2 edition of Observations on the torpedo, with an account of some additional experiments on its electricity found in the catalog.
Observations on the torpedo, with an account of some additional experiments on its electricity
by Philosophical Transactions
Written in English
Article from Philosophical Transactions, 1834.
|Other titles||Philosophical Transactions, 1834, p531-550.|
|Statement||read June 19, 1834.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||p.531-550,p. of plates :|
|Number of Pages||550|
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XXIV. Observations on the Torpedo, with an account of some additional Experiments on its Electricity. By JOHN DAVY, M.D. F.R.S. Assistant Inspector of Army Hospitals. Communicated by Sir JAMES MCGRIGOR, Bart.
F.R.S. Director Ge-neral of the Army Medical Department. Received -Read J 1. On the Foetal Development of the Torpedo. The accounts we possess by different naturalists of the mode of generation of this fish are so discordant and perplexing, that I have been induced to in XXIV.
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[William Watson, Sir]. The marbled electric ray tends to be found deeper than the common torpedo (T. torpedo), which shares the southern portion of its range.  Bottom-dwelling in nature, the marbled electric ray inhabits rocky reefs and seagrass beds, as well as nearby areas with sandy or muddy bottoms.
Class: Chondrichthyes. No experiments were made on this day, but Mr. Fulton exhibited a miniature model of a vessel Five hundred tons/ in the presence of Col.
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