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ALTHOUGH the study of biology has advanced very rapidly of late years, there is still a great want of really good text-books in several of its branches. The volume before us, which forms the latest addition to the excellent series of “Manuals for Students,” is an attempt to fill up one of the most patent of these gaps, and teachers and students of morphology have alike reason to be grateful to Prof. Parker for the manner in which he has performed his work.

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