Cerebellum of the Squalus acanthias [Spiny dogfish] John Howship
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Cerebellum of the Squalus acanthias [Spiny dogfish]
Plate 21 from the paper "Additions to an account of the anatomy of the Squalus maximus, contained in a former paper; with observations on the structure of the branchial artery", by Everard Home, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society, vol.103 (1813), pp.227-241. From an original specimen caught at Brighton and brought to London for dissection in December 1812. View of the upper surface of the brain of a dogfish of three feet in length, for comparison with views of the brain of the thirty-foot long Basking shark. The work is inscribed with publication and plate details. Initialled "J. H. delt." Royal Society stamp verso.
Original: ink on paper. 1813
- Image reference: RS-8611
- The Royal Society
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