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16th annual report 2d annual report Albany institute beds Canandaigua lake beds Near Clarksville C. D. Walcott cabinet of natural Cephalopoda Chemung beds coll creek Crustacea Dalmanites Devonian fossils district donor Erie Genesee geological survey grit Schoharie N. Y. J. Hall & Clarke Hall & Simpson Hamilton beds Canandaigua Helderbergian Hudson N. Y. HYPOPLASTOTYPE HYPOTYPE Clarke HYPOTYPE Hall HYPOTYPE Ruedemann Illustrations of Devonian museum bulletin 49 museum memoir museum of natural N. Y. C. A. White N. Y. C. Van Deloo N. Y. G. B. Simpson N. Y. J. Gebhard purchase N. Y. J. M. Clarke purchase N. Y. J. W. Hall N. Y. R. P. Whitfield natural history Niagaran Waldron Ind Onondaga limestone Oriskanian Becraft mountain Paleon Paleontology plates and explanations Polypora Portage Naples Schoharie grit Schoharie Schoharie N. Y. Schoharie N. Y. J. Gebhard slab with type Spirifer tology TYPE Clarke TYPE Hall York state cabinet York state geologist York state museum
Page 2 - Palmyra 1890 T. GUILFORD SMITH MACE LL.D. - - Buffalo 1893 LEWIS A. STIMSON BA LL.DMD - - New York 1895 ALBERT VANDER VEER MA. Ph.DMD - - Albany 1895 CHARLES R. SKINNER MA LL.D. Superintendent of Public Instruction, ex officio 1897 CHESTER S.
Page 4 - ... bring together these specimens, which during the past half century have become so widely and carelessly diffused, but their number is noteworthy, and the importance of this record justifies the labor put on it. This catalogue is arranged as follows : The general classification is biologic and follows the broadest subdivisions. Each entry represents a single specimen and is accompanied by two numbers, the first serial, the second fractional and corresponding to the number borne by the specimen....
Page 5 - ... the elasticity of the scheme in the incorporation of future additions. The work does not purport to be one on taxonomy, but aims to present the arrangement in the simplest form. During the progress of the printing of the catalogue, a period of 18 months, the continuous publication of paleontologic researches and acquisitions to the collections by gift and purchase have notably increased the number of type specimens and these have been added in a supplementary list brought up to February 1903....