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For years, like "the chambered nautilus," we have been outgrowing our denominational shell, and seeking "more stately mansions.
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For example, there are no sea-urchins, no corals, no chambered shells, such as the nautilus, nor microscopic Foraminifera in lacustrine or fluviatile deposits.
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Not a few of these testacea agree with English Eocene species, such as Actaeon simulatus, Sowb, Cancellaria evulsa, Brander, Corbula pisum (Figure 157), and Nautilus (Aturia) ziczac.
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Thus many species of Conus and Voluta occur, a large Cypraea, C. oviformis, a very large Rostellaria (Figure 209), a species of Cancellaria, six species of Nautilus (Figure 211), besides other Cephalopoda of extinct genera, one of the most remarkable of which is the Belosepia (Figure 212).
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It contains several peculiar corals, and a large Nautilus allied to N. ziczac; also in its upper bed a gigantic cetacean, called Zeuglodon by Owen.
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The Nautilus Danicus, Figure 230, and two or three other species found in this rock, are frequent in that of Faxoe, in Denmark, but as yet no Ammonites, Hamites, Scaphites, Turrilites, Baculites, or Hippurites have been met with.
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The Nautilus Danicus (see Figure 230) is characteristic of this formation; and it also occurs in France in the calcaire pisolitique of Laversin (Department of Oise).
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The genera Baculite, Hamite, Scaphite, Turrilite, Nautilus, Belemnite, and Belemnitella, are also represented.
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Among the fossils of the Folkestone and Hythe beds we may mention Nautilus plicatus (Figure 277), Ancyloceras (Scaphites) gigas (Figure 278), which has been aptly described as an Ammonite more or less uncoiled; Trigonia caudata (Figure 280), Gervillia anceps (Figure 279), a bivalve genus allied to Avicula, and Terebratula sella (Figure 281).
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In the whole of the English Lias there are at present known about 937 species of mollusca, and of these 267 are Cephalopods, of which class more than two-thirds are Ammonites, the Nautilus and Belemnite also abounding.
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There are 25 Gasteropods and only one cephalopod, Nautilus Freieslebeni, which is also found in the German Zechstein. (FIGURE 416.
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In the interior it is divided into chambers (Figure 487, d), the septa or partitions not being perforated as in foraminiferous shells, or in those having siphuncles, like the Nautilus.
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The carboniferous Cephalopoda do not depart so widely from the living type (the Nautilus) as do the more ancient Silurian representatives of the same order; yet they offer some remarkable forms.
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Among these is Orthoceras, a siphuncled and chambered shell, like a Nautilus uncoiled and straightened (Figure 489).
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The dorsal position of the siphuncle, however, clearly distinguishes the Goniatite from the Nautilus, and proves it to have belonged to the family of the Ammonites, from which, indeed, some authors do not believe it to be generically distinct. FOSSIL FISH.
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Mr. Johnson also found a fine specimen of Nautilus (Atruria) ziczac (Figure 211), a well-known Falunian fossil of Europe; and in the same volcanic tuff of Baixo, the Echinoderm Brisus Scillae, a living Mediterranean species, found fossil in the Miocene strata of Malta.
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Aymestry. Aturia ziczac (Nautilus ziczac).
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I knew what that poem would be to them; I knew it would raise me up to remote and shining heights in their eyes, to very fellowship with the chambered Nautilus itself, and that from that fellowship they could never more dissociate me while they should live; and so I made sure to be by when the surprise should come.
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For a second time he peered through the ato-glass long and intently. The bisected shell appeared to be a spinal univalve, resembling the familiar cephalopoda, _nautilus_, with thin septa dividing the many chambers.
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Perhaps we have gone so far as to begin another castle on a higher hilltop, and this is so beautiful,-especially while we are building, and before we live in it!-that the first one has quite vanished from sight and mind, like the outgrown shell of the nautilus that he casts off on the shore and never looks at again.
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Examples of Nautilu

Example #1
If the Unitarian name adheres to it at all, it is to the embarrassment of those whose Unitarianism is their pride, and to the confusion of those who, not Unitarians either by birth or conviction, desire to join us in spirit and active work.
Example #2
Should we not at least clear ourselves of ancient entanglements to such degree that we may invite people openly and honestly to come into our portals not because they want to profess themselves Unitarians, but because they want to confess themselves lovers and servants of mankind?
Example #3
The basalt there is part of a small stream of lava, from 30 to 40 feet thick, which has proceeded from one of several volcanic craters, still extant, on the neighbouring heights.
Example #4
In distinguishing the latter from formations accumulated in the sea, we are chiefly guided by the forms of the mollusca.
Example #5
Senarmont on action of water in metamorphism.
Example #6
They are accompanied by many teeth of sharks, as Lamna contortidens, Ag.