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LONDON Royal Microscopical Society, October 2.—Dr. Hudson read a paper “On Pedalion mira” and exhibited specimens under the society's microscopes. This curious little animal was discovered last year by Dr. Hudson near Bristol, and a figure and short description of it is given in the Monthly Microscopical Journal for September 1871.—The President read a paper “On the Development of the Skull of the Crow.”—Dr. Woodward sent a series of photographs for exhibition, showing the resolution of Nobert's 19th band with a Tolles lens, which was not properly corrected for chromatic errors.

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