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Reappearance of the Freshwater Medusa (Limnocodium Sowerbii)

Nature volume 49, pages 127128 | Download Citation



FOR three years nothing has been seen of the freshwater medusa in the Regent's Park, and naturalists had given up hope of carrying on any further investigation into its life-history. It seemed as though this beautiful little organism –brought we know not how or whence into the midst of London—had, like some mysterious comet, unexpectedly burst on the zoological world, and as unexpectedly disappeared.

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