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Mr. Cope has described a new genus belonging to the Amiurina, which he has named Gronias; it is blin


, : Mr. Cope has described a new genus belonging to the Amiurina, which he has named Gronias; it is blin. Proceedings of the Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia

Mr. Cope has described a new genus belonging to the Amiurina, which he has named Gronias; it is blind, the eyes being rudimentary, covered by the corium; ventral rays eight. G. nigrilabris, sp. n., from Pennsylvania. It is occasionally caught by fishermen, and is supposed to issue from a subterranean streamy said to traverse the Silurian limestone in Lancaster county, and discharge into the Conestoga.Proc. Acad. Nat. Sc. Philad. 1864, p. 231.

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