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Statistique des pêches maritimes - Année 1879 ArchiMer
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Ano: 1880 URL: http://archimer.ifremer.fr/doc/00162/27307/25535.pdf
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La pisciculture fluviale et maritime en France. Culture de l'écrevisse et des sangsues. L'ostréiculture en France ArchiMer
Pizzetta, Jules.
De nos jours encore, les produits de la pêche sont en beaucoup de lieux la principale base de l'alimentation. Les populations ichthyophages sont d'ailleurs des plus belles et des plus fortes qu'on connaisse. Les Norvégiens et les Suédois, dignes descendants des Normands qui, au IXe et au Xe siècle, faisaient trembler l'Europe, se nourrissent presque exclusivement de poissons, et, sans aller chercher si loin, les villages de pêcheurs de nos côtes se distinguent par la vigueur physique, et la valeur morale de leurs habitants.
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Ano: 1880 URL: http://archimer.ifremer.fr/doc/00034/14496/11797.pdf
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The Norwegian North-Atlantic Expeditions 1876-1878. Volume 1. Chemistry ArchiMer
Tornoe, Hercules.
Experiments harve long since been instituted, from time to time , by divers chemists, with the object of investigating the absorption of atmospheric air by the fiuids with which in the course of nature it comes in contact ; but not till of late years has this phenomenon been made the subject of exhaustive treatment in its relation tu ocean water. [NOT CONTROLLED OCR]
Tipo: Text Palavras-chave: Chemistry; Oceanographical campaign; Expedition; History; Chimie; Campagne océanographique; Voyage; Histoire.
Ano: 1880 URL: http://archimer.ifremer.fr/doc/1880/publication-6928.pdf
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Voyages sur les côtes de France ArchiMer
Burat, Amédée.
Les voyages et la villégiature sur les bords de la mer sont passés dans nos mœurs ; c'est un nouveau besoin, non seulement pour ceux qui veulent étudier, mais pour le nombre bien plus grand de ceux qui veulent voir. Celte attraction est d'ailleurs motivée par des causes multiples . La vue de la mer est la source d'impressions les plus diverses ; son aspect varie suivant la lumière qui en dessine les horizons, suivant les vents qui en mouvementent la surface , suivant le flot ou le jusant des marées dont les vagues représentent en quelque sorte la vie de la mer et celle de la navigation. [OCR NON CONTRÔLE]
Tipo: Text Palavras-chave: Histoire; France; Géographie; Océanographie; Côte.
Ano: 1880 URL: http://archimer.ifremer.fr/doc/00002/11326/7863.pdf
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Hapalemur simus Naturalis
Schlegel, H..
The late Director of the British Museum, Dr. J. E. Gray in establishing this species, (Catalogue of Monkeys, London, 1 Dec. 1870, p. 133) assigns to it the following characteristics: “Back iron-grey, with a rufous tinge; the hairs black, with a subapical rufous band, and the lower part leadcoloured; throat whitish; patch on rump at base of tail yellowish. — Hapalemur griseus, Schlegel et Pollen, Faune Madagasc. p. 6, t. 3 et 7, fig. 4. (skull without upper cutting-teeth) — Habits Madagascar. — This may be Hapalemur olivacea; but that species is very imperfectly described, and it is said to have a different form of the hinder part of the lower jaw; but what the difference is, is not mentioned; and I do not see any difference in the hinder part of the lower...
Tipo: Article / Letter to the editor
Ano: 1880 URL: http://www.repository.naturalis.nl/record/508717
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On an undescribed species of black-legged Megapode, Megapodius sanghirensis Naturalis
Schlegel, H..
