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Haddon An Introduction to the Study of Embryology. (1887) P. Blakiston, Son & Co., Philadelphia.
Haddon 1887: Chapter I. Maturation and Fertilisation of Ovum | Chapter II. Segmentation and Gastrulation | Chapter III. Formation of Mesoblast | Chapter IV. General Formation of the Body and Appendages | Chapter V. Organs from Epiblast | Chapter VI Organs from Hypoblast | Chapter VII. Organs from Mesoblast | Chapter VIII. General Considerations | Appendix A | Appendix B

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Appendix A - System of Classification adopted, with Enumeration of all the Genera alluded to in the Body of the Book

PROTOZOA.

1. Protista.

2. Rhizopoda.

Lobosa (Protoplasta). - Amoeba.

Heliozoa.

&c.

3. Corticata.

Flagellata. - Monas Proterospongia.

Ciliata. - Paramsecium, Stylonychia, Vorticella.

&c.

METAZOA.

(Trichoplax - incert sedis.)

I. - PORIFERA.

1. Calcarea.

Caicispongice.

2. Non-Oalcarea.

Myxospongice.

&c.

II. - CCELENTERATA.

A. Int^niol.® (Hydrozoa).

Hydromedusse.

Eleutheroblastea. - Hydra.

Gymnoblastea ( Ocellata ).

Galyptoblastea ( Vesiculata). - Obelia, Clytia, Eutima, Mitrocoma,

AEquorea.

Trachymedusce. - Cunina, AEginura, Geryonia, Carmarina. Hydrocorallince.

SipJionopliora.


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B. T^niol^e.

1. Scyphomedusae.

Discomedusce ( Acraspeda ). - Aurelia, Pelagia.

&c.

(Aotinozoa).

2. Hexactiniae (Zoantharia).

Malacozoa ( Actiniae ). - Edwardsia, Peachia, Anthea, Cerianthus. Hexacoralla ( Madreporaria ;).

Antipatharia.

3. Octactiniae (Alcyonaria).

Alcyoniidce.

Gorgoniidce (Isidinae).

Coralliidce . - Corallium.

&c.

C. Ctenophora.

III. - ECHINODERM AT A.

1. Pelmatozoa.

Crinoidea.

2. Echinozoa.

Aster oidea. - Asterias, Lepty chaster.

Ophiuroidea . - Ophiacantha.

Echinoidea. - Echinus, Toxopneustes, Strongylocentrotus, Hemiaster.

Holothur oidea. - Psolus.

IV. - VERMES.

1. Platyhelminthes.

Turbellaria. - Planaria, Leptoplana N emert ea. - Lineus.

Trematodoa.

Cestoda.

2. Rotatoria.

3. Nemathelminthes.

Nematoda. - Ascaris, Cucullanus.

Chaetognatha. - Sagitta.

4. Annelida.

Discophora. - Hirudo.

Chaetopoda.

Achceta.

Polychceta. - Serpula.

Oligochceta. - Criodrilus, Rhynchelmis (Euaxes), Lumbricus.

5. PoDAXONIA.

Gephyrea.

Polyzoa. - Phoronis.

Brachiopoda. - Argiope.


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V. - MOLLUSCA.

I. Odontophora.

i. Gasteropoda.

1. Isopleura ( Amphineura ).

Neomenice . - Neomenia, Proneomenia.

Chcetodermce .

Polyplacophora . - Chiton.

2. Anisopleura.

A. Streptoneura . - i. Zygobranchia. - Haliotis, Fissurella,

Patella. 2. Azygobranchia. - (a) Prosobranchia - Ianthina, Paludina, Ampullaria, Nassa, Purpura, Buccinum, Fusus, Murex. (b) Heteropoda.

B. Euthyneura . - 1. Opisthobranchia. - Aplysia, Elysia,

Fiona. 2. Pidmonata . - Helix, Limax, Onchidium, Planorbis, Lymnseus.

11. Scaphopoda. - Dentalium.

in. Acropoda.

1. Pteropoda.

2. Cephalopoda.

A. Tetrabranchiata. - N autilus.

B. Dibranchiata. - 1. Decapoda. - Sepia, Loligo.

2. Odopoda . - Octopus.

II. Acephala.

Lamellibranchiata.

Isomya, Anodonta.

Heteromya , Dreissena.

Monomya, Pecten, Spondylus.

VI. - ARTHROPODA.

I. Crustacea.

A. Entomostraca.

Phyllopoda.

Ostracoda.

Copepoda. - Cyclops.

Cirripedia.

B. Leptostraca.

Nebaliidse.

C. Malacostraca.

Arthrostraca (Hedriophthalmata).

Amphipoda.

Isopoda. - Asellus.


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Thoracostraca.

Cumacea.

Stomopoda.

Schizopoda.

Decapoda. - (Carididse), Crangon, Hippolyte, Palsemon Callianassa ; Astacus ; Palinurus ; Birgus (Brachyura), Cancer.

