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Reference numberEC/1877/15
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TitleMoseley, Henry Nottidge: certificate of election to the Royal Society
DescriptionNote on certificate: 'This certificate was sent to Ceylon for Mr Thwaites' signature, and the name was included among the signatures in general list of Candidates as printed. WW. Apr 17/77'
CitationWas Radcliffe Travelling Fellow in 1869.
Was a Member of the Government Eclipse Expedition of 1871, and observed with the spectroscope near Trincomali.
Is author of the following Papers published in the Philosophical Transactions
i. "On the Anatomy and Histology of the Land Planarians of Ceylon" Phil Trans 1874 p105
ii. "On the Structure and Development of Peripatus Capensis." Phil Trans 1874 p757
iii. "On the Structure and Relations of the Alcyonarian Heliopora" Phil Trans 1876 p91
Is author of paper On the Structure of a species of Millepora occurring at Tahiti Society Islands an abstract of which appears in the Royal Society's Proceedings no 169 1876 and which is now in course of publication in the Philosophical Trans.
Is author of paper "On the structure of the Stylasteridae" published in the Royal Society's Proceedings no 172. 1876
ProposersFrom Personal Knowledge. Charles Darwin; George Rolleston; W Sharpey; George Busk, G H K Thwaites
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Access statusOpen
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Moseley, Henry Nottidge: certificate of election to the Royal Society

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NA6469Moseley; Henry Nottidge (1844 - 1891)1844 - 1891
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