Siao and Sanghi (the two principal islands of the Archipelago of Sanghi, which forms a kind of link between Celebes and Mindanao) produce a species of Megapode, which is allied to Megapodius cuminghi from the Philippines, Megap. gilberti from the Northern parts of Celebes, Megap. lowii from North-West Borneo, and Megap. forsteni from Ceram, Amboina and Bourou; hut which differs from all these species in a way sufficiently notable to justify its claim to the rank of a separate species. The Philippine bird is at once distinguished from the other above mentioned species by its superior size. The bird of Sanghi, inferior in size to that of the Philippines, is, on the contrary, larger than Megap. lowii and gilberti, and even somewhat larger than Megap. forsteni.
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Ano: 1880 URL: http://www.repository.naturalis.nl/record/509069
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Description of a new species of the family Scolytidae from Sumatra Naturalis
Eichhoff, W..
Oblongus, ferrugineo-testaceus, tenue pubescens, subnitidus, macula discoidali thoracis elytrisque postice piceis; thorace subtransverse, post medium dilatato, antrorsum angustato, angulis posticis, lateribus et apice rotundato dorso antice subtiliter scabrato, postice dense punctato; elytris a medio postice oblique subimpressis, obsolete striatopunctatis, interstitiis latis creberrime punctatis. — Long. 5½ mm., lat. 2¼ mm. This species has the size and moreover almost the shape of Xyleborus spathipennis the Xyleborus-species Eichh. ¹), but differs from all hitherto known, by the shape of the thorax, as well as by the very dense punctuation of the base of the thorax and the elytra. The head is prolonged anteriorly into a short proboscis and so protrudes...
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Ano: 1880 URL: http://www.repository.naturalis.nl/record/508383
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On two new exotic species of Fossorial Hymenoptera Naturalis
Ritsema Cz., C..
Length 10 mm.; alar expanse 15 mm. — The head black, shining and impunctate, thinly covered with whitish hairs, more densely covered with silvery hairs on the clypeus; a sharp carina between the antennae; the scape of the antennae, the palpi and the mandibles yellowish, the latter with brown tips; the flagellum of the antennae black above, pale ferrugineous beneath. The thorax black, covered with rather long erect whitish hairs; the mesothorax shining and nearly impunctate; the metathorax clathrate-rugose, with a deep longitudinal furrow across the middle, and at both sides of this furrow, a little behind the postscutellum, a very glossy and impunctate space. The tegulae pale ferrugineous, and a small spot before the base of the wings pale yellow. The...
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Ano: 1880 URL: http://www.repository.naturalis.nl/record/509277
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Xynophron, a new genus of the Scatonomidae (Coprophagous Lamellicorn Coleoptera) Naturalis
Harold, E. von.
Corpus anguste ovale, sat convexum. Oculi plani, minuti. Clypeus medio emarginatus et utrinque breviter bidentatus. Thorax foveolis lateralibus fere obsoletis. Elytra humeris acutis. Pygidium inflexum, sulco transverso basali. Prosternum postice valde dilatatum, planum. Coxae anticae breves, transversae. Mesosternum magnum, sutura fere recta a metasterno divisum. Tibiae anticae apice recte truncatae, extus breviter tridentatae, dentibus duobus inferioribus approximatis. Tibiae posticae extus leviter serratae, tarsis brevibus, metatarso articulo sequenti fere breviore. Calcaria apicalia tibiarum posticarum brevia, 2 ad intermedias, ad posticas unum. An extremely ambiguous genus, about the exact position of which I retain certain doubts, not having been able...
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Ano: 1880 URL: http://www.repository.naturalis.nl/record/509383
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Descriptions of the new Elateridae collected during the recent scientific Sumatra-Expedition Naturalis
Candèze, E..
Flavo-testaceus, nitidus, brevissima pubescens; fronte porrecta, concava; prothorace latitudine paulo longiore, sat crebre puuctato, basi apiceque coarctato, medio linea impresso, angulis posticis tenuibus, divaricatis, fortiter carinatis; elytris depressis, punctato-striatis, interstitiis convexis. — Long. 13 mm., lat. 3 mm. Resembling M. ligneus Cand. ¹) but smaller and distinctly differing from that species by its lustre.