II. Arachnida.

A. Hsematobranchia.

Xiphosura. - Limulus.

B. -Slrobranchia.

Scorpionida. - Scorpio.

Pedipalpida.

Araneida.

C. Lipobranchia.

Acarinida , &c.

III. Protracheata.

Peripatida. - Peripatus.

IV. Myriapoda.

Y. Insecta (Hexapoda).

Thysanura.

Orth o ptera. - Blatta.

Pseudoneuroptera. - (Libellulidse. )

Hemiptera ( Rhynchota ). - Aphis.

Neuroptera.

Coleoptera. - Dy tiscus.

Diptera. - Musca.

Lepidoptera.

Hymenoptera.

VII. CHOKDATA.

I. Hemichordata.

Enteropneusta. - Balanoglossns.

II. Urochordata (Tunicata).

1. Perennichordata. - Appendicularia.

2. Caducichordata.

III. Cephalochordata (Hypichthyes).

Pharyngobranchii . - Amphioxus .

IV. Vertebrata (Craniata).

I. Cyclo&tomi (Myzichthyes).

Marsipobranchii.

(a) Hyperotreta. - Myxine, Bdellostoma.

(5) Hyperoartia. - Petromyzon.


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II. Gnathostomata.

A. ICHTHYOPSIDA.

1. Chondkichthyes.

Holocephali. - Chimsera.

Elasmobranchii (Selachii). - (Notidanidse), Notidanus, (Hexanchus and Heptanchus) ; Cestracion, Acanthias, Scy Ilium; Raja, Torpedo, Pristiurus.

2. OSTEICHTHYES.

Ganoidei.

Selachoidei. - Acipenser, Polyodon.

Teleosteoidei. - Polypterus, Lepidosteus, Amia.

Teleostei.

Lophobranchii.

Pledogncithi. - (Gymnodontes.)

Physostomi. - (Mursenidse), Amphipnous, (Leptocephalus) ; Mormyrus ; (Salmonidse), Mallotus, Osmerus, Salmo, Trutta ; (Cyprinidse), Cyprinus ; Cobitis ; Anableps ; (Siluridae), Saccobranchus.

Anacanthini. - (Pleuronectidae.)

Acanthopteri. - Trigla, Anabas, Lophius.

3. Hekpetichthyes.

Dipnoi. - Protopterus.

4. Amphibia.

Urodela. - (Perennibranckiata), Siren ; (Axolotl) ; (Caducibranchiata), Amblystoma, Triton, Salamandra, Salamandrina, Gyrinophilns, Ranodon.

Gymnophiona. - (Coeciliidse) Ccecilia.

Anura (Batrachia). - Pipa, Dactylethra ; Rana, Alytes, Bombinator, Bufo, Rhinoderma; Notodelphis, Nototrema, Hylodes.

(Amniota.)

B. Sauropsida.

1. Reptilia.

Chelonia. - Trionyx, Aspidonectes, Testudo.

Lacertilia. - Hatteria, Ckamseleon, Gecko, Calotes, Leiodera, Scincus, Anguis, Cyclodus, Seps, Lacerta, Trachydosaurus, Yaranus.

Ophidia.

Crocodilia.

2. Aves.

Ratitse.

Struthiones , &c.


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Carinatse Chenomorphce. - A.nser, Anas, Phoenicopterus. Aledoromorphce. - Gallus.

Columbce. - Columba.

Coracomorphce. - Pyrrhula, Luscinia, Sylvia. Psittacomorphce. - Psittacus.

&c.

C. Mammalia.

1. Prototheria (Ornithodelphia).

Monotr emata. - Ornithorhynchus, Echidna.

2. Metatheria (Didelphia).

Marsupialia.

Glyrina (Rhizophaga).

Macropoda ( Poephaga ), Macropus.

Scandentia ( Carpophaga ). - Phascolarctos, Phalangister. Rapacia. - Perameles, Didelphys.

3. Eutheria (Moxodelphia).

Edentata.

Pilosa. - Myrmecophaga, Cy clothurus.

Loricata. - Dasy pus.

Squamcita. - Manis.

Tubulidenta.

Sirenia.

Cetacea. - Phocsena.

Ungulata.

Artiodactyla , Suina. - Sus, Tragulina, Tragulus ; Tylopoda ; Pecora (Cervidse), Moschus ; Camelopardalis ; Antilope, Tetraceros, Ovis, (Bovidse) Bos. Perissodadyla. - Equus, Rhinoceros.

Hyracoidea. - Hyrax.

Proboscidea. - Elephas.

Rodentia.

Duplicidentata . - Lepus.

Simplicidentcita. - Arvicola, Mus, Cavia.

Chiroptera.

Insectivora. - Talpa.

Carnivora.

Pinnipedia. - (Phocidse).

Fissipedia. - Mustelus, Canis, Felis.

Primates.

Lemuroidea.

A nthropoidea. - Homo.


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