules/5(3). On the phylogenetic position of Rotifera — have we come any further? Hydrobiologia 11– Segers, H. Annotated checklist of the rotifers (Phylum Rotifera), with notes on nomenclature, taxonomy and distribution. Zootaxa 1– PDF. Segers, H. Phylum Rotifera Cuvier, Pp – In Zhang, Z.-Q. (ed.)
Discover Life's page about the biology, natural history, ecology, identification and distribution of Rotifera - Rotifers, Wheel animalcules -- Discover Life The name "rotifer" comes from the Latin word meaning "wheel-bearer," referring to the crown of cilia around the mouth of the rotifer. The nomenclature of the Rotifera: annotated checklist of valid family- and genus-group names Journal/Book Name, Vol. No.: Journal of Natural History, vol. 36, no. 6Biological classification: Phylum.
The Picture Library website of the Royal Society. Natural history studies of rotifers, or ‘wheel animalcules’ here styled Vorticella rotatoria, under accompanying text states that “The first figure represents a full-grown specimen, the second the same when young”. The Rotifera; Or, Wheel-Animalcules, Both British and Foreign Volume 1. C T Hudson ==========================๑۩๑========================== Author: C T Hudson.
Excerpt from The Rotifera; Or Wheel-Animalcules: Both British and Foreign; Supplement IT was originally intended that the two volumes of the 'rotifera' should contain all the. Foreign, as well as all the British species; but, while the work was being written, so many new British forms were discovered, that want of space compelled the authors to omit all but a few of the more remarkable foreign : C.
Hudson. Excerpt from The Rotifera; Or Wheel-Animalcules: Both British and Foreign; Supplement IT was originally intended that the two volumes of the 'rotifera' should contain all s: 0. The Rotifera: or wheel-animalcules [C.
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Rotifers can be found in many freshwater environments and in moist soil, where they inhabit the thin films of water that are formed around soil particles.
The habitat of rotifers may include still water environments, such as lake bottoms, as well as flowing water environments, such as rivers or streams.
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Hudson, P. Gosse. The Rotifera or wheel-animalcules by Hudson, C. (Charles Thomas), ; Gosse, Philip Henry,joint author. 'The Rotifera or Wheel-Animalcules' is a substantial two volume work by C.
Hudson & P. Gosse, describing British species. Volumes I & II were completed before P. Gosse's death in and a Volume III supplement published in added foreign Rotifera and updated the findings of new British forms since the original publications.
The Rotifera; or Wheel-Animalcules. Vol. I: Text; Vol. II: Plates by Hudson, C.t.; Gosse, Philip Henry at Pemberley Books. The Rotifera: or, Wheel-animalcules / By. Hudson, C. (Charles Thomas), Gosse, Philip Henry, Publication Details. London:Longmans, Green, Holding Institution.
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Free 2-day shipping. Buy The Rotifera: Or, Wheel-Animalcules at nd: Philip Henry Gosse. The Rotifera, or "Wheel-animalcules," constitute a very natural group, the exact position of which has been a good deal disputed, and is still doubtful. They are looked upon here as a distinct division of the Scolecida ; but they are very frequently placed with the Annelida amongst the next division 6f the Annulosa (Anar-thropoda).
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(Charles Thomas), Rotifera or wheel-animalcules. London, Longmans, Green. The rotifers (from Latin rota "wheel" and -fer "bearing"), commonly called wheel animals or wheel animalcules, make up a phylum (Rotifera) of microscopic and near-microscopic pseudocoelomate animals.
They were first described by Rev. John Harris inand other forms were described by Antonie van Leeuwenhoek in Clade: Gnathifera. Practically all the Wheel Animalcules or Rotifers are inhabitants of fresh water, and they are found in any type of water, from that of puddles and rain gutters to large lakes.
All the species are microscopic, though the larger ones, which may be 2 mm. long, are visible to the naked eye as small whitish or pinkish : Helen Mellanby.
However, most animal phyla are represented, including Platyhelminthes (flat worms), Nemertea (ribbon worms), Rotifera (wheel animalcules), Gastrotricha (Figure 2), Kinorhyncha, Annelida (segmented worms) and various Arthropoda such as mites and Collembola (spring tails).
Rarer meiofaunal animals include an occasional cnidarian (hydroid), a few. The rotifers (from Latin rota “wheel” and -fer “bearing”), commonly called wheel animals  or wheel animalcules, make up a phylum (Rotifera) of microscopic and near-microscopic pseudocoelomate animals.
They were first described by Rev. John Harris inand other forms were described by Antonie van Leeuwenhoek in Clade: Gnathifera. The Rotifera or wheel-animalcules #1 Post by Johann» Tue am Wanted to share this awesome find - Came across these 2 books at a local second hand book store.Contributions to The History of The Rotifera, or Wheel-Animalcules: The Flexible Creepers (Notommatina).
A rare original article from the Popular Science Review, Author Philip Henry Gosse Format/binding Disbound Book condition Used - Very Good Quantity available 1 Edition First Edition Publisher Robert Hardwicke Place of Publication London Date published Book Edition: First Edition.