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On the Aborigines of New South Wales and Van Diemen's
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EXPLANATION OF THE PLATES.
Plate I. Fig. 1. Projection of the monsoons, p. 168.
1. Projection of the prevailing winds in New South Wales and Van Diemen's Land during the winters 1840, 1841, 1842, p. 169. 187.
1. Projection of the prevailing winds in New South Wales and Van Diemen's Land during the summer 1840, p. 169. 188.
1. Projection of the prevailing winds in New South Wales and Van Diemen's Land during the summer 1842, p. 170. 188.
1. Natural section of the cliff fronting the town of Newcastle, and
Newcastle coal-pits, with an artificial section of Raymond
2. Artificial section across the Island of Van Diemen's Land, from
Macquaric Harbour to Launceston, carried over Frenchman's Cap (3801 feet)—the Dividing Range, Mount Arrowsmith (4075 feet)—Lake St. Clair, and the Great Lake (3822 feet) — Dry's Bluff (4590 feet), p. 74.81, 82, 83. 149. 156.
1, Glossopteris Browniana Ad. Brong., p. 125. 247. la. A portion showing the reticulated venation.
2, 3. Pecopteris odontopteroides Morris, p. 127. 249.
4. This figure illustrates a probable variety (lancifolia) of the
same species: further examination of more perfect specimens may prove it to be distinct.
5. Zeugophyllites elongatus Morris, p. 127. 250.
5a. A portion enlarged, showing the venation, as well as remains of the stomata.
1, 2. Pecopteris Australis Morris, p. 127, 128. 248. 2a. A pinna magnified slightly, showing the venation.
3, 3a. Sphenopteris lobifolia Morris, p. 125. 246.
4, 4a. Sphenopteris alata (Pecopteris Brong.), var. exilis, p. 125.
5, 6. Impressions of leaves from the travertin, supposed to belong
to extinct species of plants (fig. 7.), undetermined, p. 254.
1. Amplexus arundinaceus Lonsdale, p. 91. 267., nat. size.
2. Stenopora Tasmaniensis Lonsdale, p. 94. 262., nat. size;
figured from a specimen in the collection of the Geological Society.
2a. Portion magnified, showing the row of prominent tubercles surrounding the perfectly open mouths.
2b. Magnified mouths, partly obliterated or filled up.
2c. Magnified mouths, perfectly closed.
2d. Magnified representation of tubular mouths, separated both by a single tuberculated ridge and by double ridges, with an intervening groove, finely punctured.
2e. Portion magnified, showing the successive contractions of the tubes.
3. Stenopora ovata Lonsdale, p. 263., nat. size.
3a. Portion magnified, showing the repeated contractions of the tubes.
3b. Portion magnified, from a cast of the outer surface, showing the rare occurrence of tubercular impressions in the interspaces of the mouths.
4. Stenopora informis Lonsdale, p. 264; figure reduced about one
third from the natural size. 4a. Portion magnified, showing the contractions of the tubes.
5. Stenopora crinita Lonsdale, p. 91. 265.
5a. A portion of the tubes magnified, the transverse lines marking the contractions.