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Ano: 1880 URL: http://www.repository.naturalis.nl/record/508753
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On some species of the genus Sesarma Say and Cardisoma Latr Naturalis
Man, J.G. de.
Milne Edwards, Observ. sur la classification des crust., in Annal. des sciences natur: III Série, t. XX, 1853, p. 182. — Heller, Novara-Reise, Crustacea, pag. 65. The Museum contains two specimens (1♂,1♀) of this small species.
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Ano: 1880 URL: http://www.repository.naturalis.nl/record/508591
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The Sponges of the Leyden Museum. I. The family of the Desmacidinae Naturalis
Vosmaer, G.C.J..
The Leyden Museum of Natural History possesses a collection of Sponges, which have never as yet been thoroughly examined nor classified in accordance with the progress, which has lately been made in this branch, of science. And so it was with much pleasure that I accepted the honourable task of determining and arranging this collection, being at the same time convinced of the necessity of treating the different groups separately.
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Ano: 1880 URL: http://www.repository.naturalis.nl/record/508716
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Descriptions of three new species of Coleoptera collected during the recent scientific Sumatra-Expedition Naturalis
Reitter, E..
Nigrum, nitidissimum, antennis, clava excepta, femoribus rufis, tibiis tarsisque rufo-piceis, oculis subdistantibus; prothorace sat dense punctato, antrorsum lateribusque lineatim marginato, ante basin linea transverse arcuata et secunda media ante scutellum longitudinali, antrorsum abbreviata, grosse punctatis, impresso; elytris subtiliter punctatis, stria suturali fortiter impressa, in fundo punctis minutis perspicuuis, linea basali grosse punctatis; pygidium, propygidium subtusque fere laevis. — Long. 3,3 mm. Entirely black and very shining; the antennae except the club, and the femora rusty-red, the tibiae and tarsi dark brown; upper surface finely although very distinctly and rather densely punctured; under surface with hardly any punctures. The...
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Ano: 1880 URL: http://www.repository.naturalis.nl/record/508840
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Description of a new genus and species of Ecelonerides (family Anthribidae) from Sumatra Naturalis
Roelofs, W..
Head as long as broad. Rostrum somewhat longer than and continuous with it, slightly narrowed anteriorly as far as the insertion of the antennae, where it suddenly enlarges; its front margin slightly notched. Scrobes large and deep, triangular in the male, less wide, transverse and elongated posteriorly in the female. Antennae of the male reaching as far as the middle of the body; those of the female shorter; the first joint elongate ovate, the second of the same length, clubshaped at the apex. The third, fifth and sixth similarly shaped and somewhat longer than the second, the fourth again of the same shape but longer still, the seventh of an elongate triangular form. The club, of an oblong oval shape, consists of four joints, which, together with the...
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Ano: 1880 URL: http://www.repository.naturalis.nl/record/508708
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On two new species of the genus Lomaptera from the Timor Group Naturalis
Ritsema Cz., C..
Length (from the anterior margin of the pronotum down to the apex of the elytra) 18 mm.; breadth at the shoulders 9 mm. — Entirely of a coal-black color; the upper surface subshining, the under surface shining. The head rather densely covered with deep punctures of different size; the lobes of the clypeus longitudinally impressed, and, besides being punctured, provided with very fine longitudinal scratches in the sunken portion.
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Ano: 1880 URL: http://www.repository.naturalis.nl/record/508440
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Description of a new species of the Lucanoid genus Figulus Naturalis
Ritsema Cz., C..
