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General memoirs

Palaeontology memoirs

Memoirs of the Geological Survey (Palaeontology Monographs)

A series of four palaeontology monographs published between 1859 and 1878. The first, Monograph I by Huxley was devoted to the genus Pterygotus. Others were published on the Belemnitidae, the crocodilian remains found in the Elgin Sandstones and the last monograph is number IV 'The chimaeroid fishes of the British Cretaceous rocks'.

 

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1859
TD1
On the anatomy and affinites of the genus Pterygotus Full entry
1864
TD2
On the structure of the Belemnitidae; with a description of a more complete specimen of Belemnites than any hitherto known, and an account of a new genus of Belemnitidae, Xiphoteuthis Full entry
1877
TD3
The crocodilian remains found in the Elgin Sandstones with remarks on the Ichnites of Cummingstone Full entry
1878
TD4
The chimaeroid fishes of the British Cretaceous rocks Full entry
 

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