Reference numberEC/1903/02
Previous numbersCert XII, 166
TitleBridge, Thomas William: certificate of election to the Royal Society
CitationProfessor of Biology in the University of Birmingham. Ex-Scholar of Trinity College and Demonstrator of Comparative Anatomy in the University of Cambridge. Author of papers on: - 'The Cranial Osteology of 'Amia calva' and 'Pori abdominales'' (Journ Anat Physiol, vols xi and xiv); 'The Osteology of 'Polyodon folium'' (Phil Trans, vol clxix); 'The Mesial Fins of Ganoids and Teleosts' (Journ Linn Soc, Zoology, vol xxv); 'The Morphology of the Skull in the Paraguayan Lepidosiren and other Dipnoi' (Trans Zool Soc, vol xiv); 'Certain Features in the Skull of 'Osteoglossum formosum', and Presence of Ribs in 'Polyodon (Spatularia) folium'' (Proc Zool Soc, 1895, 1897); and other papers in the Proceedings of the Birmingham Philosophical Society. Also (jointly with Prof Haddon) 'Contributions to the Anatomy of Fishes' (Parts i, ii, Proc Roy Soc, vols xlvi, xlii, and Phil Trans, clxxxiv).
Proposers[William H Flower]; A Newton; A Sedgwick; A Macalister; H Gadow; W Bateson; A Gunther; G A Boulenger; W A Herdman; W C McIntosh; L C Miall; G B Howes; A C Haddon; John Lubbock; H G Seeley
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Bridge, Thomas William: certificate of election to the Royal Society

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