Sepia officinalis Henry Hallett Dale
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Anatomical sketches of the Common cuttlefish, Sepia officinalis. Two figures showing brain and eye details revealed by dissection. Original study within the Cambridge University student exercise book A notebook for practical zoology. Part 1 (Cambridge, Zoological Laboratory, 1892), f.81r. Drawn within the section 'Sepia. 9. View of exposed buccal mass, skull and eyes…10. View of brain as exposed by a median longitudinal section…'
- Image reference: RS-12970
- The Royal Society
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