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“‘Brachialaria’, a ‘Pluteus’, is competent to produce the Echinoderm, which is so widely different from it; if”
“Echinoderm, which is so widely different from it; if a hydroid polype can produce the higher Medusa; if the vermiform Trematode 'nurse' can develop within itself the very unlike _Cercaria_, it will not appear impossible that the egg, or ciliated embryo, of a sponge, for once, under special conditions, might become a hydroid polype, or the embryo of a”
“Having thus endeavored to sketch each different kind of Echinoderm, let us try to forget them all in their individuality, and think only of the structural formula that applies equally to each.”
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“Echinoderm larva, with its still continuous enteron and coelom, to a”
“Radiates undergo all their transformations, from the Polyp phase of growth to that of Acaleph or Echinoderm, after birth; while others pass rapidly through the lower phases of their existence within the egg, and are born in their final condition, when all their intermediate changes have been completed.”
“Echinoderm order of Holothurians or sea-cucumbers.”
“Among Radiates, the Corals were more nearly allied to those of the earlier ages than to those of modern times, and Crinoids abounded still, though some of the higher Echinoderm types were already introduced.”
“Agassiz taught her the names of all his dearest specimens; and partly because she pronounced the difficult word so distinctly, with true French accent, partly because she was a little quick-tempered, he called her "the little Echinoderm.”
“Agassiz in all of his subsequent letters to me never failed to ask after "the little Echinoderm.”
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selected vessel names from my fleet of dirigible men-of-war—each abrim with mitrailleuse, canon abusier and divers opticks
(see steampunk to understand how weird I am getting)
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