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" But it is especially abundant about sandy shores, as at Cape Cod. At Provincetown I have seen them stranded upon the beach at low tide, in great multitudes. Their usual mode of swimming is by dilating their sacshaped body and filling it with water. The... "
Report on the Invertebrata of Massachusetts: comprising the Mollusca ... - Página 318
de Augustus Addison Gould, Massachusetts. Zoological and Botanical Survey - 1841 - 373 páginas
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An Introduction to Conchology: Or, Elements of the Natural History of ...

George Johnston - 1850 - 614 páginas
...Rondel. Hist. des Poiss. i. 366. I Holland's Pliny, i. 250. Dr. Gould says of Loligo illccebrosa, — " So swift and straight is their progress that they look like arrows shooting through the water." — Invert. Mauachus. 318. " The action of the powerful muscles in the terminal fins of the Calamarics...
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ILLUSTRATED NATURAL HISTORY OF THE ANIMAL KINGDOM

S.G. GOODRICH - 1859
...various sizes. The usual mode of progression is by dilating the body and filling it with water ; it is then suddenly contracted, and the water forcibly ejected, so as to propel the animal backward with great rapidity, shooting like an arrow through the water. It feeds greedily...
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Bermuda: Its History, Geology, Climate, Products, Agriculture, Commerce, and ...

Theodore L. Godet - 1860 - 271 páginas
...on each side, so as to form a pair of wings or fins. Its usual mode of swimming is by dilating its body and filling it with water. The body is then suddenly...contracted, and the water forcibly ejected, so as to propel it backward with great rapidity, shooting like an arrow through the water. The animals comprising this...
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Bermuda: Its History, Geology, Climate, Products, Agriculture, Commerce, and ...

Theodore L. Godet - 1860 - 271 páginas
...on each side, so as to form a pair of wings or fins. Its usual mode of swimming is by dilating its body and filling it with water. The body is then suddenly...contracted, and the water forcibly ejected, so as to propel it backward with great rapidity, shooting like an arrow through the water. The animals comprising this...
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The Student, and Intellectual Observer, Volumen 4

1870
...refers to the suckers. Gould gives the following interesting description of the Sagittated Calamary. " Their usual mode of swimming is by dilating their...effort only tends to throw them still further upon the sands, until they are left high and dry. The body is beautifully spotted with colours, which seem to...
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Johnson's Natural History, Comprehensive, Scientific, and Popular ..., Volumen 2

Samuel Griswold Goodrich - 1872
...various sizes. The usual mode of progression is by dilating the body and filling it with water ; it is then suddenly contracted, and the water forcibly ejected, so as to propel the animal backward with great rapidity, shooting like an arrow through the water. It feeds greedily...
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