Societies and Academies


    LONDON. Zoological Society, May 23.—Dr. A. Smith Woodward, vice-president, in the chair.—E. G. Boulenger and F. Martin Duncan: A cinematograph record of the life-history of the Axolotl (Amblystoma tigrinum). —H. N. Hutchinson: A model reconstruction of the marine reptile Peloneustes philarchus, a Pliosaur from the Oxford Clay.—Sir Sidney F. Harmer: On Commerson's dolphin and other species of Cephalorhynchus.—C. Forster Cooper: Miocene Pro-boscidia from Baluchistan.—R. I. Pocock: On the external characters of Scarturus and other jerboas compared with those of Zapus and Pedetes.

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    Societies and Academies. Nature 109, 799–800 (1922).

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