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" On the Paignton sands in Torbay, where at low spring-tides they may be observed, with the fringed tubes appearing just above the surface. The neighbouring cottagers gather them in baskets and panniers, and after cleansing them a few hours in cold springwater,... "
Conchylia insularum Britannicarum: The shells of the British islands - Página 181
de William Turton - 1822 - 279 páginas
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A history of British mollusca, and their shells, by E. Forbes and S. Hanley

Edward Forbes, Sylvanus Charles T. Hanley - 1853
...observed, with the fringed tubes appearing just above the surface. The neighbouring cottagers gather them in baskets and panniers, and after cleansing them a few hours in cold springwater, fry the fish in a batter made of crumbs of bread, producing a wholesome and savoury dish....
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A History of British Mollusca, and Their Shells

Edward Forbes, Sylvanus Charles Thorp Hanley - 1853
...observed, with the fringed tubes appearing just above the surface. The neighbouring cottagers gather them in baskets and panniers, and after cleansing them a few hours in cold springwater, fry the fish in a batter made of crumbs of bread, producing a wholesome and savoury dish....
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Elements of Conchology: An Introduction to the Natural History of ..., Volumen 1

Lovell Augustus Reeve - 1860
...surface. The neighbouring cottagers gather them in baskets and panniers, and after cleausing tlicm a few hours in cold spring water, fry the fish in...made of crumbs of bread, producing a wholesome and saToury dish. The inhabitants call them rcd-no6cs." — Cunch. Dilh. Ins. Brit., p. 183. Shell ; heart-shaped,...
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A Year at the Shore

Philip Henry Gosse - 1865 - 327 páginas
...seen lying in the sand with the fringed siphons appearing just above the surface. They gather them in baskets and panniers, and after cleansing them a few hours in cold spring-water, fry the animals in a batter made of crumbs of bread. The creatures have not changed their...
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The London readers. First (-Sixth) reader

London readers - 1878
...seen lying in the sand with the fringed siphons appearing just above the surface. They gather them in baskets and panniers, and after cleansing them a few hours in cold spring water, fry the animals in a batter made of crumbs of bread. The creatures have not changed their habits nor their...
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