10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «COQUILLA NUT»
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The Medical times: a journal of medical science, literature, ...
This is the sclerogen of Turpin, and it is this same material that gives hardness to
the stones of the plum, apricot, peach, &c., to the cocoa and coquilla nut, and
which is so dense and white in the fruit of a palm, Phytelepltas macrocarpa, as to
Animal and vegetable substances used in the arts and ...
COQUILLA NUT— RAW AND PREPARED. Coquilla Nut, the produce of a kind of
Palm tree common in South America (Attalea funifera). The nut is about two
inches in diameter, and three inches long. It is completely solid, except a small
Thomas Edward Dexter, 1857
Popular Economic Botany: Or, Description of the Botanical ...
38 CarnaubaPalm 281 39 Rattan Palm 167 40 Coquilla Nut Palm 165 41 Manilla
Plantain 158 42 The Oil Palm 261 Plate IX. 43 Sago Palm 81 44 Cocoa-nut Palm
67,161,263 45 American Aloe 160 46 Gomuti Palm 140, 164 47 Date Palm 30 ...
Thomas Croxen Archer, 1853
Zoologist: A Monthly Journal of Natural History
... larger and more strongly-serrated posterior femora. A specimen of the Coquilla
-nut beetle itself is preserved in spirits in the Christ Church Museum, Oxford, in
company with the nut and its larva. It also seems to agree with Bruchus ruficornis,
Edward Newman, James Edmund Harting, 1860
The Zoologist: A Monthly Journal of Natural History ...
... purchased by Mr. Westwood, but having much larger and more strongly-
serrated posterior femora. A specimen of the Coquilla-nut beetle itself is
preserved in spirits in the Christ Church Museum, Oxford, in company with the nut
and its larva.
Transactions of the Entomological Society of London
A specimen of the Coquilla-nut beetle itself is preserved in spirits in the Christ
Church Museum, Oxford, in company with the nut and its larva. It also seems to
agree with Bruchus ruficornis, so as to preclude the necessity of giving it a distinct
Royal Entomological Society of London, 1861
Lectures on histology: delivered at the Royal College of ...
This is the sclerogen of Tur- pin, and it is the same material that gives hardness to
the stone of the Plum, Apricot, Peach, &c., to the shell of the Cocoa and Coquilla
nut, and which is so dense and white in the fruit of a Palm, Phytelephas ...
John Quekett, Royal College of Surgeons of England, 1852
Needlework and Embroidery Tools
(Left to right) Coquilla-nut; yew-wood with a pink tape marked in nails; another
coquilla-nut example; a rosewood urn shape; a boxwood urn shape; a small
round bun shape; a combined needlecase and tapemeasure in boxwood, with a
Descriptive and Illustrated Catalogue of the Histological ...
A transverse section of a Coquilla Nut, which consists of a series of more or less
hexagonal cells of yellow colour ; they are entirely filled up with deposit of
secondary matter, with the exception of a small oval cavity and some radiating
Royal College of Surgeons of England. Museum, John Quekett, 1850
CHAMBERS'S ENCYCLOPAEDIA: A DICTIONARY OF UNIVERSAL ...
Buttons made of horn, vegetable ivory, the coquilla nut (see Vegetable Ivory,
Coquilla Nut), various hard woods, glass, &c., are now to a great extent
superseding covered buttons, as the covered B. has superseded those of gilded