|Title||Paintings, Xanthidium and Rotalia from chalk by Joseph Dinkel|
|Description||Plate 21, figures 1-4 and 7 showing the anatomical structure observed in fossil specimens of Xanthidium and Rotalia, found in chalk in Folkestone [Kent, England]. Inscribed with publication and plate details. Signed in ink bottom left 'Joseph Dinkel delt.' Mantell also signed the painting in ink bottom right, 'G A Mantell'. Accompanied by a covering sheet that reads in ink, 'The Illustrations of Dr Mantell's notice on the fossil remains of Foraminifera. Philos. Trans. 1846 Plate 21 (Eight Drawings)'.|
Published in Philosophical Transactions as part of paper titled 'On the fossil remains of the soft parts of Foraminifera, discovered in the chalk and flint of the South-East of England' by Gideon Algernon Mantell.
Received by the Royal Society on 28 May 1846. Read 18 June 1846.
|Physical description||Watercolour on artists' paper, mounted on paper|
|Related material||DOI: 10.1098/rstl.1846.0024|
|Related records in the catalogue||PT/31/3|
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|NA7470||Mantell; Gideon Algernon (1790 - 1852)||1790 - 1852|