In a small but very interesting collection of Coleoptera from the island of Sumbawa recently presented to the Leyden Museum by his Excellence, the Governor General of Dutch India J. W. van Lansberge, I found two specimens of a new species of the above mentioned genus. It occupies a position quite by itself in the genus, the pronotum being entirely smooth without a central fovea, and the elytra being irregularly punctate-striate. It has the first mentioned characteristic in common with F. integricollis Thoms. of the Marianne Islands, the second with F. sublaevis Palis. (= nigritus Westw.) of West-Africa and with F. anthracinus Klug of Madagascar. I propose to name this new and interesting species
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Ano: 1880 URL: http://www.repository.naturalis.nl/record/509334
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The new Dytiscidae and Gyrinidae collected during the recent scientific Sumatra- Expedition Naturalis
Régimbart, M..
Oblongo-ovalis, postice paululum attenuatus, subtilissime reticulatus, infra fusco-ferrugineus, antennis pedibusque testaceo-ferrugineis; capite ac prothorace fulvis, hoc ad basin leviter infuscato; elytris nigro-fuscis, crebre et irregulariter fulvo-irroratis, ad basin fascia lutea transversa et undulata, post medium aliquot lineolis transversim dispositis ornatis, ad apicem et latera anguste fulvis. — Long. 3½ mm. Closely allied to Laccophilus transversalis Régimb. ¹) from which it differs by the fulvous head and prothorax; the latter has no black spot on the anterior border, and on the middle of the posterior border only a faint, lightbrownish band.
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Ano: 1880 URL: http://www.repository.naturalis.nl/record/508645
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On a new species and a new variety of the family Eucnemidae collected during the recent scientific Sumatra-Expedition Naturalis
Bonvouloir, Vicomte H. de.
Supra niger, pube subtili grisea leviter vestitus; carina interoculari medio late sejuncta; clypeo basi mediocriter coarctato; antennis totis ferrugineis, articulo secundo quarto breviore, tertio quarto longiore; pronoto latitudine breviore, antice attenuato, basi noncarinato; elytris a basi ad apicem attenuatis, leviter striatis, interstitiis sat dense sub-rugulose punctatis; pedibus tarsisque ferrugineis. — Long. 4 1/8 mm. Body oblong, moderately convex above, rather considerably and gradually narrowing from the base of the elytra towards their apex; pitch-black all over, thinly covered above with a fine and short greyish pubescence, which is rather more conspicuous and more yellowish at the base of the pronotum and elytra. Head not very closely...
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Ano: 1880 URL: http://www.repository.naturalis.nl/record/508379
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Description of two new species of the Rhynchophorous genus Apoderus Naturalis
Roelofs, W..
Capite, prothorace, scutello tuberculisque baseos elytrorum brunneo-rufis nitidis. Antennis nigris, basi rufis. Prothoracis lateribus elytrisque nigris, his striis profundis grosse punctatis. Subtus pedibusque testaceis, femorum apice tibiis tarsisque brunneis. — Long. 6 mm. rostr. excl. Of the same size and shape as Apoderus melanopterus Wiedem. — Head of a deep brownish red color, smooth and glossy, provided with a short impressed line between the eyes; rostrum with a gibbosity between the antennae; this gibbosity divided by a median impression. The antennae with the two first joints red, the following of a blackish brown; their club black, velvety.
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Ano: 1880 URL: http://www.repository.naturalis.nl/record/509005
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A new genus and four new species of Elateridae from the collections of the Leyden Museum Naturalis
Candèze, E..
Fusco-castaneus, subnitidus, cinereo-pilosulus, fronte convexa, apice parum porrecta; antennis articulis 2 et 3 parvis aequalibus; prothorace latitudine haud longiore, aequaliter convexo, crebre fortiterque punctato, angulis posticis retrorsum productis, brevibus, carinatis; elytris saepe brunnescentibus, tenuiter striato-punctatis, interstitiis planis, transversim subgranulatis; corpore subtus concolore, prosterni mucrone recto. — Long. 11 mm., lat. 3 mm. Hab. Zanzibar. — The specimens of the Leyden Museum were forwarded from the interior (Marangnombe). My own collection contains several specimens captured by Mr. Schaedle at Bagamoyo.
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Ano: 1880 URL: http://www.repository.naturalis.nl/record/509195
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