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Neuchatel, 1833-43 A complete set of this very valuable and elaborate work. Perfect sets are very seldom met with. It is truly characterized by Brunet as Ouvrage important, et d'une fort belle exécution."
Eighty of the greatest museums of Europe had furnished the material for it (the above book), and the number of described species amounted to 1700 in about 20,000 examples. It is undoubtedly Agassiz's most important work, and forms, with Cuvier's and Valenciennes' Histoire Naturelle des Poissons,' and J. Müller's Treatises, the foundation of our present knowledge of fishes, while it does not confine itself to the region of ichthyolytes, but extends over the entire wide field of the anatomy and classification of fishes, essentially modifying the latter.”- Nature, April, 1879. ABELA (Il Commendator Fra G. F.), ADDISON (Rt. Hon. J.) ADDISONIANA, & !
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