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ELYTRA or wing cases and membranous wings, . . . .
*$ 3, 4, 110, 111, 112, 113
. . . 8, 104. 165
crested crane, swan, etc.,
.. 4, 17
: : : : :
. . 211
contradistinguished from that of Borelli, Chabrier, Durckheim,
Do. on or in the water, .
Do. in or through the air,
figure-of-8 movements, .
quadruped screws, structurally and functionally, .
ployed in navigation,
amphibia than fishes, and fishes than insects, bats, and birds,
traversed decreases, .
the media on or in which they move,
up stroke, . .
can be driven at any speed, :
can create currents and rise upon them, .
screws, structurally and functionally,
8, 104, 165
sion and flexion, .
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