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The same genus has also been found in the Upper Eocene marls of Hordwell Cliff, Hampshire, just below the level of the Bembridge Limestone, and therefore a formation older than the Gypsum of Paris.
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This bed contains a mixture of Hempstead shells with those of the underlying Upper Eocene or Bembridge series.
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The mammalia, among which is Hyopotamus bovinus, differ, so far as they are known, from those of the Bembridge beds.
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Chara tuberculata (Figure 172) is the characteristic Bembridge gyrogonite or seed-vessel. (FIGURE 173.
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The well-known building- stone of Binstead, near Ryde, a limestone with numerous hollows caused by Cyrenae which have disappeared and left the moulds of their shells, belongs to this subdivision of the Bembridge series.
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Everywhere Planorbis euomphalus, Figure 175, characterises the fresh-water deposits, just as the allied form, Planorbis discus, Figure 170, does the Bembridge limestone.
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At Sconce, in the Isle of Wight, it occurs in the Bembridge series, and affords a rare example of an Eocene fossil of a species still living, though, as usual in such cases, having no local connection with the actual geographical range of the species.
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Its geological position is considerably lower than that of the Bembridge or Montmartre beds, from which it differs almost as much in species as it does from the still more ancient fauna of the Lower Eocene beds to be mentioned in the sequel.
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Many of the marine shells of the brackish-water beds of the above series, both in the Isle of Wight and Hordwell Cliff, are common to the underlying Barton Clay: and, on the other hand, there are some fresh-water shells, such as Cyrena obovata, which are common to the Bembridge beds, notwithstanding the intervention of the St. Helen's series.
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This being the case, we might fairly expect that if we had a marine equivalent of the Bembridge series or of the contemporaneous Paris gypsum, we should find it to contain a still greater number of shells common to the Tongrian beds of Belgium, but the exact correlation of these fresh-water groups of France, Belgium, and Britain has not yet been fully made out.
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It is possible that the Tongrian of Dumont may be newer than the Bembridge series, and therefore referable to the Lower Miocene.
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If ever the whole series should be complete, we must be prepared to find the marine equivalent of the Bembridge beds, or the uppermost Eocene, passing by imperceptible shades into the inferior beds of the overlying Miocene strata.
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NUMBER AND DISTRIBUTION OF ALL THE KNOWN SPECIES OF FOSSIL MAMMALIA FROM STRATA OLDER THAN THE PARIS GYPSUM, OR THAN THE BEMBRIDGE SERIES OF THE ISLE OF WIGHT.
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We are in the habit of imagining that our insight into the geology of the Eocene period is more than usually perfect, and we are certainly acquainted with an almost unbroken succession of assemblages of shells passing one into the other from the era of the Thanet sands to that of the Bembridge beds or Paris gypsum.
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Bembridge beds, Yarmouth. Berger, Dr., on rocks altered by dikes.
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Buddle, Mr., on creeps in coal-mines. Bulimus ellipticus, Bembridge.
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Forbes, Professor E., on fossils of Bembridge beds.
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About a mile from that place is Nunwell, the seat of Sir W. Oglander; and opposite is a delightful view of Bembridge (the birthplace of Madame de Feuchares) and Brading Harbour, which at high water presents to the eye a rich, deep, green colour, with an increased effect from being surveyed through the long line of tall elms on the road side.
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In front, at the foot of the hill, are the rich levels, with the sinuous river Yar slowly winding towards the harbour, with the full broad front of Bembridge Down interrupting the marine view, which is again presented on the right from the village of Sandown to the extremity of Shanklin.
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What do you think of him, Mr. Bembridge?
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Examples of Bembridge

Example #1
Several species of opossum (Didelphis) are met with in the same strata of the Limagne.
Example #2
A remarkable carnivorous genus, the Hyaenodon of Laizer, is represented by more than one species.
Example #3
The mammalia, among which is Hyopotamus bovinus, differ, so far as they are known, from those of the Bembridge beds.
Example #4
The bottom bed is carbonaceous, and called the "Black band," in which Rissoa Chastelii (Figure 162), before alluded to, is common.
Example #5
Among the plants, Professor Heer has recognised four species common to the lignite of Bovey Tracey, a Lower Miocene formation presently to be described: namely, Sequoia Couttsiae, Heer; Andromeda reticulata, Ettings.
Example #6
This bed contains a mixture of Hempstead shells with those of the underlying Upper Eocene or Bembridge series.