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Conchology or the Natural History of Shells [61 Images]

Conchology or the Natural History of Shells [61 Images]

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Conchology, or The Natural History of Shells is a book written by George Perry and published in 1811. The book is a comprehensive study of shells, featuring a new arrangement of the genera and species, and includes colored engravings executed from natural specimens, showcasing the latest discoveries at the time.

The book begins with an introduction to conchology, including an explanation of shell structure, growth, and function, and a discussion of the importance of shells in the study of natural history. It then goes on to describe the different families of shells, with each family given a detailed explanation of its characteristics, distribution, and habitat.

The illustrations in the book are a key feature, with each plate showing multiple examples of a particular species or family of shells. The plates are highly detailed and accurately represent the color and markings of the shells, making them a valuable resource for collectors and researchers.

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