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" ... of a steel wire on the side of the jar, one stroke only being given at a time, and repeated at intervals of a minute or two ; when placed in a large basin of water the sound is much obscured, and is like that of a watch, one stroke being repeated,... "
The Edinburgh Philosophical Journal - Seite 185
1826
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The Edinburgh Philosophical Journal, Band 14

1826
...Tritonia coronata, Eolis peregrina, and two of the Tritonia arborescens, and my attention was soon atter excited by a clinking sound proceeding from the vessel....The sound is longest and oftenest repeated when the Tritonits are lively and moving about, and is not heard when they are cold and without any motion ;...
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An Introduction to Conchology: Or, Elements of the Natural History of ...

George Johnston - 1850 - 614 Seiten
...produces, when in a glass vessel, says Professor Grant, " resemble very much the clink of a steel wire on the side of the jar, one stroke only being given...The sound is longest and oftenest repeated when the Tritoniae are lively and moving about, and is not heard when they are cold and without any motion;...
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Natural history. Mollusca

Philip Henry Gosse - 1854
...for a record of the curious fact, says " that the sounds resemble very much the clink of a steel wire on the side of the jar, one stroke only being given...The sound is longest and oftenest repeated when the Tritonice are lively and moving about, and is not heard when they are cold and without any motion....
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ceylon

tennent - 1859
...noise which he ascertained to proceed from these mollusca. It resembled the " clink " of a steel wire on the side of the jar, one stroke only being given at a time, and repeated at short intervals.1 The affinity of structure between the Tritonia and the mollusca inhabiting the shells...
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Ceylon: an account of the island physical

Sir James Emerson Tennent - 1859
...noise which he ascertained to proceed from these mollusca. It resembled the " clink " of a steel wire on the side of the jar, one stroke only being given at a time, and repeated at short intervals.1 The affinity of structure between the Tritonia and the mollusca inhabiting the shells...
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EVENINGS AT THE MICROSCOPE;

PHILIP HENRY GOSSE - 1860
...keeping in an aquarium, says of the sounds, that " they resemble very much the clink of a steel wire on the side of the jar, one stroke only being given...The sound is longest and oftenest repeated when the Tritoniae are lively and moving about, and is not heard when they are cold and without any motion ;...
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The Edinburgh New Philosophical Journal: Exhibiting a View of the ..., Band 11

1860
...noise which he ascertained to proceed from these mollusca. It resembled the " clink" of a steel wire on the side of the jar, one stroke only being given at a time and repeated at short intervals. The affinity of structure between the tritonia and tlie mollusca inhabiting the shells...
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Ceylon: an account of the island, Band 2

Sir James Emerson Tennent - 1860
...which lie ascertained to proceed from these mollusca. It resembled the " clink " of a steel wire 011 the side of the jar, one stroke only being given at a time, and repeated at short intervals.1 The affinity of structure between the Tritonia and the mollusca inhabiting the shells...
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The Hall of Shells

Mary Earle Hardy - 1900 - 176 Seiten
...sounds, that they resemble very much the click of a steel wire on the side of the jar, one stroke only given at a time and repeated at intervals of a minute or two. . . . The sound is longest and oftenest repeated when the Tritonise are lively and move about, and...
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