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    Naturevolume 13pages196198 (1876) | Download Citation



    PROF. HUXLEY, on Tuesday last, at the Zoological Society, in his paper on Ceratodus, in describing the brain of that fish for the first time, showed how closely it approached that of the Lepidosiren, and how that in some points it resembled the Selachian rather than the Ganoid type. He gave cogent arguments against the theory of Gegenbauer with reference to the typical conformation of the fore limb, and laid special stress on the affinities of the animal with Chimæra.

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