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THE L.M.B.C. Memoirs are indispensable ‘apparatus’ in all zoological laboratories, and especially is this true of the little monographs on the Mollusca. All teachers know the difficulty of describing to a class the intricate peculiarities of molluscan structure, and it is not until the student sits down with scalpel and forceps to unravel for himself the intertwisted parts that he begins to appreciate their relations.


By Doris R. Crofts. (Liverpool Marine Biology Committee: L. M. B. C. Memoirs on Typical British Marine Plants and Animals, 29.) Pp. viii + 174 + 8 plates. (Liverpool: University Press of Liverpool; London: Hodder and Stoughton, Ltd., 1929.) 10s. 6d.

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